Dr. Md.  Akteruzzaman
Dr. Md. Akteruzzaman

Professor Contact No : 01716539485
Department of Agricultural Economics Email : drakteruzzaman2009@yahoo.com
Faculty of Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology
Master Of Science In Agric Econ. (Production Economics & Farm Management)    - 1987
Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh
Bangladesh
Doctoral Of Philosophy (Agricultural Economics    - 1998
Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
Japan
Bachelor Of Science In Agri. Economics (Honours)    - 1986
Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh
Bangladesh
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(1) Summary of activities performed relevant to the Assignment Teaching and research on agricultural economics. Consumption of Unsafe foods: Evidence from heavy metallic in different areas of Bangladesh (2) Adaptive research of Second Agricultural Sector Program Support (ASPS II) on Improvement of Integrated Farming Systems in Noakhali Region funded by DANIDA (3) Mid-term impact evaluation of conservation and improvement of native sheep through community farming and commercial farming by GoB. (4)Socio-Economic Study of the Public Private Partnership at Mohammadpur Live Bird Market, Dhaka, Bangladesh funded by FAO, Dhaka Bangladesh. (5)Millennium Development Goal Need Assessment and Costing with collaboration with General Economic Division, Planning Commission, Ministry of Planning, GoB, Dhaka, Bangladesh. (6)Mid-term Impact Evaluation Survey of Second Participatory Livestock Development Project (PLDP-II)” funded Asian Development Bank (ADB) implemented by PKSF, Bangladesh (7)Reviewing the Pilot Project of Triticale Production for Increasing Dairy production in Bangladesh” funded by DANIDA implemented by CIMMYT-Dhaka. (8)Baseline Survey Data Analysis and Report Writing of the project on Micro-Finance for Marginal and Small Farmers (MFSMF) funded by International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and implemented by PKSF, Bangladesh. (9)Consultancy work on “Study on Poultry/Poultry Vaccine Production, Marketing and Delivery System in Bangladesh” funded by Danish Technical Assistance (DTA), DANIDA Dhaka, Bangladesh and implemented by PPSU under Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock, GoB, Dhaka (10)Consultancy work on “Impact Evaluation of Fish Farmer Group under Greater Noakhali Aquaculture Extension Project (GNAEP) funded by Danish Technical Assistance (DTA), DANIDA Dhaka, Bangladesh. (11)Consultancy work on “Impact and Baseline Survey of Pro-Poor Initiatives through Greater Noakhali Aquaculture Extension Project (GNAEP) funded by Danish Technical Assistance (DTA), DANIDA, Dhaka, Bangladesh. (12)Consultancy work on “Market and Marketing of Farm Animal Genetic Resource (FAnGR) in Bangladesh for 45 days funded by UNEP-GEF/ILRI-FAnGR Asia Project, Bangladesh. (13)Sub-sector Analysis and Market Assessment” on Agricultural Machinery, Tool and Equipment Subsector in Jessore, Dinajpur and Bogra, Bangladesh for 20 days funded by REFPI, DFID, Dhaka Bangladesh and implemented by IDE, Dhaka, Bangladesh. (14)Community Based Integrated Technology Investigation for Drying Boro Paddy in Wet Season in Bangladesh” for 20 days funded by REFPI, DFID, Dhaka Bangladesh and implemented by RDRS, Rangpur, Bangladesh. (15)Teaching and research on agricultural economics. (16)Teaching and research on agricultural economics. (17)Teaching and research on agricultural economics. (18)Socio- economic research on livestock prods. & animal health (19)Conducted research on agricultural economics. (20)Data collection and processing
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A).    A fifteen days training  on "Research Planning and Evaluation" from 15 July 1991 to 29 July 1991 at Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute which was organized by Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council, Dhaka.

B).    An eleven days international training on "Environmental Impact Assessment" from 12 April 1993 to 22 April 1993 at Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council which was organized by Human Resource Development Program, Winrock International, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

C). Training on PRA Tools and Techniques.

D). Training on Writing a Good Research Proposal Funding from National and International Agencies.

E). Training on Project Cycle Management.

F). A three weeks Basic Course on Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Colombo, Sri-Lanka during June 12- July 5, 2004.

