Dr. Ahmed Emam

Ahmed Emam is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Political Science, Economics, and Business Administration at May University in Cairo (MUC). He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Cairo University, with his thesis focusing on "The Impact of Exchange Rate Fluctuations on the Trade Balance in Egypt and Ethiopia Since 1990." Prior to his Ph.D., he earned a Master's in Economics from Cairo University, investigating "E-Money and its impact on Monetary Policy in Kenya Since 2000." Emam has garnered significant teaching experience, having served as an Assistant Professor of Economics at various institutions, including the School of Business at Canadian International College (CIC), Akhbar El Yom Academy, and Thebes Academy, where he specialized in Banking, Financial Markets, and Business Administration. His professional affiliations include memberships in the Economy Division of the Syndicate of Commercial Professions, Egypt Tax Society, and Egyptian Association for Public Finance & Taxes. Ahmed Emam has contributed valuable research to the field of economics, with publications in esteemed journals such as the "Journal of Financial and Business Research" from Port Said University, where he studied "Egypt's Inflation determinants." He also explored "Foreign direct investment in sub-Saharan Africa: economic gains vs social fairness" in a publication from the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies. Emam's commitment to academia and his contributions to economic research have earned him recognition in the field of economics, and his work continues to shape and inform economic studies in Egypt and beyond.