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Reham Rizk

Research Associates

Assistant Professor at the British University in Egypt


Areas of Interest:

  • Development Economics
  • Labour Economics
  • Economies of Middle East

Education:

  • PhD in Development Economics, Helwan University, 2012
  • MA in Development Economics, Helwan University, 2008
  • Bachelor of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science (English Section), Cairo University, 2003

Experience:

  • Senior Economist at the “Tahya-Misr Fund, 2018 – present
  • Lecturer in Economics, Department of Economics, British University of Egypt (BUE), 2010 – present
  • Lecturer in Economics (Part –Time), Department of Business, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime, 2010 – present
  • Assistant lecturer in Economics (Full-Time), British University of Egypt, 2008-2009

Latest Publications:

  • Badr, K., Rizk, R., Zaki, C., & Badr, K. (2019). Firm productivity and agglomeration economies: Evidence from Egyptian Data, Applied Economics (forthcoming)
  • Rizk, R.(2018), Demographic Change and Economic Growth: Evidence from Egypt, Journal of North African Studies, 1-24
  • Elamin, O., Rizk, R., & Adams, J. (2018), Private tutoring and parents’ decision to work more: evidence from Egypt. Education Economics, 1-23
  • Rizk, R., & Slimane, M. B. (2018). Modelling the relationship between poverty, environment, and institutions: a panel data study. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25(31), 31459-31473
  • Al-Ayouty,E ;Hassaballah, H and R. Rizk (2017), Clean manufacturing industries and environmental quality :The case of Egypt, Environmental Development, 21 (2017)19–25
  • Rizk, R. and Owusu-Afriyie (2014), Determinants of household expenditure on Children’s education in Egypt, International Journal of Education Economics and Development, Vol. 5, No. 4
Working Papers

The Promise and Peril of Youth Entrepreneurship in MENA

Entrepreneurship is promoted by government policies and international agencies as a solution to high rates ... read more


Working Papers

Firm Productivity and Agglomeration Economies: Evidence from Egyptian Data

This paper attempts to shed light on the nexus between firm productivity and economies of ... read more


Working Papers

Own Account Workers in Jordan: Profile and Work Characteristics

In this paper, we compare own account workers (employers and the self-employed) to private sector ... read more


Working Papers

Revisiting the Middle-Class Myth: Evidence From A Cross-Country Analysis of African Social Progress

We analyze the relationship between the expansion of middle class in 42 African countries and ... read more


Working Papers

Out of Pocket Health Expenditure and Household Budget: Evidence from Arab Countries

This paper assesses the prevalence of out-of-pocket catastrophic health expenditure and pinpoints the factors associated ... read more


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