Lecturer
28 May, 1992 - 03 Jul, 1996
Professor
26 Jul, 2005 -
Associate Professor
25 Nov, 2000 - 25 Jul, 2005
Assistant Professor
08 Mar, 1996 - 24 Nov, 2000
Total Number:  37
 
  1. Alam, J., A. Malek, M. Akteruzzaman, and A. Rahman: 1991: A socioeconomic analysis of animals sacrificed on Eid–ul–Azha in 1990. The Jahangirnagar Economic Review, Vol. 6 (No.1) 87–97.
  2.  Alam, J., M. Kabir, Ziauddin Ahmed, A. Rahman, M. Akteruzzaman, and M. A. Malek:1992: Status of adoption of artificial insemination technique in Bangladesh. Jahangirnagar Review, Vol. 13–16 (Part A)131–143.
  3.  M. Akteruzzaman, M. A. S. Mandal, and M. T. H. Miah: 1993: Productivity and equity performance of deep tubewell irrigation under different management systems in Chandina thana of Comilla district. The Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. XVI (No.1): 77–88•
  4. Alam, J., M. Akteruzzaman, A. Rahman, and M. A. Sayeed:1993: The cost of semen production and the rate of conception for artificial insemination in cattle. Asian–Australian Journal of Animal Science, Vol.6 (No.1) 13–17.
  5. Alam, J., M. Akteruzzaman, A. Rahman, and Ziauddin Ahmed: 1994: Comparative performance of local and crossbred cows in Bangladesh. Indian Journal of Dairy Science, Vol. 47 (No. 2) 112–117.
  6. Rahman, M. M. and M. Akteruzzaman : 1994: Economics of milk production in the bathan areas of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol. 21 (No.1) 25–31.
  7. Alam, J., Ataur Rahman, Akteruzzaman, M.1998. Prospects of Artificial Insemination Technology in Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Journal of Livestock Research, Vol. 1-5 (1): 77-87.
  8.  M. Akteruzzaman and Tokihisa Doi :1997: Returns to Labour and income generation in cross–bred dairy farming in rural Bangladesh– A case study of Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee cattle distribution program. Economic Affairs, Vol. 42(1): 38–43.
  9. Akteruzzaman, M.:1997: Competitiveness of groundwater market in privatized shallow and deep tube–wells for diversified irrigation: An assessment, The Review of Agricultural Economics (Nokei Ronso), Vol. (53)165–77.
  10.  Akteruzzaman, M., Takumi Kondo, Fumio Osanami, and Tokihisa Doi :1997: New technology diffusion and inducements to institutional innovations in land and labor contract systems in agrarian Bangladesh, Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Vol. 67 (pt.1) 15–41.
  11.  M. Akteruzzaman, T. Kondo, F. Osanami, and T. Doi :1998: Structure of the groundwater market in Bangladesh: a case study of tubewell irrigation investment, International Journal of Water Resources Development, Vol. 14(1): 56–67.
  12.  M. Akteruzzaman and W. M. H. Jaim :1999: Market for Groundwater Irrigation in Bangladesh: The supply side, The Journal of Applied Irrigation Science, Vol. 34(2): 23-39.
  13. M. Akteruzzaman and W. M. H. Jaim .1999. The Impact of Privatization and Deregulation on New Technology Diffusion and Agricultural Growth Performance in Bangladesh – A Macro View, The Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. XXII (No.1): 51-62•
  14. S. S. Biswas, M. I. Hossain, M. S. Mazumder and M. Akteruzzaman. 2000. An Economic Analysis of Pond Fish Culture of BRAC in Some Selected Areas of Mymensingh District. Progressive Agriculturist, Vol.11(1&2):243-249.
  15. M. Aktetruzzaman, S. Akter and S. Begum. 2001. Agricultural Rehabilitation Credit Program in Bangladesh. Issues and Performance, Progressive Agriculturist, Vol.12(1&2):27-39
  16.  M. Akteruzzaman, M. A. Halim and Moniruzzaman.2001. Relative Profitability of Alternative Cropping Patterns Under Irrigated Condition in Some Selected of Barguna District. Bangladesh Journal of Training and Development. Vol. 14(1&2):31-38
  17.  Farhana Jahan, M. H. Rahman and M. Akteruzzaman. 2002. An Economic Analysis of Women Working in non-Farm Sector in a Selected Area of Kushtia District. The Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol XXV, No. 1. PP 77-88.
  18. M. A. Al-Mamun, M. Akteruzzaman and Hasnin Jahan. 2003. Comparative Profitability of Deep and Shallow Tube well Irrigation Technology: A Sensitivity Analysis, Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, Vol 1(1): 171-79.
