Areas of Interest:
- Public Finance
- Public Governance
- Political Economy
- D., Economics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, 2008.
- Master Degree, Economics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, 2001.
- Senior Economist, Executive Manager of Economic Research, Information, and Decision Support Department, EZZ Steel (leading company of steel industry in MEANA region) from 2011 to date.
- External lecturer in economics and Public finance, Faculty of Economics and Political Science (FEPS), Cairo University, Egypt, from 2012 to date.
- Expert in fiscal policy and national budgets analysis, specialized in preparing and instructing technical training programs related to budgeting and public financial management issues.
- Senior Economic advisor for the Plan and Budget Committee (PBC), Egyptian Parliament from 2001 -2010.
- Economic Researcher, DEPRA project (Development Economic Policy Reform Analysis, Joint USAID / Ministry of Economy and Foreign Trade, Egypt) from 1997 -2000.
- Mohamed Zaky, (2019), Relation between Fiscal Policy and Manufacturing sector in Egypt: Crowing in or Crowding Out, Egyptian Review of Development and Planning, Institute of National Planning INP, Egypt, June 2019.
- Mohamed Zaky et al, (2019), Transparency of Lawmaking and Fiscal Democracy in the Middle East, Journal of Public Sector Economics, 43 (1) 49-77 (2019). A previous version of this paper was presented at the conference “Public Sector Economics 2018 – Fiscal openness: transparency, participation and accountability in fiscal policies” organized by the Institute of Public Finance, International Budget Partnership and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Zagreb on October 26, 2018.
- Mohamed Zaky, (2017), Egypt must strengthen budget institutions to curb mounting budget deficit, Economic Research Forum (ERF), Policy Brief Series, May, 2017.
- Lobna Abdellatief, Mohamed Ramadan, and Mohamed Zaky (2017), Public Value perspective for Gender Budgeting: Evidence from Egypt, ERF Working Paper No.1075, March 2017.
- Mohamed Zak y & Sarah El Kheshen (2016), Fiscal Governance in Egypt: Strengthening Budgetary Institutions to Counteract Political Fragmentation, International Journal of Economic Research, Volume: No.13 (2016) Issue No.: 7.
- Lobna Abdellatif, Mazen Hassan, Noha Youssef & Mohamed Zaky, (2016), Fiscal transparency puzzle and electoral institutions: applying a 3Ds approach for tracking the action cycle in Egypt, The Journal of Legislative Studies, 2016, Volume 22, NO. 3, 424–444, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13572334.2016.1202646.
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