39th MEEA/ASSA Annual Meeting

Atlanta, GA

 
January 4, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
08:00 to 10:00Hilton Atlanta, Room 204 Reconstruction in Conflict-Affected Countries in the Middle East and North Africa, Hilton Atlanta, Room 204
 
 
10:15 to 12:15see below Terrorism in the Middle East and North Africa – Drivers and Consequences, Hilton Atlanta, Room 204
 
 
12:30 to 14:15see below Trade, FDI and External Wealth in the Middle East and North Africa, Hilton Atlanta, Room 204
 
 
14:30 to 16:30see below Inequality, Poverty and Financial Inclusion in the Middle East and North Africa, Hilton Atlanta, Room 204
 
 
 
January 7, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
08:30 to 10:00see below Parallel Block I, Jan. 7
 
 
10:30 to 10:45 Coffee/Tea Break
 
 
10:15 to 11:45see below Parallel Block II, Jan. 7
 
 
11:45 to 12:00 Coffee/Tea Break
 
 
12:00 to 13:30 Parallel Block III, Jan. 7
 
 
13:30 to 14:30 Lunch
 
 
14:30 to 16:00 Parallel Block IV, Jan. 7
 
 
16:00 to 16:15 Coffee/Tea Break
 
 
16:15 to 17:45 Parallel Block V, Jan. 7
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

Reconstruction in Conflict-Affected Countries in the Middle East and North Africa
Location: Hilton Atlanta, Room 204
January 4, 2019 08:00 to 10:00
 
Reconstruction in Conflict-Affected Countries in the Middle East and North Afric..., Hilton Atlanta, Room 204

Terrorism in the Middle East and North Africa – Drivers and Consequences
Locations: listed below
January 4, 2019 10:15 to 12:15
 
Terrorism in the Middle East and North Africa – Drivers and Consequences, Hilton Atlanta, Room 204

Trade, FDI and External Wealth in the Middle East and North Africa
Locations: listed below
January 4, 2019 12:30 to 14:15
 
Trade, FDI and External Wealth in the Middle East and North Africa, Hilton Atlanta, Room 204

Inequality, Poverty and Financial Inclusion in the Middle East and North Africa
Locations: listed below
January 4, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
 
Inequality, Poverty and Financial Inclusion in the Middle East and North Africa, Hilton Atlanta, Room 204

Parallel Block I, Jan. 7
Locations: listed below
January 7, 2019 08:30 to 10:00
 
Inequality and Poverty, Conference Room 749
Stock Markets, Investors, and the Economy, Conference Room 750
Businesses, Customers, and the State, Computer Lab 720
Natural Resources, Exchange Rates, and Economic Growth, Conference Room G105

Parallel Block II, Jan. 7
Locations: listed below
January 7, 2019 10:15 to 11:45
 
Climate Change, Ecology, and Investments, Computer Lab 720
Trade, FDI, and the Supply Chains, Conference Room 749
Monetary Policy and Institutions, Conference Room 750
Labor Markets and Labor Productivity, Conference Room G105

Parallel Block III, Jan. 7
Location:
January 7, 2019 12:00 to 13:30
 
Employment, Unemployment, and the Career of Mid-East Economists, Conference Room 749
Water and Sustainable Development, Conference Room 750
Monetary Policy, Computer Lab 720
Conflict, Revolution, Terrorism and Institutions, Conference Room G105

Parallel Block IV, Jan. 7
Location:
January 7, 2019 14:30 to 16:00
 
Financial Inclusion, Conference Room 749
Growth and Development, Computer Lab 720
Fiscal Policy and Macroeconomic Standards in MENA, Conference Room 750
Marriage and Intrahousehold Decisions, Conference Room G105

Parallel Block V, Jan. 7
Location:
January 7, 2019 16:15 to 17:45
 
Gender Issues and Social Capital, Conference Room 749
Informalization and Poverty, Computer Lab 720

 

