Comparative study of economic household and economic unit of Bangladesh from 1986 to 2013
Production, consumption and exchange are acknowledged by some basic economic units such as firm, household and government in an economy. Firms actually makes the decision about the production. Based on the consumer’s criteria and current demand of the market, the firms decide what goods to produce, how these goods need to be distributed and what should be the market price. Household economics of Bangladesh covers the economic analysis of our consumption, savings, labor supply, health economics etc. while the methods of analyses may include market analyses, cost-benefit analyses and intra-household bargaining theories. This article summaries a concept of the economic unit based on the economic unit, its characteristics and activities. The discussion focuses on seven divisions in Bangladesh. Quantitative measurement, the household characteristics and activities has been taken from Bangladesh Government Economic Census Report 2013. The model is therefore based primarily on the results of the data source. This paper describes the development of characteristics of the household economy as part of the observation of living conditions in the specific regions of the nation.
Mehnaz Karim. Comparative study of economic household and economic unit of Bangladesh from 1986 to 2013. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 6, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 71-74