The University
of Queensland

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m.alauddin@uq.edu.au

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+61 7 336 56664

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+61 7 3365 7299

Location

640 [colin clark building]

Associate Professor Mohammad Alauddin

The University of Queensland

Mohammad on Google Scholar

Input-Orientated Data Envelopment Analysis Framework for Measuring and Decomposing Economic, Environmental and Ecological Efficiency: An Application to OECD Agriculture
VN Hoang, M Alauddin
Environmental and Resource Economics, 1-22
62012
What They Think, What They Expect, and What They Practise: A Multivariate Analysis of Students′ Perceptions about Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
M Alauddin
2011
Market-oriented reforms and poverty in Bangladesh
CA Tisdell, M Alauddin
Routledge
62011
Analysis of agricultural sustainability: A review of exergy methodologies and their application in OECD countries
VN Hoang, M Alauddin
International Journal of Energy Research 35 (6), 459-476
92011
Do instructional attributes pose multicollinearity problems? An empirical exploration
M Alauddin, HS Nghiemb
Economic Analysis and Policy 40 (3), 351
22010
Does performance in progressive assessment influence the outcome in final examination? An Australian experience
M Alauddin, A Khan
Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability 22 (4), 293-305
2010
Assessing the eco-environmental performance of agricultural production in OECD countries: the use of nitrogen flows and balance
VN Hoang, M Alauddin
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 87 (3), 353-368
122010
Explaining agricultural productivity growth: an international perspective
D Headey, M Alauddin, DS Rao
Agricultural economics 41 (1), 1-14
322010
Agricultural intensification, irrigation and the environment in South Asia: Issues and policy options
M Alauddin, J Quiggin
Ecological Economics 65 (1), 111-124
332008
Are There Any'hot'Spots and'bright'Spots of Rice Water Productivity in Bangladesh?: A Spatio-temporal Analysis of District-level Data
M Alauddin, UA Amarasinghe, BR Sharma, University of Queensland. School of ...
University of Queensland, School of Economics
12008
Students' Evaluation of Teaching Effectiveness: What Surveys Tell and What They Do Not Tell
M Alauddin, CA Tisdell
Economic Theory, Applications and Issues Working Papers
12006
Trade liberalization in Bangladesh: the process and its impact on macro variables particularly export expansion
MA Hossain, M Alauddin
The Journal of Developing Areas, 127-150
272005
Teaching Economics at the University Level: Dynamics of Parameters and Implications
M Alauddin, J Foster
12005
Economic analysis of food-borne diseases control program in Australia
SA Khandaker, M Alauddin
International Journal of Social Economics 32 (9), 767-782
12005
Agricultural productivity growth, employment and poverty in developing countries, 1970-2000
DSP Rao, TJ Coelli, M Alauddin
International Labour Office
292005
Environmentalizing economic development: a South Asian perspective
M Alauddin
Ecological Economics 51 (3), 251-270
162004
Economic Impact of E. coli O111 Outbreak in 1995 in Australia
SA Khandaker, M Alauddin
American Journal of Applied Sciences 1 (4), 302-308
32004
From a vicious circle of anxiety to a virtuous circle of learning: experience of teaching statistics to a heterogeneous clientele
M Alauddin, JE Butler
American Journal of Applied Sciences 1 (3), 202-208
82004
Teaching economics in a changing university environment: Some Australian experience
M Alauddin, JE Butler
International Journal of Social Economics 31 (7), 706-720
112004
Bangladesh's Agriculture in Reform Mode: Experiences, Obstacles and Prospects
M Alauddin
South Asia in the era of globalization: trade, industrialization, and ...
22004
Agricultural Productivity Growth and Poverty in Developing Countries, 1970–2000
DS Prasada Rao, TJ Colleli, M Alauddin
Employment Strategy Papers
42004
Economic Liberalisation and Environmental Concerns: A South Asian Perspective*
M Alauddin
South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies 26 (3), 439-453
62003
Demand for M2 in Developing Countries: An Empirical Panel Investigation: Discussion Paper No. 149
A Valadkhani, M Alauddin
Queensland University of Technology
2003
Causes and Implications of Declining Economics Major: A Focus on Australia
M Alauddin, A Valadkhani
42003
Demand for M2 in developing countries: An empirical panel investigation
A Valadkhani, M Alauddin
School of Economics and Finance Discussion Papers and Working Papers Series
142003
Causes and implications of the decline of the economics majors: A focus on Australia
M Alauddin, A Valadkhani
Journal of Economic and Social Policy 7 (2), 68-90
92003
Environment and agriculture in a developing economy: Problems and prospects for Bangladesh
M Alauddin, M Hossain
Edward Elgar Publishing
272001
Changing academic environment and teaching of economics at the university level: some critical issues analysed with the help of microeconomics
M Alauddin, C Tisdell
