Department of Business Administration
Dr. Hafiz T.A. Khan  International Adviser & Professor
Name :
Dr. Hafiz T.A. Khan
Employee ID
710000970
Designation
International Adviser & Professor  
Department
Department of Business Administration
Faculty
Faculty of Business & Economics
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/bba/hafiz.html
E-mail
int.advisor@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd
Phone
Cell-Phone
01553286756

  Postdoctoral  research  in  Demography,  The  Oxford  Institute  of  Population  Ageing, Department of Sociology,  The University of Oxford, England, UK, 2005-2006 
 
  PhD in Applied Statistics (Demography), Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland, UK, 1996
 
  MSc  in  Statistics  with  specialization  in  Demography,  First  Class  Honours,  University  of Chittagong, Bangladesh, 1987 (Result published in 1990)
 
  BSc  (Honours)  in  Statistics  with  Mathematics  and  Economics,  First  Class  Honours, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh, 1986 (Result published in 1988)
 
  Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examination, Science Group (First Division), Comilla Residential Model College, Bangladesh, 1983
 
  Secondary  School  Certificate  (SSC)  examination,  Science  Group  (First  Division), Chittagong University School, Bangladesh, 1981

Participated a training session on “Understanding Pupil Data” organised by Oxfordshire County Council, UK, 13 October 2011.
 
  Attended  Oxford City Council “Social Media Conference” held at Oxford Town Hall,  22nd September, 2011.
 
  Participated  The  Royal  Statistical  Society  (RSS)  medical  section  meeting  on  Multivariate Meta-Analysis, London, 2th January, 2010.
 
  Visiting Academic Fellow at Edinburgh Napier University Business School, Scotland, UK, 2-6, November 2009
 
 Visiting  Researcher  at  the  Gerontology  Institute,  The  University  of  Tokyo,  Japan,  3-8  August 2009
 
 Attended a daylong conference on “Fixed-term Employment in Social Science Research: New Directions in the Research Economy” held at Oxford University 13 May, 2009
 
 Attended  3rd World  Congress  of  the  A.P.P.A.C.  (Association  of  Psychology  &  Psychiatry  for Adults & Children), held at Athens May 5-8, 2009
 
 Attended a two days international workshop on “Environmental Change and Displacement: Assessing the evidence and developing norms for response”, organised by Refugee Studies Centre & International Migration Institute, University of Oxford, 8-9 January, 2009
 
 Successfully  completed  a  professional  training  designed  for  social  scientists  on  “The Organisational Environment” and “Social Science Practice”. Michaelmas Term Lecture Series, organised by Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, 28 October-4th December, 2008
 
 Attended a training session on “Career Pathfinder for Research Staff” organised by Oxford University Careers Service, 22 September, 2008
 
 Successfully  completed  “the  course  preparing  for  OFSTED”  for  Oxfordshire  School Governors, September, 2008
 
 Successfully completed “Community Cohesion” training for Oxfordshire School  Governors, September, 2008
 
 Attended a training session on “Performance Management: What Governors need to know and do?” organised by the Oxfordshire County Council, 23 July, 2008, Cricket Road Centre, Oxford
 
 Successfully completed “induction” training for Oxfordshire School Governors, March-2008
 
 Attended RAND Summer Institute‟s two consecutive workshops one on Mini-Medical School for Social Scientists 11-12 July and the other on Demography, Economics and Epidemiology of Ageing 13-14 July 2007, Santa Monica, USA
 
 Attended ESRC Spring School on „Multilevel Modelling‟ organized by Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, 30 March 2007. This course was offered by Dr. Frank V. Tubergen, Department of Sociology, Utrecht University
 
 Attended ESRC Spring School on „Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling‟ organized by Department  of  Politics  and  International  Relations,  University  of  Oxford,  29-30  March  2006. This  course  was  offered  by  Professor  John  Fox,  Department  of  Sociology,  McMaster University, Canada
 
 Attended  high-level training workshop on „Methodological Issues  in  Family  and  Migration Research‟  organized  by  Asian  MetaCentre  for  Population  and  Sustainable  Development Analysis at Asia Research  Institute, National University of Singapore, 19-26 April 2001. This course  was  led  jointly  by  Dr.  Khoo  Siew  Ean,  Demography  Program,  Australian  National University, Australia; and Mr. Johannes Pflegerl, Austrian Institute for Family Studies, Austria
 
 Attended  high-level training workshop on „New Approaches and Methods of Population Forecasting‟ organized by Asian MetaCentre  for  Population  and  Sustainable  Development Analysis at Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, March 5-16, 2001. This course was led by Dr. Sergei, Scherbov, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
 
 Attended  high-level  training  workshop  of  Asian  MetaCentre  for  Population  and  Sustainable Development  Analysis  at  the  College  of  Population  Studies,  Chulalongkorn  University, Bangkok,  Thailand,  November  13-24,  2000.  This  course  was  offered  by  Professor  Warren Sanderson,  Population  Project,  International  Institute  for  Applied  Systems  Analysis  (IIASA), Laxenburg, Austria
 
 Participated  in  a  SPlus  computer  course  at  the  1994  International  Research  Conference  on Lifetime  Data  Models  in  Reliability  and  Survival  Analysis  held  at  Harvard  University, Cambridge,  Massachusetts,  June  15-17.  This  course  was  offered  by  Dr.  Alan  Zaslavsky, Department of Statistics, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
 
 Completed Royal Statistical Society (RSS) 1994 short course on An Introduction to Smoothing Techniques  for  Data  Analysis  at  the  University  of  Newcastle,  UK  during  12-13  September 1994. Course jointly offered by Professor Dr. Adrian Bowman of Glasgow University, UK and Professor Dr. Adelchi Azzalini of Padua University, Italy
 

 Attended workshop on Basic Bootstraps at Napier University on 15 February 1995 offered by Professor Dr. Gillian Raab, Professor of Applied Statistics, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK

Business Statistics
  Advanced Business Statistics
  Social Statistics 
  Statistical Process and Quality Control 
  Quantitative Methods for Business Applications
  Quantitative Methods for Financial Business
  Quantitative Methods and Applications for Business
  Quantitative Methods and Applications for Business Management
  Data Analysis with Computer Softwares
  Survey Design and Sampling
  Business and Social Research Methods
  Population and Development 
  Demography
  Population Ageing/Gerontology
  Economic Statistics
  Foundation in Mathematical Thinking 
  Linear Algebra

Journals:

 

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS: 93 (2 theses, 66 research papers, 2 books + 4 book chapters, 9 working papers, 10 others) 


Research Theses:
 
PhD:   “The  Determinants  of  Urban  and  Rural  Fertility  in  Bangladesh”,  Edinburgh  Napier University, in collaboration with the University of Dundee, Scotland, UK, 1996 
(Director of Studies: Professor Robert Raeside, Professor of Applied Statistics, Edinburgh Napier  University,  UK,  Other  supervisors:  Professor  John  Adams,  Professor  of Economics, Edinburgh Napier University, UK and Professor Allan M. Findlay, Professor of Human Geography, University of Dundee, UK). 

