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Md Mahbubul Hakim

Md Mahbubul Hakim

BSS Econ SUST; MSS Econ SUST
PhD Candidate

Research Centre
H69 - Codrington Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia


Bio

Mahbub received his Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Economics from Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST), Bangladesh. Before joining at ITLS he served as a faculty member at the Department of Economics at SUST. Mahbub's main research interests are in airline economics, transport policy and transport econometrics. He is also interested in other modes of transport and is keen on getting involved in a variety of projects. As a Business School Research Scholarship holder, his current research at ITLS is on the economic analysis of air transport demand and transaction cost in South Asian countries under the supervision of Professor Rico Merkert and Professor Mike Bell. Moreover, he has been involved in a BRT benchmarking project at ITLS under the supervision of Professor Corinne Mulley and Professor Rico Merkert.


Thesis working title

An economic analysis of air transport demand in south asian countries

Supervisors: Rico Merkert, Michael Bell

2017

4
Journal Article/s

Merkert R, Mulley C and Hakim MM 2017 'Determinants of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system revenue and effectiveness - A global benchmarking exercise', Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, vol.106, pp. 75-88 [Link]

2016

4
Journal Article/s

Hakim MM and Merkert R 2016 'The causal relationship between air transport and economic growth: Empirical evidence from South Asia', Journal of Transport Geography, vol.56, pp. 120–27 [Link]

5
Conference Paper/s

Hakim MM and Merkert R 2016 'The link between economic growth and air transport in South Asia: Evidence from panel co-integration and error correction models', 14th World Conference on Transport Research WCTR, Shanghai, China, 15th July 2016

Hakim MM and Merkert R 2016 'Causal Relationship Between Air Transport and Economic Growth in South Asia: Dynamic Panel Data Approach', 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board TRB, Washington, D.C., United States, 14th January 2016

2015

5
Conference Paper/s

Merkert R, Mulley C and Hakim MM 2015 'The revenue potential and performance of BRT operations as part of larger transport systems', 14th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport - Thredbo 14, Santiago, Chile, 3rd September 2015

Hakim MM and Merkert R 2015 'Does air transport development promote economic growth in South Asia? A panel data analysis', 7th Annual American Business Research Conference, New York, United States, 24th July 2015

Hakim MM and Merkert R 2015 'An Economic Analysis of the Determinants of Air Freight in South Asian Countries', Proceedings of the Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research CAITR 2015, Melbourne, Australia, 13th February 2015

6
Conference Proceeding/s

Hakim MM and Merkert R 2015 'Econometric Evidence on the Determinants of Air Freight in South Asian Countries', Proceedings of the 19th Air Transport Research Society ATRS World Conference, Singapore, 5th July 2015

2012

6
Conference Proceeding/s

Joarder MA, Hakim MM and Asrafuzzam 2012 'Empirical Evidence on the Linkages between Environmental Degradation and Poverty in Bangladesh', Proceedings of Bangladesh Economic Association (BEA) XVIIl Biennial Conference, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 15th September 2012

2011

5
Conference Paper/s

Hakim MM and Joarder MA 2011 'Consumption and Asset Returns: Testing the Consumption CAPM in Bangladesh', National Conference on Contemporary Issues in Economics NCCIE, Sylhet, Bangladesh, 23rd February 2011

2010

4
Journal Article/s

Munim JM, Hakim MM and Al-Mamun MA 2010 'Analysis of energy consumption and indicators of energy use in Bangladesh', Economic Change and Restructuring, vol.43:4, pp. 275-302 [Link]

Joarder MA, Hossain AK and Hakim MM 2010 'Post-MFA Performance of Bangladesh Apparel Sector', International Review of Business Research Papers, vol.6:4, pp. 134-144 [Link]