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Asmaa Ezzat


Assistant Professor (Lecturer) at the Economics Department in Faculty of Economics and Political Science (FEPS), Cairo University

Dr.  Asmaa  M.  Ezzat  is  an  Assistant  Professor  (Lecturer)  at  the  Economics  Department  in  Faculty  of  Economics  and  Political  Science  (FEPS),  Cairo  University.  Asmaa  got  her  Ph.D.  in  Economics  in  2015,  with  a  joint  supervision  from  FEPS  and  Institute  of  Law  and  Economics  in  Hamburg  University,  under  the  title  “on  the  Nexus  between  Constitutional  Rules,  Corruption  and  Economic  Growth:  An  Empirical  Analysis”.  She  got  her  M.A.  in  Economics  in  2011,  in  which  she  studied  the  impact  of  corruption  on  economic  growth  in  developing  countries.  She  worked  as  a  part-time  researcher  in  Ministry  of  Planning  in  Egypt  for  three  years,  and  as  a  research  assistant  for  many  Professors  of  Economics  Department  in  different  projects.  She  holds  a  B.A.  in  Economics  from  Faculty  of  Economics  and  Political  Science,  Cairo  University.  Her  research  interests  include  institutional  economics,  development  economics,  law  and  economics,  economics  of  corruption  and  econometrics.  She  has  some  international  publications  on  Institutions  and  institutional  quality.

Working Papers

Time Poverty in Egypt and Tunisia: Is There A Gender Gap?

This paper investigates the gender differences in time poverty in two MENA countries, particularly Egypt ... read more

Working Papers

Gender Differences and Time Allocation: A Comparative Analysis of Egypt and Tunisia

This  paper  aims  at  examining  the  gender  differences  in  time  allocation  between  market,  house  and  ... read more


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