Recent Submissions

  • Waiting Line System in Health Sector of Bangladesh: The Case of Dental Care Services in Dhaka City 

    Rahman, Mohammad Anisur; Parvez, Mahbub (Daffodil International University, 2006-07-01)
    Waiting is inevitable in any service organization. Hence queues are formed. A long queue makes customer dissatisfied whereas increasing server to decrease the length of a queue requires costs. Waiting Line Theory provides ...
  • The Serial Cartel: A Mathematical Model of Taxicab Services Market 

    Alam, S.M. Ikhtiar (Daffodil International University, 2006-07-01)
    In many developing countries and in some small cities in many developed countries, we find taxicabs without meters. These taxicab drivers sometimes form a cartel to avoid competition among themselves. They stand in a ...
  • Strengths and Limitations of Different Teaching Modes: A Comparative Study 

    Saha, Mili; Talukdar, Md. Ali Rezwan (Daffodil International University, 2006-07-01)
    Whether in language teaching or elsewhere, sustainable attainment of a pedagogical goal is closely related to a successful teaching mode. In a bid to have a gambit in a teaching procedure with a proper choice of a teaching ...
  • Second Order Biases and Mean Squared Errors of Some Estimators Using Single Auxiliary Variable 

    Hossain, M. I.; Rahman, Masud Ibn; Tareq, Muhammad (Daffodil International University, 2006-07-01)
    The ratio, product, chain ratio, chain product, chain regression and ratio-cum product estimators have been considered by Chand (1975), Kiregyera (1980, 1984), Upadhyaya et. al. (1990, 1992), Srivastava et. al. (1990), ...
  • Revisiting SME Financing in Bangladesh 

    Siddiquee, Mohammad Moniruzzaman; Islam, K. M. Zahidul; Rahman, Masud Ibn (Daffodil International University, 2006-07-01)
    Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Financing is a topic of significant research interest to academics and an issue of great importance to the policy makers around the world. Economic, as well as technical and social ...
  • Prospects of Super Market Concept in Dhaka City 

    Gurung, Hemanta Bahadur; Rahman, Masud Ibn; Chowdhury, Tamzid Ahmed (Daffodil International University, 2006-07-01)
    With over twenty super markets that follow the theme of arranging all kinds of products under one roof for the consumers operating in full swing, the shopping style of city dwellers has changed dramatically. These super ...
  • Newspaper Marketing in Bangladesh: A Case Study on the Prothom Alo 

    Reza, Syed Maruf; Iqbal, Mohammed Masum; Uddin, Mohammad Riaz (Daffodil International University, 2006-07-01)
    Newspaper has become a part of any modern society. This is one of the most important consumer products of our daily life. Like all other consumer goods newspaper industry requires some special marketing efforts. The main ...
  • Job Satisfaction of Female Workers in Different Garments Factories in Dhaka City: An Intertemporal Comparison 

    Alam, S. M. Ikhtiar; Kamal, Mostafa (Daffodil International University, 2006-07-01)
    Job satisfaction is an attitude that reflects the extent to which an individual is gratified by or fulfilled in his/her job. It is an affective or emotional response toward various facets of one’s job. This meaning of ...
  • Financial Globalization and Vulnerabilities: Lessons for Bangladesh 

    Houqe, Muhammad Nurul; Kabir, Mohammad Reazul (Daffodil International University, 2006-07-01)
    This paper examines and measures the state of external financial openness and financial integration of Bangladesh and the impact of external policy changes and financial integration on the economic growth of Bangladesh. ...
  • Consumers’ Opinion about Mass Customization in Dhaka City 

    Iqbal, Mohammed Masum; Jui, Rokeya Parvin; Gurung, Hemanta Bahadur (Daffodil International University, 2006-07-01)
    “Mass customization” is an important strategic approach where elements of the marketing mix are individualized for each customer. This article describes an empirical study in which 200 consumers who lived in Dhaka city ...
  • Challenges, Opportunities, and Threats of Textile Sector in Bangladesh: A Look into the Dacca Dyeing and Manufacturing Company Limited 

    Mostafa, Md. Golam (Daffodil International University, 2006-07-01)
    The textile sector is the most important one in Bangladesh. It is the largest manufacturing sector in the country. The study focuses the present situation of this country’s warrants a new vision to accelerate and sustain ...