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ERF 21st Annual Conference Kicks Off

This blog is written by Ahmed Goher (Economic Research Forum) Economic Research Forum’s (ERF) 21st Annual Conference kicked off on ... read more


Disentangling the Complex Relationship between Democracy and Development: Part I

This blog post is written by Ahmed Goher (Economic Research Forum) Economic Research Forum (ERF) held the first plenary session of its 21st Annual Conference on March 20 in ... read more


Disentangling the Complex Relationship between Democracy and Development: Part II

This blog post is written by Ahmed Goher (Economic Research Forum) In an attempt to understand the causal relationship between democracy and development, Adam Przeworski, Carroll and Milton Professor of ... read more


Forms of Democracy and Development

This blog is written by Ahmed Goher (Economic Research Forum) The Economic Research Forum (ERF) held its second plenary session on ‘Forms of Democracy and Development’ on March 21, in ... read more


Navigating the Transitions to Democracy

This post is written by Ahmed Goher (Economic Research Forum) The Economic Research Forum (ERF) brought together speakers Eva Bellin (Brandeis University), Erik Berglof (London School ... read more


ERF 22ND ANNUAL CONFERENCE CALL FOR PROPOSALS

This blog is edited by Ahmed Goher (Economic Research Forum) The Economic Research Forum (ERF) announced that is inviting proposals for papers to be presented in ERF’s 22nd Annual Conference, ... read more


Economic Research Forum Holds Training Workshop on ‘Measurements and Analysis of Opinion Poll Data’

This blog is written by Ahmed Goher (Economic Research Forum) The Economic Research Forum held a three-day training workshop, from May 10-12 at its headquarters in Cairo, on the ... read more


ERF Holds Workshop on the Political Economy of the Private Sector in the Middle East

The Economic Research Forum is organizing a workshop on “The Political Economy of the Private Sector in the Middle East,” June 5-6, 2015, in Oxford, UK. The workshop, ... read more


How “Private” are MENA Capital Markets?

This blog is written by Alissa Amico (Program Manager, MENA, Corporate Affairs Division, OECD). Most stock exchanges in the Middle East, with the exception of the Palestine ... read more


The Egyptian Labor Market: Both Cause and Casualty of the 2011 Revolution

This blog is written by Ragui Assaad, an ERF Research Fellow and a professor of planning and public affairs at the Humphrey Institute at the University of Minnesota. He ... read more


ERF to Hold Workshops on Education, Labor Market Dynamics and the Use of Labor Market Panel Survey Data in MENA

The Economic Research Forum (ERF) is organizing three workshops on “Education in the ERF Region,” “Labor Market Dynamics in the Middle East and North Africa,” and “The Use of Labor Market ... read more


ERF to Hold Second National Dialogue on the Relationship between Political and Economic Reform in Egypt

The Economic Research Forum (ERF) will hold a national dialogue under the title “Between Political Reform and Economic Development…Egypt the Future” on September 30, 2015. The event emanates from ... read more


بين الاصلاح السياسى والتنمية الاقتصادية .. حوار حول مستقبل مصر

كتب هذا المقال أ. مصباح قطب عقد منتدى البحوث الاقتصادية بالتعاون مع شعبة المحررين الاقتصاديين بنقابة الصحفيين، الحلقة النقاشية الثانية من سلسلة الحوار القومى حول مصر ... read more


ERF Conference to Explore Women’s Empowerment in the Arab World

The Economic Research Forum (ERF) will hold a conference on women’s social and economic empowerment in the Arab World on October 24-25, 2015, in Cairo, Egypt. The event, hosted ... read more


The Gender Gap Runs Deeper

Mahmoud El-Gamal, ERF Research Fellow and Rice University Professor of Economics and Statistics  The Gender Gap Runs Deeper than Religion or Education CAPMAS, the official Egyptian statistical agency, announced in ... read more


The Empowerment of Women in the Household starts with their Empowerment in the Market

This blog is written by Dr. Zafiris Tzannatos, Senior Consultant for Strategy and Policy   A precondition for effective bargaining (or, as some put it, negotiation) is to have some kind of ... read more


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