Summary of All Sessions

Click here for an index of all participants

#Date/TimeLocationTypeTitlePapers
1January 4, 2019
8:00-10:00
Hilton Atlanta, Room 204 invited Reconstruction in Conflict-Affected Countries in the Middle East and North Africa0
2January 4, 2019
10:15-12:15
Hilton Atlanta, Room 204 invited Terrorism in the Middle East and North Africa – Drivers and Consequences4
3January 4, 2019
12:30-14:15
Hilton Atlanta, Room 204 invited Trade, FDI and External Wealth in the Middle East and North Africa4
4January 4, 2019
14:30-16:30
Hilton Atlanta, Room 204 invited Inequality, Poverty and Financial Inclusion in the Middle East and North Africa4
5January 7, 2019
8:30-10:00
Conference Room 749 invited Inequality and Poverty3
6January 7, 2019
8:30-10:00
Conference Room 750 invited Stock Markets, Investors, and the Economy3
7January 7, 2019
8:30-10:00
Computer Lab 720 invited Businesses, Customers, and the State3
8January 7, 2019
8:30-10:00
Conference Room G105 invited Natural Resources, Exchange Rates, and Economic Growth3
9January 7, 2019
10:15-11:45
Computer Lab 720 invited Climate Change, Ecology, and Investments3
10January 7, 2019
10:15-11:45
Conference Room 749 invited Trade, FDI, and the Supply Chains3
11January 7, 2019
10:15-11:45
Conference Room 750 invited Monetary Policy and Institutions3
12January 7, 2019
10:15-11:45
Conference Room G105 invited Labor Markets and Labor Productivity3
13January 7, 2019
12:00-13:30
Conference Room 749 invited Employment, Unemployment, and the Career of Mid-East Economists3
14January 7, 2019
12:00-13:30
Conference Room 750 invited Water and Sustainable Development3
15January 7, 2019
12:00-13:30
Computer Lab 720 invited Monetary Policy2
16January 7, 2019
12:00-13:30
Conference Room G105 invited Conflict, Revolution, Terrorism and Institutions2
17January 7, 2019
14:30-16:00
Conference Room 749 invited Financial Inclusion3
18January 7, 2019
14:30-16:00
Conference Room 750 invited Fiscal Policy and Macroeconomic Standards in MENA3
19January 7, 2019
14:30-16:00
Computer Lab 720 invited Growth and Development3
20January 7, 2019
14:30-16:00
Conference Room G105 invited Marriage and Intrahousehold Decisions3
21January 7, 2019
16:15-17:45
Conference Room 749 invited Gender Issues and Social Capital3
22January 7, 2019
16:15-17:45
Computer Lab 720 invited Informalization and Poverty2
 

22 sessions, 63 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers


 

39th MEEA/ASSA Annual Meeting

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session 1: Reconstruction in Conflict-Affected Countries in the Middle East and North Africa
January 4, 2019 8:00 to 10:00
Hilton Atlanta, Room 204
 
Session type: invited
 
Session 2: Terrorism in the Middle East and North Africa – Drivers and Consequences
January 4, 2019 10:15 to 12:15
Hilton Atlanta, Room 204
 
Session Chair: Jeffrey B. Nugent, University of Southern California
Session type: invited
 

Do Israeli settlements radicalize Palestinians?
By Sami Miaari; Tel-Aviv University,
   presented by: Sami Miaari, Tel-Aviv University,
 

Effects of terrorism on Labor market : Case Study of Iraq
By Asmaa Yaseen; UNIV OF KANSAS
   presented by: Asmaa Yaseen, UNIV OF KANSAS
 

Impact of terrorism on child sex at birth: Evidence from Pakistan
By Khusrav Gaibulloev; American University of Sharjah
Gerel Oyun; Independent scholar
Javed Younas; American University of Sharjah
   presented by: Khusrav Gaibulloev, American University of Sharjah
 

Democracy, Personal Freedom, and Islamic State Fighters
By Moamen Gouda; Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Shimaa Hanafy; Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS)
Marcus Marktanner; Kennesaw State University
   presented by: Moamen Gouda, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
 
