Nobinkhor Kundu (on study leave)

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Nobinkhor Kundu (on study leave)

Associate Professor

Comilla University
Cumilla-3506, Bangladesh

nobinkundu@cou.ac.bd
+880 1911 662 226

Nobinkhor Kundu is currently a Ph.D. fellow in economics at Massey University, New Zealand. Mr. Kundu is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at Comilla University, Cumilla, Bangladesh (on leave). Kundu received the Bangladesh Prime Minister Fellowship (BPMF) in 2018 to carry out his postgraduate academic degree in international finance from the University of Dundee, United Kingdom, and has also achieved a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Economics from the University of Jahangirnagar, Bangladesh. Kundu has received professional training in economic forecasting, CGE modelling, and trade policy analysis. Kundu’s areas of interest are macroeconomic policy, trade, open macroeconomics, energy, and climate change issues. Kundu has worked quite extensively in applied economics, especially assessing the impacts of macroeconomic policies, trade modeling, remittance dynamics, and bank modeling using EVIEWS, STATA, R, and DEA analysis. Kundu conducted several workshops and trainings on forecasting techniques, data envelopment analysis (DEA), data management and application of Stata, and basic operations and application of Eviews. Kundu has twelve years of experience in teaching macroeconomics, international trade, and open macroeconomics at Comilla University and has conducted several research projects.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) fellow Massey University Economics (Trade) 2023
Masters of Finance University of Dundee International Finance 2020
Masters of Science Jahangirnagar University Economics 2010
Bachelor of Science (Hon's) Jahangirnagar University Economics 2008

Department of Economics, Comilla University, Bangladesh
Associate Professor
November 2020 - Present


Department of Economics, Comilla University, Bangladesh
Assistant Professor
May 2013 - November 2013


Department of Economics, Comilla University, Bangladesh
Lecturer
August 2010 - May 2010


Department of Economics, Bangladesh University of Business & Technology, Bangladesh
Lecturer
August 2009 - July 2009


[01] Kundu, N. and Khan, M. Z. S. (In Press).The Effect of COVID-19 on Student Performance in Tertiary Education: A Cross-sectional Study in Bangladesh. Journal of Educational Studies, University of Venda, South Africa.

[02] Kundu, N., Chowdhury, S. & Parven, S. (In Press). Measuring Efficiency of Financial Ratios of Private Commercial Banks' Performance: Empirical Evidence from Bangladesh.  Bank Parikrama- A Journal of Banking and Finance, BIBM, Bangladesh.

[03] Kundu, N. and Chowdhury, A. I. (2022).  Factors Affecting Quality of Universal Primary Education in Bangladesh: Evidence from Cumilla. The Jahangirnagar Review, Part-II: Social Science, Vol. 46, No. 2, pp. 62-79.

[04] Khan, M. Z. S., Kundu, N. and Yeasmin, N. K. (2021). Sustainable Quality of Life of Urban Slum Dwellers in Bangladesh: Evidence from Dhaka City. Chiang Mai University Journal of Economics, Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 62-76.

[05] Kundu, N., Munim, K. M. A. and Sultana, B. N. (2018). Effect of the Global Financial Crisis on Trade Balance of Bangladesh with BRICS Countries: A Static Panel Data Analysis. Bank Parikrama- A Journal of Banking and Finance, BIBM, Bangladesh. Vol. XLIII, No.1-4, pp. 135-157. ISSN: 1019-7044.

[06] Kundu, N. and Azim, NHM. A. (2017). What Drives Workers’ Remittances Flow of Bangladesh? A Dynamic Panel Data Analysis. The Jahangirnagar University Journal of Business Research, IBA-JU, Bangladesh. Vol. 19, No.1, pp. 29-51. ISSN: 1681-9748.

[07] Kundu, N., Chowdhury, A. I. and Arif, I. (2017). Testing Causality between Openness and Inflation Dynamics in Bangladesh, The Jahangirnagar Review, Part-II: Social Science, Vol. XXXVIII, 2014, pp. 229-242. ISSN: 1682-7422.

[08] Kundu, N. (2016). An Enquiry into the Sluggish Growth of Workers’ Remittance Determinants: A Case of Comilla, Journal of Economics and Business Research, "Aurel Vlaicu" University of Arad, Romania. Vol. XXII, No.1, pp. 152-167. ISSN 2068-3537.

[09] Kundu, N. (August, 2015). Bilateral Trade Balance of the Bangladesh with BRICS Countries: A Static Panel Data Analysis. Journal of Economics and Development, National Economics University, Vietnam.  Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 53-68.  ISSN 1859-0020. 

[10] Kundu, N. and Mollah, M. M. H. (2014). Empirical Approaches to the Post-Keynesian Theory of Demand for Money: An Error Correction Model of Bangladesh, Trade and Development Review, Jadavpur University, India. Vol. 7, Issue. 2, pp. 1-17. ISSN: 0974-4347.


[01] SAU Annual Economists’ Conference’ 2018; Paper titled: Should Bangladesh be integrated with Trans-Pacific Partnership? A Dynamic Panel Data Analysis, New Delhi, India. February 22-23, 2018.

[02] University of Calcutta Presents Research Scholars’ Workshop 2018; Paper titled: Does Technical Progress Affect the Flow of Workers’ Remittances in Bangladesh? Kolkata, India. February 14-15, 2018.

[03] SANEM Annual Economists’ Conference’ 2018; Paper titled: Indispensable to Factors Affecting Quality of Universal Primary Education: A Case of Comilla, at BRAC Centre Inn Auditorium, Dhaka, Bangladesh. February 17-18, 2018.

[04] SANEM Annual Economists’ Conference’ 2017; Paper titled: What Drives Workers’ Remittances Flow of Bangladesh? A Dynamic Panel Data Analysis, at BRAC Centre Inn Auditorium, Mohakhali, Dhaka. February 18-19, 2017.

[05] 4th Annual Banking Conference’ 2015; Paper titled: Workers’ Remittances of Bangladesh during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond: A Static Panel Data Analysis, at Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management, Dhaka, Bangladesh. November 22-23, 2015.

 

Attended  Conference, Workshops and Trainings:

  • Bay of Bengal Regional Trade and Connectivity Capacity Building Program for Bangladesh. Session 1-8 (40 hours). Organised by USAID and SANEM. 2022 (Virtual)
  • Workshop on Literature Search and Publication Strategies. Organised by School of Business and Economics, University Putra Malaysia. 2021 (Virtual)
  • How to Write a Scientific Manuscript for Publication: Format and Style. Organised by School of Business and Economics, University Putra Malaysia. 2021 (Virtual)
  • The Rebuilding Macroeconomics Second Annual Conference.  Organised by ESRC and NIESR, Museum of Mound, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. 2019
  • The 22nd Dynamic Econometrics Conference at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 2019
  • Ninth South Asian Training Program on CGE Modelling. Organised by SANEM, SAWTEE, and CWS. Coxes Bazar, Bangladesh. 2016


  • Analysis of Macroeconomics Variables, Economic Growth, Trade Models, Monetary Policy, Capital Flows, Exchange Rate Regimes, Emerging Market Economies, Energy, and Climate Change Issues.