(Muhammad) M. Badiuzzaman

(Muhammad) M. Badiuzzaman

Research and teaching

PhD Researcher International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Email
badiuzzaman@iss.nl

Latest academic publication

S.M. Murshed, M. Badiuzzaman & M.H. Pulok (2015). Revisiting the role of the resource curse in shaping institutions and growth. (Preprints, ISS working papers. General series, no 605). The Hague: International Institute of Social Studies

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The aim of Badiuzzaman's research is to analyze rural household livelihood decisions in a post-conflict setting located in Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) region of Bangladesh with a view to understand vulnerable people’s choices. His principal interest lies in applying the experiences of violence on risky decision making, and whether trauma encourages greater or lesser risk taking. My research includes two specific focus. Firstly, assessing the effects of perceptions about future violence and actual (past) experiences of violence on household decisions regarding consumption expenditure, child school enrollment, investment, and choices between food and more risky cash crop cultivation. Finally, it will focus on the role of social capital in livelihood development. His empirical analysis will be guided by prospect theory which involves the mind framing for a desired outcome, which in turn is influenced by a variety of psycho-social phenomena. Both quantitative and qualitative methods will be exploited and triangulated. Promotors: Prof. Dr. Mansoob Murshed and Prof. Dr. Peter van Bergeijk.

      • A. Barkat, S.H. Khan, S. Majumder, M. Badiuzzaman, N. Sabina, K. Ahamed & M. Abdullah (2015). Local Governance and Decentralization in Bangladesh: Politics and Economics. Dhaka: Pathak Shamabesh
      • M. Badiuzzaman, A. Barkat, R. Ara, M. Taheruddin & F. Zahid (2011). Political Economy of Madrassa Education in Bangladesh: Genesis, Growth and Impact. Dhaka: Ramon Publishers
      • M. Badiuzzaman, A. Barkat, S. Halim, A. Poddar & A. Osman (2008). Development as Conscientization: The Case of Nijera Kori in Bangladesh. Dhaka: Pathak Shamabesh
      • S.M. Murshed, M. Badiuzzaman & M.H. Pulok (2015). Revisiting the role of the resource curse in shaping institutions and growth. (Preprints, ISS working papers. General series, no 605). The Hague: International Institute of Social Studies
      • M. Badiuzzaman, A. Barkat, S.M. Murshed, A. Poddar, M. Rahman, M. Abdullah, M. Majid & S. Chakma (2014). State of Development in Chittagong Hill Tracts. Dhaka: CHTDF-UNDP (Forthcoming)
      • M. Badiuzzaman, J. Cameron & S.M. Murshed (2013). Livelihood decisions under the shadow of conflict in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. (Preprints, WIDER Working Papers, no 006). Helsinki, Finland: UNU-WIDER[go to publisher's site]
      • M. Badiuzzaman, S.M. Murshed & J. Cameron (2011). Household Decision-making under Threat of Violence: A Micro Level Study in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. (Preprints). Brighton: MICROCON, UK: MICROCON Research Working Paper No.39
      • M. Badiuzzaman (2011). Incorporating Perceptions and Experiences of Violence into Livelihood Decision-making: A Micro Level Study in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. (Preprints). Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Hague, Netherlands: ISS Working Paper No. 516, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS),
      • S.M. Murshed, M. Badiuzzaman & J. Cameron (2011). Household Decision-making under Threat of Violence: A Micro Level Study in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. (Preprints, MICROCON Research Working Paper, no 39). Brighton: MICROCON
      • M. Badiuzzaman (2010). Incorporating Experiences of Violence into Livelihood Decision-Making:A Micro Level Study in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. (Master Thesis). The Hague: International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)
      • M. Badiuzzaman, A. Barkat, S. Halim, A. Poddar, A. Osman, S.M. Khan, M. Rahman, M. Majid, G. Mahiyuddin, S. Chakma & S. Bashir (2009). Socio-Economic Baseline Survey of Chittagong Hill Tracts. Dhaka: CHTDF-UNDP
      • M. Badiuzzaman, A. Barkat, S. Halim, A. Poddar, M. Rahman, M. Khan, G. Mahiyuddin, A. Karim & A. Hussain (2009). National Report-Bangladesh; Global Study on Child Poverty and Disparities. Dhaka: Unicef
      • M. Badiuzzaman, S.B. Amin & S.M. Eskander (2005). User Fee: An Alternative Financing Method of Health Care in 21st Century. Bangladesh Economic Association, Dhaka: Bangladesh Journal of Political Economy, Volume 22, Number I&2, 2005
      • M. Badiuzzaman, S. Ahmed, T.M.S. Arefin, M.T. Islam & M.M.S. Bhuiyan (2005). Seasonal Dimension of Rural Agricultural Poverty and Survival Strategy of Rural Poor. Bangladesh Economic Association, Dhaka: Bangladesh Journal of Political Economy, Volume 22, Number I&II,
      • S.M. Murshed, M. Badiuzzaman & M.H. Pulok (2017). Fiscal capacity and social protection expenditure in developing nations.
      • S.M. Murshed, J. Cameron & M. Badiuzzaman (2012). Household Decision-making under the Shadow of Violence in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. Advancing the Scientific Study of Conflict and Cooperation Alternative Perspectives from the UK and Japan: Colchester (2012, maart 20 - 2012, maart 21).
      • S.M. Murshed, M. Badiuzzaman & J. Cameron (2011). Household Decision-making under Threat of Violence: A Micro Level Study in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. UNU/WIDER Conference on Poverty and Behavioural Economics: Helsinki, Finland (2011, september 1 - 2011, september 2).
      • S.M. Murshed & M. Badiuzzaman (2011). Household Decision-making under Threat of Violence: A Micro Level Study in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh MICROCON Research Working Paper No.39.
      • S.M. Murshed, M. Badiuzzaman & J. Cameron (2011). Household Decision-making under Threat of Violence: A Micro Level Study in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. International Peace Science Association Conference: Amsterdam (2011, juni 27 - 2011, juni 29).
  • PhD Researcher

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)

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Visiting address

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Postal address

Postbus 29776 2502 LT 's-Gravenhage