External Examiner: Professor John Hobcraft, Professor of Demography, London School of Economics, University of London, UK) 
 
MSc:   “Effects  of  Selected  Socio-Economic  and  Demographic  Factors  on  Fertility”,  University of Chittagong, Bangladesh, 1990
(Supervisor:  Professor  S.M.  Shafiqul  Islam,  Professor  of  Social  Statistics,  University of Chittagong, Bangladesh) 
 
 
Articles in Refereed Academic Journals: 

2016  Climate Change Impact: The experience of the coastal areas of Bangladesh affected by Cyclones Sidr and Aila.  Journal of Environmental and Public Health, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2016/9654753 (Russell Kabir, Hafiz Khan, Emma Ball, Kay Caldwell)
 
2016  Exploring the relationship between social support and life satisfaction among rural elderly in Japan, Ageing International (Kaori Tsuji and Hafiz T.A. Khan), doi: 10.1007/s12126-016-9254-6
 
2016   Correlates of socioeconomic status and the health of older people in the United Kingdom: A review.  Illness, Crisis and Loss 24(4):195-216 (Mijanur Rahman, Hafiz Khan, and Trish, Hafford-Letchfield) doi: 10.1177/1054137315608347
 
2016  Women’s Participation in Economic and NGO Activities in Bangladesh: An Empirical Study on the Bangladesh Demography and Health Survey (BDHS), International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 36(7/8):1-25. (Hafiz Khan, and Twyeafur Rahman), doi: 10.1108/IJSSP-09-2015-0097
 
2016   Identification of Genomic Markers Correlated with Sensitivity in Solid Tumors to Dasatinib Using Sparse Principal Components (Ahmed Hossain and Hafiz Khan), Journal of Applied Statistics 43(14):2538-2549, doi: 10.1080/02664763.2016.1142941, September
 
2016   Self-Reported Health Status of Older Adults in Malaysia and Singapore: Evidence from the 2007 Global Ageing Survey. Applied Research in Quality of Life 11(3): 687-705 (Hafiz Khan and Matt Flynn), doi: 10.1007/s11482-015-9390-2, September.
 
2015   Spatial Pattern of Structural Ageing in Eastern Croatia: Evolution and Explanations, International Journal of Ageing and Later Life 9(2):53-78 (Marijan Jukic and Hafiz Khan), doi: 10.3384/ijal.1652-8670.1592
 
2015  Global Population Aging: Unequal Distribution of Risks in Later Life between Developed and Developing Countries. Global Social Policy 15(2):146-166 (M. Higo and Hafiz T.A. Khan),                                
doi: 10.1177/1468018114543157, Online First 28 July 2014
 
2015  Job Satisfaction and Socio-Demographic Nexus: An Examination of Business Link Employees in England, Journal of Applied Economic Sciences 10:1213-1225, Winter Issue 8(38) (Shah-Jalal Sarker, Hafiz T.A. Khan, Shahzad Butt)
 
2014  Ageing in Post-Industrial Society: Trends and Trajectories. Journal of Globalization Studies 5(2):   (J. L. Powell and Hafiz T.A. Khan), November, ISSN: 2075-8103
 
2014   Climate change and public health situations in coastal areas in Bangladesh, International Journal of Social Science Studies 2(3):109-116 (R. Kabir, E. Ball and K. Caldwell), July
doi: 10.11114/ijsss.v2i3.426
 
2014   Development and Application of a Survey Quality Assessment Model - Global Journal of Quantitative Science 1(1):15-29, April (Tao, C., Raeside, R. and Hafiz T.A. Khan)
 
2014   Insights for Singapore’s Re-employment Legislation: Evidence from the Global Ageing Survey (GLAS), Asian Profile 42(2):101-122, April issue (Helen Ko and Hafiz T.A. Khan)
 
2014   Between Country Variations in Self-Rated-Health and Associations with the Quality of Life of Older People:  Evidence from the Global Ageing Survey. Applied Research in Quality of Life 9 (4): 923-949 (Hafiz T.A. Khan and R. Raeside), November, (Scopus, ISI)
 
2014   Population ageing in Bangladesh and its implication on health care. European Scientific Journal 9(33):34-47, (R. Kabir, Hafiz T.A. Khan, M. Kabir and M.T. Rahman), November
 
2014   Factors associated with intergenerational social support across the world, Ageing International 39(4): 289-326 (Hafiz T.A. Khan), December, (Scopus)
 
2014   Research Methods for Business and Social Science Students (J. Adams, Hafiz T.A. Khan & R. Raeside), London: Sage Publishers, 2nd Edition, April, ISBN: 978-81-321-1366-9
http://www.uk.sagepub.com/authorDetails.nav?contribId=626719

2013  Factors  associated  with  intergenerational  social  support  across  the  world,  Ageing International (Hafiz T.A. Khan) (Accepted for publication, 31st August 2013), 
DOI: 10.1007/s12126-013-9191-6
 
2013  Insights for Singapore‟s Re-employment  Legislation:  Evidence  from  the  Global Ageing Survey (GLAS), Asian Profile (Helen Ko and Hafiz T.A. Khan), (accepted)
 
2013  Variations  in  grandchildren's  perceptions  of  the  grandfathers  and  grandmothers: Dynamics of  age  and  gender, Journal of  Intergenerational Relationships 11(4): December (Robin Mann, Hafiz T.A. Khan & George W. Leeson).
 
2013   Aging  and  globalization:  A  global  analysis,  Journal  of  Globalization  Studies  4(1): 150-159 (Jason L. Powell and Hafiz T.A. Khan)
 
2013   Attitudes Towards Bearing the Cost of Care in Later Life Across the World. Illness, Crisis and Loss 21(1):49-69 (Hafiz T.A. Khan, G.W. Leeson and H. Findlay). DOI: 10.2190/IL.21.1.e
 
2013   Effectiveness  of  the  Microcredit  Programme  in  Bangladesh.  Local  Economy 28(1):85-98, February, (M.T. Rahman and Hafiz T.A. Khan).
DOI: 10.1177/0269094212466036


2012   Foucault, Social Theory and Social Work. Romanian Journal of Sociology 9(1):131-147 (J. Powell and Hafiz T.A. Khan). ISSN 1220 – 5389 
http://www.arsociologie.ro/en/archives/360-powell-1-2012
 
2011  Climate Change and its  Impact on Older Adults‟ Health  in  Kazakhstan,  The NISPAcee  Journal  of  Public  Administration  and  Policy  4(1):97-119,  summer  issue  (S. Bhuiyan and Hafiz T.A. Khan).
http://www.nispa.org/journal.php?sid=753 
 
2010  Mixtures  Density  Estimation  in  Lifetime  Data  analysis:  An  Application  of Nonparametric  Bayesian  Estimation  Technique.  Journal  of  Statistics  and  Management Systems 13(3):605-615, May (Ahmed Hossain and Hafiz T.A. Khan). DOI: 10.1080/09720510.2010.10701490
 
2010  The  Emerging  Demand  for  Elderly  Care  in  China:  An  analysis  of  trends  and differentials. Asian Profile 38(2): 1-7 (Pan Jinhong and Hafiz T.A. Khan)
http://www.asianresearchservice.com/Asianprofile.htm
 
2009  Self  Management  of  Health-Behaviors  among  Older  and  Younger  Workers  with Chronic  Illness,  Patient  Education  and  Counseling  77(1):109-115  (F.  Munir,  Hafiz  T.A. Khan, J. Yarker, C. Haslam, H. Long, M. Bains and K. Kalawsky) Impact Factor: 2.733 DOI:10.1016/j.pec.2009.02.014
 
2008  Contraceptive  Use  in  Bangladesh:  Evidence  from  a  National  Survey,  Asian  Profile 36 (3):319-327, June (Hafiz T.A. Khan & E.M.N. Kalam) 
http://www.asianresearchservice.com/Asianprofile.htm  
 
2008  The  Ageing  Scottish  Population:  Trends,  Consequences  and  Responses,  Canadian Studies  in  Population  35(2):291-310,  September  (R.  Raeside  &  Hafiz  T.A.  Khan)  Impact Factor: 0.15
http://www.canpopsoc.org/journal/CSPv35n2p291.pdf 
 
2008  How  Well  Did  Past  UN  Population  Projections  Anticipate  Demographic  Trends  in Six  Southeast  Asian  Countries?  Asian  Population  Studies  4(1):77-95  March  (Hafiz  T.A. Khan & Wolfgang Lutz)  DOI:10.1080/17441730801966964
 
2007  Patterns and Differentials of Antenatal Care and Delivery Practices among Married Adolescent Girls in Bangladesh, Journal of Family Welfare 53(2):81-89, December (Hafiz T.A. Khan & A. Begum), 
http://www.fpaindia.org 
 
