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Maye Ehab


Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences

Maye Ehab is currently a Doctoral Fellow at the Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences. Ehab received an MA in Economics from the American University in Cairo in 2010 and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science in Cairo University in 2008. Ehab held a number of positions with the Egyptian Center for Economic Studies in Cairo, the Egyptian Competition Authority, El-Watan Research and Visiting Fellow with UNCTAD at the Division on Investment and Enterprise in Geneva. Maye’s areas of interest are Gender economics, Labor Market Outcomes and Policy Analysis. Her latest publications are around topics of the gender gap and female participation in the Egyptian Labor Market, trade margins, job quality and job satisfaction.

Working Papers

Employment transitions of Youth and mental health implications in Egypt

Youth in Egypt suffer from high rates of unemployment and inactivity. They are also heavily ... read more

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Social Protection and Vulnerability in Egypt: A Gendered Analysis

This paper presents a comprehensive review of the state of social protection in ... read more

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Employment Transitions of Youth and Health Implications in Egypt

Youth in Egypt suffer from high rates of unemployment and inactivity. They are ... read more

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The Commuting Gender Gap and Females’ Participation and Earnings in the Egyptian Labor Market

The length of commute time to work influence the access to employment opportunities and individuals’ ... read more


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