This list represents some of the academic works of the SANPA members.

Zafarullah, H. and A.S. Huque (eds.). (2021). Handbook of Development Policy. London: Edward Edgar (Forthcoming).

Huong Ha, R. Lalitha S. Fernando, Amir Mahmood. (2015). Strategic Disaster Risk Management in Asia. Springer, India 2015, ISBN: 978-81-322-2372-6 (Print) 978-81-322-2373-3 (Online).

Huong Ha, R. Lalitha S. Fernando and Sanjeev Kumar Mahajan (2018). Disaster Risk Management: Case Studies in South Asian Countries. Business Expert Press.

Haque, Akhlaque. (2015). Surveillance, Transparency and Democracy: Public Administration in the Information Age. The University of Alabama Press. ISBN: 978-0-8173-1877-2.

Ahmed, A., Haque, A, & Murshid, N. & Q. Rahim. (2019). Governance and the Governed: Democracy and Development in Bangladesh. University Press Limited (UPL). ISBN 978 984 506 271 8.

M. M. Rahman. (2018). Development Agenda and Donor Influence in South Asia: Bangladesh’s Experiences in the PRSP Regime. Routledge, London.

Islam, K M Baharul and M Z M Noomani. (2019). Environmental Impact Assessment: Precept and Practice. Manakin Publication.

Islam, K M Baharul and A Raushan. (2017). Educational Policy Reforms: National Perspective. Bloomsbury.

Islam, K M Baharul and A Raushan. (2016). Public Policy Agenda: Decrypting Sustainability for India. Bloomsbury.

Siddiquee, N. (2013). Public Management and Governance in Malaysia: Trends and Transformations. Routledge, London.

Nawaz, F. (2020). Climate Change Mitigation and Green Entrepreneurship: Risks and Response. NOVA science publisher, New York, USA.

Nawaz, F. (2019). Microfinance and Women’s Empowerment in Bangladesh: Unpacking the Untold Narratives. Palgrave Macmillan Publishing, London, UK.

Momen, M.N., Baikady, R., Sheng-Li, C. & Basavaraj M. (2020).  Building Sustainable Communities-Civil Society Response in South Asia. Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. published under the Imprint of Palgrave Macmillan.

Routray, J. K. and Ahmad, M. M. (2016). Urban and Peri-Urban Agriculture in Asia. Bangkok: AIT.

Thapa, G.B., Viswanathan, P.K., Routray, J. K. and Ahmad, M.M. (eds.) (2010). Agricultural Transition in Asia – Trajectories and Challenges. Bangkok: AIT.

Shuvra Chowdhury, Pranab Kumar  Panday. (2018). Strengthening Local Governance in Bangladesh: Reforms, Participation and Accountability. Springer International Publishing (USA).

(2021), Islam, Tarikul. Local Government in Bangladesh Contemporary Issues and Challenges. Routledge

Datta, Prabhat. (2006). Decentralisation,  Participation and Governance. Kalpaz Publications

(2020). Empowering marginalized women through entrepreneurship: Breaking the barrier, In Lokuge (Eds) ‘Rural Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Digital Era’, IGI Global, Pennsylvania, USA

 (2018). Conscientization among rural women: A case of Bangladesh, In Nilan (Eds)  ‘Conscientization’, Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, New York

(2021). Momen, M.N. Regulatory Governance and Its Significance in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals. In: Leal Filho W., Azul A.M., Brandli L., Lange Salvia A., Özuyar P.G., Wall T. (eds) Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Springer, Cham.

(2019). Begum, M.M. and Momen, M.N. Coordination Does Matter for Disaster Management in Bangladesh., In Bupinder Zutshi, Akbaruddin Ahmad, Ananda Babu Srungarapati (Ed.) Disaster Risk Reduction: Community Resilience and Responses, Palgrave Macmillan, published by the registered company Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 

Datta, P. K. (2019). Democratic Decentralisation in Rural India: Where and How Politics Matter. In Mrudul Nile (ed.) Re-Engineering  Grassroots Governance: Electoral Interventions Nav Vishnu Publications, Mumbai,2019

Datta, P. K. (2019). Decentralisation and Development: Lessons from the Working of Political Panchayats under the Left Front Rule in West Bengal (1978-2011). In N. Ambedkar ( ed.) Governance in India: Fresh Perspectives, Segment Books, 2019 

Saqib, S., Nunbhakdi, C. and Ahmad, M.M. (2021). “Development Efforts and Response to the Regional Conflicts in Socially Sensitive Areas of South Provinces, Thailand”. In Hasnat, G.N.T. and Hossain, M.K. (eds.). Examining International Land Use Policies, Changes, and Conflicts. Pennsylvania: IGI Global.