2007  Risk  Factors  of  Coronary  Heart  Disease.  Indian  Heart  Journal  59(4):147-151  (A. Hossain & Hafiz T.A. Khan), 
http://www.indianheartjournal.com/marapr07.html 
 
2007  Risk  factors  for  sleep  disturbance  and  its  effect  on  quality  of  life:  An  analysis  of retrospective  cohort  study  of  adults  with  neck  injuries,  Indian  Journal  of  Sleep  Medicine 2(3):95-100 (A. Hossain & Hafiz T.A. Khan),
http://www.indiansleep.in/ijsm.aspx?target=ijor:ijsm&volume=2&issue=3&type=toc 

2007  Bayesian  Analysis  of  Three-Way  ANOVA  Model  and  a  Diagnostic  Test  for  the Convergence of the Estimation, Journal of Statistics & Management Systems 10(1):153-160 (A. Hossain & Hafiz T.A. Khan), DOI: 10.1080/09720510.2007.10701245
 
2007  Determinants  of  Health  Status  of  Elderly  People  in  Bangladesh,  Asian  Profile 35(1):71-82 (I.M.S. Kalam & Hafiz T.A. Khan),
http://www.asianresearchservice.com/Asianprofile.htm
 
2006  The  Demography  of  Ageing  in  Bangladesh:  A  Scenario  Analysis  of  Consequence, Hallym International Journal of Ageing 8(1):1-21 (Hafiz T.A. Khan & George Leeson),    DOI: 10.2190/HA.8.1.a 
 
2006  The  Future  of  Retirement  Study:  Results  from  the  HSBC  Global  Survey.  Ageing Horizons,  Issue  No.  5,  Autumn-Winter  (S.  Harper,  G.  Leeson  &  Hafiz  T.A.  Khan), http://www.ageing.ox.ac.uk/ageinghorizonsnew/workforce.html
 
2006  Attitudes and Practices of Employers towards Ageing Workers: Evidence from a Global Survey on the Future of Retirement. Ageing Horizons, Issue No. 5:31-41 (S. Harper, Hafiz Khan, A. Saxena & G. Leeson),
http://www.ageing.ox.ac.uk/ageinghorizonsnew/workforce.html
 
2006  Morbidities among Older People in Bangladesh: Evidence from an Ageing Survey, BRAC University Journal 3(2):75-83 (I.M. S. Kalam & Hafiz T.A. Khan),   
http://www.bracuniversity.net/journal/contents/contents.php?vol=3&num=2
 
2006  Age  Structural  Transition  and  Ageing  of  Population  in  Bangladesh,  Generations Review 16(1):6-10 (Hafiz T.A. Khan),        
http://www.ageing.ox.ac.uk/publications/Generations%20Review/contentsjan2006.pdf 
 
2005  Investment  Features  of  Selected  Industrial  Sectors  of  Bangladesh:  An  Econometric Investigation, Journal of Business Administration 31(3-4):67-76 (A.K.M.Z. Haq, M. Tareq and Hafiz T.A. Khan).
 
2005  Fertility  Behavior  of  Married  Adolescent  Women  in  Bangladesh,  Journal  of Sociology 1(1):7-20 (Hafiz T.A. Khan, M.B.H. Bhuiyan & J.H. Tomal).   
 
2005  Factors  Associated  with  Pregnancy  Complications  during  Antenatal  Period:  An Extended  GEE  Approach,  BRAC  University  Journal  2(2):13-22  (J.H.  Tomal,  Hafiz  T.A. Khan, M.Z. Hossain & M.Z.R. Shabuz),  
http://www.bracuniversity.net/journal/contents/contents.php?vol=3&num=2 
 
2005  A  Comparative  Study  of  Selected  Nonparametric  Multi-state  Approaches  for Estimating the Survival Function, Pakistan Journal of Statistics 21(2):209-222 (A. Hossain & Hafiz T.A. Khan), Impact factor:0.286
http://www.pakjs.com/journals/21(2)/21(2)9.pdf 
 
2005  Asian  Family  and  Migration:  Some  Important  Issues,  Asian  Profile  33(2):187-204 (Hafiz T.A. Khan), 
http://www.asianresearchservice.com/Asianprofile.htm
 
2005  The  Socio-Demographic  Changes  in  Bangladesh:  A  Study  on  Impact.  BRAC University Journal 2(1):1-11 (Hafiz T.A. Khan & R. Raeside), 
http://www.bracuniversity.net/Journal/contents/contents.php?vol=2&num=1 
 
2004  Contraceptive  Practice  Behaviour  among  Married  Adolescent  Women  in Bangladesh, Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine 23(1):1-11 (Hafiz T.A. Khan, J.H. < Tomal and M.B.H. Bhuiyan).
 
2004  Nonparametric  Bootstrapping  for  Multiple  Logistic  Regression  Model  Using  R, BRAC University Journal 1(2):109-113 (A. Hossain & Hafiz T.A. Khan),
http://www.bracuniversity.net/Journal/contents/contents.php?vol=1&num=2
 
2003 Socio-Demographic Factors Associated with Maternal Deaths in Matlab, Bangladesh, Journal  of  Preventive  and  Social  Medicine  22(1):69-83  (Hafiz  T.A.  Khan,  M.  A. Hossain and A. Begum). 
 
2003   Factors Responsible for Woman‟s Participation in the  Family Planning Program in Bangladesh, Asian Profile 31(4): 257-270 (E.M.N Kalam & Hafiz T.A. Khan),
http://www.asianresearchservice.com/Asianprofile.htm
 
2002   Impact  of  Mass  Media  Programs  on  Family  Planning  in  Jiggasha  Area:  Evidence from  a  Micro  Study,  The  Bangladesh  Journal  of  Science  and  Technology  4(1):137-146 (Hafiz T.A. Khan, & M. W. Hossain).
 
2002    The Use of Neural Nets in the Field of Social Science, Social Science Review 19(1): 323-326 (M. M. R. Bhuiyan & Hafiz T.A. Khan). 
 
2002  Modelling  Contraceptive  Prevalence  in  Bangladesh:  A  Hierarchical  Approach, Asian MetaCentre Research Paper Series 5 (NMN Kalam & Hafiz T.A. Khan), ISBN: 981-04-5856-8,  
http://www.populationasia.org/Publications/RP/AMCRP5.pdf
 
2001  Effects  of  Communication  in  Achieving  Goals  of  Family  Planning  Programmes  in Bangladesh:  A  Study  on  Innovative  Communication  Approach  Jiggasha,  The  Bangladesh
Journal of Science and Technology 3(1):113-123 (Hafiz T.A. Khan & M. W. Hossain). 
 
2001  Access  to  Mass  Media  and  its  Exposure  to  Family  Planning  Messages:  Levels, Differentials  and  Determinants,  Asian  Profile  29(1):  63-82  (M.  Z.  Hossain  &  Hafiz  T.A. Khan),
http://www.asianresearchservice.com/Asianprofile.htm
 
2001  Effect  of  Some  Selected  Background  Characteristics  on  Reversible  Methods  of Contraception  in  Bangladesh,  The  Bangladesh  Journal  of  Scientific  Research  19(1):71-80 (M. Z. Hossain & Hafiz T.A. Khan).  
 
2000   The psycho-Social Problems among Acne Patients in  Livingston New Town, West Lothian,  Scotland.  Journal  of  Preventive  and  Social  Medicine  (JOPSOM)  19(1):75-80  (A. J. Chaudhury & Hafiz T.A. Khan).
 
2000   Effects  of  Mass  Media  Exposure  on  Reversible  Methods  of  Contraception  in Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Journal of Science and Technology 2(1):125-133 (Hafiz T.A. Khan, M. Z. Hossain & M. N. H. Bhuiyan).

