Myriam BEN SAAD

Operations Management-Supply Chain-Information Systems Download CV

Associate professor in the Operations Management and Information Systems Department. Myriam Ben Saad obtained a Phd in Economics in 2017 from the University of Toulon. Then, she was assistant lecturer (temporary teaching and research associate) at Panthéon-Sorbonne University (Paris 1). Since then, she has maintained her status as an associated researcher at Panthéon-Sorbonne University (PRISM laboratory). Before joining KEDGE, she was involved in several European project (H2020 program) and African project (UNECA). His teaching and research interests mainly include: econometric modeling, project management, quantitative methods, regional and environmental economics. She has contributed to several scientific communications.

    Recent publications
    Publication Year of publication Type of publication
    BEN SAAD, M., M. BRAHIM, A. SCHAFFAR, K. GUESMI, R. BEN SAAD, "Economic complexity, diversification and economic development: The strategic factors", Research in International Business and Finance, 2023, vol. 64, pp. 101840 2023 Journal article
    BAROIS, B., M. BEN SAAD, L. HOUANTI, M. KERTOUS, "Pollution de l’air, incidence et surmortalité a l’heure de la COVID-19 : cas des départements français", Vie & Sciences de l'Entreprise, 2023, vol. 216-217, pp. 346-372 2023 Journal article
    BEN SAAD, M., G. ASSOUMOU-ELLA, "Economic complexity and gender inequality in education: An empirical study", Economics Bulletin, 2019, vol. 39, no. 1, pp. 321-334 2019 Journal article
    Teaching domains

    Management of Information Systems

    Economics

    Operations Management/Supply Chain

    Research domains

    Sustainable Development

    Economics

    Entrepreneurship

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