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|Title||Making of a Nation Bangladesh: An Economist’s Tale|
|Publisher||The University Press Limited(UPL)|
|Edition||3rd Impression, 2013|
|Number of Pages||482|
ফ্ল্যাপে লিখা কথা
Professor Nurul Islam Provides a penetrating aznalysis of the evolving struggle of the Bengalis with Pakistan government's policies on economic issues that led to the birth of Bangladesh. HE also provides an insight into the important landmark economic policy issues during Bangladesh's formative years.
The Book begins by providing for the first time an insider's view of many little known aspect or subjects of economic debates and negotiations with Pakistan that caused the great divide between East and West Pakistan. He also examines in great detail the far reaching implications of Awami League's Six Point Program, Which was not fully understood by many at the time.
In his capacity as the Deputy Chairman of the first Bangladesh Planning commission he was not only intimately associated with but also had a unique insight into both the underlying rtionale, the process of decision making and of governance in those formative years.
The interpretation or assessment of some of these policy issues and developments remains a subject of considerable controversy. Professor Islam's analysis is seen as a major contribution to the debate which attempts to fill many gaps in facts and interpretation. In the concluding part of the book, he discusses a few policy issues of contemporaneous importance for Bangladesh in the light of the past and for the purposes of the future.
In his analysis of the major issues and incidents, he has drawn on his personal notes as well as on many hitherto unpublished reports, documents and communications, a few of which are reproduced in the book.
The Book will be particularly useful for students, teachers and policy makers as well as those interested in the political economy of nation building.
* Chapter 1 Prologue : An Economist in the Making
* Chapter 2 Concept of Two Economies : First Encounter With the Pakistani Establishment
* Chapter 3 Economic Disparity : Commissions and Panels
* Chapter 4 The Six-Points Program : Precursor to Independence (1966-71)
* Chapter 5 Exile and Independence
* Chapter 6 Planning Commission : Entry and Exit
* Chapter 7 Down the Memory Lane : Vignettes of Life in Government
* Chapter 8 The First-Five Year Plan : Was It Relevant?
* Chapter 9 Nationalization and All That
* Chapter 10 What Was It About the 1974 Famine?
* Chapter 11 Aid Relations of a New Country
* Chapter 12 Sharing Pakistan's External Debt Liability : An Example of Donor Pressure
* Chapter 13 Indo-Bangaldesh Economic Cooperation
* Chapter 14 Sojourn Abroad : New Perspectives
* Chapter 15 Institutions for Policy making for Development
* Chapter 16 Liberalising and Managing the Market
* Chapter 17 Unequal Partners in Development
* Chapter 18 Living with a Big Neighbour