1. C R Abrar (ed.), 2000, On the Margin: Refugees, Migrants and Minorities, pp. 222, Tk 150.00, US$ 12.00

2. C R Abrar and Shahdeen Malik (ed.), 2000, Toward National Refugee Laws in South Asia, pp. 96, Tk 50.00

3. Tasneem Siddiqui (ed.), 2002, Beyond the Maze: Streamlining Labour Recruitment Process in Bangladesh, pp. 153, Tk 200.00, US$ 10.00

4. C R Abrar and Mahendra P Lama (ed.), 2003, Displaced Within Homelands: The IDPs of Bangladesh and the Region, pp. 214, Tk 300.00, US$ 20.00

5. C R Abrar and Syed Nurullah Azad, 2004, Coping with Displacement: Riverbank Erosion in North-West Bangladesh, North Bengal Institute, RDRS and RMMRU, Dhaka, pp. 132, Tk 300.00

6. Tasneem Siddiqui, Syeda Rozana Rashid, Khandokar Rezwanul Karim and Nahid Alam, 2006, Trapped in Confusion: The Trafficking of Women and Children from Bangladesh (in Bengali), pp. 138, Tk. 250.00

7. Sumaiya Khair, 2008, Child Migration for Work, pp. 120, Tk. 200.00, US$ 10.00

8. Tasneem Siddiqui and Abdur Rashid (ed), 2009, Abhibasan Totthobhandar (Information Handbook on labour migration) pp. 90, Tk. 300.

9. Ali Ashraf, 2010, The Enclave and Beyond: Exploring the Entrepreneurial Experience of Bangladeshi Diaspora in the United States

10. RMMRU, 2011, Labour Migration 2010: Achievements and Constraints.

11. Hannah Sholder, 2011, Housing and Land Rights The Camp-Dwelling Urdu-Speaking Community in Bangladesh, RMMRU, Dhaka.

12. Siddiqui, T. 2013. Remittance Backed Financial Products in Bangladesh. International Labor Organization (ILO)

13. Reyes, C. 2013. Migrant Rights: Role of CSOs in Influencing Public Policy in Bangladesh. RMMRU, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

14. Siddiqui, T. and Billah M 2014. “Adaptation to Climate Change in Bangladesh: Migration, The Missing Link” in Sushil Vachani edited Adaption to Climate Change in Asia, Edword Elgar Publishing Ltd.

15. Siddiqui, T. and Bhuiyan M R A (2014) “ Impact of Arab Spring on Migrants: The case of Bangladeshi retunes form Libya” in C R Abrar edited, Bangladesh in International relation 2012-13, BILIA, 2014, PP 131-162, Dhaka.

16. Siddiqui, T and Sikder M J U (2015) "Migration of the Marginalised Domestic workers and Rickshaw-Pullers in Dhaka City’’ RMMRU: Dhaka

17. Siddiqui, T and Raisul Awal Mahmood(2015) "Impact of Migration on Poverty and Local Development in Bangladesh" SDDC and RMMRU: Dhaka

18. Siddiqui. T  (2017)" Untold Stories of Migrants: Dreams and Realities" RMMRU: Dhaka

19. Tasneem Siddiqui, Ananta Neelim, C. Rashaad Shabab and Mahmudol Hasan (2018) "Impact of Migration on Poverty and Growth in Bangladesh" pp. 194, Tk 600.00

20. A S M Ali Ashraf and F M Arafat  "Dynamics of Decentralisation: Migration services Under Spotlight" PP. 57

21. Sumaiya Khair " Justice at the Doorsteps: Mediation on Migration Fraudulence" PP. 120

22. Tasneem Siddiqui, Md. Rashed Alam Bhuiyan, Prodik K. Das, Gobinda Chakraborty, and Mahmudol Hasan " Accommodating Migration in Climate Change Adaptation: A GBM Delta Bangladesh Perspective" PP. 200, Tk. 600.00

23. Maung Zarni & Natalie Brinham " Essays on Myanmar's Genocide of Rohingyas (2012-2018)" PP. 309, 500 BDT + Delivery Charge, 10 USD + 15 USD Delivery Charge

24. Tasneem Siddiqui and C R Abrar "Making Dalals Visible - Towards Transparency in Recruitment" PP. 144,

Occasional Paper Series

1. Tasneem Siddiqui, 1998, National Responsibility towards the Migrant Workers, pp. 50, Tk 20.00

2. Tasneem Siddiqui (ed.) 2000, State, Migrant Workers and the Wage Earners’ Welfare Fund (in Bangla), pp. 50, Tk 20.00

3. Mahendra P Lama, 2000, Managing Refugees in South Asia, pp. 60, Tk 30.00, US$ 4.00

4. Muhammad Abdul Mannan, 2001, Bangladeshi Migrants in Saudi Labour Market: An Empirical Analysis (in Bangla), pp. 52, Tk 20.00

5. Young Researchers’ Forum, 2001, Brothel Eviction: Role of the State and Civil Society, pp. 44, Tk 20.00

6. Young Researchers’ Forum, 2001, Slum Eviction: Role of the State and Civil Society, pp. 42, Tk 20.00

7. C R Abrar (ed.), 2002, Model National Refugee Law: The Bangladesh Context, pp. 42, Tk 20.00

8. S M Akram and S Rozana Rashid (ed.), 2003, The Camp-based Bihari Community: Perception of New Generation, pp. 44, Tk 20.00

9. Mohammad Jalal Sikder, 2004, Border, Livelihood and Informal Trade (in Bangla), pp. 65, Tk 70.00

10. Benjamin Zeitlyn, 2006, Migration From Bangladesh to Italy and Spain, pp. 86, Tk. 100.00, US$ 8.00

11. MD. Omar Faruque, 2006, International Instruments and Bangladeshi Migrant Workers’ Rights, pp.100, Tk. 100.00, US$ 8.00

12. Sujeet Karn, 2006, Coping with Risks and Managing Livelihoods: Migration in Rural Nepal, pp. 58, Tk. 100.00, US$ 8.00

13. Sampath Rao Pulluri, 2006, The Impact of Migration on Rural Power Structure, pp. 76, Tk. 100.00, US$ 8.00

14. Sudhir Kumar Katiyar, 2006, Short Term Migration in South Rajasthan, PP. 72, Tk. 100.00, US$ 8.00

15. Penelope Anthias, 2008, Student Migration from Bangladesh to the UK, pp. 72, Tk.100.00, US$ 5.00

16. Rupal Mistry, 2008, Labour Mobility From Bangladesh: Opportunities through the General Agreement on Trade in Services , pp. 80, Tk.100.00, US$ 5.00

17. Jessica Skinner, 2008, Internal Displacement in the CHT and Rights-based Approaches to Rehabilitation, pp. 52, Tk. 100.00, US$ 5.00

18. Tasneem Siddiqui, 2009, International Labour Migration & Remittance Management in Bangladesh, pp. 71, Tk. 120.00, US$ 10.00

19. Tasneem Siddiqui, S Rozana Rashid and Benjamin Zeitlyn, 2009, Accessing Migration Information: Cases of Sri Lanka, the Philippines and Bangladesh, pp. 104, Tk. 120.00 US$ 10.00