Ataul Huq is a very patient observer of Development Economics. A versatile writer, Professor Pramanik demonstrates a keen interest in the gradual history of development, its changing patterns and evolving strategies pursued by the regimes all over the world.


His innumerable works include books and international conference papers presented all over the world. Professor Pramanik empirically verified and tested the theories of Development championed by the renowned scholars including Nobel Laureates- Arthur Lewis, Karl Marx, Noam Chomsky, Piketty, Noah Feldman, Farid Zakaria, Kuznets, Keynes, Harrod and Domar, Mahbubul Haq, Hans Singer, Ragner Nurkse, Michael Lipton, Joseph Stiglitz, Paul Krugman Milton Friedman, Mahbubul Haq, A. K. Sen, Arundhoti Roy, Yunus, Mahbubul Alam Chasi (Farmer), Mahathir Mohamed, Chandra Muzaffar and many more.


His commitment to examining conventional theories from material, moral and spiritual perspective has relevance to the works of some of the early Islamic economic thinkers like Ibn Khaldun, Nejatullah Siddiqi, Khurshid Ahmad, Nawab Haider Naqvi, Mannan, Vali Nasr and many more.


Other Books of Author: Elementary Statistics; Baboharik Parishankyan (Applied Statistics); Soodbihin Islamic Bank Babostha (ed.); Readings in Islamic Banking (ed.); Development and Finance in Islam (ed.); Development and Distribution in Islam; Malaysia’s Economic Success; Human Development with Dignity; Urban Poverty: A Case Study of Malaysia; Islamic Banking: How Far Have We Gone? (ed.); Poverty with Many Faces: A Case Study of Malaysia; Muslim World Agriculture in Disarray: An Agenda for Collective Self-reliant Development; Development through Urban Bias Public Expenditure: An Empirical Study of Bangladesh; Islam, Democracy and Development: Institutional and Policy Failures in the Muslim World; Poverty from Multi-dimensional Perspectives: A Micro Level Study of Seven Malaysian Kampungs (Villages); Political Economy of Development: A Comparative Study of Regime Performance; Political Economy of Development: A Comparative Study of Regime Performance in the Muslim World.