Haydory Ahmed

Haydory Ahmed
Assistant Professor

Academic Interests

My Ph. D. in economics focuses in macro and monetary economics. As such, my teaching focus area is macroeconomics and applied econometrics. My research interest includes applied macro and monetary economics. I am particularly interested in budgets, fiscal policy, debt and monetary policy, macro-finance and international finance. In addition, I have interest in governance and development. I am open to new ideas and looking forward to collaborate with others.

Top Scholarly Accomplishments

Journal Articles

Khan, M.W.R. and Ahmed, H. A. (2012), "Dynamics of Foreign Earnings, Assistance and Debt Servicing in Bangladesh", International Journal of Development Issues, Vol. 11, Issue 1, pp. 74-84.

Ahmed, H.A., Salah Uddin, M.G., and Ozturk, I. (2012), "Is Real GDP per Capita Stationary for Bangladesh?", Journal of Actual Problems in Economics, Issue (2), pp.332-339.

Ahmed, H.A. and Salah Uddin, M.G. (2009), "Export, Import, Remittance and Economic Growth in Bangladesh: An Empirical Analysis", Trade and Development Review, Vol. 2, Issue 2, pp.79-92.

Work in progress

"Dynamics Between Government Debt and Budget Deficits in the United States: A Threshold VAR Analysis." Presented at the Society of Government Economists Annual Conference, 13 May 2016, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Washington D.C.

"Relationship Between Monetary-base and Fiscal Debt in the US: Evidence from Threshold Cointegration."Accepted for presentation at the Missouri Valley Economic Association 53rd Annual Meeting, 27-29 October 2016, St. Louis, Missouri.

"Response of Short-run Interest Rate and Inflation to Budget Deficit and Money Supply: A Non-linear Approach." 

Plus other reports and working papers.

Previous Experience

  • Sr. Lecturer, 2010–2012, Department of Economics & Social Sciences, BRAC University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Sr. Research Associate, 2006–2011, BRAC Institute of Governance & Development, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Research Officer, 2005–2006, Australian High Commission, Dhaka, Bangladesh  


Sylhet, Bangladesh


Sports: Soccer and Cricket

Future Goals and Aspirations

As a young economist, I would like to continue with my research and expand my research expertise. I envisage publishing my work in reputed peer-reviewed journals. As a young faculty, I would like to learn and utilize innovative teaching techniques in my class. During the recent Teaching and Innovation Showcase, I learned about the project 'Rockonomix' used by some of my colleagues. I am using it for my introductory class. I am working to design my own project for the same class. I believe teaching innovations will not only make us better teachers but at the same time our students benefit a great deal. I would like to develop a study tour in Bangladesh for our students. I would like to make this study tour a learning by doing exercise. I envisage to introduce our students to a variety of aspects. Starting from visits to public and private universities in Bangladesh to learn about student life, visiting a tea garden and learn about tea production, visit some new business as well.

Life Outside the University

I like to travel.