Economic Papers: A journal of applied economics and policy 19 (1), 1-17
172000
South Asia's experiences, challenges and prospects in global context
M Alauddin
MacMillan
11999
Shrimp culture in Bangladesh with emphasis on social and economic aspects
M Alauddin, MA Hamid
ACIAR PROCEEDINGS, 53-62
131999
Structural reforms in Bangladesh: Their impact on efficiency in resource use, equity and the rural environment
N Jahan, M Alauddin, CA Tisdell
MacMillan
91999
Trade among South Asian nations: Experiences and prospects
M Alauddin
MacMillan Press
51999
Women and the environment with special reference to rural Bangladesh.
N Jahan, M Alauddin, M Alauddin, S Hasan
Development, governance and the environment in South Asia: a focus on ...
1999
Development, Government and the Environment in South Asia: A Focus on Bangladesh
M Alauddin
Macmillan, and New York: St Martin's
21999
Coastal aquaculture in South Asia: experiences and lessons.
M Alauddin, MA Hamid, M Alauddin, S Hasan
Development, governance and the environment in South Asia: a focus on ...
31999
Development, governance and the environment in South Asia: a focus on Bangladesh.
M Alauddin, S Hasan
Development, governance and the environment in South Asia: a focus on ...
51999
Teaching economics in a changing environment: a differentiated product for a differential clientele
M Alauddin
project in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Graduate ...
61999
Coming out of their homesteads?: Employment for rural women in shrimp aquaculture in coastal Bangladesh
MA Hamid, M Alauddin
International Journal of Social Economics 25 (2/3/4), 314-337
91998
Emerald Article: Coming out of their homesteads?: Employment for rural women in shrimp aquaculture in coastal Bangladesh
MA Hamid, M Alauddin
Economics 25 (2/3), 4
1998
The environment and economic development in South Asia: an overview concentrating on Bangladesh.
M Alauddin, CA Tisdell
The environment and economic development in South Asia: an overview ...
321998
The environment and development in South Asia
CA Tisdell, M Alauddin
Development that Lasts, New Delhi: New Age International, 139-50
21997
The Readymade Garment Industry of Bangladesh and Changing Structure of Foreign Trade
M Alauddin
Development That Lasts, New Delhi: New Age International, 99-113
31997
Bangladesh
RT Shand, M Alauddin
Australia South Asia Research Centre, Research School of Pacific and Asian ...
81997
Have women lost out in the development process?: Some evidence from rural Bangladesh
N Jahan, M Alauddin
International Journal of Social Economics 23 (4/5/6), 370-390
81996
Total Factor Productivity Growth In Bangladesh Agriculture: An Analysis of the Crop Sector
N Jahan, M Alauddin
DISCUSSION PAPERS-UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
21996
Bangladesh: Economy, People, and the Environment
S Hasan
Department of Economics, University of Queensland
11996
Labor absorption and agricultural development: Bangladesh's experience and predicament
M Alauddin, C Tisdell
World Development 23 (2), 281-297
261995
Technology-environment-employment linkages and the rural poor of Bangladesh: insights from farm-level data.
M Alauddin, MK Mujeri, CA Tisdell, I Ahmed, JA Doeleman
Beyond Rio: the environmental crisis and sustainable livelihoods in the ...
71995
Individual transferable quota markets and investment decisions in the fixed gear sablefish industry
D Squires, M Alauddin, J Kirkley
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 27 (2), 185-204
391994
Trade and Linkages Using Input-Output Approach: An Empirical Investigation of Bangladesh
MK Mujeri, M Alauddin
The Pakistan Development Review 33 (1), 75-92
11994
[BOOK REVIEW] THE'GREEN REVOLUTION'AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, THE PROCESS AND ITS IMPACT IN BANGLADESH
M Alauddin, CA Tisdell
Economic Development & Cultural Change 42 (3), 683-688
1994
Consumption, savings and investment by social class in Bangladesh: does the rural sector support the urban sector?
MK Mujeri, M Alauddin, C Tisdell
The Journal of Development Studies 30 (1), 226-245
21993
Divergency between average and frontier production technologies: an empirical investigation for Bangladesh
M Alauddin, D Squires, C Tisdell
Applied Economics 25 (3), 379-388
171993
The Ishikawa Curve and Agricultural Productivity in Bangladesh-Some New Findings
C Tisdell, M Alauddin
Hitotsubashi journal of economics 33 (1), 113-127
51992
The potential effects of individual transferable quotas in the fixed gear sablefish fishery
D Squires, M Alauddin, JE Kirkley
National Marine Fisheries Service, Southwest Fisheries Science Center
21992
Environmental Spillovers, Poverty and Failure to Balance Societal Demands on Water Resources in Bangladesh
CA Tisdell, M Alauddin, MK Mujeiri
University of Queensland, Department of Economics
51992
Inflation in OECD Countries: A Test of the Monetarist Hypothesis
M Alauddin, MK Mujeri
University of Queensland, Department of Economics
71992
The Use of Input-Output Analysis in Determining Import Intensity of Consumption: Evidence from Bangladesh
MK Mujeri, M Alauddin, University of Queensland. Dept. of Economics
