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Research Fellows

Our Research Fellows

ERF Fellows are highly qualified economists, holding PhDs in economics or related fields and having published at least two articles in refereed journals. Research Fellows are the only affiliates with voting rights. Fellows are nominated by peers, screened by ERF’s Advisory Committee and approved by the Board of Trustees . They are selected on the basis of a criteria proposed by the advisory committee and approved by the Board of Trustees.

our Affiliates

ERF affiliates form the backbone of our network, representing 20 countries in the region, with 70 percent of all affiliates residing in the region.  Currently, there are 311 affiliates: 179 Research Fellows, 66 Research Associates, 42 Senior Associates and 24 Policy Affiliates.

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Izak Atiyas

Associate Professor of Economics, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Sabanci University

Basel Awartani

University of Westminster

Mohamed Ayadi

Professor in Econometric and Quantitative Analyses, High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis

Abdurrahman Aydemir

Professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Sabanci University

Azzeddine Azzam

Professor of Agricutural Economics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Leila Baghdadi

Associate Professor, Tunis Business School

Mehmet Balcilar

Professor, Eastern Mediterranean University, Famagusta, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus

Mina Baliamoune Lutz

Richard de Raismes Kip Professor, Economics, University of North Florida

Badi Baltagi

Distinguished Professor of Economics, Syracuse University

Ahmad Qassem Bani Melhem

Associate Professor, Abu Dhabi University

Ghada Barsoum

Assistant Professor, The American University in Cairo

Cem Baslevent

Professor, Department of Economics, Istanbul Bilgi University

Ali Bayar

President, EcoMod.

Fateh Belaïd

Lille Catholic University

Adel Ben Youssef

Professor of Economics – University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis

Jess Benhabib

Professor of Economics, New York University