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Possible Technological Innovations for Industry 4.0 Practice in Furniture Industry of Bangladesh

Dewan Sabbir Ahammed Rayhan, Farid Ahmad
2021 Review of Industrial Engineering Letters  
Figure 1 shows the innovation trends of furniture industry of Bangladesh concerning time. Figure-1. Innovation trends of furniture industry of Bangladesh in different periods.  ...  Currently, Bangladesh is manufacturing a divergent amount of furniture domestically and has been able to achieve the major market share by providing the international standard quality.  ...  Acknowledgement: The corresponding author, Dewan Sabbir Ahammed Rayhan would like to acknowledge the co-author of this article Farid Ahamd (Assistant Professor, Institute of Appropriate Technology (IAT  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.71/2021.71.1.18 fatcat:52dvzfvdw5ddrp5hxkcj7t5n7q

"Uncovering the Saga of Bangladesh Paradox and its Relevance in Global Health Care Systems: Taking Inspiration from a Resilient Positive Deviant"

Irfan Majid Lone
2022 Biomedical Journal of Scientific & Technical Research  
levels, by recruiting thousands of new workers.  ...  Will this vigor continue to achieve better and more in health and other sectors, given the changing dynamics of its current leadership?  ... 
doi:10.26717/bjstr.2022.43.006949 fatcat:jcppt3i3sveuzexz5qafmgj7py

Business Environment in South Asia: Foreign-Owned Firms' Perspectives

Rahim Quazi, Sudhir Tandon
2018 International Business Research  
This study adds to our knowledge of factors that affect the dynamics of foreign capital inflow, which should be helpful in devising strategies to attract more foreign capital to developing countries.  ...  This paper studies the foreign-owned firms' (hereinafter, FOFs) perspectives about selected indicators of business environment in four South Asian countries - Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.  ...  India) offer formal training to their workers and most of the production workers are skilled workers in all four countries.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ibr.v11n7p1 fatcat:ykbpixpykfdh5pja6qfartfalq

Hot Spots Vs Balanced Score Card

Abdul Abyad
2011 Middle East Journal of Business  
Using the Delphi method to engage experts in the field, the intention in this paper is to offer a predictive growth model for small-firm growth.  ...  In this study, a consensus of a Delphi group for a proposed small business predictive model was used.  ...  Moreover, by acknowledging the speed of changes in technology, the owners of SMEs are required to consider the technological developments within their organisation by understanding the accounting information  ... 
doi:10.5742/mejb.2011.64099 fatcat:j74fwp3eureadmflcp3k7vhjne

Critically Engaging with Embedded Values through Constrained Technology Design

Dan Richardson, Bronwyn J. Cumbo, Tom Bartindale, Delvin Varghese, Manika Saha, Pratyasha Saha, Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, Gillian C. Oliver, Patrick Olivier
2022 Designing Interactive Systems Conference  
The rise of gig economy platforms has highlighted the impact platform and algorithm design can have upon workers' experiences.  ...  technology.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was a part of the Participatory Research and Ownership with Technology, Information and Change (PROTIC) II project, funded by the Empowerment Charitable Trust.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3532106.3533570 fatcat:m7hvl2casffc5iqq6h7gnj37ra

Review Of Jack Linchuan Qiu'S Goodbye Islave: A Manifesto For Digital Abolition (Urbana: University Of Illinois Press, 2016) [article]

Jenny Chan
2017 Zenodo  
Review of Jack Linchuan Qiu's Goodbye iSlave: A Manifesto for Digital Abolition, Urbana-Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2016, vii+ 230 pp, ISBN 978-0-252-08212-2, doi:10.1017/S0305741017000728  ...  , The China Quarterly, 230, June, pp. 533-35.  ...  Four years after the collapse of the Rana Plaza in Bangladesh in April 2013, and 165 years after the publication of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852), the call for an end to "digital abolition  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.999792 fatcat:v7xsgzsrzraozelzi5k7iobcuq

Challenges of Globalization: How Bangladesh Can Adapt Itself to Reap the Best Benefits in the 21st Century

Sharif Md Abul Hussain
2011 MIST Journal GALAXY (DHAKA)  
The result suggest that Bangladesh is not in comfort in coping with the winds of globalization, as it has less access to and use of different opportunities living at the margin in the hierarchies of global  ...  order with low technological base, poor infrastructures and governance in most arenas.  ...  The wage of workers in Bangladesh is the second cheapest in Asia.  ... 
doi:10.3329/mist.v3i0.8052 fatcat:vg2xndwmgjb7fiklcudyyz57su

