My Curriculum Vitae
2015 - PhD in Economics, University of Warwick, UK. Dissertation Title: Essays in Experimental Economics: Studying the Political Economy of the Egyptian Transition.
2006 - MSc. in Economics, University of Warwick, UK. Dissertation title: The Floatation of the Egyptian Pound in 2003: A Perspective from the Impossible Trinity.
2003 - BSc. in Economics, Faculty of Economics & Political Science, Cairo University. Grade: Excellent with Honors, First on Economics Department.
My research interests include game theory and applications to political economy, public economics and finance. I make use of a mixture of economic theory and experimental methods in my research.
Hassan, Mazen, Sarah Mansour and Rebecca Morton (2015) Political Polarisation and Support for Reform: Experimental Evidence from Egypt. Paper presented at the Centre for the Study of African Economies 2015 conference, Oxford University, UK, March 2015.
Mansour, Sarah, Vjollca Sadiraj and Sally Wallace (2015) The Future of Public Finances in Egypt. Paper accepted as a chapter in Handbook of Research on Comparative Economic Perspectives on Europe and the MENA Region, IGI Global.