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“The benefit for Bangladesh from India’s market access offer to LDCs depends
largely on India’s initiatives to remove non- and para-tariff barriers, and
downsize its negative list that affect Bangladesh’s exports.”
Selim Raihan, Associate Professor, Econ. Dept., University of Dhaka; and Executive
Director of the Dhaka Secretariat of the South Asian Network on Economic Modeling (SANEM)
In: Trade Insight: A dialogue on trade and development in South Asia, Vol. 4, No. 2 (2008), pp. 18-19.
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Suggestions for literature published before 2000
1)        Use any of the major libraries providing website-based searches, for example:

2)        Check the IDEAS/RePEc database, more specifically:

Note: Once you found the item you are looking for, you can use the WorldCat website to check
which libraries close to your home has the item.
Managed by Bernhard Gunter/BDRC, Research Papers in Economics (RePEc)   
provides a list of about 150 economists who (i) are registered with the
RePEc Author
Service and (ii) have published items specifically on Bangladesh (as listed in RePEc).

Following the list of some 150 economists, the website then provides a list of all
publications listed in RePEc written by registered members of the RePEc Bangladesh-
related Economists. This list contains some details on:
  • more than 3000 working papers since 1967
  • more than 2000 journal articles since 1969
  • more than 40 books and book chapters since 1987

Note: This list contains also many non-Bangladesh specific publications.
Compiled by the BDRC, this list provides some details of the 916 items listed in the
IDEAS/RePEc database, if using the search term "Bangladesh" (as of November 6,

For further publication details, please use the
IDEAS search tool of the IDEAS/RePEc

Note: IDEAS is the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics and available freely on the
Internet, see: