MENASP Network Database

Social Policy Database

Database of Middle East North Africa Social Policy Expertise

Name
Prof. Tarek Selim
Biography

Dr. Selim is professor of economics and business strategy at the American University in Cairo, and member of the Global Experts Council of the World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland.

Qualifications
Doctorate, George Washington University
Current or most recent Employer

Project

American University in Cairo
Time in Post - 17

Organisation Type: University

Regional Expertise

Egypt, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates,

Disciplinary or professional background

Business, Development Studies, Development (applied), Economics

Contact Info

tselim@aucegypt.edu

201222410582

1024 Jameel Building, Department of Economics, School of Business, The American University in Cairo
Public Profiles

https://sites.google.com/a/aucegypt.edu/tarekselim/

Current Areas of Policy Interest

Poverty or deprivation reduction ( 20 years )

Poverty or deprivation measurement ( 20 years )

Governance (National) ( 5 years )

Governance (Local Governance and Decentralization) ( 10 years )

Public Policy ( 20 years )

Education policy ( 20 years )

Labour and employment policies ( 20 years )

Economic development ( 20 years )

Islamic finance ( 5 years )

Innovative finance (New modalities in financing social sectors e.g. impact bonds) ( 5 years )

Other macroeconomic issues ( 5 years )

Work relates to groups

Children ( 5 years )

Youth ( 5 years )

Elderly ( 3 years )

Areas of Policy Interest over the last ten years

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

Public Policy

Poverty/deprivation reduction

Poverty/deprivation measurement

Inequality

Governance (National)

Governance (Local & Decentralization)

Education policy

Social protection

Labour and employment polices

Economic development

Public finance

Islamic finance

Innovative finance (New modalities in financing social sectors e.g. impact bonds)

Other macroeconomic issues

Conflict & Security

Engagement

Academic publications

Academic conferences

Radio

Television

Social Media

Policy Reports

Policy Briefs

Consultancy Reports