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Researcher, International Migration research Centre (IMRC), Canada

Mohammad Moniruzzaman is affiliated with International Migration research Centre (IMRC) in Canada. His broader research interest includes economic and environmental migration, migration and food security interlinkages, tools and metrics of food security assessment, modeling household food security. His professional and academic background is multidisciplinary and spans across the disciplines of Public Policy, Economics and Development Geography. He received his PhD in Geography from Wilfrid Laurier University and MA degree in Economics from Ritsumeikan University, Japan.

 

Mohammad Moniruzzaman est associé au Centre de recherche sur les migrations internationales (IMRC) au Canada. Ses domaines d’intérêt en matière de recherche sont les suivants : migrations liées aux problèmes économiques et aux problèmes environnementaux ; liens d’interdépendance entre les migrations et la sécurité alimentaire ; outils et métriques d’évaluation de la sécurité alimentaire ; modélisation de la sécurité alimentaire des ménages. Son expérience professionnelle et son parcours académique sont multidisciplinaires et couvrent les disciplines suivantes : politiques publiques, économie et géographie du développement. Il a obtenu son doctorat (Ph. D.) en géographie à l’Université Wilfrid Laurier et sa maîtrise en économie à l’Université de Ritsumeikan au Japon.

 

Mohammad Moniruzzaman está afiliado al Centro Internacional de Investigaciones sobre Migración [International Migration research Centre (IMRC)] en Canadá. Su interés de investigación incluye la migración económica y ambiental, las interconexiones de migración y seguridad alimentaria, los instrumentos y las métricas de la evaluación de la seguridad alimentaria, modelar la seguridad alimentaria familiar. Su experiencia profesional y académica es multidisciplinaria y abarca Política Pública, Economía y Geografía de Desarrollo. Obtuvo su Doctorado en Geografía en la Wilfrid Laurier University y una Maestría en Economía en la Ritsumeikan University en Japón.

  • 14 May 2018
  • By: Moniruzzaman, Mohammad
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Migration’s resource backwash: why sending households do not always gain

The value of remittances sent by migrant workers back to their native countries is widely recognized. Far less...

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  • 28 Feb 2018
  • By: Moniruzzaman, Mohammad
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Food security in megacities: climate migration and informal food systems

As people in developing countries continue to crowd into megacities, sometimes as a result of climate-related migration...

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