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Mohammad Mainul Hoque

Mohammad Mainul Hoque is currently working at Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS). He received PhD in Economics from Iowa State University, USA in 2015. Before that he obtained MSc in Economics from the same university under a Fulbright fellowship. He is trained in applied microeconomics with specialization in Labor Economics, and Environmental and Resource Economics. While working on his dissertation research, he spent one year at Center for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD) as a pre-doctoral associate in an interdisciplinary environment. He has hands-on training on issues related to valuation of non-market goods, inter-linkages between agricultural practices and environmental degradation, payment for ecosystem services, behavioral issues with climate change adaptation, impact evaluation of development projects, importance of childhood health, and quality of human capital.