Development Letters (July–September 2021 Issue)


Development Letters aims to promote ideas with important policy and practical implications for a developing country like Bangladesh. This quarterly publication provides a platform to introduce thought-provoking ideas on broad development issues through short and concisely written articles that are comprehensible to policymakers and development practitioners. This present issue contains 10 articles that include, amongst others, some practical ideas on tackling vaccine hesitancy, curbing single-use plastic pollution, measuring economic progress through experiential indicators, utilizing artificial intelligence for the national budget, and potential impact of tariff liberalization under free trade agreement situations.

Posted November 23, 2021
Related locations: Bangladesh