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Shah, P, (2016), ‘How Socio-Economic Conditions of Women Affect their Commuting Behaviour in Urban Bangladesh?’, Bangladesh Journal of Political Economy, Vol-31, No-3, June 2016, Page 307-324, BEA, ISSN-2227-3182
Shah, P. & Habib, S. M. A (2016), ‘Development of Renewable Energy Financing in Bangladesh in Response to the Central bank’s Policy Initiatives’, Ecology and Environment, Vol-205, 2016 WIT Press, Italy.
Shah, P. & Habib, S. M. A (2014). Marketing of Agricultural Products in Bangladesh: Prospects of Commodity Exchanges. Janata Bank Journal of Money, Finance and Development, Vol-1 (No-1), 75-85.
Shah, P. & Gulshan, S. (2012). Accessibility of ICT Tools among Urban Middle Class Housewives in Bangladesh. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and society, Vol-7, (Issue-6).
Shah, P. & Habib, S. M.A. (2011). A Guidance Framework for Developing Pro-Poor Value Chain. International Journal of Economic Perspectives. International Economic Society. Vol-5(Issue-4)
Shah, P. & Habib, S. M.A. (2011). Implications of the Current Global Crisis for Trade Financing of Banks in Bangladesh. Journal of Banking and Finance Letters, Vol-3(Issue-1)
Shah, P.& Habib, S. M.A. (2011). ‘Prospect of Developing an Effective Agricultural Commodity Market in Bangladesh. International Journal of Economic Perspectives, International Economic Society.Vol-5(Issue-3)
Shah, P. & Habib, S. M.A. (2010). Economics of Integrating Access to Finance and Access to Information in Bangladesh Economy. Banking and Finance Letters, Vol-2 (No-1),
Shah, P. (2008). Measuring External Sector Openness of Bangladesh Economy. Journal of Eastern University, Vol-1 (No-1), 15-44.
Shah, P & Habib, S. M.A. (2006). External Financial Integration and India’s Economic Growth. Finance India,
Shah, P. & Habib, S. M.A. (2000). Multilateral Agreement on Investment: Implications for the FDI Policies of the South Asian Countries. Bank Prikrama, Vol- 25, (No. 1), 19-47.