Adil Idris

Adil Idris

Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Kassala

Adil Idris Mohamed Ali, Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Kassala - Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences - Department of Economics - Sudan Director of the University of Kassala Consulting and Training Unit - Director of the Youth Entrepreneurship Project at the University of Kassala in partnership with UNIDO - Former Head of the Economics Department and a member of the Professors Council at Kassala University and His current research focuses on the value-added chain of Sudanese sesame exports - the Sudanese labor market and youth (entrepreneurship).He holds a doctorate in agricultural economics from the University of Khartoum and a master’s degree in economics from the University of Al-Nelain and a postgraduate diploma in development economics from the University of Gezira and a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Gedaref - Sudan.

Areas of Interest:
  • Economic Development
  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Applied Economics
  • Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics-  University o f Khartoum, Sudan-2016
  • M.Sc. (Economics)- University of ALNeelain, Khartoum, Sudan-2009
  • Postgraduate Diploma (Development Economics)- University of Gezira, Gezira, Sudan-2006
  • B.Sc.(Honours) second Class, Division one in Economics, University of Gadarif, Sudan-2004
  • Assistance Professor, University of Kassala, Sudan- Kassala, 2014- present
  • Inspector Taxation, Chamber of Taxation, Sudan- Kassala, 2012-2013
  • Inspector Training, Ministry of Finance & Economy, Sudan- Gadarif, 2008 - 2011
Latest Publications:
  • Impact of Zakat on Poverty(Case Study of Kassala State during the Period2013- 2017),2018.
  • Community Views on Child Marriage in Kassala State –Eastern Sudan : Prospects for Change-CMI Sudan Report, number 1, February 2018 - ISSN 1890-7059,
  • Determinants of Competitive Ability of the Sudanese Sesame Exports to Saudi Arabian Market during the Period  1989-2013. November,2016
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