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Mohamed Goaied

Research Fellows

Professor of Econometrics, University of Tunisia


Areas of Interest:

  • Development Economics
  • Microeconometrics
  • Empirical Finance

Education:

  • Ph.D., Mathematical Economics & Econometrics, Faculté des Sciences économiques et de gestion, University of Bourgogne, France, 1988
  • Diploma, Analysis and Political Economics, Faculté des sciences économiques et de gestion, University of Dijon, France, 1984
  • M.A., Economics, Faculté des sciences économiques et de gestion, University of Tunisia, 1983

Experience:

  • Professor of Econometrics, Statistics and Microeconomics, University of Tunis, 1988-present
  • Director, Research Laboratory in Applied Economics and Finance, University of Tunis, 1997-present
  • Managing Director, Institute of High Business Studies, IHEC Carthage, 2002-2005

Latest Publications:

  • Ben Jelili, Riadh and Mohamed Goaied. 2010. “Entry, Exit and Productivity in Tunisian Manufacturing Industries. In Market Dynamics and Productivity in Developing Countries. Economic Reforms in the Middle East and North Africa, K. Sekkat (ed.). Springer and IDRC.
  • Samy Ben Naceur & Mohamed Goaied (2007) “The Determinants of the Tunisian Banking Industry Profitability”. Frontiers in Quantitative Economics & Finance (forthcoming).
  • Samy Ben Naceur & Mohamed Goaied (2006) & Amel Belanes. “On the Determinants & Dynamics of Dividend Policy.” International Review of Finance. 6:1-2, 1-23.
Working Papers

Fiscal- Monetary Interdependence and Exchange Rate Regimes in Oil Dependent Arab Economies

This paper contributes to the literature on the interdependence between fiscal and monetary policies in ... read more


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The Determinants of Urban and Rural Poverty in Tunisia

The aim of this study is to identify the determinants of poverty in Tunisia, both ... read more



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Sous-Evaluation Des Introductions En Bourse: Application D’une Frontiere Stochastique Sur Le Nouveau Marche

cet article, nous cherchons à estimer le degré de sous-évaluation des titres introduits sur le ... read more


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Entry, Exit, Resource Reallocation and Productivity Growth in the Tunisian Private Manufacturing Industries

Abstract This paper is motivated by the growing empirical evidence suggesting large firm dynamism in all ... read more


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