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Hassan Aly

Research Fellows

Dean, Business School, Nile University


Areas of Interest:

  • Labor Economics
  • Financial Economics

Education:

  • Ph.D., Economics, Southern Illinois University, 1986
  • M.Sc., Economics, Southern Illinois University, 1982

Experience:

  • Dean, Business School, Nile University, May 2017 – Present
  • Dean, School of Public Administration and Development Economics, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies, July 2015 – February 2017
  • Emeritus Professor of Economics, Ohio State University, July 2015 -Present
  • Chief Research Economist, The African Development Bank, Sep.2010-Sep.11 (on leave from Ohio State University)
  • Associated Faculty of The Middle East Studies Center and The John Glenn Institute for Public Policy, The Ohio State University, Present.

Latest Publications:

  • “Bread, Justice, or Opportunities: The Determinants of the Arab Awakening Protests” World Development, Volume 67, October 2014, (Co-authored).
  • International Rentierism in the Middle East and North Africa, 1971–2008, International Areas Studies Review, Vol. 14, No 3, September 2011, (Co-authored).
  • “Global Financial Crisis and Africa: Is the Impact Permanent or Transitory? Time Series Evidence from North Africa”, American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings, Vol. 3, May 2011, (co-authored).
  • “The Changing Role of States, Markets, and International Organizations: Does Globalization Warrant a Reevaluation?” Harvard College Economic Review, (Invited), V.4, No 2, Spring 2010.
Working Papers

Young Gazelles and Aging Turtles: Understanding the Determinants of Employment Creation in the Labor Market in MENA Countries

The Middle East region has suffered from major unemployment problems that constituted a chief determinant ... read more


Working Papers

Did the Global Financial Crisis and Recession Contribute to the Uprisings in North Africa?

Abstract In this paper, we utilize time series tests with structural breaks to test for evidence ... read more


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