Anichul Khan

Lecturer

I have come from a family with a poor financial background. But my sincere efforts have taken me to today’s position, overcoming my hard and struggling life. I was a FDPE (Finnish Doctoral Program in Economics) research fellow, one of the toughest competitive positions in Finland. I completed my PhD in Economics from the University of Helsinki in 2009. I obtained a number of scholarships during my post-graduation studies. I worked for the Bank of Finland for a while.

Besides teaching for UBC, I taught for a number of universities that include Simon Fraser University. Courses taught include Microeconomics and Macroeconomics at both introductory and intermediate levels, Money and Banking, International Economics, Development Economics, Mathematical Economics, Economics and Business Statistics 1 & 2, Econometrics, and International Macroeconomics and Finance.  

In addition to my academic activities, doing regular physical exercise is part of my daily life. Singing song is one of my favorite hobbies.

Anichul Hoque Khan and Hasnat Dewan (2017). “Can the availability of informal loans be detrimental to microloan repayment? Empirical evidence from Bangladesh” Journal of Developing Areas, Vol. 51, No. 4, pp. 347-359.

Anichul Hoque Khan and Hasnat Dewan (2017) “Impact of seasonal temperature rise on labour and capital productivity in manufacturing sector: A study with Canadian panel data” International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 146-155 (DOI: 10.1504/IJESD.2017.10004021)

Anichul Hoque Khan and Kazi Nazrul Islam (2016) “Do microloans induce performance of traditional-loans? Evidence from borrowers of Grameen and similar banks”, Journal of Developing Areas, Vol. 50, Iss. 4, pp. 173-182

Anichul Hoque Khan and Hasnat Dewan (2016). “Flood related health-risk management: Does the household financial condition or the level of education matter?” Empirical Economics Letters, Vol. 15, No. 11 (Nov 2016)

Anichul H. Khan and Hasnat Dewan (2014): “Measuring the severity of a banking crisis and finding its associated factors: How are the factors different for simple and severe banking crises?” Theoretical Economics Letters, Vol. 4, 857-866

Anichul Hoque Khan and Hasnat Dewan (2013) “Who should supervise banks for the banking sector stability?” Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 20 (year 2013), Issue 17, Pages: 1531-1537

Anichul Hoque Khan and Kazi Nazrul Islam (2012) “Power of a deposit insurance scheme’s authority and a banking crisis”, Journal of Business Administration Research, Vol.1, No.2; DOI: 10.5430/jbar.v1n2p88

Anichul Hoque Khan and Hasnat Dewan (2012) “Factors correlating with long-lasting banking crises: a special focus on crisis resolution policy measures”, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 20 (year 2013), Issue 3, Pages: 227-232

Anichul Hoque Khan, Haider Ali Khan, and Hasnat Dewan (2011) “Central bank autonomy, legal institutions and banking crisis incidence” International Journal of Finance and Economics, Vol. 18 (year 2013), Issue 1, Pages: 51-73

Anichul Hoque Khan and Hasnat Dewan (2010) “Deposit insurance scheme (DIS) and banking crises: a special focus on less developed countries”, Empirical Economics, Vol. 41, Issue 1: 155-182

Winter 2018

ECON101 Principles of Microeconomics Sections

Elements of theory and of Canadian policy and institutions concerning the economics of markets and market behaviour, prices and costs, exchange and trade, competition and monopoly, distribution of income.

Winter 2018

ECON102 Principles of Macroeconomics Sections

Elements of theory and of Canadian policy and institutions concerning the economics of growth and business cycles, national income accounting, interest and exchange rates, money and banking, the balance of trade.

Winter 2018

ECON345 Money and Banking Sections

Financial markets and financial institutions in theory and practice; structure and development of the Canadian financial system; development and theory of the regulation of the financial system; process of monetary control; theory and history of central banking and monetary policy.