Jemmali Hatem

Jemmali Hatem

Habilitated Assistant Professor at the Higher Institute of Accountancy and Business Administration, University of Manouba. (ISCAE, Tunisia). Research Fellow at the Laboratory for Research in Quantitative Development Economics (LAREQUAD, Tunisia). Active member at the Arab Council for the Social Sciences, (ACSS, Lebanon)


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University of Manouba

Pays : Tunisia

Type d'institution : University

Institution FEMISE : not sure

Thèmes de recherche

  • Poverty and Inequalities
  • Labour Market
  • Regional Development
  • Migration
  • Climate Energy Ressources Biodiversity

Participation in FEMISE-funded research: %s

Publications récentes

[1] "Inequality of opportunities among Tunisian children over time and space" (Single-authored), Child Indicators Research, (2018) (In Press).
[2] "Water Poverty in Africa: A review and synthesis of issues, potentials, and policy implications" (Single-authored), Social Indicators Research, 136 (1): 335358, (2018).
[3] "On measuring and decomposing inequality of opportunity among children: Evidence from Tunisia" (with Mohamed Amara), Applied Research in Quality of Life, 13 (1): 137155, 2018.
[4] "Deciphering the relationship between internal Migration and regional disparities in Tunisia" (with Mohamed Amara), Social Indicators Research, 135 (1): 313-331, (2018).
[5] "Renewable energy consumption, International trade, oil price and Economic growth inter-linkages: the case of Tunisia " (with Riadh Brini and Mohamed Amara), Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 76 : 826-843, (2017).
[6] "Household and contextual indicators of poverty in Tunisia: A multilevel analysis" (with Mohamed Amara), Social Indicators Research, (2017) (In Press).
[7] "Do Tunisian Young Children Have Equal Chances? A Special Focus
on Opportunities in Healthcare and Nutrition"(with Mohamed Amara),
Child Indicators Research, (2017) (In Press).
[8] "Public spending efficiency, governance, political and economic policies: An analysis of inter-linkages in selected MENA countries" (with Riadh Brini), International Journal of Economics and Financial Management, 1 (1), (2016).