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11. G M Suhrawardy (Gazi Sarwar)

GAZI MOHAMMAD SUHRAWARDY
Research Consultant

  • MSS in Economics
  • Expertise on agrarian and land questions; rural livelihood, agriculture and food security; and poverty, migration and development. Has track record of analyzing and triangulating large scale primary data and information
  • 15 years of research experience; provided consultancy services to the major UN agencies, international NGOs working, and government autonomous bodies in Bangladesh
  • Has number of research-based publications including two books on rural land market and agricultural practices in CHT
  • Deeply interested in evolution of macroeconomic thought and Keynesian Economics

Gazi Mohammad Suhrawardy, a post-graduate of Department of Economics, University of Dhaka, has been conducting socio-economic research and consultancy works since 2003 and engaged with around forty studies during his 15-years long research career. He has bounteous expertise in: Agrarian and Land Questions; Rural Livelihood, Agriculture and Food Security; and Poverty, Migration and Development. He has the convincing track record of analyzing and triangulating large scale primary data and information. Suhrawardy has provided consultancy services to most of the major UN agencies, international and national NGOs, and government autonomous agencies of Bangladesh. He has number of applauded research-based publications including a co-authored article on role of credit in food security and dietary diversity in internationally-acclaimed peer-reviewed journal of Economic Analysis and Policy; and two books as co-author (on rural land market; and agricultural practices in CHT). Another co-authored research book of Suhrawardy on ‘threats of contract farming and fixed rent leasing’ is going to be published soon.  One of his works on migration can be found in online: “Thematic Research on Migration and Development (IOM, 2017; web link https://goo.gl/VhVz6u). Apart from the development economics issues, he is deeply interested in evolution of macroeconomic thought and Keynesian Economics; and has started publishing articles on the issue in peer-reviewed professional journals. He was born in January 01, 1981 in Munshiganj, Bangladesh and currently lives in Dhaka.