Dr. Hanen Gharbi

Adjunct Lecturer

Department of Economics

Dr. Hanen is a lecturer with 8 years of academic experience at international Universities such as Université Paris –Sorbonne, Université Paris XII Creteil and Université d’Angers in France. She has also taught a wide range of courses in UAE (Canadian University in Dubai, Synergy University in Dubai) and Tunisian universities.  Dr.  Hanen’ s fields of expertise are Monetary Economics, International Macroeconomics and Exchange Rate Regimes.  Dr. Hanen worked also as an economist in a consulting company in Dubai.



Educational background

  • in Economics, Université Paris Dauphine, France, 2012.
  • in International Economics and Finance, Université Paris Dauphine, France, 2000.
  • In Economics, University of Tunis III, Tunisia, 1999.

Areas of research

  • Exchange rate regimes and currency crisis in the emerging market.
  • Exchange rate management and monetary policy.
  • Foreign exchange reserve accumulation and currency wars.

Research papers

  • Exchange rate management in emerging markets: lessons of recent experiences. La Revue de l’OFCE N° 95 / October 2005.
  • Fear of appreciation and inflation targeting: the emerging economies dilemmas, 2013. 9th International Business and Social Science Research Conference, World Business Institute, Dubai.
  • Outlook for the Egyptian pound, end of year forecast and Foreign exchange reserves scenarios.
  • Egypt’s social spending policy: a comparative analysis

Monthly report, September 2014, Geopolicity.

  • Analysis of the Egyptian economy vulnerabilities: debt sustainability and foreign reserves sufficiency. Annual report, 2014, Geopolicity.