Dr. Nabil Dahdah
Dr. Nabil DahdahanAssistant Professor in the Faculty of business administration at Emirates College of Technology, Abu Dhabi.
Dr. Nabil Dahdah obtained a Ph. D. from Michigan State University in East Lansing. Prior to this, he received his Master’s degree from University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and his Bachelor’s degree from the American University of Beirut.
Prior to joining ECT, Dr Nabil Dahdah worked for international and regional organizations and government entities in Jordan and the United Arab Emirates and as a professor in Higher Colleges of Technology. He was involved in performing and supervising diversified microeconomic and macroeconomic research and extending policy recommendations to high-level decision-makers.
The Global Financial Crisis and Challenges of Restoring Economic Stability and Realizing Comprehensive Growth in the Arab Countries,” Arabic, January 2013. Published by the Arab Monetary Fund (AMF). Prepared in collaboration with colleagues.
“The Ramifications of the Global Financial Crisis on the Fiscal Stance of the Arab Oil and Natural Gas Exporting Countries,” Arabic, December 2010. Published by the AMF.
“Status of the Banking Sector in the Arab Countries and Challenges Posed by the Global Financial Crisis,” Arabic, September 2009. A book published by the AMF. Prepared in collaboration with colleagues.
“Development Impact of Workers’ Remittances on Arab Economies,” Arabic, July
- A book published by the AMF. Prepared in collaboration with colleagues.
“Effects and Dimensions of the Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative (MDRI),” Arabic, October 2005. Published by the AMF.
“The Jordanian Economy: Strong Growth Despite Regional Uncertainties,” (a profile of the Jordanian economy), English, January 2003. Published by Jordan Investment Trust Company (Jordinvest).