Session 3: Trade, FDI and External Wealth in the Middle East and North Africa
January 4, 2019 12:30 to 14:15
Hilton Atlanta, Room 204
 
Session Chair: Mine Cinar,
Session type: invited
 

How Do Technical Barriers to Trade Affect Exports? Evidence from Egyptian Firm-Level Data
By Chahir Zaki; Cairo University
   presented by: Chahir Zaki, Cairo University
 

Effects of Trade Facilitation Measures in MENA: An Empirical Assessment
By Nazire Nergiz Dincer; TED University
Ayca Tekin-Koru; TED University
   presented by: Ayca Tekin-Koru, TED University
 

Firm level analysis of intra-MENA trade
By Ayhab Saad; Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
   presented by: Ayhab Saad, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
 

External Wealth of Arab Nations: Estimates of Net Foreign Assets and Liabilities of Two Decades
By Mahmoud Mohieldin; World Bank
Ahmed Rostom; World Bank and The George Washington University
Chahir Zaki; Cairo University
   presented by: Ahmed Rostom, World Bank and The George Washington University
 
Session 4: Inequality, Poverty and Financial Inclusion in the Middle East and North Africa
January 4, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
Hilton Atlanta, Room 204
 
Session Chair: Mahdi Majbouri, Babson College
Session type: invited
 

Unpacking Employment Support: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment
By Bruno Crepon; CREST
Adam Osman; University of Illinois
Reham Rizk; BUE
   presented by: Adam Osman, University of Illinois
 

“Cost of Living Changes After a Large-Scale Depreciation: The Case of Egypt”
By Shireen Alazzawi; Santa Clara University
   presented by: Shireen Alazzawi, Santa Clara University
 

Poverty and Economic Volatility: Remittances vs. Official Development Assistance
By Imad EL HAMMA; Université Côte d'Azur, GREDEG, CNRS
Faustin EPOUHE; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
   presented by: Imad EL HAMMA, Université Côte d'Azur, GREDEG, CNRS
 

Does Trust on Institution Affect the Informal Activities Among Youth in MENA Region (Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt and Lebanon)?
By Moundir Lassassi; Research Centre in Applied Economics
   presented by: Moundir Lassassi, Research Centre in Applied Economics
 
Session 5: Inequality and Poverty
January 7, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Conference Room 749
 
Session Chair: Rana Hendy, The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
Session type: invited
 

Assessing the Impact of Fiscal Policy on Inequality and Poverty: Evidence From the Egypt Household Expenditure Surveys
By Rana Hendy; The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
Nizar Jouini; Doha Institute For High Graduates
   presented by: Rana Hendy, The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
 

How to Protect the Poor Food Insecure in the MENA region?
By Racha Ramadan; Faculty of Economics & Political Science- Cairo University
   presented by: Chahir Zaki, Cairo University
 

The effects of Elders' earnings on income inequality: Evidence from Turkey
By Ayse Aylin Bayar; ITU Management Faculty
Bengi YANIK İLHAN; İstanbul Kemerburgaz University
NEBILE KORUCU; BOSTON COLLEGE/ISTANBUL KULTUR UNIVERSITY
   presented by: NEBILE KORUCU, BOSTON COLLEGE/ISTANBUL KULTUR UNIVERSITY
 
Session 6: Stock Markets, Investors, and the Economy
January 7, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Conference Room 750
 
Session Chair: Riza Demirer, Southern Illinois University Edwardsvillle
Session type: invited
 

The predictive power of the U.S. term structure across emerging stock markets
By Riza Demirer; Southern Illinois University Edwardsvillle
   presented by: Riza Demirer, Southern Illinois University Edwardsvillle
 

Investor Attention and IPO Performance
By Basak Akgun; Middle East Technical University (METU)
Seza Danisoglu; Middle East Technical University (METU)
   presented by: Seza Danisoglu, Middle East Technical University (METU)
 