1999   Access to “Jiggasha  Program: A Family Planning Communication Approach” and its Exposure to the Selected Background Characteristics,  Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine (JOPSOM) 18(1): 7-15 (Hafiz T.A. Khan, M. W. Hossain and A. Begum),
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?db=pubmed&cmd=Retrieve&dopt=Abstract Plus&list_uids=12179658&query_hl=2&itool=pubmed_docsum 
 
1999   Obstetric  Related  Residual  Morbidities  among  the  Women  in  Bangladesh,  Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine 18(1): 22-29 (A. Begum & Hafiz T.A. Khan),
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?db=pubmed&cmd=Retrieve&dopt=Abstract Plus&list_uids=12179651&query_hl=2&itool=pubmed_docsum  
 
1999  Factors Related to Urban and Rural Lifetime Marital Fertility Rates in Bangladesh, Asian Profile 27(1): 63-87 (Hafiz T.A. Khan).
http://www.asianresearchservice.com/Asianprofile.htm
 
1998  The  Determinants  of  First  and  Subsequent  Births  in  Urban  and  Rural  Areas  of Bangladesh, Asia-Pacific Population Journal 13(2): 39-72 (Hafiz T.A. Khan & R. Raeside),
http://www.unescap.org/ESID/psis/population/journal/1998/v13n2a3.htm 
 
1998  Factors  Influencing  the  Probability  of  Birth  in  Urban  and  Rural  Bangladesh,  The Dhaka University Journal of Science 46(1): 131-36 (Hafiz T.A. Khan & R. Raeside).
 
1997  Effects  of  Selected  Socioeconomic  and  Demographic  Factors  on  Cumulative Fertility  in  Rural  Bangladesh,  The  Bangladesh  Journal  of  Scientific  Research  15(2):  167-172 (Hafiz T.A. Khan, M.S. Rahman, H.M.R. Khan and M.B. Billah).
 
1997  A Multilevel Modelling Approach to the Determinants of Urban and Rural Fertility in Bangladesh, Asia-Pacific Population Journal 12(1): 55-76 (Hafiz T.A. Khan),
http://unescap.org/esid/psis/population/journal/1997/v12n1dn.htm  
 
1997  A  Hierarchical  Model  of  Contraceptive  Use  in  Urban  and  Rural  Bangladesh, Contraception 55(2): 91-96 (Hafiz T.A. Khan), Impact Factor = 2.724
http://www.contraceptionjournal.org/issues?issue_key=S0010-7824%2800%29X0025-X  
 
1997  Factors  Affecting  the  Most  Recent  Fertility  Rates  in  Urban-Rural Bangladesh, Social  Science  and  Medicine  44(3):  279-289  (Hafiz  T.A.  Khan  &  R.  Raeside),  Impact Factor = 3.484
http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/els/02779536/1997/00000044/00000003 
 
1996  Factors Influencing the Probability of Birth in Urban and Rural Bangladesh. ZAMM-Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik  76(S3): 471-472. (Hafiz T.A. Khan & R. Raeside),
http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=2582424  
 
1995 Influences of Selected Socio-economic and Demographic Variables on Fertility in Bangladesh, Asia-Pacific Population Journal 10(2): 51-63 (Hafiz T.A. Khan & S.M.S. Islam), 
http://www.unescap.org/esid/psis/population/journal/1995/v10n2dn.htm 
 
1994 Urban and Rural Fertility in Bangladesh: A Causal Approach, Social Biology 41(3-4): 240-251 (Hafiz T.A. Khan & R. Raeside), 
http://www-rcf.usc.edu/~crimmin/sssb/index.html 
 
1994 The Import Demand for Sub-Categories of Intermediate Goods: Some Estimates, The Dhaka University Journal of Science 42(1): 151-155 (Hafiz T.A. Khan, H.M.R. Khan, R. Bari, M.B. Billah and K. Banu). 
 
1994 Poultry Birds of Bangladesh: An Econometric Analysis, The Dhaka University Journal of Science 42(2): 303-307 (K Banu, H.M.R. Khan, Hafiz T.A. Khan & M.S. Rahman). 
 
1993 Bovine Animals of Bangladesh: An Econometric Analysis of Regional Data, The Bangladesh Journal of Scientific Research 11(1):109-111 (N.S.M. Yahya, H.M.R. Khan & Hafiz T.A. Khan).   

1993 Factors Affecting Fertility in a Rural Bangladesh, The Bangladesh Journal of Scientific Research 11(1): 21-26 (Hafiz T.A. Khan, S.M.S. Islam & H M R Khan), 
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?db=pubmed&cmd=Retrieve&dopt=Abstract
Plus&list_uids=12347764&query_hl=2&itool=pubmed_docsum 
 
1993 Pattern of Coital Frequency in Rural Bangladesh, The Journal of Family Welfare 39(2): 38-43 (M.M. Islam & Hafiz T.A. Khan), 
http://medind.nic.in/jah/jahm.shtml 
 
1993  Analysis  of  Split-Plot  Design  with  Unequal  Cell  Variances,  The  Dhaka  University Studies, Part B 41(2): 289-293 (M.B. Billah, Hafiz T.A. Khan, K. Banu & M.S. Rahman).
 
1993  A Study on Socioeconomic and Intermediate Variables on Fertility, Medicine Today 5(1): 11-14 (Hafiz T.A. Khan, M.B. Billah, H.M.R. Khan & M.A. Rahman),
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?db=pubmed&cmd=Retrieve&dopt=Abstract
Plus&list_uids=12347765&query_hl=2&itool=pubmed_docsum
 
1993  Fertility  Differentials  in  Rural  Bangladesh,  The  Dhaka  University  Studies,  Part  B  41(1): 83-89 (Hafiz T.A. Khan, S.M.S. Islam, H.M.R. Khan, R. Bari and R. Khan),
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?db=pubmed&cmd=Retrieve&dopt=Abstract
Plus&list_uids=12347766&query_hl=2&itool=pubmed_docsum 
 
1992  Quantity and Price Effects in the Balance of Trade of Bangladesh: 1976-'77 to 1987-'88,  The  Dhaka  University  Studies,  Part  B  40(2):169-174  (N.S.M  Yahya,  H.M.R.  Khan  & Hafiz T.A. Khan).
 
1991  Some  Aspects  of  Proximate  Determinants  of  Fertility  in  a  Rural  Area  of Bangladesh,  Journal  of  Preventive  and  Social  Medicine  10(2):45-51  (Hafiz  T.A.  Khan, M.S. Rahman, H.M.R. Khan & M.A. Rahman).
 
1991  Import  Demand  Functions  for  Capital  Goods  in  Bangladesh,  Dhaka  University Journal of Business Studies, Part C 12(2): 87-92 (Hafiz T.A. Khan, M.S. Rahman, K. Banu & H.M.R. Khan).
 
1991  Effects  of  Selected  Socio-Economic  and  Demographic  Factors  on  Fertility-  A  Path Analysis, Asian Profile 19(6): 561-574 (S.M.S. Islam & Hafiz T.A. Khan),
http://www.asianresearchservice.com/Asianprofile.htm

 


 

Books:

 

Articles in the form of Book and Book Chapters (Reviewed):
 

1.  2013  Levels  of  Welfarism  and  Intergenerational  Transfers  within  the  Family:  Evidence from  the  Global  Ageing  Survey  (GLAS),  (George  W.  Leeson  and  Hafiz  T.A.  Khan)  in: Global  Ageing  in  the  Twenty-First  Century:  Challenges,  Opportunities  and  Implications, edited  by  McDaniel,  S.  and  Zimmer,  Z.,  Ashgate  Publishing  Ltd,  UK,  ISBN:  978-1-4094-3271-5, publication date: January 2013
http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409432708 
 
2.  2013  Research Methods for Business and Social Science Students (J. Adams, Hafiz T.A. Khan & R. Raeside), London: Sage Publishers, 2nd Edition (in press) 
 
