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    Room: 3389, Kobi Jibanananda Das Academic building, Khulna University, Khulna-9208, Bangladesh

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    syed.afroz@econ.ku.ac.bd

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Syed Afroz Keramat
Lecturer

Ph.D. in health economics [currently Pursuing]

Name of Institution: University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, QLD 4350, Australia

Erasmus Mundus Double Master of Science (MSc) in Economic Development and Growth [2013-2015]

Name of Institution-1:              The University of Warwick, UK 

Name of Institution-2:              Lund University, Sweden 

MSc in Risk and Emergency Management [2013]

Name of Institution:                 UME Graduate School, University of Pavia, Italy

Master of Social Science (MSS) in Economics [2012]

Name of Institution:                 Khulna University, (www.ku.ac.bd), Khulna-9208, Bangladesh

Bachelor of Social Science (BSS) in Economics [2010]

Name of Institution:                 Khulna University, (www.ku.ac.bd), Khulna-9208, Bangladesh

Health Economics, public health, Labour Economics, and Development Economics

2018-present                     Lecturer (Currently on study leave)

                                                Economics Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna-9208, Bangladesh

01/2016-12/2017              Lecturer, Department of Economics,

                                                 American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB);

                                                Website: www.aiub.edu, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

05/2012-08/2012             Lecturer, Economics Discipline,

                                                Stamford University Bangladesh, Dhaka

1. Impact of disadvantaged neighborhoods and lifestyle factors on adult obesity: evidence from a 5-year cohort study in Australia. 2020. [Journal: American Journal of Health Promotion, Publisher: Sage, Quartile: Q1].

2. Gender differences in the longitudinal association between obesity, and disability with workplace absenteeism in the Australian working population. 2020. [Journal: PLoS ONE, Quartile: Q1].

3. Job-Related Characteristics and Obesity in Australian Employees: Evidence From a Longitudinal Nationally Representative Sample. 2020. [Journal: American Journal of Health Promotion, Publisher: Sage, Quartile: Q1].

4. Obesity, Long-Term Health Problems, and Workplace Satisfaction: A Longitudinal Study of Australian Workers. 2019. [Journal: Journal of Community Health, Publisher: Springer Nature, Quartile: Q1].

5. Cost-effectiveness of the introduction of two-dose bi-valent (Cervarix) and quadrivalent (Gardasil) HPV vaccination for adolescent girls in Bangladesh. 2019. [Journal: Vaccine, Publisher: Elsevier, Quartile: Q1]. 

6. Determinants of access to eHealth services in regional Australia. 2019. [Journal: International journal of medical informatics. Publisher: Elsevier, Quartile: Q1].

7. Wealth-related inequalities of women’s knowledge of cervical cancer screening and service utilisation in 18 resource-constrained countries: Evidence from a pooled decomposition analysis. 2020. [Journal: International Journal for Equity in Health. Publisher: BMC, Quartile: Q1].

8. Wealth stratified inequalities in service utilisation of breast cancer screening across the geographical regions: a pooled decomposition analysis. 2020. [Journal: Archives of Public Health. Publisher: BMC, Quartile: Q1].

9. Cost-effectiveness evaluations of 9-Valent human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine: Evidence from systematic review.  2020.  [Journal: PLoS ONE, Quartile: Q1].