Name: Fatma MABROUK
Researcher- Center for Economic and Social Studies and Research Tunis
Affiliate researcher- GREThA - University of Bordeaux, France.
Tel: (+216) 25 730 971
E-mail: [email protected]
University Education
2007-2012: PhD in Economics. Awarding institution: University of Montesquieu-Bordeaux IV,
France and University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia. With Distinction.
2006-2007: Masters in Economics and International Business (option: International Economics
and Development). Awarding institution: University of Paris Dauphine, France.
2002-2006: MA in Economics (option: Finance and Banking). Awarding institution: ESSEC
Business School Tunisia.
Current Position
Since September 2015 :
Assistant Professor- University of Tunis
Researcher -Center for Economic and Social Studies and
Research-Tunis
Previous Positions
2015-2016 :
2014- 2015:
2013 -2014:
2009-2013:
Temporary Lecturer
Tunis Business School, Tunisia
Temporary Lecturer and Research Assistant.
University of Jendouba, Tunisia
Junior Consultant-Networking and Research Partnerships
Division. African Development Bank, Tunis, Tunisia.
Temporary Lecturer and Research Assistant
University of Montesquieu Bordeaux, France.
Research Topics
International Migration/ Migrants’ Remittances.
Inclusive Growth/ Trade/ Regional Integration.
Applied Econometrics/ Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis.
Academic Publications
Bonnefond, Celine, Mabrouk, Fatma (2017). Subjective well-being of internal migrants: evidence
from a sample of rural hukou holders in Chinese cities, Cahier de recherche du Creg, n° 2017.01
Jacob Oduor, Fatma Mabrouk, Abebe Shimeles (2015). Remittances and Youth Labor Market
Participation in Africa, Cahiers du GREThA, N°2015-32
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Ben Mim, S., and Mabrouk, F. (2014). À travers quels canaux les transferts des migrants
promeuvent-ils le capital humain et la croissance ? Mondes en Développement.Volume 3 •
Number 167 • September 2014, pp.131-147.
Jouini, J., and Mabrouk, F. (2013) « The relationship between remittances and economic growth
in developing countries: Evidence from bootstrap panel cointegration and Seemingly Unrelated
Regression techniques». International Journal of Economics, Volume 7 • Number 1 • June 2013,
pp. 69-88.
Becuwe, S., and Mabrouk, F. (2013) « Migration Internationale et commerce extérieur : Quelles
correspondance ? » in Bounemra Ben Soltane et al. (dir.) Commerce international, croissance et
devenir de l’intégration en méditerranée, Edition Publisud, pp. 239-326.
Becuwe, S., and Mabrouk, F. (2010) « Migration Internationale et commerce extérieur :
Quelles correspondance ? » GREThA Working Papers, N°2010-18.
Mabrouk, F. (2013) « A la recherche d’une typologie des migrants de retour : le cas des pays du
Maghreb » GREThA Working Papers, N°2013-6.
Ben Mim, S., and Mabrouk, F. (2011) « Transferts des migrants et croissance économique : Quels
canaux de transmission ? » GREThA Working Papers, N°2011-28.
Conference and Seminar Presentations
Mabrouk, F.(2017): Participation in EUMEF Study Tour on “Facing Increasingly Complex
Realities and Policy-Making – The Role and Challenges of Think Tanks Today”, taking place in
Berlin, Germany on 22-24 February 2017.
Mabrouk, F. and Mekni, M.M. (2016) «Remittances and food security in Africa». XXXIIèmes
Journées du développement ATM 2016.Catastrophes, vulnérabilités et résiliences dans les pays en
développement. Université Lille 1.Faculté des sciences économiques et sociales 1, 2, et 3 juin
2016.
Bonnefond, C. and Mabrouk, F. (2016) “ Psychological well-being of internal migrant workers:
evidence from a sample of rural hukou holders in Chinese cities”.6th GREThA International
Conference on Economic Development. Bordeaux, France. June 16-17, 2016.
Mabrouk, F. (2014) « Migration and inclusive growth in North Africa ». New Faces Conference
“People Moving – Implications of Migration for Societies and States in North Africa”. 20-23
June 2014. Tunis, Tunisia.
Jacob Oduor, Fatma Mabrouk and Abebe Shimeles (2014) « Remittances and Youth Labor
Market Participation in Africa ». Seminar of the Development Research Department- African
Development Bank. 19 June 2014. Tunis, Tunisia.
Fatma Mabrouk, Jacob Oduor and Abebe Shimeles (2014) «Welfare Effects of Remittances
within Regional Trading Blocs in Africa». Seminar of the Development Research DepartmentAfrican Development Bank. 8 May 2014. Tunis, Tunisia.
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Fatma MABROUK (2012) « A la recherche d’une typologie des migrants de retour : le cas des
pays du Maghreb » Quatrièmes doctoriades euro-méditerranéennes. Journées de la Jeune
Recherche de l’Université du Sud Toulon-Var. Dynamiques économiques des pays
méditerranéens, 29-30 November 2012. Toulon, France.
Sami Ben Mim and Fatma MABROUK (2012) « Transferts de fonds des migrants, capital humain
et croissance économique ». XXVIIIèmes Journées du développement ATM 2012 « Mobilités
internationales, déséquilibres et développement : vers un développement durable et une
mondialisation décarbonée ? ». University d’Orleans, 11-12-13 June 2012. Orleans, France.
