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Wasseem Mina

Research Fellows

Associate Professor, United Arab Emirates University


Areas of Interest:

  • International Finance
  • Public Finance
  • Economic Development
  • Industrial Organization

Education:

  • Ph.D., Economics, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University, 2002
  • M.A., Economics, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, 1990

Experience:

  • Associate Professor, United Arab Emirates University, College of Business and Economics, Department of Economics, 2011-Present
  • Visiting Scholar, United Nations University-World Institute of Development Economics Research, Helsinki, July-August 2009.
  • Assistant Professor, United Arab Emirates University, College of Business and Economics, Department of Economics, 2004-2011
  • Part-time Assistant Professor, The Arab Academy for Science & Technology and Maritime Transport, College of Management, Heliopolis Campus, Cairo,  Summer 2004

Latest of Publications:

  • Mina, Wasseem. 2015. “Political Risk Guarantees and Capital Flows: The Role of Bilateral Investment Treaties”, Economics Discussion Papers, No 2015-24, Kiel Institute for the World Economy.
  • Mina, Wasseem and Jaeck, Louis. 2015. “Labor Market Flexibility and FDI Flows: Evidence from Oil-Rich GCC and Middle Income Countries”, March 4, 2015.
  • Mina, Wasseem. 2014. “But Most of All We Love Each Other: Does Social Cohesion Pay off? Evidence from FDI Flows to Middle Income Countries”, International Center for Public Policy, Working Paper 14-24, June.
  • Mina, Wasseem. 2013. “Beyond FDI: The Influence of Bilateral Investment Treaties on Debt”, International Center for Public Policy, Working Paper 13-25, December.
Working Papers

The Race to the Top: Institutional Clusters and World FDI Shares

The literature on the institutions-FDI nexus has treated the influence of institutions independently of each ... read more


Working Papers

BIT Contracting and FDI Impact in the GCC Countries

Abstract The rationale for GCC countries increasingly contracting of BITs is controversial. This paper empirically examines the ... read more


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