Saleh Nur Muhammad Al-Mamun
- ECON 1025
Saleh Mamun is a PhD student 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 and development 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 PhD in Economics, he worked as a Research Associate at Microcredit Regulatory Authority, Bangladesh, a product officer at Singer Bangladesh Limited, a Civil Works Coordinator at M/S Ataur Rahman Khan, Bangladesh. He has experience in research on environmental issues from business, development, and engineering perspective.
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.
Mamun, S. "Accessibility of Microfinance: Potential Tool for Dissemination of Solar Home Systems" (submitted to Development in Practice).