Jamal Ibrahim Haidar joined the Center for International Development's Growth Lab as a postdoctoral research fellow in 2016.
Jamal holds a Ph.D. in economics from the Paris School of Economics, University of Paris-1 Pantheon Sorbonne and master degrees in applied economics and international finance from Johns Hopkins University and City University London, respectively.
Previously, he worked at the World Bank, International Finance Corporation, International Monetary Fund, Institute of International Finance, and Deloitte. His current research areas of interest are in international economics, development economics, and political economy. Jamal's current research projects focus on exporters dynamics and job creation, his predoctoral research work is available here.
|Current Research/Projects||Areas of Expertise|
|Job Creation in Lebanon||Business Environment|
|Export Dynamics in Saudi Arabia||Sanctions|
|Peer Effects in International Trade||Firm Dynamics|
- "Sanctions and Export Deflection: Evidence from Iran," Economic Policy 2017
- "Do Political Connections Reduce Job Creation? Evidence from Lebanon," CID Fellow Working Paper No. 70. 2016
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