This article examines time series evidence to investigate the link between exports and economic growth in Bangladesh. Using quarterly data for a period from 1976 to 2003 the article finds that industrial production and exports are cointegrated. The results of an error correction model (ECM) suggest that there is a long-run unidirectional causality from exports to growth in Bangladesh.
Nath, H. K. and K. Mamun. "Export-led Growth in Bangladesh: A Time Series Analysis." Applied Economics Letters 12.6 (2005): 361-364.