Abdallah Nassereddine

Abdallah Nassereddine
Faculty: Business AdministrationDepartment: EconomicsPosition: Assistant Dean Office Number: 223/1Phone: 01/300 110Ext: 2309E-mail: a.nassereddine@bau.edu.lb

Biography

Dr. Abdallah Nassereddine received his PhD in economics in 2009 from the University of Kent in the UK and an MBA in 2003 from NEOMA Business School in France and Dublin City University in Ireland. He obtained his BS in Finance from Université Saint-Joseph in Lebanon in 2000.  He is Associate Professor in the Department of Economics and Assistant Dean at the Faculty of Business Administration. He worked as a visiting lecturer in several universities including the American University of Beirut, University of Greenwich, University of Westminster, and Kent Business School from 2004 to 2011. 

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Teaching

Teaching Exprience

Before joining BAU, Dr Abdallah Nassereddine taught Microeconomics, Business Economics, Managerial Economics (MBA), and International Economics at the University of Kent, University of Greenwich, University of Westminster in the UK, and the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. At BAU, he taught Microeconomics, Money and Banking, SecurityAnalysis and Portfolio Management, Fundamentals of Risk Management, Financial Econometrics, Applied Econometrics, Economic Development (BBA,MSc), International Economics (MSc), Industrial Economics (MSc), Econometrics (MSc), Advanced Economic Theory (MSc), Managerial Economics (MBA), Seminar in Topics in Sustainable Development (PhD), and Seminar  in Advanced Microeconomics Theory (PhD).

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Activities

  • Monthly Articles written in Arabic for the economic monthly magazine “Aswak Al Arab” (most recent topics include: The Economy of Algeria After the Decline in Oil Prices; Liberalization of the Moroccan Dirham; UAE-Iran Economic Relationships; Renewable Energy in the Gulf; The Economic Prospects of Egypt in Light of the Arab Spring; etc.)
  • Associate Fellowship at the Centre for Study of Advanced and Emerging Economies, University of London, Birbeck College.