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Rahat Haque
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  • Bangladesh
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RCL (Renaissance Consultants Ltd.)
Research Associate
About My Work
I'm part of the BIF team here in Dhaka. I'll be facilitating the team with any help they might need in giving consultancy services.
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Issues of Interest
Inclusive Business: Value Chains, Inclusive Business: Products and Services, Working in partnership, Impact assessment, Driving & managing change inside the company
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Learning about new research and latest trends

Rahat Haque's Blog

The Republican Race. Does inclusive business have a stake at all?

      The Republican primaries are on, and it’s that time to get excited again if you plan to monitor the American elections. As the candidates debate it out between themselves, sling mud at each other, and develop catchphrases to hone their rhetoric; election year is definitely hype worthy. And there are the scandals too, which if proven true can totally obliterate a candidate’s chances of getting the nomination. Take Herman Cain for…


Posted on January 13, 2012 at 2:00 — 1 Comment

First Brush with Academic HR: From Commonplace Activities to Matchless Activities.

        I just thought I would share my experiences from a recent human resource management class I undertook. To my disappointment, it was nothing like I had envisioned it to be. Growing up, I had always leaned towards the marketing and management sides of business. Never liked “accounting” and I’m still opposed to the tedious branch which falls under finance. Funnily enough, it was…


Posted on November 20, 2011 at 7:30

A Thought in Chuadanga


       It has been a long hiatus for my blog here on the hub. After writing 3 articles in quick succession, it was time for me to return to college, and since then my collegiate activities have kept me well occupied. I hope the BIF hub and all its practitioners are doing well around the globe. A special shout -out to the BIF Bangladesh Team who I did an…


Posted on November 4, 2011 at 2:00 — 6 Comments

Extreme Caution when dealing with Inclusive business

         I'm sorry if the title of this article sounds a little gloom and doom, because it’s not meant to be provocative or even create the slightest amount of spark or controversy. It’s just that I think economics is an ignored area of expertise when we deal with inclusive business. There seems to be this general idea amongst the public,…


Posted on July 12, 2011 at 20:00 — 9 Comments

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At 12:01 on June 30, 2011, Md. Abu Yousuf said…
Welcome Rahad!!! The blog is really interesting. Nice going.
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