MENASP Network Database

Social Policy Database

Database of Middle East North Africa Social Policy Expertise

Name
Prof. Mohamed Ali Marouani
Qualifications
Doctorate, Université de Montpellier
Current or most recent Employer

Associate Professor

Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne University
Time in Post - 12

Organisation Type: University

Regional Expertise

Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, State of Palestine, Syrian Arab Republic, Tunisia,

Disciplinary or professional background

Development Studies, Development (applied), Economics, Evaluation research

Contact Info

marouani@univ-paris1.fr

(33)143947230

IEDES, 45bis Avenue de la Belle Gabrielle, 94736 Nojent-sur-marne
Social Media

@dalimarouani (Twitter)

Public Profiles

https://sites.google.com/site/mohamedalimarouani/home

Current Areas of Policy Interest

Poverty or deprivation reduction ( 16 years )

Poverty or deprivation measurement ( 16 years )

Public Policy ( 19 years )

Education policy ( 6 years )

Social protection

Labour and employment policies ( 13 years )

Social security systems ( 13 years )

Taxation ( 19 years )

Economic development ( 19 years )

Engagement

Academic publications
Articles: – « The Labor Market Effects of Skill-biased Technological Change in Malaysia », with B. Nilsson, Economic Modelling, Volume 57, pp. 55-75, [2016]. –« Contribution of Structural Change to Productivity Growth : Evidence from Tunisia », with R. Mouelhi, Jourl of African Economies, Volume 25, Issue 1, pp.110–132, [2016]. – « Migration and Employment Interactions in a Crisis Context : the case of Tunisia. », with A. David, Economics of Transition, Volume 23, Issue 3, pp. 597-624, [2015]. – « Foreign Workers in Malaysia : Labor Market and Firm Level Alysis. », with X. Del Carpio, B. Nilsson, C. Ozden, M. Testaverde and M. Wagner, Malaysian Jourl of Economic Studies, Vol 52 No 1, [2015], pp. 1-19. –« Assessing interactions among education, social insurance and labor market policies in Morocco », with D. Robalino, Applied Economics, volume 44, N 24, pp. 3149-3167, [2012]. – « Poverty Reduction and Growth Interactions : What Can Be Learned from the Syrian Experience ? », with A. David, Development Policy Review, volume 30(6), pp. 773-787, [2012]. – « Service sectors restrictiveness and economic performance : An estimation for the ME region », with N. Bottini and L. Munro, The World Economy volume 34(9), pp. 1652-1678, [2011]. – « More jobs for university graduates : some policy options for Tunisia », Applied Economics Letters, 1466-4291, volume 17, N 10, pp. 933-937, [2010]. –« The distributive impact of Vietm’s accession to the WTO », with J.P. Cling, M. Razafindrakoto, A. S. Robilliard et F. Roubaud, Intertiol Economics 118, pp. 43-71, [2009]. – « Is the end of the MFA a threat ? », Review of Development Economics, volume 13, N 1, pp. 99-110, [2009]. – « Ouverture commerciale, réformes fiscales et chômage en Tunisie : une alyse en équilibre général intertemporel », Revue Economique, volume 59, N8, pp.119-148, [2008]. Books and book chapters: – « Tunisia : Jobs to combat high youth unemployment », with A. El Lahga and R. Ben Ayed Mouelhi, chapter 7 in : Jobs for Development : Challenges and Solutions in Different Country Settings, Betcherman and Rama eds., Oxford University Press, pp.217-254, [2016]. – « The Labor Market Effects of Skill-biased Technological Change in Malaysia », with B. Nilsson, chap. 8 in : Interl Migration, Urbanisation and Poverty in Asia : Dymics and Interrelationships, Jayanthakumaran, Verma, Wan and Wilson eds., Springer, forthcoming. – « Immigration in Malaysia : Assessment of its effects and a Review of the Policy and System », with X. Del Carpio, R. Karupiah, C. Ozden, M. Testaverde and M. Wagner, The World Bank, 240 p., [2013]. –« Trade-induced changes in economic inequalities : Assessment issues and policy implications for developing countries », with S. Chabe-Ferret, J. Gourdon and T. Voituriez., chap. 1 in : Trade, Globalization and Sustaibility Impact Assessment, Ekins and Voituriez, Earthscan, pp. 19-44, [2009]. – The Policy Paradox in Africa, with E. Ayuk, Africa World Press, 320 p., [2007].

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