Labor control regimes and worker resistance in global supply chains

Mark Anner
2015 Labor History  
The article explores these arguments by examining examples of apparel global supply chains in Vietnam, Bangladesh, and Honduras.  ...  are four times higher than in Bangladesh.  ...  The result in Bangladesh has been a weak and corrupt labor inspectorate and poor social protection. Workers cannot expect a solution to their most pressing concerns from the state.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0023656x.2015.1042771 fatcat:e4gv2nbknrhm3kdndnlwgtlaw4

The Bangladesh Economy: Navigating the Turning Point

Kaushik Basu
2021 Innovations Technology Governance Globalization  
the labor markets, the adoption of a flexi- Since the late 1970s Bangladesh has ble exchange rate regime, and trade liber- instituted  ...  Ordinary people with no training in THE CHALLENGE OF A the use of digital technology have sudden- POST-PANDEMIC  ... 
doi:10.1162/inov_a_00281 fatcat:2k5b42jdu5e6fbqtntre3ub3ti

Refugees, Migrants and the Bangladesh State: The Conundrum of Liberal International Order

2022 Journal of International Relations  
The end of the Cold War renewed optimism that states would embrace liberal principles for addressing the challenges to the survival, livelihood and dignity of people. 1 In reality, however, the 21 st century  ...  beholds protracted political crises, violent conflicts, persistent poverty and deadly pandemics disrupting the lives of millions, mostly in the non-western countries of the world.  ...  and global legal framework that Bangladesh has ratified in order to defend the rights of all migrant workers and their families by offering financial, legal, and technological assistance.  ... 
doi:10.56312/dujir15e1n2e10 fatcat:zm7plchjhrbwzedkrtdzd4b77e

Towards a Long Term Development Vision for Bangladesh: Some Socioeconomic and Legal Aspects

Md Abdul Jalil, Md Saidul Islam
2010 Asian Culture and History  
Drawing on some social and historical trajectories of the divergent contours of Asian development/ underdevelopment, the paper examines the state of development in Bangladesh.  ...  While the history of Bangladesh has witnessed various cultural nationalisms, the nation has failed to generate any unified economic nationalism since its independence in 1971.  ...  The current regime came to power with a great development vision, the slogans of which include "Digital Bangladesh" and "Din Bodol" (the Change) that captured the imagination of the young voters.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ach.v2n2p58 fatcat:ntm6ulslyfdvlp4rkspqtjvyfm

International Trade, Social Labelling and Developing Countries : The Case of Bangladesh's Garnments Export and Use of Child Labor

Debapriya Bhattacharya
1996 Schweizerisches Jahrbuch für Entwicklungspolitik  
technological capability.  ...  For example, if during 1971 75, the European Community adopted 7 trade monitoring measures against all countries which ended in adoption of a action, the figure rose to 97 by the period 198185.  ... 
doi:10.4000/sjep.1359 fatcat:fvsltam2s5avpp2qxwlfp5f2ne

International Trade, Social Labelling and Developing Countries : The Case of Bangladesh's Garnments Export and Use of Child Labor

Debapriya Bhattacharya
1996 Annuaire suisse de politique de développement  
technological capability.  ...  For example, if during 1971 -75, the European Community adopted 7 trade monitoring measures against all countries which ended in adoption of a action, the figure rose to 97 by the period 1981-85.  ... 
doi:10.4000/aspd.1520 fatcat:nrmzlp5pbvamhmby7a3pjnrg64

Complementarities between Operations and Occupational Health and Safety in Garments

Miguel Malek Maalouf, Peter Hasle, Jan Vang, Abu Hamja
2021 Sustainability  
We contribute to the debate by investigating the relationship between OHS and operational practices in 50 selected garment factories in the context of a developing country (Bangladesh).  ...  Organizations can contribute to building the capabilities of suppliers and balance the pressure of cost reduction with investment in OHS improvement.  ...  Acknowledgments: Special thanks go to colleagues from Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology who participated in the data collection (Amanullah, Sarwar Morshed, Lal Mohan Baral, Mohammad Abdul  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13084313 fatcat:xsasihp72nfifgqvmlaj2b4xty

Technological Change and Price Effects in Agriculture: Conceptual and Comparative Perspectives

Eleni Gabre-Madhin, Christopher B. Barrett, Paul Dorosch
2002 Social Science Research Network  
It then draws implications for the challenge of achieving a smallholder-led agricultural revolution in Africa in the context of market liberalization. ii TABLE OF CONTENTS  ...  This paper addresses the conceptual issues around the negative price effects of technological change on agricultural producers, explores price policy options vis-à-vis this problem, and reviews and compares  ...  The dynamics of adoption are therefore central to the distributional effects of technology adoption. Early adopters benefit, at least temporarily, while late adopters and non-adopters never benefit.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.601277 fatcat:yr33jim7njfnlbtxdrse2t7c7y
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