  19. A.K.M. M. R. Golap, M. Akteruzzaman, S. Haque and M. M. Rahman. 2003. Comparative Performance of Some Selected Layer and Broiler Farms in Mymensingh District. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science & Technology, Vol. 1(2): 193-196.
  20. M. Akteruzzaman, F. Rahman, M. S. A. Khan, M. I. Hossain, F. H. Shikha and S. Rahman. 2003. An Economic Study of Shrimp Processing Farms in Some Selected Areas of Khulna District. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science & Technology, Vol. 1(1): 11-15.
  21. M. Akteruzzaman and Nurunnaher. 2003. An Economic study on productivity and equity performance of Power Tiller use in some selected areas of Mymensingh district. Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, Vol 1(1): 151-161.
  22. M. Akteruzzaman, A. S. M. F. Alam and Sadika Haque. 2004. Socio-economic and working conditions of the processing workers in shrimp processing plants in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Fisheries Science, Vol. 27 (Special Issue).
  23. M. Akteruzzaman and Jesmin Parvin. 2004. Drying of Paddy through Mechanical Dryer for Improving Farmers’ Income. The Bangladesh Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 20(1): 153-64.
  24. M.U. Ahmed, M. Akteruzzaman, M.S. Rahman and F.Khanam 2002-2003. Profitability and yield gaps of pond fish culture under different types of management. Bangladesh Journal of Agriculture, Vol. 27, 28:107-112
  25. M Akteruzzaman, A.S.M. F. Alam, S. Haque and I.Hossain 2004 Socioeconomic and working conditions of the processing workers in shrimp processing plants in south-west region of Bangladesh. Progressive Agriculture, Vol .15(2): 213-222
  26. M Akteruzzaman 2004. Irrigation-induced technical change and income distribution: A case study on irrigated village of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of progressive Science and Technology. Vol .2 (2):213-16.
  27. U. U. Aktar, M Akteruzzaman and M. M. Hossain. 2005. Livelihood analysis of the shrimp processing workers in Bangladesh. Progressive Agriculture, Vol. 16(1): 235-243
  28.  J. Alam, F. A. Huda, M. Akteruzzaman and N. I. Bhuiyan. 2005. Marketing of some selected secondary crop based processed products in Bangladesh. Progressive Agriculture, Vol. 16(1): 245-256
  29.  J. Alam, M. Akteruzzaman, F. A. Huda and N. I. Bhuiyan. 2005. Production environment and profitability of CGPRT crop-based farming systems in Bangladesh. Progressive Agriculture, Vol. 16(2): 257-268
  30. H. Mamtaz, M. Akteruzzaman and M. S. Rahman. 2005. Comparative performance of using mechanical dryer and thresher in rice processing system in the context of Bangladesh. Progressive Agriculture, Vol. 16(2): 269-279
  31. M. Akteruzzaman, M. A. Salam, M. J. Alam, Harvey Demaine and K. G. Uddin. 2006.PL nursing: A case of GNAEP pro-poor interventionfor improving livelihood of the women headed households in char area of Noakhali district. Progressive Agriculture, Vol. 17(1): 325-338
  32. M. Akteruzzaman, M. A. M. Miah, M. M. Hossain and A. H. M. S. Islam. 2006. Impact of MFTS project for dissemination of livestock technology and improving livelihood of the project beneficiaries in Bangladesh. Progressive Agriculture, Vol. 17(1): 349-360
  33. S K Saha, M Akteruzzaman, M Shamsuddin, Nurunnaher and Jesmin Parvin. 2006. A comparative economic study on dairy farming by the members and non-members of field fertility clininc (FFC) in some selected areas of Bangladesh. Bangladesh J. Prog. Sci. & Tech. Vol. 4(1): 33-36
  34. M. Akteruzzaman et al. (2011): Poultry in integrated farming systems in Bangladesh, Journal of Agricultural Science & Technology, Vol. 7, No.2
  35. M. Akteruzzaman, M. M. Hossain, MAM Miah, Abdulla-Al Mamun (2012). Relative Profitability of Alternative farming systems in Noakhali region. Progressive Agriculture, Vol. 23(12)
  36. AKMMR Golap, PK Sarma and M. Akteruzzaman (2018) Land Use Changing Pattern Detection and Analysi in Mymensingh District: A GIS Analysis, International; Journal of Science and Research, Vol. 7(1)
  37. M.A. Nasrin and M. Akteruzzaman (2017-18):Adoption Status and Factors Influencing Adoption of Conservation Agriculture Technology in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Economics (Upcoming)
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Member Japan University Alumni Association of Bangladesh (JUAAB)
Member Bangladesh Economist Association
Member Bangladesh Agricultural Economist Association