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Nom & Prénom : Adel Boughrara
Email : adel.boughrara@ihecso.rnu.tn
Adresse :
Laboratoire LaREMFiQ-IHEC 
Route Ceinture Sahloul 3 - BP 40 
4054 Sousse  - Tunisie
Tél: +(216) 73 368 351 /73 368 358
Email: adel.boughrara@fdseps.rnu.tn
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Scolarité & Diplômes

Central Banking; Panel data econometrics; Operating Research; Statistics




Central Banking.



Panel Data Econometrics / l'Econométrie des données de Panel





Statistics and Probability



Operating Research / Recherche opérationnelle






Does Inflation Targeting Matter For Foreign Portfolio Investment: Evidence From Propensity Score Matching (with I.Dridi), 2017, Journal of Economic Development,  In Press




Financial integration in emerging market economies: Effects on volatility transmission and contagion (with A. Ben Rejeb), Borsa Istanbul Review, 2015, Volume 15, Issue 3, pp.161–179 -Elsevier (co-authored). 



Financial liberalization and emerging stock markets efficiency: An empirical analysis of structural changes (with A. Ben Rejeb), Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies, 2014, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp. 230-245- Routledge Taylor & Francis Group (co-authored).


The relationship between financial liberalization and stock market volatility: the mediating role of financial crises (with A. Ben Rejeb), Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 2013, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 46-70. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group (co-authored).



Financial liberalization and Stock markets efficiency: New evidence from emerging economies (with A. Ben Rejeb), Emerging Market Review, Volume 17, December 2013, pp. 186–208. Elsevier (co-authored).



Monetary transmission mechanisms: the credit versus the interest rate channel» in David Cobham & Mongi Boughzala editors, Inflation Targeting in MENA Countries: An Unfinished Journey, chapter 6 (Palgrave-MacMillan, UK). 



The Journey towards Inflation Targeting in Morocco» in David Cobham & Mongi Boughzala editors, Inflation Targeting in MENA Countries: An Unfinished Journey, chapter 11, Palgrave-MacMillan, UK



Inflation Targeting and Financial Fragility in Tunisia» in David Cobham & Ghassen Dibeh editors, Monetary Policy and Central Banking in the Middle East and North Africa, chapter 6 (Routledge, Francis & Taylor Group, UK).



Corruption, Monetary Policy and Inflation in the MENA Region», in Serdar Sayan editor, Economic Performance in the Middle East and North Africa, chapter 10 (Routledge, Francis & Taylor Group, UK).



Is there a bank lending channel of monetary policy in selected MENA countries? A comparative analysis (with S. Ghazouani), Middle East Development Journal, vol.2, Iss.2, December 2010,. 



Can Tunisia Move to Inflation Targeting?, Developing Economies, Volume. XLV, Issue 1, March 2007, pp.27-62




Are the Preconditions for the Monetary Targeting Strategy Gathered? Evidence From Tunisia», 2001, Volume V, Number 2, June pp.89-105




The Money Demand in Tunisia During and After the Reform Period», Savings and Development, 1996, Vol. XXV, pp.117-137.


Modélisation prospective et retrospectives: comparaison et applications  (with I. Ado)), Economie Appliquée, 1996, Volume XLIX, pp.61-91 (co-authored).


Identification et des paramètres d’une équation d’Euler en présence de variables intégrées et co-intégrées, Journal de la sociétté de Statistique de Paris, Vol. 130, numéro 3, p.37-57



Selected Working Papers

Dubai Financial Sector: Development and Performance (1993 – 2009)
May 9, 2010, EPRC Working Paper 02-10, May 9, 2010, Dubai Government.




On The Effectiveness of the Bank lending Channel, EPRC Working Paper 01-10, January 1, 2010. Dubai Government.



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