The length of commute time to work influence the access to employment opportunities and individuals’ outcomes. Women are unable to take the same lengthy commute ...
Variations in hourly wage rates explain most of gross earnings inequality among all workers in most countries (OECD 2011). Through running re-centered influence function regressions, ...
This paper investigates wage formation and inequality in Jordan over the period 2010 to 2016 using the Jordan Labor Market Panel Surveys. We take stock ...
This paper examines the manufacturing export market in Egypt after the Arab Spring using firm level census data from 2013. Exports are quite rare in ...
Women’s employment is not evenly distributed across sectors and this variance in gender diversity can impact firms’ productivity and wages. Using the newly available EC ...
We investigate the determinants of the distribution of FDI across greenfield investment and mergers and
We explore the effect of foreign direct investment on economic growth in developing countries, distinguishing
In this paper, I develop a Proxy Means Tests (PMT) model and examine several targeting
The manufacturing sector in Morocco emerged in the sixties and early seventies with the support
This paper investigates the determinants of vertical integration in the Egyptian clothing industry. High-end market
This paper investigates macro-financial linkages in Egypt using two complementary methods, assessing the interaction between
The purpose of this study is to identify the urbanization–related determinants of two key political
The arrival of Islamist parties to power in some Arab countries (Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco)
The relationship between economic development and income inequality isn’t neutral vis-à-vis the role of the
This paper focuses on the implications of private tutoring in Turkey for questions of equity
Since the controversial finding of the Coleman Report (1966), which was that school resources had
This study addresses the problem of water-use efficiency in agriculture via the optimization of water
This study examines the effects of the extension of compulsory schooling from 5 to 8
This paper builds a theoretical model based on Allen and Gale (2000) to analyze how
Natural resources have been blamed for inducing slow growth and sparking civil conflicts and violence.
This paper analyzes the international labor mobility-employment nexus in Tunisia in a dynamic general equilibrium