Dr. Muhammad Badrul Hasan has been working as an Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He did PhD from the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development (Environmental Governance Group) in the Utrecht University, Netherlands. His PhD research topic is “How to successfully govern community drinking water systems? Exploring the potential of the community managemnet plus model in Southwestern Bangladesh" With this, he assessed the type of institutional arrangement influencing to efficient governance of shared drinking water system in developing countries focusing in Bangladesh. Dr. Badrul did the undergraduate and graduation degrees at the same department in the same university where he is now working. As a part of his responsibilities, he offered teaching on the courses related to governance, public policy, democracy and democratization.
His research interests include sustainable development, environmental governance, water governance, common pool resource (CPR) management and institutional analysis.
In addition, Mr. Badrul Hasan has also been actively involved as a research fellow of Earth System Governance Project (ESG) based in Netherlands. founding member of Dimonds in Delta (DID) Network based in Netherlands, founding memebr of Earth System Governance in AAsia Pacific and member of Micro-governance Research Initiative (MGR) andShow less
|Degree Name||Group/Major Subject||Board/Institute||Country||Passing Year|
|Ph.D.||Water Governance||Utrecht University||Netherlands||2021|
|Masters||Political Science||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2007|
|Bachelor||Political Science||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2006|
|Title||Organization||Location||From Date||To Date|
|Assistant Professor||University of Dhaka||Dhaka||18, Feb 2013||Currently Working|
|Lecturer||Bangladesh Open University||Gazipur||01, Jun 2010||01-02-2013|
|Executive and Research Officer||Women For Women: A Research and Study Group||Dhanmondi, Bangladesh||01, Jun 2009||01-06-2010|
|Subject||Description||Research Interest (Goal, Target Indicator)|
|Environmental governance, water governance, Sustainable development, and common pool resource management|
|Level of Study||Title||Supervisor||Co-Supervisor(s)||Name of Student(s)||Area of Research||Current Completion|
|Ph.D.||Delta-MAR: Hydrological, technical and Governance guidelines for the successful implementation of MAR in Bangladesh||Dr. Annalies Zoomers||Dr. Frank van Laerhoven and Dr. Shantanu Majumder||Current Year|
|Subject||Project Name||Source of Fund||From Date||To Date||Collaboration|
|Land Subsidence and Flooding||Knowledge sharing and exchanging experiences: grassroots reflections and practices related to land subsidence and flooding in urban deltas||TNO, Netherlands||01-04-2022||Utrecht University, Netherlands|
|Water Governance||Developing a scalable governance model for sustainable management of shared drinking water systems in Bangladesh||Centennial Resaerch Grants, University of Dhaka||Dhaka University|
|No invited talk is found|
|SL||Collaboration & Membership Name||Type||Membership Year||Expire Year|
|1||Micro Governance Research Initiative (MGR)||National||2016||Life Time|
|2||Diamonds in Delta (DID) Network||International Research Network||2020||Life Time|
|3||Earth System Governance in Asia-pacific||International Research Network||2020||Life Time|
|4||Earth System Governance||International Research Network||2017||Life Time|
• MB Hasan, Drissen Peter P.J,, Zoomers, Annelies, and F Van Laerhoven : How can NGOs Support Collective Action among the Users of Rural Drinking Water Systems? A Case Study of Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) Systems in Bangladesh, World Development , vol.126 , 2020 .
MB Hasan, Drissen Peter P.J., Majumder Shantanu, Zoomers, Annelies and Laerhoven, Frank van : Factors affecting consumption of water from a newly introduced safe drinking water system: The case study of managed aquifer recharge (MAR systems in Bangladesh, Water , vol.11 , no.12 , 2019 .
MB Hasan, MM Islam and KR Hossain : Women empowerment through political participation of women in local level in Northern Bangladesh: A case study of some selected unions, IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JUSS) , vol.24 , no.11 , pp.1-12 , 2019 .
MB. Hasan and Roy, Sudip : Globalization and Bangladesh Economy: A Critical Assessment’, Bangladesh Open University Journal , vol.03 , 2016 .
MB. Hasan : Civil Society and Democratic Governance in Bangladesh: Opportunities and Challenges, Bangladesh Political Science Review , vol.11 , no.1 , 2015 .
MB. Hasan, Munira Sultana and Hasan , Nazmul : Good Governance in Bangladesh: Problems and Prospects, UITS Journal, Bangladesh , vol.06 , 2014 .
MB. Hasan : Parliamentary Democracy in Bangladesh: A Critical Assessment, Bangladesh Political Science Review , vol.09 , no.01 , 2013 .
MB. Hasan : State of Governance in Bangladesh: A Critical Assessment from Institutional Perspective, Journal of Dhaka University Studies, Bangladesh , vol.70 , no.01 , 2013 .
Ahsan, Tanvir and MB. Hasan : Independence of Higher Judiciary in Bangladesh: Rhetoric or Reality: A Critical Study, Journal of Media, Communication and Culture, Bangladesh , no.02 , 2012 .
MB. Hasan : PRGF Programme in Bangladesh: An Assessment, BIISS Journal, Bangladesh , vol.29 , no.01 , 2008 .
Muhammad Badrul Hasan, Peter P. J. Driessen, Shantanu Majumder, Annelies Zoomers and Frank van Laerhoven : A Community Management Plus Model for the Governance of Rural Drinking Water Systems: A Comparative Case Study of Pond Sand Filter Systems in Bangladesh, International Journal of the Commons (impact factor:1.79) , vol.14 , no.1 IASC , pp.662–679. , 2020 .
Hasan, M. B.,, Driessen, P. P. J, Majumder, S., Zoomers, A., and van Laerhoven, F. : A Community Management Plus Model for the Governance of Rural Drinking Water Systems: A Comparative Case Study of Pond Sand Filter Systems in Bangladesh., International Journal of the Commons, (impact factor:1.792) , vol.14 , no.1 , pp.662–679 , 2020 .