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Notice: The discussion topics for the Next Session (Friday, September 18, 2015).1. Financial Statement Analysis and Prediction of Future Returns 2. Cash Accounting versus Accrual Accounting: Reconciling Earnings, Dividends and Free Cash Flows Resource Person: Dr. Mizanur Rahman



August 26, 2015
International Symposium on Accounting, Auditing and Governance in Asia.

August 12, 2015
Seminar on Non-Fundamentals and Stock Market: New Evidence

August 9, 2015
Please note that next Saturday, August 15, 2015, is a public holiday and we will hold no training session on the date. Section-B participants are therefore requested to join Section-A and attend our Friday Session on August 14, 2015. Venue would be the Faculty Meeting Room.

August 8, 2015
Section-B List of Participants
in the Training Program on Capital Market Research (Saturday, 09:00-12:00);
Venue: Faculty Meeting Room (in front of Dean Office, FBS).
August 8, 2015
Section-A List of Participants
in the Training Program on Capital Market Research (Friday, 09:00-12:00);
Venue: Computer Lab (Room#7004, Level 6); MBA Building, FBS.
July 9, 2015

List of Selected Candidates for the Training Program on Capital Market Research

Each candidate shall receive an email from the program director with further instructions.

Research Monographs and Journal Articles

  1. Mizanur Rahman (2015), Trade Effects of a Fixed Exchange Rate System in East Asia: The Case of China. Mimeo. Washington: CreateSpace LLC, An Amazon Publisher.
  2. Rahman, Mizanur. 2015. ‘Ownership Concentration and Corporate Disclosure Choice in Bangladesh.” Available at
  3. Rahman, Mizanur (2015), ‘Bangladesh Vision 2021 and Bay of Bengal Industrial Growth Belt (BIG-B).” Available at SSRN:
  4. Rahman, Mizanur (2014), ‘How will a New Corporate Tax Policy Affect Stock Markets in Bangladesh?’ Available at SSRN:
  5. Rahman, Mizanur and Masahiro Kawai (2012), Trade Patterns and Exchange Rates in East Asia: Research Monograph. Tokyo: Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI).
  6. Rahman, Mizanur (2011), Regional Exchange Rate Management and Trade Integration in East Asia. Washington: Kindle Publishing.
  7. Rahman, Mizanur and Sayeda, Takrima, 2011. The Effect of Integration with Global Apparel Value Chain.
  8. Rahman, Mizanur. 2010. Regional Integration Convergence Big Time, or an Opportunity Wasted. in GDN Research Report, Issue No. 8 (May), 2010. Washington: Global Development Network (GDN).
  9. Rahman, Mizanur (2010), ‘Trade Liberalization and Export-led Growth: A Case of Bangladesh Apparel Industry.’ Research Report, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), New Delhi.
  10. Rahman, Mizanur (2009), ‘The Impact of Real Exchange Rate Flexibility on East Asian Exports.’ The World Economy 32, 7, 1075-1090.
  11. Rahman, Mizanur and Kaliappa Kalirajan (2009), ‘The Effect of a Collective Exchange Rate Adjustment on East Asian Exports.’ Economics Bulletin 29(4): 2854-2860.
  12. Rahman, Mizanur (2009), ‘Economic Interdependency and Exchange Rate Flexibility in East Asia.’ Southeast Journal of Business 5(1): 39-53.
  13. Rahman, Mizanur, 2008. The Impact of a Common Currency on East Asian Production Networks and China's Exports Behavior. Research Paper, Viet Nam Development Forum (VDF), National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies.
  14. Rahman, Mizanur and Willem H. Thorbecke (2007), ‘How would China’s Exports be Affected by a Unilateral Appreciation of the RMB and a Joint Appreciation of Countries Supplying Intermediate Imports?’ Research Paper No. 07-E-012, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI), Tokyo. Online versions:
  15. Rahman, Mizanur (2008), Essays on Regional Exchange Rate Management and Trade Integration in East Asia, Ph.D. Dissertation, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Tokyo.
  16. Rahman, Mizanur (2003), Japanese Financial Crisis: Evolution and its Aftermath, Mimeo, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Tokyo.
  17. Rahman, Mizanur (1999), ‘The Extent of Mandatory and Voluntary Financial Disclosure in Company Annual Reports: An Empirical Study’, Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, 20(1): 189-207.