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Dr. Nagy Habib
Dr. Nagy Habib
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Indiana University

0116 Kiah Hall
Phone: 410-651-7591

» Curriculum Vitae

A nagtive of Egypt, Dr. Nagy Habib is currently an associate professor in the Department of Business, Management and Accounting. Dr. Habib has a Ph.D. in Financial Economics from Indiana University, Bloomington.

Courses Taught

       » Introductory Financial Accounting
       » Calculus with Business and Management Applications
       » Introductory Corporate& Managerial Accounting
       » Business Statistics

Research Interests

       » Financial Markets
       » Financial Institutions
       » International Trade      


“A Model for Estimating the Value Added of the Life Insurance Market in Eqypt: An Empirical Study”. International Journal of Business and Social Science.Vol.5 No. 3; March 2014.

“Trade Volume and Returns in Emerging Stock Markets, An empirical Study: The Egyptian Market”. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science.Vol.1 No. 19; December 2011.

“The Role of Developing Countries Governments in HRD Programs: The Egyptian Experience”. International Journal of Business and. Social Science. Vol. 3 No. 3; February 2012.

“The role of Emerging Financial Markets in Attracting in Foreign Investments, the Experience of Some Developing Countries. The Egyptian Journal for Commercial Studies. January 2009.

“ Forecasting Foreign Exchange Rates: An Empirical Study Using the Back Propagation Network to Predict the Japanese Yen Exchange Rates Versus US Dollar” The Egyptian Journal for commercial Studies, February 2009. . (Co Author Mr.Yasir Yousif and others).

“ Emerging Financial Markets And Rental Cost Of Capital In The Context Of Privatization In Developing Countries”. The Egyptian Journal For Commercial Studies, Volume 28, No.1 2004. (Co-author Dr. Sameh Essayed-Ahmed).

“ Public Investment And Productivity Growth: An empirical Study For The Egyptian Economy” The Egyptian Journal For Commercial Studies Volume 28 No. 2 2004. (Co Author Dr. Sameh Essayed-Ahmed).

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