Md. Abdus Salam
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University (BSMRAU), Gazipur-1706, Bangladesh.
Email: salamecon@bsmrau.edu.bd
Cell Phone: +8801912766919
Office: +88(02) 9205310-14 (Ext. 2275)
web: https://bsmrau.edu.bd/salamecon 

         

Present Position
Associate Professor
Department of Agricultural Economics
Faculty of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development
BSMRAU, Gazipur-1706
 

Biography

Education

PhD Candidate, Nagoya University, japan,
MS, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh (2005-2006)
Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics (Honours), Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh ( 2001 -2004)

Professional Experiences

Associate Professor, BSMRAU (From 2019)
Assistant Professor, BSMRAU (From 2013 to 2019)
Lecturer, BSMRAU (from 2011 to 2013) 
Scientific Officer, Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (From 2007 to 2011)

Research Interest

Agricultural Economics, Impact Analysis, Propensity Score matching, Productivity and Efficiency Analysis, Development Economics

Course Affiliation

Introductory Economics, Natural Resource Economics, Applied Econometrics (Undergraduate Level) 
Econometrics I, Agricultural Production Economics (Graduate level)

 

Publications

Year 2022
  1. Salam, M. A. (2022). Exploring the seasonal yield variability, production risk and efficiency: the case of rice farms in Bangladesh. Heliyon, 8(9), e10559. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2022.e10559
  2. Salam, M. A. (2022). Regional technical efficiency and technology gap differences: The empirical evidence from rice farms in Bangladesh, Economics Bulletin (Accepted)
Year 2021
  1. Salam, M. A., Sarker, M. N. I., & Sharmin, S. (2021). Do organic fertilizer impact on yield and efficiency of rice farms? Empirical evidence from Bangladesh. Heliyon, 7(8), e07731. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2021.e07731
Year 2020
  1. Sarker, M. N. I., Yang, B., Tingzhi, W., Chakrovorty, A., Salam, M. A., & Huda, N. (2020). Impacts of internal migration on poverty alleviation in Bangladesh. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies11(11), 1-8.
Year 2019
  1. Sarker, M. N. I., Islam, M. S., Ali, M. A., Islam, M. S., Salam, M. A., & Mahmud, S. H. (2019). Promoting digital agriculture through big data for sustainable farm management. International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies25(4), 1235-1240.
Year 2018
  1. Sarker, J. R., & Salam, M. A. (2018). Economics and variety adoption of tuberose: A farm level survey in Bangladesh, African Journal of Agricultural Research, 13(45), 2579-2586.
Year 2017
  1. Anik A.R. and Salam, M.A. (2017). Assessing and explaining vegetable growers’ efficiency in the south-eastern hilly districts of Bangladesh, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 22(4), 680-695. 
  2. A.R. Anik, M. A. Salam and S. Rahman (2017), Drivers of production and efficiency of onion cultivation in Bangladesh. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science, 23 (1): 34–41.
Year 2015
  1. AR Anik and MA Salam (2015), Determinants of adoption of improved onion variety in Bangladesh. Journal of Agriculture and Environment for International Development, 109(1):71-88.
  2. M. A. Salam and M. Kamruzzaman (2015), Comparative and competitive advantage of soybean cultivation in Noakhali and Laxmipur District of Bangladesh, Journal of Bangladesh Agricultural University. 13(2): 265–272, 2015. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3329/jbau.v13i2.28798
Others
  1. R A Begum, M A Salam and AKM Khairul Alam (2014), Socio-economic Impact of using Farm Machineries on Changing Livelihood pattern of the Agricultural Women Labourer in Northern Bangladesh. Journal of Bangladesh Rural Development Studies. 17(1):137-150.
  2. M. A. Salam and M. A. Monayem Miah (2013), Socio-Economic Assessment of Oilseed Crops Production in Bangladesh. Annals of BangladeshAgriculture. 17(1&2):241-262.
  3. M. A. Salam, M. A. Rashid and M. A. Muktadir (2012), Economics Assessment of Mustard and Groundnut Production in Selected Areas of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Agriculture. 37(1):1-10.
  4. M. A. Salam, M. M. H. Khurram, M.S Rahman, S.M. Moniruzzaman and S. Hossain (2011), The Economics of Sesame Production in Two Selected Areas of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Agriculture. 36(1):117-129.
  5. M A Monayem Miah, M Akter, M M H Khurram, M A Salam and M A Uddin (2010), Adoption of BARI Mustard Technology in Selected Areas of Bangladesh. Eco-friendly Agril. J, 3(3): 123-130.
  6. S. Rahman, M. A. Matin, S. Hossain, M. R. Karim and M. A. Salam(2010), An Economic Study of Mango Cultivation in Chapainawabganj and Dinajpur District of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Agriculture Research, 35(4): 621-630.
  7. S.M Moniruzzaman, S.A. Sabur, M. Mahbubul Islam, M.A Salam & M. Ali Alamgir (2009). Marketing Channels, Participant’s Characteristics and Functions of Intermediaries of Raw Jute Marketing from Farmers to Foreign Buyer. Bangladesh Journal of Jute and Fibre Research. 29(1-2): 47-57.
  8. Salam M. A, S.A Sabur, M.R Hasan, S.M. Moniruzzaman & R.A. Begum (2008), Fish Marketing System in Mymensingh District: The case of some commercial fish Farms. International Journal of Bioresearch. 4(1):61-69.
  9. Salam M. A, S.A Sabur, S.M. Moniruzzaman, R.A. Begum & M.R Hasan (2008), Economic Analysis of Commercial Fish Farm in Selected Areas of Mymensingh District, Bangladesh, International Journal of Bioresearch. 4(4):89-94.
  10. S.M Moniruzzaman, S.A. Sabur, M. Mahbubul Islam, M.A Salam & M. Ali Alamgir (2008). Raw jute marketing system in Bangladesh: An economic overview. International Journal of sustainable Agricultural Technology. 4(3): 62-68.
  11. M.S. Rahman, S. Rahman, M Akter A.N.M Mamun & MA Salam (2008), Upliftment of Rural Women Through Small Scale layer Farming in Selected Areas of Nilphamari District, International Journal of Bioresearch. 4(5): 57-61.