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Call for Articles/Reviews

Journal of Business and Technology (Dhaka)

Faculty of Business

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Call for Articles/Reviews


Dear Sir/Madam,

Warm greetings from Northern University Bangladesh (NUB)! I, on behalf of the Editorial Board of Journal of Business and Technology (Dhaka) (ISSN: 1992-271X), invite manuscripts on original empirical work, theoretical papers, literature reviews, book reviews and case-studies dealing with basic, applied and policy-related topics covering the full spectrum of business, economy and technological development. The journal is a fully refereed journal published every year in December and June, by our university. Generally, articles in the journal try to inform the academia, practitioners and policy-makers, on the unfolding trends and related–issues in the realm of business and economy of developing countries.

Authors should clearly write their designations, addresses, telephone (cell-phone) numbers, email addresses and fax numbers on the cover page for potential use by the editorial office and later by the production office.Articles must be clearly word-processed in A4- size MS-Word format with 1.5 line-spacing. Both hard-copy and softcopy (in CD) have to be submitted. It should be drafted in concise and unambiguous English and should be logically organized. Manuscripts submitted for review must not have been published previously or simultaneously submitted elsewhere. Any plagiarism by the author (s) will be seriously handled. Manuscripts prepared according to the prescribed format (see Enclosure), should be submitted to the Executive Editor by 31 March 2016 for consideration in the June issue, 2016 (Volume-XI, Issue-01).





Executive Editor

Journal of Business and Technology (Dhaka)

Northern University Bangladesh (NUB)



Enclosure: Tentative model/format for an article



Abstract (Not exceeding 150 words)

Key words:

Introduction: (with point of departure, general description, research-objectives)

Literature Review

Methodology (may include major concepts, estimation-related points, statistical tools, data-types, limitations of the data)

Empirical Findings and Analysis

Major Conclusions


Ahmed, Habib. 2002. “Financing Micro Enterprises: An Analytical Study of Islamic MFIs,” Islamic Economics Studies, 9(2).

Armendariz de Aghion, Beatriz and Jonathan Morduch. 2005, The Economics of Microfinance. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Bali Swain, Ranjula and Maria Floro. 2007. “Effects of microfinance on vulnerability, poverty and risk in low income households,” Uppsala University Working Paper Series, 2007: 31, December 2007.

Grameen Bank. 2006. Past Ten Years at a Glance (2006). Available from:$.htm#AtAGalance. Accessed December 26, 2004.


  1. Although murabaha has a fixed repayment schedule, it is different from conventional microfinance loans because the repayment amount is determined at inception based on the cost of the good financed and the markup charged by MFI.
  2. Income poverty (receiving income lower than the poverty line) is the most often recognized form of poverty. Other measures of poverty, such as lack of access to affordable healthcare and education, are often thought to be impacted by greater availability of microfinance. Many MFIs provide educational and health-related services on top of the small loans they make to clients.


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