|2017 - 2018||Research Associate||BRAC University|
|English||Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review|
|2013 - 2014||Shahjalal University of Science and Technology||Bangladesh||Master of Social Sciences (Thesis)|
|2009 - 2013||Shahjalal University of Science and Technology||Bangladesh||Bachelor of Social Sciences (BSS)|
|2018||Hussain, A. H. M. B., Endut, N., Das, S., Chowdhury, M. T. A., Haque, N., Sultana, S., & Ahmed, K. J. (2018). Does Financial Inclusion Increase Financial Resilience? Evidence from Bangladesh. Preprints.
|2018||Haq, S. M. A., & Ahmed, K. J. (2018). Changes in Age at Marriage, Birth Order, and Fertility Preference: A Study on a Flood Prone Area in Bangladesh.. Romanian Journal of Population Studies, XII(1), 71-102.|
|2017||Haq, S., & Ahmed, K. (2017). Does the perception of climate change vary with the socio-demographic dimensions? A study on vulnerable populations in Bangladesh. Natural Hazards, 85(3), 1759-1785.
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|2018||Ahmed, K. J., & Haq, S. M. A. (2018). Early marriage to cope with poverty: a study on vulnerable population to extreme events in Bangladesh. In M. S. U. Rahman (Ed.), Spatial Planning Practice in Bangladesh: Selected Papers from BPRC 2016. Dhaka, Bangladesh: A H Development Publishing House (AHDPH).|
|2018||Ahmed, K. J., & Haq, S. M. A. (2018). How does the perceived risk of infant/child mortality influence fertility preference? A comparative study in Bangladesh.. In http://www.populationassociation.org/wp-content/uploads/Full-Program-PDF.pdf (pp. 101). Denver, Colorado.|
|2017||Ahmed, K. J., & Haq, S. M. A. (2017). Nexus between extreme weather events, sexual violence and child marriage: a study on vulnerable areas of Bangladesh. In https://iussp.confex.com/iussp/ipc2017/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/3788. Cape Town, South Africa.|
|2017||Ahmed, K. J., & Haq, S. M. A. (2017). Is fertility preference related with the perception of risk of infant dying, landholding and family type? A comparative study on vulnerable populations to extreme weather events in Bangladesh. In https://iussp.confex.com/iussp/ipc2017/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/3822. Cape Town, South Africa.|
|2017 - ongoing||Member||International Union of the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP)||France|