Department of Business Administration
Prof. Abu Hena Reza Hasan  Adjunct Professor
Name :
Prof. Abu Hena Reza Hasan
Employee ID
721200008
Designation
Adjunct Professor  
Department
Department of Business Administration
Faculty
Faculty of Business & Economics
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/bba/ahrh.html
E-mail
ahrhasan@yahoo.com ; abuhasan@univdhaka.edu
Phone
02 9661920‐59/7864
Cell-Phone
01711788638

University of London, London, UK.         19992000

MSc in Health Policy Planning and Financing,
University of London (London School of Economics)
 

University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK      19931994

Post‐Graduate Diploma in Operational Research
Department of Management Science, Strathclyde Business School

University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh      19821986

M.Com. in Management (Examination held in 1989) B.Com. (Honours) in Management (Examination held in 1988) Department of Management, Faculty of Commerce

Journals:

 

  1. Hasan, A.H.R. (2011). Cultural Change for Aspiration Adaptation: Role of NGO’s in Rural Bangladesh. Journal of Social and Development Sciences, 1(1): 36-47.
  2. Hasan, A.H.R. (2009). “Comparison of International Entrepreneurship of Germany and India”, Bharati Vidyapeeth's Journal of Management Research, Vol-1, No.-2 (SILVER JUBILEE ISSUE): 267-274.
  3. Saifuddin, S. M., N. M. Huq and A. H. R. Hasan (2006). Social Scenario of Multi-Level Marketing in Bangladesh”. Journal of Business Studies, Vol. 26(1): 21-33.
  4. Hasan, A.H.R. (2004). Business Response to HIV/AIDS: Motivations and Policies. Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, Vol. 25(2): 53-68.
  5. Hasan, A.H.R. and S. A. Rahman (2002). Private Medical Clinics in Dhaka: An Analysis from Management Perspectives. Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, Vol. 23(2): 321-334.
  6. Hasan, A.H.R. and M. M. Hossain (1998). Mistakes in Strategy Formulation: Some Explanations. Journal of Management (Dhaka University), Vol. 4, July 1998: 47-56.
  7. Hasan, A.H.R. and M. M. Hossain (1997). Economic Evaluation of Natural Gas Use in Bangladesh., Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, Vol. 18(1): 113-130
  8. Hasan, A.H.R. (1995). Decision Support System: A Tool for Managerial Decision Making. Journal of Management (Dhaka University), Vol. 1, No. 1, July: 85-93.
  9. Hasan, A.H.R. (1995). An Analysis of Seasonality of Scheduled Banks' Advances. The Journal of The Institute of Bankers of Bangladesh, Volume 42, December: 54-64.
  10. Hasan, A.H.R. (1995). Tracking Inflation Rates: A Box‐Jenkins ARIMA Model for Bangladesh. Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, Vol. XVI, No. 2: 125-141.
  11. Hasan, A.H.R. and A. Jalil (1995). Efficiency Through Competition: Comparison of Commercial Banks of Bangladesh in Respect of Several Dimensions of Deposits. Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, Vol. XVI, No. 1: 113-130.
  12. Hasan, A.H.R. (1994). Analysing Intra and Inter Actor Conflicts Within Same Framework by Integrating Multiple Criteria Decision Making and Conflict Analysis Approaches. Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, Vol. XV, No. 2: 151-178.

 


 

Books:

 

  1. Hasan, A H R (2011). Climate Change Impact on Boro Dominated Rice Production Strategy in Agriculture Sector of Bangladesh: A Scenario Analysis”, in Development and Rural Livelihood, Soumyendra Kishore Datta. (Eds): 1-20, Levant Books, Kolkata, India.
  2. Hasan, A.H.R (2010). Measuring Climate Change Risk on Supply Chain of Rice in Bangladesh” in Sustainability in Food and Water: An Asian Perspectiveeditor Akimasa Sumi, Kensuke Fukushi, R. Honda and K. M. Hassan (University of Tokyo, Japan), Alliance for Global Sustainability Bookseries Volume 18, 2010, DOI: 10.1007/978-90-481-9914-3: 327-334. Springer Publishing.
  3. Hasan, A H R (2008). Understanding Working Women in Rural Bangladesh: Background and Comparative Success, in Women in the Changing World: Experiences and Challenges,  Datta S. R. and Mukherjee, S. R. (Eds): 1-20, Levant Books, Kolkata, India.

