Ms. Myriam Ramzy Michel is currently an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University. In 2005, she graduated from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science with a major in economics and minor in statistics.
Since 2006, she has been working as an Assistant Lecturer in the French Section and teaching many courses in Macroeconomics, Development Economics, Money and Banking, Mathematical Economics, International Economics, and National Accounts. In 2011, she obtained her Master’s degree in economics, with her thesis entitled “The Role of Innovation in Creating the Knowledge-Based Economy”. She is currently working on her PhD thesis and supposed to be defending it in 2018, with her thesis entitled “The Impact of Environmental Regulations on International Trade for the Most Important Agricultural Commodities between the European Union and Middle East and North Africa Countries”. Her recent publication is Ramzy, M. and Zaki, C. (2018). “Do Environmental Matter for EU-MENA Trade?”, Applied Economics, (forthcoming). Her main fields of interests are International Trade and Environmental Economics.