SMART JOURNAL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT STUDIES VOL. 3 NO. 2 PAPER 2
 
POLICY GUIDELINES TOWARDS INVESTMENT AND INDUSTRIALIZATION OF BANGLADESH: A CRITICAL APPRECIATION
 
M Ahsan Habib
Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting and Information Systems University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi 6205, Bangaladesh
 
Industrialization is a long-term process which requires huge investment of capital, machineries, technologies, skilled human resources and other infrastructural support services and needs, among other things, a consistent macro-economic policy support of the government and participation of private sector investment for its continuing growth and development for country. Bangladesh is a late starter in the process of industrialization and had to undergo divergent policy regimes. Though industrial policy is framed to augment economic and industrial growth, it has to consider many other socio-economic factors of a country.
 
KEYWORDS: Industrial Investment, Industrial Policy (IP), FDIís, Good Governances JEL CLASSIFICATIONS: O25, O14, L52 FULL TEXT