Areas of Interest:
- Growth and Development
- International Economics
- Applied Microeconomics
- Ph.D., Economics, University of California, Davis, USA, 2005
- M.A., Economics, Stanford University, Stanford, USA, 2000
- M.A., Economics, The American University in Cairo, Egypt, 1998
- B.A., Economics (Summa cum Laude), The American University in Cairo, Egypt, 1995
- Lecturer, Department of Economics, Santa Clara University, CA, USA, Spring 2010-Present
- Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, San Jose State University, CA, USA, Spring 2009
- Adjunct Instructor, Division of Humanities and Social Sciences, San Jose City College, USA, Fall 2008
- “Did Trade Liberalization Benefit Female Workers? Evidence from Egypt on Wage and Employment Effects” in Karshenas, M. & Chamlou, N. (Eds.) Women, Work and Welfare in the Middle East and North Africa: The Role of Socio-demographics, Entrepreneurship and Public Policies. Imperial College Press, (2016).
- “Trade liberalization, industry concentration and female workers: the case of Egypt”, IZA Journal of Labor Policy, 3 (20) September (2014).
- “Do Workers in Exporting Industries Earn Higher Wages? Evidence from Recent Trade Liberalization Episodes in Two Developing Countries,” Global Business and Economics Review 16 (4): 369-395 (2014) (with M. Said).
- “Dynamics of Multidimensional Poverty and Trade Liberalization: Evidence from Panel Data for Egypt.” (with M. Said), in Berenger, Valerie; Bresson, Florent (Eds.) “Poverty and Social Exclusion around the Mediterranean Sea.” Part of the Springer book series: “Economic Studies in Inequality, Social Exclusion and Well-Being”, Vol. 9 (2013), New York: Springer.
- “Innovation, Productivity, and Foreign Direct Investment-Induced R&D Spillovers” Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, forthcoming (published online July 15, 2011).
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