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Globalisation, Environmental Crisis and Social Change in Bangladesh / গ্লোবালাইজেশন, এনভারমেন্টাল ক্রাইসিস এন্ড স্যোশাল চেঞ্জ ইন বাংলাদেশ
Globalisation, Environmental Crisis and Social Change in Bangladesh By:Other Book Type: Research
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Book Code 12332
Publisher University Press / ইউনিভার্সিটি প্রেস লিমিটেড
Book Type Research [+]
Published February, 2003
ISBN 9840516655
Page 422
Language English
Binding Hardcover
Price Tk. 650.00
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Globalisation, Environmental Crisis and Social Change in Bangladesh
edited by Matiur Rahman
ISBN 984 05 1665 5 2003 422pp 215x136mm HB Tk.650.00 US$30.00

Over the last two decades radical transformations have been taking place in the social and economic systems in Bangladesh. Through the process of globalisation increased opportunities exist for some but disenfranchisement and social dislocations for the great majority are also increasing. Globalisation has produced tension between traditional bases of livelihood and emerging export-oriented commercial production of non-traditional items.

Tension is reflected in the perceived uncertainty of the future livelihood of workers in the garment as well as shrimp industries. Tension may become significant within the export-dependent industries themselves, especially when future existence is threatened by many international market conditions.

Recently, the government of Bangladesh has been forced to provide millions of dollars in subsidies to the garment industry and bail out the shrimp industry suffering from virus-induced production losses as well as market uncertainties. There is a source to provide subsidies and to bail out ailing industries, but the disenfranchised peasants, and garment and shrimp workers facing uncertainties of livelihood, have no such protection in Bangladesh. The traditional mutual support system that is being dislodged by market forces has not been replaced by any social safety net.

In this book Globalisation, Environmental Crisis and Social Change in Bangladesh, researchers from both Canada and Bangladesh examine the transformation and its consequences for a great majority in Bangladesh.

Matiur Rahman teaches international development; disasters and development in the Menno Simons College at the University of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
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