DScE’s Entrepreneurial Economists Club arranged Round table conference on “Internationalization of Entrepreneurship for Employment”

On 9th February, 2018,Dhaka School of Economics (DScE)’s Entrepreneurial Economists Club arranged Round table conference on “Internationalization of Entrepreneurship for Employment”.

In the programme Chief guest was Dr. Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad, Chairman, Governing Council, DScE while main paper was presented by Dr.Moazzem Hossain,Associate Professor,Adjunct ,Griffith Business School ,Australia. Session Chair was Prof. Dr. Muhammad Mahboob Ali, Program Coordinator, Entrepreneurship Program. Special guests were Humaira Azam ,Additional Managing Director at Trust Bank Ltd. and Mohammad Hatem, Senior Vice President, Exporters Association of Bangladesh(EAB),Dhaka.

Dr.Moazzem Hossain argued that Govt. should work for implementing SDGs like MDGs where the country is role model. Gini coefficient of all over the world needs to improve so that poverty can be eradicated.

Dr. Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad argued that Dhaka School of Economics is trying hard to work in the line of Govt.’s desire through arranging Post Graduate Diploma in Enterprise Development and Master of Economics (Entrepreneurship Economics) programmes as well Bachelor of Entrepreneurship Economics (in future).He put emphasis on social justice and removing income inequality all over the world including Bangladesh.

Professor Muhamamd Mahboob Ali said Bangladesh Employment Policy -2019 should be framed towards Govt.’s vision and mission along with pro-people and social welfare.
Bangladesh Bank should come forward with a policy like Chinese Banking style in one stop services for entrepreneurs so that they can access to get start up fund, he argued.
Humaira Azam said that the most important factor for Bangladesh is to create quality health at the banking sector and Bangladesh bank is trying to improve the condition.

Mohammad Hatem observed that an integration of international business, entrepreneurship, and strategic management needs the intellectual and personal origins of the work for ‘international new ventures’ and ‘international entrepreneurship’ in the country where DScE can work as a connecting hub. Among others Rehena Parvin, Assistant Professor was present.