Development Economics Health Economics Population Economics
• PhD. in Economics, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Fall 2012.
• Full Professor, Department of Economics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, August 2019 – Present.
• Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, July 2018 – July 2019.
• Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, 2014 – 2018.
• Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2012 – 2014.
Google Scholar profile: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=CAJneCgAAAAJ&hl=en
RePEc profile: https://ideas.repec.org/f/psh478.html
"Does Precarious Employment Ruin Youth Health and Marriage? Evidence from Egypt Using Longitudinal Data” International Journal of Development Issues, 2020.
"Why are Palestinian Refugee Children Shorter than the Children of Host Community in Jordan?" Migration and Development, 2020.
"Son Preference and Child Under nutrition in the Arab Countries: Is There a Gender Bias against Girls?" Middle East Development Journal, 2019.
"Does Public Health Insurance Increase Maternal Health Care Utilization in Egypt?" Journal of International Development, 2019.
"Does Income Inequality Increase Violence Against Women? An Instrumental Variable Approach" The European Journal of Development Research, 2019.
"Does maternal employment affect child nutrition status? New evidence from Egypt" Oxford Development Studies, 2019.
"Child nutritional status in Egypt: a comprehensive analysis of socioeconomic determinants using a quantile regression approach" Journal of biosocial science, 2019.
“Socioeconomic Inequalities in Infant Mortality in Egypt: Analyzing Trends between 1995 and 2014” Social Indicators Research, 2018.
“Economic Growth and Child Malnutrition in Egypt: New Evidence from National Demographic and Health Survey” Social Indicators Research, 2018.
“Socioeconomic Inequalities in Maternity Care: Evidence From Egypt, Jordan and Yemen” Journal of International Development, 2017.
“Regional inequalities in child malnutrition in Egypt, Jordan, and Yemen: a Blinder-Oaxaca decomposition analysis” Health Economics Review, 2016.
"Physical inactivity among older Canadian adults" Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 2014.
“The earnings of immigrants and the quality adjustment of immigrant human capital” IZA Journal of Development and Migration, 2013.
"The Effect of Graphic Cigarette Warning Labels on Smoking Behavior: Evidence from the Canadian Experience" Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 2013.
"Disparities in health care utilization by smoking status in Canada" International Journal of Public Health, 2013.
“The effect of job stress on smoking and alcohol consumption” Health Economics Review, 2011.
"Cigarette Taxes and Smoking Participation: Evidence from Recent Tax Increases in Canada" International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2011.
"Psychosocial working conditions and the utilization of health care services" BMC Public Health, 2011.
How markets and governments determine which products are produced and how income is distributed in the Canadian economy. Not open to students with credit in ECON 204.Fall Term 2021 Winter Term 2022
Employment, inflation, international payments, monetary policy, and fiscal policy, all in the Canadian economy. Prerequisite: ECON 101 or consent of Department. Not open to students with credit in ECON 204.Fall Term 2021 Winter Term 2022
The theory of consumer behavior; theory of production and cost; price and output determination under competition, monopoly and other market structures. Prerequisite: ECON 101 or equivalent.Fall Term 2021 Winter Term 2022
Designed for majors and Honors students in Economics. Extensions and applications of microeconomic theory: intertemporal choice, risk, uncertainty and expected utility; oligopoly and game theory; externalities, public goods, adverse selection, moral hazard, and asymmetric information; general equilibrium. Prerequisites: ECON 109, ECON 281 and 299 or equivalent, and MATH 156 or equivalent.Fall Term 2021
Types of international transactions, macroeconomics in an open economy, exchange rates, balance of payments adjustments, and other issues in the international monetary system. Prerequisites: ECON 109, ECON 281, 282 and MATH 154 or equivalent.Fall Term 2021