Emerging as a Middle Income Country by 2021

Md. Mahmudul Hassan
2021 Bangladesh Journal of Public Administration (BJPA)  
This paper analyses few key macroeconomic issues and outlines the challenges that Bangladesh may face on its journey towards sustainable middle income county Bangladesh has experienced a steadv moderately higher macro-economic growth with stable income inequality at relatively higher level and recorded substantial reduction in poverty rate at national poverty measure and right track in achieving some MDGs in the past two decades. Despite such progressive development in socio-economic and human
more » ... economic and human development, Bangladesh has recorded a very low per capita income with higher unemployment, higher savingsinvestment gap and low capital deepening and economic density with higher ICOR. I Additional Secretary to the Government of Bangladesh and MDS, Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC), Sovar, Dhaka Banglndesh Jourrial ofPzthlic Adn~biistr.ation of market forces, ensuring responsive and inclusive governance can foster. the pace towards its journey.
doi:10.36609/bjpa.v22i2.169 fatcat:2ykpd7vt5jaipovh7bqsjghhtq