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Saleh Nur Muhammad Al-Mamun

Photo: Saleh Nur Muhammad Al-Mamun

PhD Candidate

Email: 
salmamun@unm.edu
Office: 
ECON 1025
Curriculum vitae
 

Profile:

Biography

Saleh Mamun is a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at the University of New Mexico, specializing in environmental and natural resources economics. His research interest lies in the field of energy economics, environmental economics, public economics, and health economics.

He has a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, MBA in Finance from Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, and M.A. in Development Studies from University of Dhaka. Prior to pursuing a Ph.D. in Economics, he worked 6 years in construction, marketing and government in Bangladesh. He has experience in research on environmental issues from business, development, and engineering perspective.

Selected Publications

Horn, B.P., Li, X., Mamun, S., Guerrin, P., McCrady, B., & French, M.T. (2018) “The Economic Costs of Jail-Based Methadone Maintenance Treatment". The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 44(6), 611-618.

Roni, M.S., Chowdhury, S., Mamun, S., Marufuzzaman, M., Lein, W., & Johnson, S. (2017). “Biomass Co-Firing Technology with Policies, Challenges, and Opportunities: A Global Review". Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 78, 1089-1101.

Roni, M. S., Eksioglu, S. D., Jin, M., & Mamun, S. (2016). “A Hybrid Inventory Policy with Split Delivery under Regular and Surge Demand". International Journal of Production Economics, 172, 126- 136.Current Research

Research Interests

Primary field:

  • Environmental and natural resource economics
  • Energy economics
  • Agricultural economics

Secondary field:

  • Public economics
  • Health economics

Teaching Interests

  • Environmental Economics
  • Natural Resource Economics and Ecological Modeling
  • Quantitative and Mathematical Economics
  • Econometrics
  • Microeconomics
  • Energy Economics
  • Public Economics
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Managerial Economics