3.  2009  Population Ageing in Bangladesh: Trends and Challenges (Hafiz T.A. Khan), in: Aging in Asia, edited by Powell, JL and Cook, IG., Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York.
https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=23_29&products_id=101 45&osCsid=6f863b7e080a5283079becb238a13b27  
 
4.  2009  Future Ageing in Southeast Asia: Demographic Trends, Human Capital and Health Status.  (Wolfgang  Lutz,  Samir  K.C.,  Hafiz  T.A.  Khan,  Sergei  Scherbov  and  George Leeson),  in:  Older  Persons  in  Southeast  Asia:  An  Emerging  Asset,  edited  by  Arifin,  E.N. and Ananta, A. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. 
http://bookshop.iseas.edu.sg/ISEAS/Book.jsp?cSeriesCode=BM374&cCategoryType=
 
5.  2007  Research  Methods  for  Graduate  Business  and  Social  Science  Students  (J.  Adams, Hafiz  T.A.  Khan,  R.  Raeside,  &  D.  White),  London:  Sage  Publishers,  September,  ISBN: 9780761935896
http://www.sagepub.co.uk/booksProdDesc.nav?contribId=626719&prodId=Book231962   
 
6.  2003  Migration and the "Asian" Family in a Globalising World: A Selective Review, Pp. 10-33 (T. Wong, E.K. Ng, B.S.A. Yeoh & Hafiz T.A. Khan) in: Researching Migration and the  Family,  edited  by  J.  Pflegerl,  S.  Khoo,  B.  S.A.  Yeoh  and  V.  Koh,  Asian  MetaCentre, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore. ISBN: 981-04-5637-9,  http://www.populationasia.org/Publications.htm
 
7.  1998  A  Study  on  the  obstetric  related  gynecological  condition  among  post-menopausal women in Bangladesh (Afroza Begum and Hafiz T.A. Khan), ENHR,B, BRAC. 
 
Reviewed Working Papers:
 
1  2010  Insights for Singapore‟s Re-employment  Legislation:  Evidence  from  the  Future  of Retirement Survey 2006, Middlesex University Discussion Paper Series #141, April (Helen Ko and Hafiz T.A. Khan)
http://www.mdx.ac.uk/research/areas/economics/pics/papers/index.aspx 
 
2  2010  Attitudes Towards Bearing the Cost of Care in Later Life: Evidence from the HSBC Global Ageing Study on the Future of Retirement, Middlesex University Discussion Paper Series #138, March (Hafiz T.A. Khan & George Leeson)
http://www.mdx.ac.uk/research/areas/economics/pics/papers/index.aspx   
         
 
3  2009  Age and Gender Differences in Grandchildren‟s Relations with their Maternal Grandfathers  and  Grandfathers.  Oxford  Working  Paper  Series  209,  February  (Mann,  R., Khan, H.T.A. & Leeson, G.W.) 
http://www.ageing.ox.ac.uk/publications/working-papers
 
4  2009  Health  Behaviours  Among  Older  and  Younger  Workers  with  Chronic  Illness. Oxford  Working  Paper  series  109,  January  (F.  Munir,  Hafiz  T.A.  Khan,  J.  Yarker,  C. Haslam,  M.  Bains  and  K.  Kalawsky)    http://www.ageing.ox.ac.uk/publications/working-papers
 
5  2007  Future Ageing in South-East Asia: Demographic trends, Human Capital and Health Status,  Interim  Report  IR-07-026,  IIASA  (Wolfgang  Lutz,  Samir  KC,  Hafiz  T.A.  Khan, Sergei Scherbov & George Leeson), 
http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Admin/PUB/Documents/IR-07-026.pdf 
 
6  2007  How well did past UN Population Projections anticipate demographic trends in six Southeast Asian countries? Oxford Institute of Ageing Working Paper #507 (Hafiz T.A. &
Wolfgang Lutz),  http://www.ageing.ox.ac.uk/files/workingpaper_507.pdf 
 
7  2007  The  Ageing  Scottish  Population:  Trends,  Consequences  and  Responses,  Oxford Institute  of  Ageing,  Working  Paper  #207,  University  of  Oxford  (R.  Raeside  &  Hafiz  T.A. Khan), 
http://www.ageing.ox.ac.uk/files/workingpaper_207.pdf
 
8  2003  A  Comparative  Analysis  of  the  Accuracy  of  the  United  Nations‟  Population Projections  for  Six  Southeast  Asian  Countries,  IIASA  Interim  Report  IR-03-015,  April (Hafiz T.A. Khan),
http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Publications/Documents/IR-03-015.pdf  
 
9  2002  MBA:  Management  Research,  Module  Number:  NB  71769,  Napier  University Business  School  (Robert  Raeside,  John  Adams  &  Hafiz  T.A.  Khan),
www.nubs.napier.ac.uk
 


Articles in Conference Proceedings, Non-refereed Journals & Magazines:
 
1  2010   The  Effect  of  Self-Rated-Health  (SRH)  on  the  Quality  of  Life  (QoL)  of  Older Adults  across  the  World.  Proceedings  of  the  Tenth  Islamic  Countries  Conference  on Statistical  Sciences  (ICCX-X),  volume  I,  page  45-69  (Hafiz  T.A.  Khan  and  George  W. Leeson)
 
2  2008   Importance  of  technology  in  an  ageing  society:  some  unavoidable  global  aspects. Connetion 28, April, The Newsletter of the EU-Hitachi Science & Technology Forum,  
http://www.hitachiforum.eu/Connextion/index.html
 
3  2006   “Measuring  Impact  of  Commonwealth  Fellowship”,  Page  9,  Commonwealth Scholarships news: Promoting learning, development and co-operation, Issue 1, September, 
http://www.csfp-online.org/alumni/pdf/CSNews_Issue1_v5_CMYK.pdf
 
4  2006   Brief  report  of  the  RSS  seminar on „Measuring Social Inequalities: Approaches, problems and solutions‟, Generations Review 16 (2):37

 

5  2006   Summary  report  of  Radical  Statistics  Group  annual  conference  held  at  Hathersage, Derbyshire, 
http://www.radstats.org.uk/conf2006/summary-khan.pdf 
 
6  2002  Family  &  Migration  Training  Report  on  Methodological  issues  in  Family  and Migration  Research,  19-26  April,  Singapore,  organized  by  The  Asian  MetaCentre  for Population  and  Sustainable  Development  Analysis,  National  University  of  Singapore, http://www.populationasia.org/Events/2001/Event_190401/Report_Mthd_Isse_Fam_Mign_
Rsch.pdf
 
7  2001  PDE Training Report on Methods of Systems Analysis for Studying and Forecasting Population-Environment Interactions, 13-24 November, Bangkok, organized by The Asian MetaCentre  for  Population  and  Sustainable  Development  Analysis,  National  University  of Singapore. CAS Update (ISSN No. 0129-4180), April 2001, Page 9, 
http://www.populationasia.org/Events/2000/Event_131100/Report_Mthd_%20SysAna_Std ygFrcstg_PopnEnvn_Intrctn.pdf
 
8  1998  A  study  on  the  obstetric  related  gynaecological  condition  among  post-menopausal women,  sponsored  by  the  Essential  Health  Research,  Bangladesh  (ENHR,B),  September 1998 (with A Begum).
 
9  1993  Influences  of  Selected  Socioeconomic  Variables  on  Fertility:  A  Multivariate Analysis, Proceedings of the Fourth National Statistical Conference, Bangladesh Statistical Association, Dhaka, Bangladesh (with S.M.S. Islam)
 
10  1993  Birth  Spacing  in  Bangladesh:  Pattern  and  Differentials,  Working  Paper,  Number  4, Statistical  Research  Unit  (SRU),  University  of  Dhaka    (M.M.  Islam,  M.N.  Islam  &  Hafiz T.A. Khan)
 


Submitted Manuscripts:
 
  Does social support influence elderly health outcome across the world, Submitted to Journal of Population Ageing (Khan, H., Flynn), May 2013.
 
