This book explored the relationship between regional disparity, inequality and economic growth for the period 1972-2007 of Bangladesh. Except from others, it deals with two distinct but related issues. First, it investigates the relationship between inequality and economic growth in the situation where consideration of the effects of household final consumption expenditure, per capita and urban population growth in Bangladesh. Second, the study looks into the issue of regional disparity within the country. Data over the different periods in the last two decades were employed to identified the affected regional factors e.g. size of public expenditure, variations of receiving remittance, incidence of poverty, distribution of poor, intensity and severity of poverty, GDP and GDP per capita and per capita income and consumption expenditure by stratum in this part of analysis. Lastly, this study tried to make a link with economic growth, inequality and regional disparity in the context of Bangladesh.