Jamel JOUINI and Fatma MABROUK (2012) « Economic growth and remittances in developing
countries: Empirical evidence from bootstrap panel cointegration approach ». Eurasia Business
and Economics Society 2012 Conference, 24-25-26 May 2012, Istanbul, Turkey.
Fatma MABROUK (2012) «Les enjeux économiques des transferts de fonds sur le
développement des pays d’origine, une analyse de court terme ». École doctorale thématique en
sciences sociales de la Communauté française de Belgique (EDTSS), Programme « Migrations et
Diversité culturelle ». The Annual Doctoral Seminar 2012. 3-4 May 2012, Liège, Belgium.
Sami Ben Mim and Fatma MABROUK (2011) « Transferts des migrants et croissance : Quels
canaux de transmission ? ». Première Rencontre Internationale Méditerranéenne. Nouveaux
Enjeux, nouvelles Perspectives Économiques et sociales des pays de la rive sud de la
Méditerranée. 29-30 September et 1st October 2011, Hammamet, Tunisia.
Fatma MABROUK (2010) « Transferts de fonds, investissement et croissance économique ».
First International Symposium In Computational Economics and Finance (ISCEF). 25-26-27
February 2010, Sousse, Tunisia.
Stéphane BECUWE and Fatma MABROUK (2010) « Migration et Commerce international :
Quelle correspondance ? » Colloque international : Le commerce, la croissance et l'intégration
future de la Méditerranée. 11-12-13 November 2010, Rabat, Morocco.
Fatma MABROUK (2009) « Existe-t-il une typologie de classification des effets des transferts
diasporiques sur le développement des pays d’origine ? ». Symposium Netsuds/Politiques et
modes d’appropriation des TIC dans les Suds. 13-14-15-16 October 2009, Bordeaux, France.
Fatma MABROUK (2009) «Migration et développement : Application à l’économie Tunisienne ».
19ème Séminaire Européen des Doctorants en Économie Régionale. 29-30 June et 1st July 2009,
Bordeaux, France.
Fatma MABROUK (2009) « Migration Internationale et Transfert de Technologie, Peut-on
Parler d’un Canal Unique ? ». Journée d’étude : Le migrant connecté. 23 June 2009, Puy-en-Velay,
France.
Fatma MABROUK (2009) « Migration, transferts de fonds et développement en Tunisie ».
Colloque international » Financement du développement : le fond et perspectives pour une
relance économique dans un monde en mutation. 13-14 March 2009, Sfax, Tunisia.
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Fatma MABROUK (2009) «Migration, transferts de fonds et développement ». Séminaire interne
des doctorants du GREThA. 21 January 2009, University of Montesquieu Bordeaux IV.
Bordeaux, France.
Teaching Activities
The Private University Tunis Carthage, Tunisia (English courses, 2016-2017)
- Principles of Microeconomics, (undergraduate level, 1st year, Finance).
Tunis Business School, Tunisia (English courses, 2015-2016)
-Introduction to Macroeconomics, (undergraduate level, 2nd year, Economics and Management).
-Principles of Microeconomics, (undergraduate level, 1st year, Economics and Management).
University of Jendouba, Tunisia (2014-2015)
-Monetary and Financial Policy, (undergraduate level, 2nd year, Applied License in Business
Law).
-Multilateral and Regional Trading, (undergraduate level, 2nd year, Fundamental License in
Economics).
-International Trade, (undergraduate level, 2nt year, Applied License in Management).
University of Bordeaux, France (2009-2013)
-Production and processing of data, (postgraduate level, 1st year, Applied Economics).
-Certificate in Computer and internet studies, (undergraduate level, 2nd year, Economic and
Social Administration).
-Methodology of academic work, (undergraduate level, 1st year, Economics and Management).
-Microeconomics of firms, (undergraduate level, 1st year, Economic and Social Administration).
-Methodology of economic analysis, (undergraduate level, 1st year, Economics and Management).
-Applied Statistics, (undergraduate level, 3rd year, Management Accounting and Business
Sciences).
-Principles of Microeconomics, (undergraduate level, 1st year, Economics and Management).
-Descriptive statistics, (undergraduate level, 1st year, Economics and Management).
-Introduction to the general economy, (undergraduate level, 1st year, Economics and
Management).
-Introduction to econometrics, (undergraduate level, 3rd year, Economy and Society).
Referee Service and Proofreading
The Sub-Saharan Review of Economics and Finance
African Development Review
Making Finance Work for Africa (MFW4A) Working Paper Series
Languages
Arabic, French, English
Computer Competence
Statistical and Econometric Software: Stata, Eviews, SPAD, Gretl.
Office Automation: Word, Excel, Power point (Office 2010).
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Awards and Scholarships
2009-2010: EIFFEL Excellence Scholarship
2008-2009: Scholarship for International Mobility.
Outside Activities
Aquitaine Africa Initiatives Association (AQAFI).
Volunteer in Festival of Mokhtar Awards.
Alumni EUMEF
Supervisor and member of voting centers France 2- Higher Independent Instance for Election
Driving licence: Category B.
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