 


Conference Papers: 

 

  1. “Can China and India Decouple from the Economy of United States?Nepal Rastra Bank International Conference in Economics and Finance, 20-21 April 2012, Kathmandu, Nepal (Paper accepted for the upcoming conference)
  2. “Climate Change Impact on Boro Dominated Rice Production Strategy in Agriculture Sector of Bangladesh: A Scenario Analysis”.International Conference on “Development and Rural Livelihood”, Department of Economics, Burdwan University, December 22-23, 2010, Burdwan, West Bengal, India.
  3. Emphasis on a Single Type of Rice Production and Affect on Import Bills: Analysis of Boro Based Agricultural Policy of Bangladesh”. UGC-SAP Aided National Seminar on  “Contemporary Issues in Agriculture, Environment and Rural Development” March 13-15, 2010, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan, West Bengal, India.
  4. “Preference for Corrupt Professions: Does it poverty induced or social norm?”; Workshop on Gender and Corruption in Development Cooperation, 10-11 November 2008, GTZ headquarter, Eschborn, Germany. www.eadi.org/fileadmin/WG.../workshop_corruption_hasan.pdf
  5. “Measuring Climate Change Risk on Supply Chain of Rice in Bangladesh”;  the International Symposium on Food and Water Sustainability in Asia 2008, 7-8 October, 2008 at Taipa Island, Macau, China
  6. CrossBorder Trade in Health Services between Bangladesh and India: Implications for Global Health Systems” 9th South Asian Management Forum; 24‐25 February 2007; Dhaka,  Bangladesh.
  7. Understanding Working Women in Rural Bangladesh: Background and Comparative Success”, the International Seminar on Women’s Situation and Women’s Studies: South Asian Perspectives 18 – 19 December, 2006, Centre for Women Studies, North Bengal University, Darjeeling, West Bengal, India
  8. “Economic Analysis of MaleFemale Compositions in Rural Households of Bangladesh”, Sixth Annual Population Research Conference Linkages between Population and Millennium Development Goals: An Asian Perspective; 29 November ‐ 01 December 2005, Islamabad – Pakistan
  9. “Environmental goods and services for sustainable development: big business for developed countries” First International Conference ‐ Environmentally Sustainable Development, 26‐28 June 2005, COMSATS Institute of InformationTechnology, Abbottabad, NWFP, Pakistan
  10. An analysis of strategic importance of health in poverty reduction process: some suggestions for Bangladesh” In seminar on “Selected Health Economic Issues and Poverty Reduction Strategy in Bangladesh, Institute of Health Economics, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, April 28 2002.
  11. Willingness topay for health insurance in the rural areas of bangladesh: level and determinants” Conference of the International Health Economics Association, 22‐26 July, 2001, University of York, York, United Kingdom (with Sushil Ranjan Howlader, Zahidul Quayyum, Shamsuddin Ahmed, Tim Ensor)
  12. Gender and Income Based Inequality in Health in Rural Areas of Bangladesh”, Bangladesh Health Economics Conference, 4‐5 July 2001, Hotel Sheraton, Dhaka, Bangladesh

International Entrepreneurship; Barriers to International Business; Global Supply Chain; Supply Chain of Health Services; Global Economic Relations (FDI, Regional Integration); International trade and competitiveness of firms; Impact of Climate Change on Trade and Economy; Health Policy and Financing; Aviation Industry Strategy and Management.

  1. Associate Professor (December 2, 2007 to October, 2010), Department of International Business, University of Dhaka, Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh.
    Responsibilities: Teaching, Research, Administrative activities related to Examination and Academic Development
  2. Associate Professor (April 30, 2003 to December 1, 2007),Department of Management Studies, University of Dhaka, Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh.
    Responsibilities: Teaching and Research
  3. Assistant Professor (July 22, 2002 to April 29, 2003), Department of Management Studies, University of Dhaka, Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh.
    Responsibilities: Teaching and Research.
  4. Assistant Professor (July 1 1999 To July 21 2002), Institute of Health Economics, University of Dhaka, Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh.
    Responsibilities: Teaching, Research, Administrative Responsibilities, Consultancy, Liaison with Foreign Agencies
  5. Assistant Professor (May 6 1995 To June 30 1999), Department of Management, University of Dhaka, Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh.Responsibilities: Teaching and Research.
  6. Lecturer (August 3 1992 To May 5 1995), Department of Management, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
    Responsibilities: Teaching.
  7. Policy Interpretation Internee (December 15 1991 To July 15 1992), Winrock International Institute For Agricultural Development, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
    Responsibilities: Knowledge support to agricultural policies of Ministry of Agriculture, Government of Bangladesh; Policy Research.
  8. Planning, Information and Control (PIC) Officer (November 1 1989 To November 30 1991), Pharma Division, Ciba‐Geigy (Bangladesh) Limited, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
    Responsibilities: Corporate Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of Pharma Division Operations, Maintaining and Operating Management Information System, Administrative support to divisional chief as staff officer.