Enamul Haque is Professor of Economics, East West University and the Director of the Asian Center for Development. He holds a PhD in Natural Resources and Environmental Economics from the University of Guelph, ONT, Canada. He is also an Academic Advisor to the South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics (SANDEE) and a SANDEE Fellow. After his PhD degree, Dr. Haque returned to Bangladesh and started working on issues related to Environmental and Resource Economics. In addition to this, he also works on economic modeling using GAMS, STELLA and STATA/EVIEWS. He is currently the Editor of the East West Journal of Business and Social Studies, a journal published by the East West University. Dr Haque has edited a book on Environmental Valuation in South Asia , which has been published by the Cambridge University Press. In recent years he as been working on valuing the ecosystem services, economics of trans-boundary cooperation on shared resources, economics of climate change. He initiated the first curriculum on Development Studies in Bangladesh in order to streamline the managerial needs of NGOs in Bangladesh. Besides teaching in Bangladesh, he also teaches Research Methodology course at Amrita University, and SANDEE’s Summer and Winter Schools which are designed for developing human capital for both teaching and research in South Asia.