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Houssem Eddine Chebbi

Research Fellows

Associate Professor, Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management of Nabeul (FSEGN), University of Carthage


Areas of Interest:

  • Agricultural economics (macroeconomics and agricultural policies)
  • Environmental Economics (energy and pollutant emissions)
  • Econometric time series

Education:

  • Habilitation to Direct Research, University Of Sfax, Tunisia, 2008
  • Ph.D., Economics, University Of Zaragoza, Spain, 2002
  • M.Sc., Agro-food Marketing, Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza (IAMZ), Spain, 1998

Experience:

  • Associate Professor (Quantitative Methods), Department Of Quantitative Methods, Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management of Nabeul (FSEGN) University of Carthage. Tunisia, Feb. 2011 – present
  • Assistant Professor (Quantitative Methods), Department Of Quantitative Methods, Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management of Nabeul (FSEGN) University of Carthage. Tunisia, Sep. 2008 – Feb. 2011
  • Assistant Professor (Quantitative Methods), Department Of Quantitative Methods, Higher Institute Of Business Administration (Isaas), University Of Sfax, Tunisia, Sep.2004 – Aug. 2008

Latest Publications:

  • Trade Openniess and CO2 Emissions in Tunisia. Middle East Development Journal. 3(1): pp: 29-53. 2011: with Olarreaga M. & Zitouna H.
  • Long and Short–Run Linkages between Economic Growth, Energy Consumption and CO2 Emissions in Tunisia. Middle East Development Journal. 2(1): pp: 139-158. 2010.
  • Agriculture and Economic Growth in Tunisia. China Agricultural Economic Review. 2(1): pp:63-78. 2010.
Working Papers

Long and Short-Run Linkages between Economic Growth, Energy Consumption and Co2 Emissions in Tunisia

Abstract The aim of this country specific study is to understand long and short-run linkages between ... read more


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Investigating Generic and Brand Name Pharmaceutical’s Market Shares and Prices in Tunisia

Abstract The purpose of this paper is to investigate how the brand name’s market shares in ... read more


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Trade Openness and CO2 Emissions in Tunisia

Abstract The literature on trade often focuses on its impact on economic growth. However, more recently ... read more


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Agricultural Trade Balance and Exchange Rate Depreciation: The Case of Tunisia

Abstract In spite of the rapid diversification of Tunisia's production bundle, the agricultural sector remains socially ... read more


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