  The  effect  of  self-rated-health  on  the  quality  of  life  of  adults  across  the  world  –  Evidence from  the  2006  global ageing survey “The Future of Retirement” Applied  Research  in Quality of Life (Khan, H.T.A. and Robert Raeside), July 2013 (Major revision is underway)
 
  Climate change and public health nexus. Disasters. (Russell Kabir, Hafiz Khan, Emma Ball and Kay Caldwell), 2013


 
 Article Under Preparation:
 
  Cross national differences in attitudes to the age and age of retirement: The HSBC Future of Retirement Global Ageing Survey 2005 (with G. W. Leeson), 2013
 
  Women‟s participation in Economic activities in Bangladesh. (Khan, H., Rahman, T, Kabir, A.) 2013.

 


Conference Papers: 

 

Conference Papers / Seminars: 

 

2012  Understanding  intergenerational  support  across  the  world,  International  conference jointly  organised  with  the  Bangladesh  Bureau  of  Statistics  annual  meeting  at  the University of Dhaka, 27-29 December. 
  
2012  Attitudes  to  old  age  and  retirement  age:  A  cross-country  comparison,  ICCS12 conference held at Qatar University 19-22 December.  
 
2012  Dynamics  of  socio-demographic  changes  in  the  GCC  countries,  ICCS12  conference held at Qatar University 19-22 December.  
 
2012  Long-term care needs in Arab world, ICCS12 conference held at Qatar University 19-22 December.  
 
2011  Intergenerational  relationship  across  the  world,  Departmental  seminar,  Middlesex University, 28 June.  
 
2010  Attitudes  Towards  Old  Age  and  Retirement  Age  Across  the  World:  Findings  from  the Global  Ageing  Survey,  The  First  International  Conference  on  Statistics  at  Dhaka University 26-28 December.  
 
2010  Intergenerational Relationship in Asia and Europe. Paper presented  at “Changing Intergenerational  Relationships  as  Europe  and  Asia  Age”  Workshop  organised  at University of Oxford, 9-10 December.  
 
2010  Attitudes Towards Old Age and Age of Retirement across the World. Invited speaker at Elders Conference organised at Middlesex University in London, 1st July.  
 
2010  Re-employment  of  Older  Workers  in  Singapore:  Preliminary  Insights.  Paper  Presented by Helen Ko at the 4th Symposium on Work Ability: Age Management during the Life Course, Tampere, Finland (June 2010), (Ko H and Khan HTA). 
 
2009  Population Ageing and its Impacts on Socio-Economy across the World. Seminar given at  the  College  of  Commerce  &  Economics,  Sultan  Qaboos  University,  Oman,  28 th December.  
 
2009  The  Effect  of  Self-Rated-Health  (SRH)  on  the  Quality  of  Life  (QoL)  of  Older  Adults across  the  World.  Paper  presented  at  the  10 th Islamic  Countries  Conference  on Statistical Sciences held at the American University in Cairo, December 20-23.  
 
2009  Attitudes  Towards  Old  Age  and  the  Age  of  Retirement  Across  the  World.  Edinburgh Napier University Business School Seminar Series, 05 November, Scotland. 
 
2009  Determinants of Self Appraisal of Health Status Among Older Adults in  Malaysia and Singapore: Findings from the Future of Retirement Survey 2007‟.    Paper  presented  at the 25th ASEASUK Conference 11-13 September, Swansea University, UK. 
 
2009  Differences  in  Age  of  Retirement  Across  the  World.  Paper  presented  at  the  MUBS Interdisciplinary  conference  held  at  Hendon  Campus,  Middlesex  University,  London, 20 th May. 
         
 
2009  Managing  Chronic  Illness  at  Work:  An  Exploratory  Investigation  on  the  UK Employees.  Paper  presented  at  the  14th International  conference  of  the  APPAC (Association of Psychology & Psychiatry for Adults & Children) held at Athens, May 5-8. 
 
2008  Attitudes  Towards  Bearing  the  Cost  of  Care  in  Later  Life:  Evidence  from  a  global survey Invited speaker at the Radical Statistics Annual Conference held in Edinburgh, 1 March. 
 
2007   Factors Affecting Intergenerational Financial, help and care transfers: Evidence from a global ageing survey, Paper presented at the NSC-IIAS conference entitled “Public and private old-age security arrangements in Asia and Europe”, 5-7 September, Den-Haag, the Netherlands (Leeson, GW & Khan, H.T.A)
 
2005  Is  Ageing  an  Emerging  Demographic  Issue  in  Bangladesh?  Paper  presented  at the Oxford Institute of Ageing, 27 October. 
 
2005  Determinants  of  Health  Status  of  the  Elderly  in  Bangladesh.  Paper  presented  at  an international  conference  on  Mainstreaming  ageing  in  health  systems  and  rural development, November 28-30 (with I.M. Shafiqul Kalam)    
 
2004  The  Ageing  Scottish  Population.  Paper  presented  at  the  Canadian  Population  Society annual conference held at the University of Dalhousie, Halifax, June 1-5, 2003 (with R. Raeside)
 
2003  Maternal Mortality in Bangladesh: Levels, Trends and Differentials. Paper presented at Maternity Hospital, Aberdeen, UK on 13 September. 
 
2002  A Comparative Analysis of the Accuracy of the United Nations‟ Population Projections for  Six  Southeast  Asian  Countries.  Napier  University,  Employment  Research  Institute Seminar, 11th December. 
 
1999  Modelling  Contraceptive  Prevalence  and  Adopting  Family  Planning  Services  in Bangladesh:  A  Hierarchical  Approach  (with  E  M  N  Kalam).  Paper  presented  at  the Sixth Islamic Society of Statistical Sciences (ISOSS) conference held at the University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan, 27-31 August 1999. 
 
1996  The Use of Neural Nets in Demographic Survey Analysis. Paper presented to the British Society  for  Population  Studies  conference  held  at  St.  Andrew  during  2-5  September (with R Raeside)
 
1995  Factors  Influencing  the  Probability  of  Birth  in  Urban  and  Rural  Bangladesh.  Paper presented  to  the  Third  International  Congress  on  Industrial  and  Applied  Mathematics
conference held at Hamburg, Germany during 3-7 July (with R Raeside)
 
1995  Determinants of Fertility in Bangladesh, Poster presented at the Postgraduate Research Students annual conference held at Napier University, August
 
1995  A  Multilevel  Modelling  Approach  to  the  Determinants  of  Urban  and  Rural  Fertility Rates  in  Bangladesh.  Paper  presented  to  the  British  Society  for  Population  Studies annual conference held at Brighton, UK during 30 August-1 September
                                     
1995  Rural-Urban  Fertility  Differences  in  Bangladesh.  Paper  presented  at  Development Studies Association Scotland study  group one day  conference at University of Paisley, UK. 11 November
 
1994  A Comparative Analysis of Fertility in Bangladesh, Poster presented at an International Conference of the Royal Statistical Society held  at the University of Newcastle during 14-16 September (with R Raeside)
 
 PhD/DProf Supervision:

 
  (Director of Studies) Adult Numeracy  and the Conversion to the  Euro in Slovak Republic, Jana Kubascikova-Mullen (Successful completion: viva examination held on 9 July 2013)
 
  (Director  of  Studies)  The  Effects  of  Climate  Change  on  Human  Health  in  Bangladesh, Russell Kabir (to be completed by April 2015)
 
  (Second  Supervisor)  An  Investigation  to  Human  Resource  Management  into  the  Rapidly Growing  Garment  Sector  in  Bangladesh,  (Taslim  Ahamad),  stating  session:  September 2012
 
  (Second  Supervisor)  Hedging  or  Speculation:  Non-financial  firms  in  developed  countries, (Syed Ehsan Mahmud), stating session: September 2013
 
 
Supervision of Masters Dissertation:
 
2011  „Climate  Change  and  Its  Impact  on  Human  Health  in  Bangladesh’,  written  by  Russell Kabir,  MSc  in  Research  Methods  for  Business  and  Management,  September  2011. Thesis submitted to Middlesex University Business School.
 