University of Queensland, Department of Economics
71992
Consumption, Savings and Investment by Social Class in Bangladesh: Does the Rural Sector Support the Urban Sector?
MK Mujeri, M Alauddin, CA Tisdell
University of Queensland, Department of Economics
81992
Rural-urban migration and poverty in South Asia
KC Roy, C Tisdell, M Alauddin
Journal of contemporary Asia 22 (1), 57-72
211992
A Note on the Import Intensity of Consumption in Bangladesh
MK Mujeri, M Alauddin
The Bangladesh Development Studies 19 (4), 93-105
21991
Welfare consequences of Green Revolution technology: changes in Bangladeshi food production and diet
M Alauddin, C Tisdell
Development and Change 22 (3), 497-517
31991
Trade and Linkages in the Bangladesh Economy: An Input-Output Approach
MK Mujeri, M Alauddin
November
71991
The “green revolution’and labour absorption in Bangladesh agriculture: The relevance of the east Asian experience
M Alauddin, C Tisdell
Pakistan Development Review 30 (2), 173-188
61991
The'Green Revolution'and economic development: the process and its impact in Bangladesh.
M Alauddin, CA Tisdell
The'Green Revolution'and economic development: the process and its impact in ...
711991
Poverty, resource distribution and security: the impact of new agricultural technology in rural Bangladesh
M Alauddin, C Tisdell
The Journal of Development Studies 25 (4), 550-570
151989
NEW CROP VARIETIES: IMPACT ON DIVERSIFICATION AND STABILITY OF YIELDS*
C Tisdell, M ALAUDDON
Australian economic papers 28 (52), 123-140
61989
Biochemical technology and Bangladeshi land productivity: Diwan and Kallianpuf's analysis reapplied and critically examined
M Alauddin, C Tisdell
Applied economics 21 (6), 741-760
31989
Rural poverty and resource distribution in Bangladesh: Green Revolution and beyond
M Alauddin, CA Tisdell
IAAE Occasional Paper
11989
Impact of new agricultural technology on the instability of foodgrain production and yield: Data analysis for Bangladesh and its districts
M Alauddin, C Tisdell
Journal of Development Economics 29 (2), 199-227
211988
Patterns and determinants of adoption of high yielding varieties: farm-level evidence from Bangladesh
M Alauddin, C Tisdell
The Pakistan Development Review, 183-210
111988
Has the Green Revolution destabilized food production?: Some evidence from Bangladesh
M Alauddin, C TISDELL
The Developing Economies 26 (2), 141-160
61988
Technological change, development and the environment: socio-economic perspectives
Taylor & Francis
121988
The'Green Revolution'in Bangladesh: Implications for Growth, Distribution, Stability and Sustainability
M Alauddin
University of Newcastle
11988
New agricultural technology and sustainable food production: Bangladesh's achievements, predicament and prospects
M Alauddin, CA Tisdell
Routledge
71988
Dynamics of adoption and diffusion of HYV technology: New evidence of inter-farm differences in Bangladesh
M Alauddin, CA Tisdell, University of Newcastle (NSW). Dept. of Economics
University of Newcastle, Department of Economics
61988
The use of input-output analysis to determine the appropriateness of technology and industries: evidence from Bangladesh
M Alauddin, C Tisdell
Economic Development and Cultural Change 36 (2), 369-391
171988
Trends and projections for Bangladeshi food production:: Rejoinder to M. Alauddin and C. Tisdell
JK Boyce
Food Policy 12 (4), 332-336
81987
Trends and projections for Bangladeshi food production:: An alternative viewpoint
M Alauddin, C Tisdell
Food Policy 12 (4), 318-331
191987
Inappropriate industries and inefficient resource-use in bangladesh: Some evidence from input-output analysis
M Alauddin, CA Tisdell
Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 20 (3), 135-143
21986
Bangladeshi and international agricultural research: Administrative and economic issues
M Alauddin, CA Tisdell
Agricultural Administration 21 (1), 1-20
51986
Market analysis, technical change and income distribution in semi-subsistence agriculture: The case of Bangladesh
M Alauddin, C Tisdell
Agricultural Economics 1 (1), 1-18
181986
DECOMPOSITION METHODS, AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE: A CRITIQUE SUPPORTED BY BANGLADESHI DATA*
M Alauddin, C Tisdell
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 48 (4), 353-372
181986
Identification of key sectors in the Bangladesh economy: a linkage analysis approach
M Alauddin
Applied Economics 18 (4), 421-442
201986
Growth and change in the crop sector of Bangladesh: A disaggregated analysis
M Alauddin, MK Mujeri
Journal of Contemporary Asia 16 (1), 55-74
51986
Employment and productivity growth in Bangladesh agriculture: an inter-district analysis
M Alauddin, MK Mujeri
Marga 8
101985
Inter-industry analysis of employment linkages in Bangladesh
A Habib, C Stahl, M Alauddin
Economics of Planning 19 (1), 24-32
81985
Structural Interdependence And Bangladesh Agriculture: 1972–73 AND 1977–78*
M Alauddin, TJ Mules
Australian economic papers 19 (34), 155-167
41980
Choice of Technology in Bangladesh Agriculture: An R and D Perspective
M Alauddin
University of Adelaide, Department of Economics
1980