Is Gold a Safe Haven? International Evidence revisited
By Levent Bulut; Valdosta State University, Economics and Finance
Islam Rizvanoghlu; University of Houston
   presented by: Levent Bulut, Valdosta State University, Economics and Finance
 
Session 7: Businesses, Customers, and the State
January 7, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Computer Lab 720
 
Session Chair: Nazire Nergiz Dincer, TED University
Session type: invited
 

Institutions, State-Business Relations and Innovation in developing countries: The case of Tunisia and Morocco
By Juliana Brach; Hochschule Bremen
Mohamed Sabry; Hochschule Bremen
   presented by: Mohamed Sabry, Hochschule Bremen
 

Do Regulation, supervision and private monitoring enhance the MENA banking performance ? ( A parametric two-Stage Frontier Analysis )
By yassine benzai; Moulay Tahar University
   presented by: yassine benzai, Moulay Tahar University
 

Productivity of Manufacturing and Services Sectors in Turkey
By Nazire Nergiz Dincer; TED University
Ayca Tekin-Koru; TED University
   presented by: Nazire Nergiz Dincer, TED University
 
Session 8: Natural Resources, Exchange Rates, and Economic Growth
January 7, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Conference Room G105
 
Session Chair: mohamed BENBOUZIANE, Tlemcen University
Session type: invited
 

Testing the Short and Long- Run relations between Petroleum revenue and government spending in Selected Oil - Dependence Economies
By Asmaa Yaseen; UNIV OF KANSAS
   presented by: Asmaa Yaseen, UNIV OF KANSAS
 

Exchange Rate, Oil Price, and Economic Growth
By Noha Emara; Rutgers
I-Ming Chiu; Rutgers University-Camden
   presented by: Noha Emara, Rutgers
 

THE DYNAMIC EFFECTS OF OIL PRICE SHOCKS ON OUTPUT AND DOMESTIC PRICES IN EGYPT: AN SVAR APPROACH
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By Farah Al Shami; UN-ESCWA
   presented by: Farah Al Shami, UN-ESCWA
 
Session 9: Climate Change, Ecology, and Investments
January 7, 2019 10:15 to 11:45
Computer Lab 720
 
Session Chair: Nathalie HILMI, Centre Scientifique de Monaco
Session type: invited
 

Do Perceptions of Scientists and Economists Differ on Climate Change? Preliminary survey results from the Mediterranean
By Mine Cinar
Nathalie HILMI; Centre Scientifique de Monaco
Alain Safa; Skill Partners
Ramakanth Tallapragada; Loyola University Chicago
   presented by: Mine Cinar,
 

Effect of gasoline prices on car fuel efficiency: Evidence from the Lebanon
By Walid Marrouch; Lebanese American University
Jana Mourad; Lebanese American University
   presented by: Walid Marrouch, Lebanese American University
 

Do Reward and Reprimand Policies Reduce Electricity Distribution Losses?
By Ayesha Ali; Lahore University of Management Sciences
Khusrav Gaibulloev; American University of Sharjah
Javed Younas; American University of Sharjah
   presented by: Ayesha Ali, Lahore University of Management Sciences
 
Session 10: Trade, FDI, and the Supply Chains
January 7, 2019 10:15 to 11:45
Conference Room 749
 
Session Chair: Chahir Zaki, Cairo University
Session type: invited
 

Global Value Chains and Business Environment: Which Factors Do Really Matter?
By Chahir Zaki; Cairo University
   presented by: Chahir Zaki, Cairo University
 

Gender Diversity, Productivity, and Wages in Egyptian Firms
By Rami Galal; The American University in Cairo
   presented by: Rami Galal, The American University in Cairo
 

Foreign direct investment, financial development and the role of institutions in the MENA region
By INES TROJETTE; ESPI PARIS
   presented by: INES TROJETTE, ESPI PARIS
 
Session 11: Monetary Policy and Institutions
January 7, 2019 10:15 to 11:45
Conference Room 750
 