2011  „Factors Affecting HIV/AIDS Related Knowledge and Attitudes in India’, written by Carol Mancy Dsilva, MSc in Research Methods for Business and Management, September 2011. Thesis submitted to Middlesex University Business School. 
 
2005  „A  Study  on  Some  Selected  Socioeconomic,  Demographic  and  Health  Related  Factors  of Ageing in Bangladesh’, written by I.M.S. Kalam, MS, session 2000-2001. Thesis submitted to the Department of Statistics, University of Dhaka.
 
2005  Utilization of Maternal Health Care Services in Bangladesh, written by  M. A. Azim, MS, session 2000-2001. Thesis submitted to the Department of Statistics, University of Dhaka.
 
2000  Reproductive  Health  Status  of  Married  Adolescents  in  Bangladesh,  written  by  M.B.H. Bhuiyan.  M.    Sc.  session  1996  -  97.  Thesis  submitted  to  the  Department  of  Statistics, University of Dhaka.
 
1999   Modelling  Contraceptive  Prevalence  and  Adaptation  of  Family  Planning  Services  in Bangladesh: A Hierarchical Approach,  written by  E.M.N. Kamal, M.Sc.  session 1995-96.
Thesis submitted to the Department of Statistics, University of Dhaka.
 

1999   Effects  of  Mass  Media  Exposure  on  Reversible  Methods  of  Contraception  in  Bangladesh, written  by  M.Z.  Hossain,  M.Sc.  session  1995-96.  Thesis  submitted  to  the  Department  of Statistics, University of Dhaka.
 
1998   Effects of Communication in Achieving Goals of Family Planning Programs in Bangladesh: A  Study  on  Innovative  Communication  Approach  Jiggasha,  written  by  M.W.  Hossain, M.Sc.  session  1994-95.  Thesis  submitted  to  the  Department  of  Statistics,  University  of Dhaka.


 
 EXTERNAL EXAMINING: (5 PhD, 2 MPhil, 1 MSc by research)
 
  External PhD examiner in Applied Statistics, Thesis title: “Non-parametric  computing  risks with multivariate frailty models”, (Emad Masuadi), School of Science and Technology, Oxford Brookes University, UK, 10 April 2013.  
 
  External examiner in MSc by Research, Thesis title: “The  Relationship  between  Health  and Work based Training: Insights from a statistical analysis of the Labour Force Survey”, (Ranya Ali), Employment Research Institute, The Business School, Edinburgh Napier University,UK, 28 November 2012.  
 
  External PhD examiner in Development Studies, Thesis title: “Dynamics  of  Urban  Poverty  in Bangladesh”,  (Mohammed  Abu-Eusuf),  School  of  Environment  and Development,  The University of Manchester, UK, 31 October 2012.  
 
  External PhD examiner in Statistics, Thesis title: “Study on  Women’s Nutrition, Breastfeeding and Reproductive Behaviour in Bangladesh”, (Md. Shahjahan Mazumder), Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST), Bangladesh, 27 August 2012.  
 
  External PhD examiner in Statistics, Thesis entitled “The  Development  of  a  Holistic  and Quantitative  Tool  for  the  Assessment  and  Improvement  of  Survey  Quality“, (Tao Chen), Edinburgh Napier University, UK, March 2011.
 
  External  DPhil  examiner  in  Gerontology/Demography,  Thesis  entitled  “Reinforcement  of Income  Inequality  in  Later  Life”, (Chul-Hoi  Koo),  Oxford  Institute  of  Population  Ageing, University of Oxford, UK, June, 2010.
 
  External MPhil examiner in Statistics, Thesis entitled “Early Versus Traditional Postoperative Nutritional  Provision  in  Gastrointestinal  Resectional  Surgery  Patients:  A  Meta-Analysis”, (Emma  Jane  Osland),  Department  of  Mathematics  and  Computing,  University  of  Southern Queensland, Australia, 2009.  
 

  External  MPhil  examiner  in  International  Development, Thesis entitled “Negotiating  New Vulnerabilities: The Impact of Economic Liberalisation on the Elderly Bengali Urban Middle-Class  in  Kolkata,  India”,  (Diya  Dutta),  Department  of  International  Development,  Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford, UK, 2007.

  ESRC  Project  (Grant:  £100,000).  Applying  the  Capabilities  Approach  to  Career Development to Work to Retirement Transitions. Dr. Matt Flynn (PI), Dr. Uracha Chatrakul Na Ahudhya, Dr. Hafiz T.A. Khan, 2012. 

  ILO  project  (Grant:  $10,000).  Review  paper  on  maternity  protection  in  SMEs  and productivity  Global  Product  “Improving  Working  Conditions  and  Safety,  Skills  and Productivity,  Professor  Suzan  Lewis  (PI),  Dr.  Hafiz  T.A.  Khan  (research  team  member), 2013. 

  Research  grant  award  (£2,000)  from  the  Great  Britain  Sasakawa  Foundation,  London  to establish  research  collaboration  among  Middlesex,  Oxford  and  Tokyo  Universities  on  the issue of ageing populations between the UK and Japan (Grant Reference No: 3568) , May 2009. (PI: Dr. Hafiz Khan and Co-PI: Dr. Ikuko Sugawara)

  Small research  grant award (£1,500)  from the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese  Foundation,  London to conduct comparative ageing situations between Japan and the UK (Grant Reference No: 7166/7614), December 2008 (PI: Dr. Hafiz Khan and Co-PI: Dr. Ikuko Sugawara)
 
  Essential  Health  Research,  Bangladesh  (ENHR,B)  and  BRAC  Research  Project  (Grant: 150,000 TK) “A  Study  on  the  obstetric  related  gynecological  condition  among  post-menopausal women in Bangladesh” September 1998 (PI: Afroza Begum and Co-PI: Hafiz T.A. Khan). 

 

RESEARCH CONSULTANCY:
 
  Visiting  consultant  (24-29  December  2009)  in  the  Department  of  Operations Management  &  Business  Statistics,  College  of  Commerce  and  Economics,  Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman.

 RAND Scholarship 2007:  
 
  For  attending  RAND  Summer  Institute  in  Ageing,  11-14  July,  2007,  Santa  Monica, USA. 
 
 The Commonwealth Fellowship (2005-2006): 
 
  The  Oxford  Institute  of  Population  Ageing,  Department  of  Sociology,  University  of Oxford, England, UK
 
 The Wellcome Trust Post-Doctoral Fellowship (2000-2001):
 
  Population  Centre,  The  International  Institute  for  Applied  Systems  Analysis  (IIASA), Austria   

  Asian MetaCentre, The National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore
 
 PhD Scholarship (1993-1996): 
 
  Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland, UK
 
 University Grants Commission Scholar (1986):
 
  For obtaining highest marks among Science Faculty Students, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
 
REF 2014:
 
  Selected for REF entry as part of the Social Work and Social Policy Unit of Assessment coordinated  by  the  Joint  Schools  of  Law  and  Health  and  Education  Committee, Middlesex University London, UK.

