Mohamed Ali Marouani - Economic Research Forum (ERF)

Mohamed Ali Marouani

Research Fellows

Associate Professor, Université Paris1-Panthéon-Sorbonne


Areas of Interest:

  • Structural Change and Productivity
  • Trade in Services and International Migration
  • Dynamic General Equilibrium Modeling of Employment Policies
  • Pension reform
  • Growth and Poverty Reduction

Education:

  • Accreditation for research supervision (HDR), Paris 1-Panthéon-Sorbonne University, 2015
  • Ph.D., Economics, University of Montpellier I, France, 2003(with honors), International Center for Advanced Mediterranean Studies, France, 1998
  • M.Sc., Agricultural Economics and Development Administration, International Center for Advanced Mediterranean Studies, France, 1998
  • Master, Agricultural Development Economics, National School of Agronomic Sciences (ENSAM), 1996

Experience:

  • Associate Professor Université Paris1-Panthéon-Sorbonne/IEDES, 2005-present
  • DIAL (IRD/Paris-Dauphine University) research associate 2002-present
  • World Bank Consultant 2004-present
  • Program Officer SISERA, International Development Research Center, Dakar, 2004-2005

Latest Publications:

  • Marouani, M.A. and B. Nilsson “The Labor Market Effects of Skill-biased Technological Change in Malaysia”, Economic Modelling, forthcoming.
  • El Lahga A., Marouani, M. A. and R. Ben Ayed Mouelhi 2016, “Tunisia: Jobs to combat high youth unemployment”, Chapter 7 in: Jobs for Development: Challenges and Solutions in Different Country Settings, Betcherman and Rama eds., Oxford University Press, 336 p.
  • Marouani, M.A. and R. Mouelhi 2016, “Contribution of Structural Change to Productivity Growth : Evidence from Tunisia”, Journal of African Economies, Volume 25, Issue 1, pp.110–132.
  • David, A. and Marouani, M.A. 2015, “Migration and Employment Interactions in a Crisis Context: the case of Tunisia.”, Economics of Transition, volume 23, issue 3, pp. 597–624.
  • Marouani, M.A. and D. Robalino 2012, “Assessing interactions among education, social insurance and labor market policies in Morocco”, Applied Economics, volume 44, N_ 24, pp. 3149-3167.
  • Bottini, N., Marouani, M.A. and L. Munro 2011“Service sectors restrictiveness and economic performance : An estimation for the MENA region», The World Economy volume 34(9), pp. 1652-1678.

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Policy Briefs

The Impact of Emigration on MENA Labor Markets

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Working Papers

Labor Market Effects of Pension Reform: An Overlapping Generations General Equilibrium Model Applied to Tunisia

This paper develops an overlapping general equilibrium framework to capture the interactions among pension reform, ... read more


Working Papers

Determinants of Contribution Density of the Tunisian Pension System: A Cross Sectional Analysis

This paper presents an analysis of pension coverage in Tunisia based on density contribution. This ... read more



Policy Perspectives

Can Labor Mobility Spark Employment in Tunisia?

While most studies focus on host countries, empirical analysis on sending countries is often lacking. ... read more


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