Doaa M. Mahmoud
PhD Graduate: poverty, inequality, labour markets and the economics of education
Doaa M. Saddek is a recent graduate of the PhD in Public Policy at SPPA. Her thesis focused on private education spending and the effect of youth insertion in Egypt labour market. Before she joined SPPA, Ms. Saddek had accumulated 10 years of work experience in the field of international development, in different development organizations such as IDRC, CARE International, the Population Council as well as the Government of Egypt.
Doaa finished an MPhil degree in development studies from The University of Cambridge, UK and an MA in economics from the American University in Cairo, Egypt. Her research interests include studying poverty, inequality, labour markets and the economics of education in less developed countries.
The Missed Justice at the Household, Market and the State Level: Have Development Organisations Succeeded in Improving Women’s Conditions in Developing Countries?”, a paper presented at Oxford University, Development Studies Annual conference (2007).
“Barriers to Workforce Entry in Urban Egypt: A Qualitative Analysis of Demand and Supply Side Factors”, The Population Council (2006).