Entrepreneurial Economist Club (EEC), an organisation of the Dhaka School of Economics (DScE), will arrange an international conference on entrepreneurship development in Bangladesh after LDC Graduation Saturday.
The day-long programme will include research paper presentations, debates, and experience sharing by top executives of some enterprises.
Also, foreign researchers and teachers from renowned universities of India, Thailand, Australia, and Mexico will join the event.
Dr Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad, chairman of the DScE and Palli Karma Sahayak Foundation, will inaugurate the programme as the chief guest.
Professor Sheikh Ekramul Kabir, head of admin and academic affairs of the DScE, will be present as the special guest.
Professor Dr Sujata Khandai, deputy dean (academics) of India’s Amity University Noida, will present the theme paper on entrepreneurship development, international economics under Covid-19 in Bangladesh: Aftermath of LDC Graduation.
Dr Azreen Karim, research fellow of the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, Sara Tasneem, assistant professor of entrepreneurial economics at the DScE, and Md Mahbubur Rahman, executive director of SDO, will also speak at the programme.
Professor Dr Muhammad Mahboob Ali, coordinator of entrepreneurial economics at the DScE, will moderate the inaugural session.
Source: United News of Bangladesh