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Mohammad Khan


Assistant Professor


Dr. Mohammad Khan is an assistant professor of social work whose research interests include poverty, human development and social policy. He studies the disparity in financial capability and wellbeing across individuals’ social locations such as age, gender, income levels and immigration status, as well as developments on basic income in Canada.


Jerin, Tasnim, M. Abul Kalam Azad, and Mohammad N. Khan. 2023. “Climate Change-Triggered Vulnerability Assessment of the Flood-Prone Communities in Bangladesh: A Gender Perspective.” International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 95: 103851.,

Khan, Mohammad Nuruzzaman, Ilyan Ferrer, Yeonjung Lee, Rochelle Deloria, Kaltrina Kusari, Lauren Migrino, Karla Danan, and Jenny Yen. 2023. “‘We’re Always Looking at the Dollars and Cents’: The Financial Well-Being of Racialized Older Immigrants in Canada Through the Lens of Service Providers.” Journal of Family and Economic Issues.,

Kim, Hanna, Tamara Sussman, Mohammad Nuruzzaman Khan, and Sarilee Kahn. 2021. “‘All Social Work Takes Place in a Macro Context’: The Gap between International Social Work Training and Practice.” International Social Work,

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