K.M. Nafiz Iftekhar Tulon
Flat #A, House#141/B, Khilgaon Chowdhury Para, Matir Mashjid
K.M Nafiz ifteakhar is anAssistant Professor in Institute of Health Economics, University of Dhaka. He obtainedhis Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from the Department of Economics, University of Dhaka with outstanding academic record. Though he is currently working as full time faculty member in Institute of Health Economics, University of Dhaka since 20 March of 2013, he started his carrier as Research Associate at South Asian Network on Economic Modeling (SANEM).
He teaches several courses in the under graduate level namely Econometrics, Introduction to Microeconomics, Public Finance, International Trade and Basic Statistics.His Teaching interests includes Micro Economics, Applied Econometrics, Statistics, Health Economics and International Economics.
- Emran, S.J. , Uddin, M.A. and Ifteakhar, K.M.N. (2015) “Exploring the unexplored: Determinants of creative industry”, The Dhaka University Studies, Vol.70, No.1, June 2013
- Ifteakhar, K.M.N., M.A. Uddin, and Emran, S.J., (2016) “Marginal Effect of Working Hour on Health and Choice between Labor- Leisure: Evidence from Rural Labor Force of Bangladesh”, Social Science Review, December, 2016
Book Chapter Publication:
Raihan, S., Ifteakhar, K.M.N and Angkur, M.T.N (2016). Dynamic of Employment in the Urban Informal Sector in Bangladesh. In Raihan, S. Editor (Ed.), Structural Change and Dynamics of Labor Markets in Bangladesh: Studies on Labor and Employment (First edition, pp. 53-61) Dhaka, Bangladesh: South Asian Network in Economic Modeling.
He was involved in several studies. Themain area of his research is poverty, food security, health economics, international trade, international labor migration, climate change and international finance. He has conducted an impact assessment study titled “Analyzing the Effectiveness of MFF-SGF Program on Household and Community Resilience to Climate Change in Bangladesh” as a co-principal investigator.He is currently involved in research project titled “Analysis of Investment Case, Use of Pool Fund and Current Local Level Planning for Improvement of Maternal and Child Health Care in Bangladesh” and his major tasks are to develop technical skills to operate Marginal Budgeting for Bottleneck(MBB) tool for IC Analysis, prepare draft questionnaire for baseline study and endline study, monitoring and supervision of data collection and assist in writing report & dissemination