Session Chair: Wassim Shahin, Lebanese American University
Session type: invited
 

Country Risk, Monetary Policy and Reserve Adequacy
By Wassim Shahin; Lebanese American University
   presented by: Wassim Shahin, Lebanese American University
 

Central Bank of Egypt: Independence Status and Way Ahead
By Heba Talla Emam; faculty of Economics and Political
Mona Fayed; Faculty of Economics and Political Science
Jasmin Fouad; Cairo University
   presented by: Heba Talla Emam, faculty of Economics and Political
 

From Revolutions to Institutions: The Experience of Arab Reform and Economic Growth
By Islam Abdelbary; Plymouth University
James Benhin; University of Plymouth
   presented by: Islam Abdelbary, Plymouth University
 
Session 12: Labor Markets and Labor Productivity
January 7, 2019 10:15 to 11:45
Conference Room G105
 
Session Chair: William Duncan, University of Kansas
Session type: invited
 

SBTC and Wage Inequality: Evidence from Turkish Manufacturing Sector
By Altan Bozdoğan; marmara university
   presented by: Altan Bozdoğan, marmara university
 

Determinants of Change in Labor Productivity in Manufacturing Sub-sectors in Turkey
By Gulsah Ozsahin; Kirklareli University
   presented by: Gulsah Ozsahin, Kirklareli University
 

Nonviolence Reviolutions and Labor Market Impacts: Case studies in Egypt and Tunisia
By William Duncan; University of Kansas
   presented by: William Duncan, University of Kansas
 
Session 13: Employment, Unemployment, and the Career of Mid-East Economists
January 7, 2019 12:00 to 13:30
Conference Room 749
 
Session Chair: Mahmoud Haddad, University of Tennessee-Martin
Session type: invited
 

Transition of youth to self-employment and Entrepreneurship: An empirical analysis from Palestine
By Mahmoud Haddad; University of Tennessee-Martin
   presented by: Mahmoud Haddad, University of Tennessee-Martin
 

The Role of Education on Unemployment Duration: Do more educated respond differently to more generous Unemployment Insurance benefits?
By S.Elif Filiz; University of Southern Mississippi
   presented by: S.Elif Filiz, University of Southern Mississippi
 

Publishing and Career Growth of MENA Economists
By Rana Hendy; The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
   presented by: Rana Hendy, The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
 
Session 14: Water and Sustainable Development
January 7, 2019 12:00 to 13:30
Conference Room 750
 
Session Chair: Hisham Foad, San Diego State University
Session type: invited
 

Exploring the sources of water insecurity in the Middle East
By Hisham Foad; San Diego State University
   presented by: Hisham Foad, San Diego State University
 

Spatiotemporal Precipitation Variability Modeling in the Blue Nile Basin: 1998-2016
By Yasmine Abdelfattah; The British University in Egypt
Abdel H El-Shaarawi; Canadian Water Institute, Ontario, Canada
Hala Abou-Ali; Faculty of Economics and Political Science
   presented by: Yasmine Abdelfattah, The British University in Egypt
 

Big Data and Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
By Mahmoud Mohieldin; The World Bank and Cairo University
Suzanna Elmassah; Cairo and Zayed Universities
   presented by: Suzanna Elmassah, Cairo and Zayed Universities
 
Session 15: Monetary Policy
January 7, 2019 12:00 to 13:30
Computer Lab 720
 
Session Chair: Nuray Guner, METU
Session type: invited
 

MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICIES, PERSISTENCE OF UNCERTAINTY AND LEVERAGE DYNAMICS: A STUDY FOR REAL SECTOR IN TURKEY
By Ibrahim Yarba; Central Bank of Republic of Turkey
Nuray Guner; METU
   presented by: Nuray Guner, METU
 

The Stock Markets’ Response to Oil Shocks: Revisiting the Evidence for the GCC
By leila dagher; aub
ibrahim jamali; american university of beirut
   presented by: leila dagher, aub
 