 

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION/AWARDS:
 
  Professional recognition of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), UK, 2012
  Community Champions Oxfordshire, UK,  2007

 Demographer,  Centre  for  Research  into  the  Older  Workforce  (CROW),  Middlesex University Business School, London, UK (September 2012 to present)
 
  Visiting Research Fellow, The Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, University of Oxford, UK (January 2009 to present)
 
  Advisor, The Britannia University, Comilla, Bangladesh (July 2012- 15 July 2013)
 
  International  Advisor,  Daffodil  International  University  (DIU),  Dhaka,  Bangladesh  (From 24 September 2012 to present
 
  QEH  Associate,  Department  of  International  Development,  Queen  Elizabeth  House, University of Oxford, UK, (November 2008 to present)
 
  Visiting Research Member, Exeter College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, (April 2006 - present)
 
  Academic Associate (registered) of the Higher Education Academy, UK (9 November 2011 to 2013)

  Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK (20 February 2012 to present)
 
  Trustee,  Sir  William  Beveridge  Foundation,  London,  UK,  (From  15  October  2009  to present)
 
  Trustee, Majlish Homecare Services, London, UK (From 15 October 2009 - present)
 
  Local  Authority  Governor,  The  Cherwell  School,  Oxford,  UK  (09  November,  2009  to present)
 
  Community Champions Oxfordshire, UK, (September 2008 to present)
 
  Founding  Chair,  Multi-Community  Research  Initiative  (MCRI),  Oxford,  UK  (March  2008 to present)

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP:
 
  Member, UK Radical Statistics Group (2008-). 
  Global Development Network (GDNet) (2008-)
  Asian Population Association (2009-)
  Bangladesh Statistical Association, Dhaka, Bangladesh (1991-)
  Bangladesh Association of Scientists and Scientific Professions (1991-)
  Bangladesh Association for the Advancement of Science (1991 - )
  Islamic Countries Society of Statistical Sciences (2010-)
  Academic Associate of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), UK (2012 -)
  Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), UK (2012 -)
  EU Hitachi Science and Technology Forum, Belgium (2007 -)

  Member, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust (2012-)

Full-time Positions
 

At present: Professor of Public Health, The University of West London, St Mary’s Road, Ealing, London W5 5RF, UK
 
 
01/2016-Present: Reader in Statistics (Professor without a Chair), School of Health Sciences, Birmingham City University, UK

09/2012 - 30/05/2016:    Senior  Lecturer in Applied Statistics, Department of Sociology & Criminology, Middlesex University London, UK

09/2012 - Present:    Senior  Lecturer in Applied Statistics, Department of Economics  and International Development, Middlesex University London, UK
 
01/2009 – 08/2012:    Senior  Lecturer in Applied Statistics, Department of Economics  and  

04/2006 - 12/2008:     Research Fellow in Demography (Assistant Professorship in terms of academic  standing),  The  Oxford  Institute  of  Population  Ageing,
Department of Sociology, University of Oxford, UK 
 
01/2005 - 08/2007:    Professor in Statistics, Department of Statistics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
 
11/2000 - 12/2005:   Associate  Professor,  Department  of  Statistics,  University  of  Dhaka, Bangladesh
 
10/2002 - 03/2003:   Visiting  Researcher,  Centre  for  Mathematics  and  Statistics, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland, UK
 
01/2001 - 09/2001:   Research  Fellow,  Asian  MetaCentre  for  Population  and  Sustainable Development  Analysis,  The  National  University  of  Singapore, Singapore
 
06/2000 - 12/2000:    Research Scholar, Population Unit, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Austria
 
11/1996 - 10/2000:   Assistant  Professor,  Department  of  Statistics,  University  of  Dhaka, Bangladesh
 
10/1993 - 07/1996:   PhD  Student,  Edinburgh  Napier  University,  Scotland,  UK  (Taken study  leave  from  Department  of  Statistics,  University  of  Dhaka, Bangladesh)  


03/1991 - 09/1992:   Lecturer in Statistics, Department of Statistics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

 

 

Part-Time / Honorary Positions:
 
  APPRA Co-ordinator,  Asia-Pacific Population Research in Ageing (APPRA), Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, University of Oxford, UK (April 2006 to March 2010)
 
  Fall  2004-Spring  2005:  Visiting  faculty,  BRAC  University,  Eastern  University  and  Daffodil International University (DIU), Dhaka, Bangladesh
 
  Spring 2002: Visiting faculty, Business School at BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh 

  October 2002–March 2003: Visiting faculty, Centre for Mathematics and Statistics, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland, UK
 
  Spring 1998-Summer 2000: Visiting faculty, Department of Computer Science at North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh 
 
  September  1993-June  1996:  Temporary  part-time  Lecturer,  Department  of  Mathematics  and Statistics, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland, UK

 

OTHER EXPERIENCES:
 
  Plenary  speaker  at  “Workshop  on  statistical  methods  and  applications”  organised  by Department of Statistics, Comilla University, Bangladesh, 8th January 2013
 
  Guest Lectures on “Impacts  of  population  ageing  on  Socio-economic  situations:  A  global perspective” at the  Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Qatar  University,  Doha 20 December 2012
 
  Invited Speaker at the ICC12 Conference held at Qatar University, Doha, 20 December 2012
 
  Guest Lectures on “Quantitative Methods in Business Research” at the American International University in Bangladesh (AIUB), Dhaka, 28 July 2012
 
  Worked as Governor, St. Nicholas‟ Primary School, Marston, Oxford, UK (January 2008 to January 2012), www.st-nicholas-oxf.oxon.sch.uk/governors.html
 
  Worked  as  Trustee  at  Oxfordshire  Community  and  Voluntary  Action  (OCVA)  (2009-2011),
http://www.oxnet.org.uk
 
  Guest Lectures on “The Academic Programmes of Middlesex University in London” and “Our Responsibility to the Aged People in Bangladesh” at  the  Asa  University  Bangladesh,  13 January 2011

  Organised and chaired an Invited session on “Demography and Population Ageing” at the 10th Islamic Countries Conference on Statistical Sciences held at the American University in Cairo, December 20-23. 2009
 
  Public Lecture on “Global Ageing Issues” at the University of Putra Malaysia, August 10, 2009
 
  Public Lecture on “Age of Retirement across the World” at the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology, Tokyo, August 7, 2009
 
  Chaired a special session on “Work Stress and Occupational Support” at the 14th International conference of the A.P.P.A.C held at Athens, May 5-8, 2009
 
  Conference organiser, 2009 Radical Statistics Conference and AGM at the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, University of Oxford, 7 March 2009
 
  Convenor,  OIA  seminar  series  on  Ageing  in  Asia,  Oxford  Institute  of  Population  Ageing, University of Oxford, Hilary Term (January-March), 2008
 
  Successfully  completed  a  month-long  MKOB  Community  Champions  Training  programme  (29th October – 26th November 2007) organised by Oxford City Council and Partners, UK
 
  Convenor,  OIA  seminar  series  on  Health  and  Social  Surveys,  Oxford  Institute  of  Population Ageing, University of Oxford, Michaelmas Term (October-December), 2006
 
  Academic  Visitor  at  Population  Studies  Centre,  Department  of  Sociology,  The  University  of Western Ontario, Canada, July-September 2005
 
  Successfully completed a job searching workshop in Toronto, Canada, June 4, 2003
 
  Participated  the  APN  workshop  on  Asian  Families  in  Transition  entitled  Migration  and  the “Asian Family” in a Globalising World held in Singapore from 16-18 April, 2001
 
  Chaired a session “Regional Perspective II” at the IUSSP/APN Meeting on Age  Structural Transitions and Policy Implications held in Phuket, Thailand, November 8-10, 2000
 
  Chaired a session (number 8) at the Sixth Islamic Countries Conference on Statistical Sciences held at University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan, 27-31 August 1999
 
  Chaired  a  session  Economics  and  Social  Sciences  at  the  Third  International  Congress  on Industrial and Applied Mathematics Conference held at Hamburg, Germany, 3-7 July 1995
 
  Gathered  experience  on  collection  and  data  analysis  of  data  in  the  field  of  demography  and public health
 
  Attended International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) conference held at Montreal, Canada, 24 August-1 September 1993
 
  Attended the First International Conference on Lifetime Data Models in Reliability and Survival Analysis held at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, June 15-17 June 1994

  Attended  the  British  Society  for  Population  Studies  annual  conference  held  at  Brighton,  UK during 30 August-1 September, 1995
 

  Attended an International Conference of the Royal Statistical Society held at the University of Newcastle during 14-16 September, 1994.  (with R Raeside)