Rahman, M Mizanur. (2021/forthcoming). Development aid and the mainstreaming of the ‘ownership principle’ in development policy. In Habib Zafarullah & Ahmed Shafiqul Haque (Eds.) Handbook of Development Policy. Edward Elgar.

Rahman, M Mizanur. (2014). Ownership or ‘guided ownership’: A revisit of Bangladesh’s policy dependence in PRSP regime. In Salahuddin M. Aminuzzaman, Rizwan Khair & Ipshita Basu (Eds.) Governance at crossroads: Insights from Bangladesh. Institute of Governance Studies (IGS), Brac University.

Ahmad, M.M. (2021). “The Struggle against Salinity Intrusion: Exploring the Alternative Coping Mechanisms by the Coastal Community in   Bangladesh”. In Babel, M.S., et al. (edt.). Water Security in Asia Opportunities and Challenges in the Context of Climate Change. Heidelberg: Springer.

(2021). Islam, K M Baharul & Sana Fatima.. ‘Negotiating Gender Spaces in Mainstream Bollywood Narratives: A Thematic Discourse Analysis of Female Representation’, in Maria B Maron ed., Misogyny across Global Media. New York: Lexington Books.

(2020). K. M. Baharul Islam and Sana Fatima. In Maria B Marron (Ed) Misogyny across Global Media. New York: Lexington Books.

(2021). Islam, K M Baharul & Sana Fatima. Socio-political appropriation of a dialect: The case of Sylheti and identity question in Assam. In Majeed, J, Satpathy, S. and Sinfer, W. (Eds). Regional languages, identity and the state in modern India. Routledge  

(2017). Dash, B. B. and K M Baharul Islam. “The Delhi Rape Case: The Role of Social Media in Protests and Policy Change”, in Juliet Dee ed. From Tahrir Square to Ferguson: Social Networks as Facilitators of Social iMovements, ; New York: Peter Lang.

Datta, P.K., and Sodhi, I.S. (2020). Decentralized Planning in an Indian State: An Exploratory Exercise. J. Asian Rur. Stud. 4(2): 138-153

Datta, P. K & Sen, P. (2020). Governance in the Sixth Schedule Areas in India’s North-East: Context, Content and Challenges. Indian Journal of Public Administration 66(2) 191–205, 2020

Datta, P. K. (2019). Exploring the Dynamics of Deliberative Democracyin Rural India: Lessons from the Working of Gram Sabhas in India and Gram Sansads in West Bengal. Indian Journal of Public Administration1–19© 2019 IIPA

Datta, P. K. (2019). Rural decentralization in India at the crossroads: The context, challenges and consequences. Journal of Asian Rural Studies, 3(1): 17-34

Siddiquee, N. A. (2020). Collaborative approach to public service improvement: The Malaysian experience and lessons, International Journal of Public Sector Management (2020), (with Xavier, JA):  

Siddiquee, N. A. (2020). Absolute power, absolute venality: Politics of Corruption and Anti-corruption in Malaysia (with Zafarullah, H.) Public Integrity (2020), (with Zafarullah, H.), DOI:10.1080/10999922.2020.1830541

Rahman, M Mizanur. (2019). Participation as aid conditionality: parliamentary engagement in Bangladesh’s poverty reduction strategy. The Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 41(4), 230-236, DOI: 10.1080/23276665.2019.1692523

Rahman, M Mizanur and Quadir, Fahimul. (2018). The civil service’s ‘fast food approach’ to development policy-making in Bangladesh: critique and agenda for reform. The Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 40(3). DOI: 10.1080/23276665.2018.1516278

Azmat, F; Samaratunge, R; and Ferdous, A (2020) ‘Consumer well-being and social responsibility of subsistence entrepreneurs in subsistence marketplace’, Journal of Consumer Affairs, pp 1-53

Collins, A, Azmat, F and Rentschler, Ruth 2018, ‘Bringing everyone on the same journey’: revisiting inclusion in higher education, Studies in Higher Education, Vol. 44, pp. 1-13,

