Expertise

Labour economics, development economics, applied econometrics, finance-growth nexus and MENA economies

Biography

A CIRANO Associate Researcher and Fellow since 2011, Ali Fakih is Associate Professor and the Associate Chair of the Department of Economics at the Lebanese American University. He is also Fellow of the Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) and of Global Labor Organization (GLO), and a Research Associate at the Economic Research Forum (ERF).

Holding a Ph.D. in Economics from HEC Montréal, his research interests include labour economics, development economics, applied econometrics, finance-growth nexus and economies of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

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CIRANO Publications by Ali Fakih

As an author

External Publications

IDEAS/RePEc Publications

Chor Foon Tang & Ali Fakih & Salah Abosedra (2022) - The Fatality Rate of COVID-19: How Does Education, Health Infrastructure and Institutional Quality Make a Change?

Issam Abdo Ahmad & Ali Fakih (2022) - Does the legal form matter for firm performance in the MENA region?

Pierre Boutros & Ali Fakih (2022) - Drivers of Research Outcomes in Developing Countries: The Case of Lebanon

Ali Fakih & Nathir Haimoun & Anastasia Sleiman (2022) - What drives demand for private tutoring in the Middle East and North Africa region? Evidence from a Youth Survey

Ali Fakih & Rasha Khayat (2022) - Social identity, confidence in institutions, and youth: Evidence from the Arab Spring

Pierre Boutros & Ali Fakih & Sara Kassab & Zeina Lizzaik (2022) - Does the Number of Publications Matter for Academic Promotion in Higher Education? Evidence from Lebanon

Fakih, Ali & Haimoun, Nathir & Sleiman, Anastasia (2022) - What Drives Demand for Private Tutoring in the Middle East and North Africa Region? Evidence from a Youth Survey

Ali Fakih & Pascal L. Ghazalian (2021) - Did the Arab Spring lead to economic, institutional and sociopolitical changes? An empirical analysis through the perceptions of Egyptian youth

Zahraa Barakat & Ali Fakih (2021) - Determinants of the Arab Spring Protests in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya: What Have We Learned?

Abosedra, Salah & Laopodis, Nikiforos T. & Fakih, Ali (2021) - Dynamics and asymmetries between consumer sentiment and consumption in pre- and during-COVID-19 time: Evidence from the US