Dr. Yasmina Rim Limam lectures in Economics at John Cabot University. She earned her Master’s and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Connecticut, Storrs and her undergraduate degree is from the University of Tunis. Before joining John Cabot University, Dr. Limam taught in the United States, Tunisia and South Africa, gaining extensive teaching experience at both undergraduate and graduate levels (e.g., Principles of macroeconomics, Intermediate microeconomics, Advanced mathematical economics, Advanced microeconomics, Economic growth, and Economic development). Dr. Limam’s research interests are in economic development and growth, productivity and efficiency analysis, and gender and economics. She has publishes in journals such as Information Technology for Development, German Economic Review, and Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice. More recently, she collaborated in a multiyear, multicountry World Bank research project on gender and economic development in the MENA region.
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