MENASP Network Database

Social Policy Database

Database of Middle East North Africa Social Policy Expertise

Name
Mrs. Asmaa Ezzat
Biography

Asmaa M. Ezzat Dr. Asmaa M. Ezzat is an Assistant Professor (Lecturer) at the Economics Department in Faculty of Economics and Political Science (FEPS), Cairo University. Asmaa got her Ph.D. in Economics in 2015, with a joint supervision from FEPS and Institute of Law and Economics in Hamburg University, under the title "on the Nexus between Constitutional Rules, Corruption and Economic Growth: An Empirical Analysis". She got her M.A. in Economics in 2011, in which she studied the impact of corruption on economic growth in developing countries. She worked as a part-time researcher in Ministry of Planning in Egypt for three years, and as a research assistant for many Professors of Economics Department in different projects. She holds a B.A. in Economics from Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University. Her research interests include institutional economics, development economics, law and economics, economics of corruption and econometrics. She has some international publications on Institutions and institutional quality

Qualifications
Doctorate, Cairo University
Current or most recent Employer

Assistant Professor of Economics

Cairo University
Time in Post - 3

Organisation Type: University

Regional Expertise

Egypt, Tunisia,

Disciplinary or professional background

Development (applied), Economics

Contact Info

Asmaaezzat@feps.edu.eg

0020005038287

Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University
Social Media

Asmaa Ezzat (Facebook)

Public Profiles

https://scholar.cu.edu.eg/?q=aezzat/

Current Areas of Policy Interest

Poverty or deprivation measurement

Governance (National)

Gender equality

Labour and employment policies

Economic development

Other macroeconomic issues

Work relates to groups

Youth

Areas of Policy Interest over the last ten years

Areas of Policy Interest researched, programmes designed and/or delivered in the last ten years

Poverty/deprivation measurement

Labour and employment polices

Public finance

Other macroeconomic issues

Engagement

Academic publications

Policy Reports

Consultancy Reports