Professor A K Enamul Haque


Areas of Specialism

Public & Private Sector Development- Public Finance, market and financing study, public-private partnership and coordination, Investment & Business Climate Advisory, Institutional business, Capacity Building of GOs, business & trade institutions, their resources and functions, Local governance issues (Water, Energy, Waste management- plastic and solid waste, Faecal Sludge Management, sewerage and sanitation systems, STP etc.) Industry, Business, Market & Value Chain- Industrial environment, compliance issues, employment, labor rights and , Financial Risk and performance, Industry and Market Value Chain, Manufacturing & MSME firms addressing jobs and productivity, technology and sustainability, industrial applications, production eco-systems, compliance and management practices, productivity, competitiveness etc. Energy, Infrastructure & Environment Renewable energy (SHS), energy efficient appliance, Special Economic Zone -SEZ Development, Economic analysis for Port Development etc., Dhaka Sanitation improvement plan Sustainable Development- Poverty, Livelihood, Jobs, Agriculture, Health & Nutrition, and Wash

IP3 Roles and responsibilities

  • Chairperson
  • Postgraduate Director (Taught Programmes)


    In the media

    Gender gap in employment: Women have low share in quality, gainful jobs. The financial Express. Retrieved from
    Mohammad Syful Hoque
    Institute for Public Policy and Practice (IP3)
    Big Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Impact
    Licenses & certifications Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA) -
    Accredited by- United Kingdom Telecommunications Academy (UKTA) Big Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Impact ((18 hours of completed training)) Issuing authorityGlobal System for Mobile Communications (GSMA) - Accredited by- United Kingdom Telecommunications Academy (UKTA) Issue


    Research interests

    Current Activities

    Advising, Research and Project Work, Advocacy, Coordination and Collaborations

    Taught Courses

    East West University (EWU), American International University (AIUB), Daffodil International University (DIU)

    My publications


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    This paper presents a methodology for estimating the market value of properties when data are limited. Thus, it has important implications for many developing countries that would benefit from increased property tax revenues. Lack of data on sale prices and an appropriate valuation method are two reasons that property tax revenues are so low in many countries. The methodology in this paper is intended to overcome these short­comings. This paper describes a comprehensive framework for applying a simple, admin­istratively compliant, and cost-effective solution to location-wise property valuation. For that, a spatially based, weighted parametric model for the individual property level is developed using the physical, spatial, environmental, and market factors that are most influential in value determination.

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    Following the marginality approach developed at ZEF, we identified five underperforming sub-districts in Bangladesh, where poverty and other socio-economic dimensions of marginality are widespread, but agricultural potential is also high. Results from extensive quantitative and qualitative surveys suggest that development strategies in these areas should focus on three pathways: agricultural intensification, income diversification and agricultural diversification based on options available for the smallholders in the localities. Cereal-based technology under agricultural innovations could be part of the solution, but should be integrated into other income diversification and agricultural diversification strategies. Intensive crop systems, hybrid seeds, water management technologies, non-crop farming, non-farming enterprises are suggested as potential technology innovations for the study areas.