Hassan Book Depot: an eminent member of the publication industry
AuthorAlam, Mohammad Tawhid Al
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Despite having a huge population, if we compare with other countries like China and India, Bangladesh has not been able to take much advantage of it. Except for one or two sectors particularly, population has been a liability, rather than an asset. Whereas, there are theories that shows a direct proportional relation between human capital & economic development (Simkovic, 2013). It can be seen in the neighboring countries as well. India, building some of the world’s renowned universities, now has one of the biggest economy. Similarly, China is now the global manufacturer of almost everything that exists in this planet, just by training their workforce in that way. However, currently, scenario in Bangladesh is changing by a wide margin as well. According to a recent report, Bangladesh has advanced incredibly in the education sector, in last two decades.(The World Bank, 2016). This case study focuses on one of the major stakeholders of the education sector, a publishing house. In this report, it is portrayed how education industry of Bangladesh is effected by the publishing houses of the country. Also, it is shown how it can contribute in the country’s economy directly, or indirectly.