Nesreen Seleem is an assistant lecturer at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University. She is currently a PhD student at Cairo University, writing her thesis, under the supervision of Prof. Laila El Khawaga and Dr. Chahir Zaki, on fiscal sustainability and theRead More
In addition to her research and teaching activities, Nesreen is also the assistant coordinator of cooperation program between the Faculty of Economics and Political Science and the United-Nations Children’s Funds – UNICEF Egypt and has previously collaborated with the Institute of Law and Economics at the University of Hamburg serving as the academic coordinator of the first double-degree Master program in Law and Economics in Egypt between Cairo University and the University of Hamburg.
Nesreen holds a B.A. in Economics and a MSc. in Economics from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University. Her research interests include monetary and fiscal policy, applied time series econometrics, and macroeconomic policies of the MENA region.
In EMNES, she contributes to the research on macroeconomic policies and employment.
- Working papers Employment intensity and Sectoral Output Growth: A Comparative Analysis for MENA economies - 15/10/2018
- Working papers On Modelling the Determinants of TFP in the MENA Region: A Macro-Micro Firm-Level Evidence - 14/03/2018