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Development Letters (July – August 2022 Issue)


Development Letters is a quarterly peer-reviewed periodical focusing on bringing together issues, ideas, and approaches that can be researched, refined, experimented with, and investigated further. This periodical intends to advance innovative research and intervention ideas so that analytical work and evidence can meaningfully lead to practical actions and maximize developmental impact. The July and August issue of the Development Letters is a collection of pertinent topics that are of great importance in the context of Bangladesh. This issue features nine topics that demand immediate policy attention. Some of the key issues covered include Transitioning from ‘Fast Fashion’ to ‘Green Fashion’: Can the Green be Greener?; Water Security in Secondary Cities of Bangladesh: A case of Mongla; Revving Up the ICT Growth Engine; Making the Most of Market Access in China: What Needs to be Done?; IPEF: Prospects for the Region and Implications for Bangladesh and a few more that are sure to give readers a well-rounded picture of Bangladesh.
Posted January 19, 2023
Related locations: Bangladesh
Related topics: Development Letters