Session 16: Conflict, Revolution, Terrorism and Institutions
January 7, 2019 12:00 to 13:30
Conference Room G105
 
Session Chair: Marcus Marktanner, Kennesaw State University
Session type: invited
 

Palestine - Conflict and Aid Dependency as a Source of Income?
By Marcus Marktanner; Kennesaw State University
   presented by: Marcus Marktanner, Kennesaw State University
 

Thank you, Infidels! Welfare Programs and Islamic State recruitment
By Moamen Gouda; Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Marcus Marktanner; Kennesaw State University
   presented by: Marcus Marktanner, Kennesaw State University
 
Session 17: Financial Inclusion
January 7, 2019 14:30 to 16:00
Conference Room 749
 
Session Chair: Noha Emara, Rutgers
Session type: invited
 

The Impact of Macroprudential Policies on Financial Inclusion: Evidence from Selected MENA Countries
By Ayah El Said; City, University of London
Noha Emara; Rutgers
   presented by: Ayah El Said, City, University of London
 

Financial Inclusion and Economic Growth: The Role of Governance In Selected MENA Countries
By Noha Emara; Rutgers
Ayah El Said; City, University of London
   presented by: Noha Emara, Rutgers
 

FIntech, Remittances, and Financial Inclusion : The case of MENA region
By arafet Farroukh; FSEGT and LIEI university Tunis EL Manar
   presented by: arafet Farroukh, FSEGT and LIEI university Tunis EL Manar
 
Session 18: Growth and Development
January 7, 2019 14:30 to 16:00
Computer Lab 720
 
Session Chair: Mahmoud Haddad, University of Tennessee-Martin
Session type: invited
 

Growth spillovers to developing MENA
By Ergys Islamaj; World Bank
Raju Huidrom; International Monetary Fund
Jesper Hanson; University of Amsterdam
   presented by: Ergys Islamaj, World Bank
 

Does Foreign Aid Support Growth in the Agricultural Sector?
By Ozgur Kaya; American University of Sharjah
   presented by: Ozgur Kaya, American University of Sharjah
 

Inclusive Growth in the Middle East: Before and After the Global Financial Crisis
By Ece H. Guleryuz; Istanbul 29 Mayis University
   presented by: Ece H. Guleryuz, Istanbul 29 Mayis University
 
Session 19: Fiscal Policy and Macroeconomic Standards in MENA
January 7, 2019 14:30 to 16:00
Conference Room 750
 
Session Chair: Mohamed Trabelsi, IMF
Session type: invited
 

Fiscal Policy and Income Inequality
By Mohamed Trabelsi; IMF
   presented by: Mohamed Trabelsi, IMF
 

Exchange Rate Regimes and Economic Activity in MENA Countries: GARCH versus ANN Models
By mohamed BENBOUZIANE; Tlemcen University
Abdelnacer Bouteldja; University of Tlemcen
   presented by: mohamed BENBOUZIANE, Tlemcen University
 

Credit Cycles in the MENA Region: Do They Exist? Do They Matter?
By Leila Aghabarari; World Bank
Robert Blotevogel; IMF
Ahmed Rostom; The Wolrd Bank
   presented by: Leila Aghabarari, World Bank
 
Session 20: Marriage and Intrahousehold Decisions
January 7, 2019 14:30 to 16:00
Conference Room G105
 
Session Chair: Duman Bahrami-Rad, Harvard University
Session type: invited
 

Mahr and Divorce: An Islamic Marriage Concept and Its Effects on Intrahousehold Bargaining Power of Couples
By Leila Salarpour Goodarzi; Binghamton University
   presented by: Leila Salarpour Goodarzi, Binghamton University
 

Keeping It in the Family: Female Inheritance, In–marriage, and the Status of Women
By Duman Bahrami-Rad; Simon Fraser University / Harvard University (starting Sept. 2018)
   presented by: Duman Bahrami-Rad, Harvard University
 

