Authors

Abul Maal Abdul Muhith is an internationally recognized scholar in political economy. He began his career as a civil servant, and held responsible positions in Pakistan, Bangladesh, and with international organisations. He was posted as Economic Counselor in the Pakistan Embassy in Washington DC when the Bangladesh Liberation War began in March 1971. This book is therefore edited with insider knowledge and experience. On transferring allegiance to Bangladesh on 30 June...


A. F. Salahuddin Ahmed was born in 1924 at Faridpur, Bangladesh. He obtained his B.A. Honours and M. A. degrees from the Calcutta University and subsequently A.M. and Ph. D. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and London. His teaching career began in 1948 when he joined the Jagannath College, Dhaka as a Lecturer in History. Subsequently he served as Lecturer...


A. Qayyum Khan joined the Mukti  Bahini in the early days of the liberation war when he was an university student. He was commissioned during liberation war and fought in Sector 7 as a second lieutenant. After leaving the Bangladesh Army in 1981, he went to the US and completed his doctorate in Finance from Georgia State University. He taught in several American universities and returned to Bangladesh in the late nineties. His research and academic writings have...