Md. Mahmudul Alam

Institute for Environment and Development, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia, and Integrated Education and Research Foundation, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Md. Mahmudul Alam is currently a postgraduate student and a Graduate Research Assistant at the Institute for Environment and Development (LESTARI), National University of Malaysia. He obtained an MA (Environment and Development) degree from National University of Malaysia (UKM), and a first class BBA (Hons.) degree in Finance & Accounting, and Economics from North South University, Bangladesh. Before joining the National University of Malaysia he worked with Grameenphone Limited, Dhaka, Bangladesh as the Head of CRM Operational Analysis, Commercial Division (Deputy Manager) from June 2006 to April 2009. He is attached to various professional and research organizations at various capacities including member, advisor and research fellow. A large number of his research papers has been published in reputable national and international journals including: The Journal of Developing Areas, International Journal of Business and Management, Journal of Economics and Finance, Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, and Challenge – The Magazine of Economic Affairs. He is also coauthor of Microentrepreneurship Development in Bangladesh: Achievements and Shortcomings (LAP Lambert), and Socioeconomic Study of Climate Change: An Assessment of Agriculture and Livelihood Sustainability on Paddy Farming in Malaysia (LAP Lambert). He has also presented papers at many international conferences including the venue at JFK School of Government, Harvard University. His research areas include development economics, investment and international economics. Contact email:

Biography Updated on 30 March 2011

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