Md. Fuad Hassan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Statistics, Bangladesh Agricultural University. He has a Ph.D. in Agricultural Sciences from the University of Bonn, where he focused on agricultural economics. His research focuses on the issues of the food and labor market and the impact evaluation of different technologies adopted in rural areas of developing countries. He has studied the interlinkage between food prices and agricultural wages and the implications for farm mechanization in the rural settings in Bangladesh. Previously, he worked as a junior researcher in the Department of Economic and Technological Change, Center for Development Research (ZEF) where he was involved in the analysis and implementation of measures to reduce price volatility in national and international markets for improved food security in developing countries. He has been awarded several prestigious scholarships for his study like German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Dr. Hermann Eiselenen Doctoral Program of the Foundation Fiat Panis, Germany, Orange Knowledge Program Scholarship (OKP), Netherland, etc.