Azmat, F; Ferdous, A; Rentschler, R and Winston, E (2018) ‘Arts-based initiatives in museums: creating value for sustainable development. Journal of Business Research Vol. 85, pp. 386-395

Azmat, F., & Rentschler, R. (2017). ‘Gender and ethnic diversity on boards and corporate responsibility: the case of the arts sector. Journal of Business Ethics Vol. 141, pp. 317-336

Azmat, F; Ferdous, S. A and Couchman, P:  (2015). Understanding the dynamics between social entrepreneurship and inclusive growth in subsistence marketplaces,  Journal of Public Policy & Marketing.

Haque, M. Z., & Azmat, F. (2015). Corporate social responsibility, economic globalization and developing countries: A case study of the ready made garments industry in Bangladesh. Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal6(2), 166-189. doi:10.1108/SAMPJ-04-2014-0028

Wersun A, Klatt J, Azmat FSuri H, Hauser C, Bogie J, Meaney M, Ivanov N  (2020) Blueprint for SDG Integration into Curriculum, Research and Partnerships; UN PRME Secretariat.

Azmat, F (2020) Social Exclusion and Social Inclusion In Encyclopaedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. 1-10. Springer International Publishing

Siddiquee, N. A. (2020). Taxation and governance in Bangladesh: A Study of the Value-added Tax, International Journal of Public Administration, (2020), (with Saleheen, AM):

Siddiquee, N. A. (2019). Public management reform in the post-NPM era: lessons from Malaysia’s National Blue Ocean Strategy, Public Money & Management (2019) (with Xavier, AJ, and M. Zin).

Siddiquee, N. A.  (2020). Driving performance in the public sector: What can we learn from Malaysia’s service delivery reform? International Journal of Productivity & Performance Management, (2019): DOI 10.1108/IJPPM-06-2018-0232

Nawaz, F. (2020). The Impact of Non-Go the Impact of Non-Government Organizations on Women’s Mobility in Public Life: An Empirical Study in Rural Bangladesh, Journal of International Women’s Studies. Vol 21(2):91-113

Nawaz, F. (2019). Adverse Political Incentives and Obstinate Behavioural Norms, A Study of Social Safety Nets in Bangladesh. International Review of Administrative Sciences, Vol 26(1):70-91 (With Dr Abu Elias Sarker)

(2020). Akhter, M.S., Islam, M.H. & Momen, M.N. Problematic Internet Use among university students of Bangladesh: The predictive role of age, gender, and loneliness. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment (Taylor & Francis). Vol. 30(8): 1082-1093

(2020). Momen, M.N. Myth and Reality of Freedom of Expression on the Internet. International Journal of Public Administration (Taylor & Francis). Vol. 43 (3): 277-281

Yaseen, M. Ahmad, M.M., Soni, P. and Kuwornu, J.K.M. (2021).”Factors influencing cotton farmers’ utilization of marketing information sources: Some empirical evidence from Pakistan”. Development in Practice. (Taylor and Francis) (accepted).

Meesook, K. Routray, J.K. and Ahmad, M.M. (2020). “Rural Local Government Finance and Its Management in Thailand: Reflections and Prospective Through Tambon Administrative Organisations”. International Journal of Rural Management. (

(2020). Anwar, I., Saleem, I., Islam, K. M. Baharul and Thoudam, P. (2020). ‘Entrepreneurial intention among female university students: examining the moderating role of entrepreneurial education,’ Journal for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development, 12(4): 217 – 234.

(2019). Khan, A., Islam K. M. Baharul, and Mitra, A. ‘Exploring the status of community information and training for disaster preparation and mitigation practices: An appraisal of 2013 flash flood in Uttarakhand ‘, International Journal of Emergency Management, 15(2): 147-165.

Islam, M. T. Influx of Rohingya Refugees: UN Resolution and Diplomatic Endeavour of Bangladesh Government, Oxford Political Review, University of Oxford

Islam, M. T. Disaster Risk Reduction and Sustainable Development Goals in Developing Countries, Volume for Partnership for the Goals, the Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Springer 

Islam, M. T. COVID-19’s Impacts on Migrant Workers from Bangladesh: In Search of Policy Intervention, World Development, Journal of Elsevier, 2020.