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This is the presentation slides of the simple research work, done by me. I had got a great support from my teacher Mr. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam

This is the presentation slides of the simple research work, done by me. I had got a great support from my teacher Mr. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam

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    Factors Influencing the GDP in Bangladesh Factors Influencing the GDP in Bangladesh Presentation Transcript

    • FACTORS INFLUENCINGTHE GDP IN BANGLADESHCOURSE NAME:Research Methodology(604)PRESENTED BY:Sunanda SarkerRoll no: 161201
    • Objective of the ResearchTo Identify the factors thatinfluence the GDP in Bangladesh.
    • Methodology• Type of Data: Secondary• Nature of Data: Numeric, Ratio level• Variable Type: Quantitative, continuous• Sources of Data: Books, journals, different publications,different research paper, different websites etc.• Sampling Unit: All economic variables which are consideredwhile calculating GDP• Sample Size: 15• Sampling Procedure: Non-probability sampling• Models Used to Analyze Data: Multiple regression model,ANOVA, Coefficient of regression etc.• Tool used to Analyze Data: SPSS, version-14.0
    • Hypothesis
    • Model
    • Table: Sample Data Used to Develop theRegression Model for the StudyYearGDP(Y)In CroreTakaInflationRate (I)In %Net Export(X)In Crore TakaGrowth Rateof IndustrialProduction (P)In %LaborForce (L)TaxRevenue(T)In Taka inCrore1997-98 1,84,448 5.4 -17,208 2.8 5,60,00,000 15,3901998-99 1,93,429 5.8 -17,952 2.5 5,95,00,000 16,1671999-00 2,04,927 9 -18,115 6.1 6,30,00,000 16,0792000-01 2,15,735 5.8 -22,676 6.2 6,41,00,000 19,7782001-02 2,25,261 3.1 -23,676 1.8 6,41,00,000 21,3322002-03 2,37,101 5.6 -30,060 1.9 6,41,00,000 24,9502003-04 2,51,968 6 -36,529 6.5 6,40,20,000 28,3002004-05 2,66,974 7 -39,547 6.7 6,54,90,000 31,9502005-06 2,84,673 7.2 -61,348 7.2 6,66,00,000 36,1752006-07 3,02,971 9.1 -57,325 8.4 6,80,00,000 39,2472007-08 3,21,726 8.9 -62,093 6.9 6,94,00,000 84,0122008-09 3,40,197 5.4 -95,597 6.5 7,08,60,000 55,5262009-10 3,60,845 8.1 -100,650 6.4 7,23,50,000 63,9562010-11 3,85,050 10.7 -36,274.6 7.4 7,38,70,000 79,0522011-12 4,09,378 7.84 -27,770.2 7.8 7,54,20,000 96,285
    • Testing the Statistical Significance of theOverall Regression Model
    • Research Findings
    • Summary of the Study• Why the research is conducted?• Limitations of the study• Factor Determination• Accepted variables
    • Thank You All