Are Gender Inequalities in Education and Employment Adversely Affecting Economic Growth in MENA countries?
By Rania Miniesy; The British University in Egypt
Mostafa AboElsoud; Suez Canal University
   presented by: Mostafa AboElsoud, Suez Canal University
 
Session 21: Gender Issues and Social Capital
January 7, 2019 16:15 to 17:45
Conference Room 749
 
Session Chair: Bulent Anil, Bahcesehir University
Session type: invited
 

Disentangling the Gender Peer Effect
By Bulent Anil; Bahcesehir University
Tuba Toru Delibasi; Bahcesehir University
Duygu Guner; University of Leuven
Gokce Uysal; Bahcesehir University
   presented by: Bulent Anil, Bahcesehir University
 

The Formation and Distribution of Individuals’ Social Capital in the MENA Region
By Jieun Lee; University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
Vladimir Hlasny; Ewha Womans University
   presented by: Jieun Lee, University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
 

Implications of Membership in Village Credit Unions on Social Capital among the Poor: Experimental Evidence from Rural Egypt
By Mohamed El Komi; AUC
   presented by: Mohamed El Komi, AUC
 
Session 22: Informalization and Poverty
January 7, 2019 16:15 to 17:45
Computer Lab 720
 
Session Chair: Amirah El-Haddad, German Development Institute (DIE) & Dept. of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science
Session type: invited
 

The Indebted Hand-to-Mouth
By Nazmul Islam; Florida International University (FIU)
   presented by: Nazmul Islam, Florida International University (FIU)
 

THE INFORMALIZATION OF THE EGYPTIAN ECONOMY (1998-2012): A FACTOR IN GROWING WAGE INEQUALITY?
By Amirah El-Haddad; German Development Institute (DIE) & Dept. of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science
May Gadallah; Faculty of Economics and Political Science
   presented by: Amirah El-Haddad, German Development Institute (DIE) & Dept. of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science
 

22 sessions, 63 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers
 
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
1Abdelbary, IslamP11
2Abdelfattah, YasmineP14
3AboElsoud, MostafaP20
4Aghabarari, LeilaP19
5Al Shami, FarahP8
6Alazzawi, ShireenP4
7Ali, AyeshaP9
8Anil, BulentP21, C21
9Bahrami-Rad, DumanP20, C20
10BENBOUZIANE, mohamedC8, P19
11Bozdoğan, AltanP12
12Bulut, LeventP6
13Cinar, MineC3
14dagher, leilaP15
15Danisoglu, SezaP6
16Demirer, RizaP6, C6
17Dincer, Nazire NergizP7, C7
18Duncan, WilliamP12, C12
19EL HAMMA, ImadP4
20El Komi, MohamedP21
21El-Haddad, AmirahP22, C22
22Elmassah, SuzannaP14
23Emam, Heba TallaP11
24Emara, NohaP8, P17, C17
25Farroukh, arafetP17
26Filiz, S.ElifP13
27Foad, HishamC14
28Gaibulloev, KhusravP2
29Galal, RamiP10
30Gouda, MoamenP2
31Guleryuz, Ece H.P18
32Guner, NurayP15, C15
33Haddad, MahmoudP13, C13, C18
34Hendy, RanaP5, C5, P13
35HILMI, NathalieC9
36Islam, NazmulP22
37Kaya, OzgurP18
38KORUCU, NEBILEP5
39Lassassi, MoundirP4
40Lee, JieunP21
41Majbouri, MahdiC4
42Marktanner, MarcusP16, P16, C16
43Marrouch, WalidP9
44Miaari, SamiP2
45Nugent, Jeffrey B.C2
46Osman, AdamP4
47Ozsahin, GulsahP12
48Rostom, AhmedP3
49Saad, AyhabP3
50Salarpour Goodarzi, LeilaP20
51Shahin, WassimP11, C11
52Tekin-Koru, AycaP3
53Trabelsi, MohamedP19, C19
54TROJETTE, INESP10
55Yaseen, AsmaaP2, P8
56Zaki, ChahirP3, P5, P10, C10

 

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