Jamal Ibrahim Haidar
Jamal Ibrahim Haidar is a PhD candidate at the Paris School of Economics, University of Paris-1 Pantheon Sorbonne, and ENSAE-CREST. Previously, he worked at the World Bank, International Finance Corporation, International Monetary Fund, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, Institute of International Finance, and Deloitte. His past research work has focused on four areas: (i) international macroeconomics, particularly on currency crisis transmission through international trade, currency valuation and purchasing power parity, and sovereign credit risk in the eurozone; (ii) finance, particularly on infrastructure privatization in Arab countries; (iii) international trade, particularly on the relation between country size and trade facilitation in developing countries, sanctions and exports deflection in Iran, as well as the connection between trade and productivity in India before and after firms' participation in export market; and (iv) private sector development, particularly on the impact of business regulatory reforms and investors protections on economic growth around the world as well as on the implementation of structural reforms within Abenomics in Japan. His recent research work is available here.
- In Trade Facilitation Assistance, Does Country Size Matter?
- Business regulations in Lebanon: where are we? where do we go now?
- أين نحن من تنظيم الأعمال في لبنان؟ وإلى أين نذهب؟
- La réglementation des entreprises au Liban : état des lieux et perspectives
- Do Business Regulatory Reforms Impact Economic Growth?