Year 2011 - IUB School of Business

Published Journal Paper
1. A.N.M. Shibly Noman Khan (2011). Entrepreneurship: Empowerment and Development
still far-off Mark. Independent Business Review, 4 (1), 59 - 77.
2. Dilip Kumar Sen (2011). Some Frontier Issues of Accounting, Economics and Finance in
the Perspective of Socio-Economic Development and Poverty Alleviation. Journal of
Management Outlook, 1 (1) (January-June 2011): 1-28.
3. Dilip Kumar Sen (2011). Models for Empirical Analysis of Economic Growth in
Bangladesh Integrating Economic, Financial and Accounting Variables. VIJ: Vision
International Journal, 1 (2) (July-December 2011).
4. Dilip Kumar Sen, Shawgat S.Kutubi, & Zeeshan Abedin (2011). A Study of Perception
of University Teachers of Accounting and Finance and Professional Accountants on the
Importance of Ethics. ASA University Review, 5 (1) (January-June): 1-20.
5. Md. Munir Hossain, Amlan Jahid Haque, & Abdullah Al Aabed (2011). An investigation
on cell phone subscribers of Dhaka city, Bangladesh- Are they happy and loyal?
Independent Business Review, 4 (2), 70 - 90.
6. Md. Zahidul Islam, Sylvana Maheen Ahmed, Ikramul Hasan, & Sarwar Uddin Ahmed
(2011). Organizational Culture and Knowledge Sharing: Empirical Evidence From
Service Organizations. African Journal of Business Management, 5(14), 5900-5909.
7. Mohammad A. Arafat (2011). Consumer Choice of Soft Drinks: A Causal Path Analysis.
East West Journal of Business and Social studies, 2, January-December, 109 - 122.
8. Mohammed Sohel Islam, Md. Munir Hossain, & Rumman Hassan (2011). An
Assessment of the Impact of Green Messages on the Audience of Dhaka City. East
West Journal of Business and Social studies, 2, January-December, 21-38.
9. Rehana Ismail (2011). Awareness of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in
perspective of Bangladesh. Journal of Asian Transactions on Basic & Applied Sciences
(ATBAS ISSN: 2221-4291), Islamabad, Pakistan, 1 (3), 11 - 28.
10. Rehana Ismail (2011). Corporate Social Responsibility: Bangladesh Perspective. Journal
of Social Science, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 28 (2), December, 213 - 232.
11. Sarwar Uddin Ahmed (2011). Measuring the Willingness to Pay for Hazard-Free Ewaste Management in Dhaka City, Bangladesh. WP-Series 40002, Development
Research Network, Dhaka.
12. Sarwar Uddin Ahmed (2011). Informal Sector E-waste Recycling Practices in
Bangladesh. Research Paper Series 60010, Development Research Network, Dhaka.
13. Sarwar Uddin Ahmed, Md. Zahidul Islam, Hanif Mahtab,& Ikramul Hasan (2011).
Construction and Application of a Corporate Social Performance Index in the Context
of Bangladesh. Independent Business Review, 5 (1), 27-46.
14. Shawgat S. Kutubi (2011). Combating Money Laundering by the Financial Institutions:
An Analysis of Challenges and Efforts in Bangladesh. World Journal of Social Sciences,
1 (2), 36 - 51.
15. Shawgat S. Kutubi (2011). Board of Director's Size, Independence and Performance: An
Analysis of Private Commercial Banks in Bangladesh. World Journal of Social Sciences,
1 (4), 159 - 177.
16. Shigeru Uchida, Sarwar Uddin Ahmed, & Abdullah Al Aabed (2011). Corporate
Governance and Firm Performance in the Financial Sector. Annual Review of Southeast
Asian Studies, 52, 107 - 115.
17. Shigeru Uchida, Sylvana Maheen Ahmed, & Sarwar Uddin Ahmed (2011). Automation
and Financial Performance of Banks. Annual Review of Economics, 27, 49-56.
Book Review
1. Samir Mainuddin (2011). The Nobel Memorial Laureates in Economics: An Introduction
to Their Careers and Main Published Works, by H. R. Vane & C. Mulhearn. Independent
Business Review, 4(1), 125-130.
1. Abdullah Al Aabed & Amlan Jahid Haque (2011). Managing Director’s salary and
relative firm performance: a Bangladeshi perspective. Conference on “Islamic Banking,
Finance and Investment” organized by World Business Institute, Australia held in Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia, December 19-20, 2011.
2. Aminur Rahman (2011). Economic costs of shrimp culture in coastal Bangladesh.
Proceedings. APNEC-10 Conference. Taipei. Taiwan. November 2011.
3. Aminur Rahman (2011). Climate Change, Global Commons and Corruption in the
context of Sundarban Mangrove Forest in Bangladesh Proceedings. 13th Biennial
Conference of the International Association of the Study of Commons (IASC).
Hyderabad, India and Indiana University Digital library. January 2011.
4. Mohammad A. Arafat (2011). Presented a paper on “Ganga-Brahmaputra-Meghna
Regional Connectivity for Mutual Benefit of the Regional Countries”. Bangladesh Social
and Economic Forum, Dhaka, Bangladesh, April 2011. Dhaka School of Economic &
Bangladesh Economic Association.