|Degree Name||Group/Major Subject||Board/Institute||Country||Passing Year|
|Masters||Economics||University of Glasgow||United Kingdom||2016|
|Masters||Banking||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2010|
|Bachelor||Banking||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||2009|
|Award Type||Award Title||Year||Country||Description|
|International||Extended Problem Solving Workshop (EPSW)||2021||Canada||
The EPSW is a three-week workshop with up to five groups of graduate students and postdocs working under the supervision of a faculty mentor on the following problems proposed by the partner institutions of the Fields Institute: (1) OECD problem: Effectiveness of policy interventions in different countries and lessons for the future; (2) Bank of Canada problem: Business closures in the time of COVID; (3) Canadian Securities Transition Office problem: COVID and Global Capital Flows; (4) Finance Canada problem: the need for a new class of crises models. Total obtained funding: CAD $1500.
|International||Cardiff Business School Studentship||2019||United Kingdom||
For pursuing Postgraduate Research at Cardiff University. Total obtained funding: approximately £95,000.
|Local||Bangabandhu overseas Scholarship, 2019-2020||2019||Bangladesh||
For pursuing Postgraduate Research at Cardiff University, UK. Total obtained funding: approximately £32,000.
|International||The Adam Smith Business School Graduate Award||2016||United Kingdom||The Graduate Award recognises the valuable skills and experience that a postgraduate student will gain as part of extracurricular activities.|
|International||Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFC)||2015||United Kingdom||
The scholarship has been awarded for pursuing MSc in Economics at the University of Glasgow. Total obtained funding: approximately £40,000.
|Local||Dean’s Honor List in the MBA Examination||2010||Bangladesh||This award has been provided for securing on or above CGPA 3.85 on a 4.00 scale in an Examination at the University of Dhaka.|
|Local||Dean’s Merit List in the MBA Examination||2010||Bangladesh||This award has been provided for securing GPA 4.00 out of 4.00 in a single semester at the University of Dhaka.|
|Local||Dean’s Honor List in the BBA Examination||2009||Bangladesh||This award has been provided for securing on or above CGPA 3.85 on a 4.00 scale in an Examination at the University of Dhaka.|
|National||Merit Scholarship from Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Chittagong||2004||Bangladesh||
For an outstanding result in H.S.C. Examination in Chittagong Board. Total obtained funding: approximately Tk.34,000.
Measuring inflation and GDP
|Monetary Policy||Monetary Policy Transmission Channels|
|Level of Study||Title||Supervisor||Co-Supervisor(s)||Name of Student(s)||Area of Research||Current Completion|
|No project/research supervision is found|
|Subject||Project Name||Source of Fund||From Date||To Date||Collaboration|
|No project/research work is found|
"Risk Based Capital Management for Bank" at Department of Business Administration (Finance), Stamford University Bangladesh.
|SL||Collaboration & Membership Name||Type||Membership Year||Membership Expire Year|
|1||Central Bank Research Association||Member||2020||Life Time|
|2||Royal Economic Society||Member||2021||2024|
|Title||Organization||Location||From Date||To Date||Description|
|Assistant Professor||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||12-04-2015||Currently Working||Teaching and Research|
|Research Assistant||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||01-08-2014||31-07-2015||Collecting and Processing Data|
|Lecturer||University of Dhaka||Bangladesh||15-09-2012||11-04-2015||Teaching and Research|
Aftab Uddin Mahmud Chowdhury : Does monetary policy affects the real economic activity of Bangladesh? Evidence from the bank lending channel, Journal of Banking & Financial Services, vol.11, no.1 pp.3-26, 2019 .
Md. Kazi Jamshed and Aftab Uddin Mahmud Chowdhury : An Analysis of the Entrepreneurial Intentions and levels of Education: A case study on Bangladesh, Journal of Banking & Financial Services, vol.10, no.2 pp.141-166, 2018 .
Md. Mobarok Hossain and Aftab Uddin Mahmud Chowdhury : Moral hazard in banking, Journal of Banking & Financial Services, vol.9, no.1 pp.95-116, 2015 .
Asif Newaz and Aftab Uddin Mahmud Chowdhury : Bangladesh Bank’s Independence and Governance: Lessons from the case of Reserve Bank of Australia, Dhaka University Journal of Business Studies, vol.XXXVI, no.3 pp.81-111, 2014 .
Md. Abul Kashem, Aftab Uddin Mahmud Chowdhury and Abul Khayer : Building Social Capital through microfinance: The case of Grameen Bank, Bangladesh Journal of MIS, vol.5, no.2 pp.143-151, 2013 .
Aftab Uddin Mahmud Chowdhury : Exploring the determinants of higher Interest rate spread in the banking sector of Bangladesh, Journal of Banking & Financial Services, vol.6, no.1 pp.195-21, 2012 .