Senin, 30 Juni 2008
Prof. DR MASUDUL ALAM CHOUDHURY, PhD
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND SPECIALIZATIONS
Ph.D. Political Economy, University of Toronto, OISE. 1977.
Thesis: "Some Aspects of Optimal Human Capital Investment and Economic Growth: Theoretical and Empirical Study", Prof. M. Handa.
M.A. Political Economy, University of Toronto, 1973.
Major Paper: "Foundations of Islamic Economics", Prof. Samuel Hollander.
M.Phil. Mathematical Statistics with Specialization in Econometrics, University of Islamabad, 1969.
Thesis: "Multicollinearity Problem in Economic Models", Prof. A.H. Baloch.
M.Sc. Pure & Applied Mathematics, University of Islamabad, 1968.
B.Sc. Hons. Pure Mathematics, University of Dhaka, 1967.
Professor of Finance and Economics, College of Industrial Management, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran 31261, Saudi Arabia (on leave from Cape Breton University (CBU)) 1999-2001.
(Full & tenured) Professor of Economics (1992-present), Cape Breton University (CBU), Sydney, Nova Scotia, B1P 6L2, Canada. Associate Professor 1985-92.
Visiting Professor in Social Economics, Department of Sociology of Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 1984-85.
Senior Economist, Economics and Policy Planning Department, the Islamic Development Bank, 1983-84.
Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Engineering, King Abdulaziz University, 1979-83.
Adjunct Lecturer in Statistics, University of Regina, 1978-79.
Manpower Planning Officer, Saskatchewan Department of Labour, Regina, Saskatchewan, 1978-79.
Research Economist, Ontario Ministry of Labour, and Manpower Economist, Saskatchewan Department of Labour, 1977-79.
Assistant Professor of Statistics, University of Chittagong, 1969-72.
A total of over 30 years of teaching & research experience.
OTHER TEACHING/RESEARCH POSITIONS
Invited as Visiting Full Professor in Economics, School of Social Sciences, Science University of Malaysia, April - August 31, 1995: presenting a series of eight lectures in Islamic Social Sciences and launching the Second International Conference in Islamic Political Economy: "The Structure of Islamic Political Economy at the Turn of the Century: A Global Paradigm"; team work in establishing the International Project on Islamic Political Economy at this School; the Minor Package in Islamic Political Economy at this School; editing along with others the Proceedings of the First International Conference in Islamic Political Economy entitled, Islamic Political Economy in Capitalist Globalization: An Agenda for Change;
Invited as Visiting Full Professor (April-August 31, 1994), Faculty of Economics, National University of Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia: team research on Malaysian econometric model, faculty lectures and evaluation of economics program; established the Islamic Economics Module and completed the book, Alternative Perspectives of Third-World Development: The Case of Malaysia (published by Macmillan, London & St. Martin's, NY 1996) with Drs. Uzir Abdul Malik and Mohd. Anuar Adnan; other joint publications with some UKM Economics Faculty members; participated in the IRPA Privatization Project.