In this study, we examine the relationship between fertility and population policies and other potential determinants. We use panel data from the United Nations World ...
In this paper, we compare own account workers (employers and the self-employed) to private sector wage workers in Jordan using the Jordan Labor Market Panel ...
This paper aims at examining the gender differences in time allocation between market, house and care work in Egypt and Tunisia, as well as analyzing ...
This paper examines the impact of financial development on poverty in middle-income countries. To that end, we made recourse to several estimation techniques over a ...
Although youth with disabilities represent a heterogeneous group with respect to disability domain and degree of severity they are disadvantaged in almost all dimensions of ...
This article challenges the topic of low demand for social insurance by exploring an original
The length of commute time to work influence the access to employment opportunities and individuals’
Variations in hourly wage rates explain most of gross earnings inequality among all workers in
This paper investigates wage formation and inequality in Jordan over the period 2010 to 2016
This paper examines the manufacturing export market in Egypt after the Arab Spring using firm
Women’s employment is not evenly distributed across sectors and this variance in gender diversity can
The literature on children’s health inequalities in refugee camps in Jordan remains sparse. We noticed
Low female labor force participation continues to be an important problem in the Turkish labor
This paper studies access to basic services and infrastructure among youth populations in Cairo’s informal
After the secession of South Sudan and the resultant drop in oil exports, Sudan has
Female labor force participation rates in the Middle East and North Africa are low compared
The six oil-rich Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries adopted interventionist labor policies in the early
The work environment has witnessed dramatic changes over the past three decades as a result
Oil-rich countries systematically misallocate public expenditures relative to non-oil countries--by favoring consumption over capital, and
The current study examines the extent of empowerment for different types of women in Egypt’s
The labor market consequences of ethnic conflict between Kurds and Turks in Turkey are not