Mohamed Ayadi is a Professor of Economics and Econometrics at the High Institute of Management (ISG), University of Tunis, Tunisia and he was educated at the University of Toulouse, France (MSc and PhD).His research interests include Welfare, Poverty and Economic Modelling Analysis (capability approach and human development, local development, inequality and poverty, Education and Health), Consumer Behaviour and Public Economic Policies (demand analysis, price spatial variation and demand analysis, indirect taxation and consumer behaviour, indirect targeting), Financial International Economics and International Trade (Capital mobility and economic growth, exchange rates volatilities and forecast, exchange rate regime choice, trade potentials), Innovation Analyses (Characteristics of innovating firms, service innovation, Sectoral patterns of innovation, learning to compete, productivity factors), Econometric and Statistical Modelling (Panel data models, discrete choice models, time series, spatial econometrics and statistics).
Mohamed Ayadi is the co-author or single author of numerous papers published in: International Journal of Social Welfare, Papers in Regional Science, Empirical Economics, Journal of African Economies, Portuguese Economic Journal, International Journal of Educational Development, The Journal of Development Studies, Revue d'Economie Industrielle, Middle East Development Journal, Brussel Economic Review, Economics Bulletin, Empirical Economics Letters, Revue Economique, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Panoeconomicus, L’Actualité Economique, Economie Internationale, Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics.
Mohamed has worked as a consultant for numerous national and international organizations in Tunisia as well as several Arab and African countries (AfDB, World Bank, UNDP, African Union, ERF, PEP, OFE). He supervised twenty professional and academic projects.
|Analyse Multidimensionnelle de la Pauvreté en Tunisie entre 1988 et 2001 par une Approche Non-Monétaire||Tunisia||Poverty and inequality|
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