Dr Rania Naguib
Profiles

Dr Rania Naguib

Lecturer in Economics

Plymouth Business School (Faculty of Business)

Role

Lecturer in Economics

Programme Manager of BA (Hons) Business Studies
Programme Manager of BA (Hons) Business

Qualifications

PhD (Economics) - University of the West of England, Bristol - UK
MA in Economics - Middlesex University, London - UK
BA in Foreign Trade - Helwan University, Cairo - Egypt

Teaching interests

- Microeconomics
- Macroeconomics
- Quantitative Methods/ Econometrics
- International Trade
- Applied Economics

Research interests

- Economic Growth/ Development
- International Economics/ Trade
- Foreign Direct Investment
- Privatisation.

Refereed Journals:

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Conference Papers:

  • Naguib, R. and Xu, F. (2016) "Economic Growth, Foreign Direct Investment and Privatisation: The cases of China and Egypt", Business and Economics Society International. Ljubljana (Slovenia) 06 - 09 July.

  • Naguib, R. (2009) "Institutional and Regulatory Frameworks of Privatisation and FDI: A comparative study between Egypt and Argentina",  Associazione Italiana per lo Studio dei Sistemi Economici Comparati (AISSEC) XVIIth scientific conference on Growth and Development Patterns: The role of institutions in a comparative perspective. University of Perugia, Perugia (Italy) 25-27 June.

 

  • Naguib, R. (2009) "The Effects of Privatisation and FDI on Economic Growth in Argentina", European Economics and Finance Society (EFFS) 8th Annual Conference on Current Challenges in the Global Economy: Prospects and Policy Reform. University of Warsaw, Warsaw (Poland) 4 - 7 June.

 

  • Naguib, R. (2009) " Effects of Privatisation and FDI on Economic Growth in Egypt", Augustin Cournot Doctoral Days. University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg (France) 1-3 April.

Working Paper Series:

  • Naguib, R. (2009) "Institutional and Regulatory Frameworks of Privatisation and FDI: A comparative study between Egypt and Argentina", Bath Economics Research Papers, no. 20/09, University of Bath. [http://www.bath.ac.uk/economics/research/working-papers/2009.pdf ]

Book Note: 

  • Naguib, R (2002) "Privatisation in Developing Countries", P. Cook & C. Kirkpatrick (eds.). Economic Journal [Online], Oct. 2002.

Book Reviews:

  • Naguib, R. (2007), “Multinational Firms’ Location and the New Economic Geography”, Mucchielli, J.L. and Mayer, T. (eds.) (2004), Economic Issues, Vol. 12, Part 1, pp. 116-118.
  • Naguib, R. (2005), “Foreign Investment in Developing Countries”, H.S. Kehal (ed.) (2004), Economic Issues, Vol. 10, Part 2, pp. 115-116.
E-learning Publications/ Case Studies: 

Sessions Report: Using ResponseWare in an Economics Unit

http://web.archive.org/web/20111207133422/http:/blogs.bath.ac.uk/ars/2010/01/04/session-report-using-responseware-in-an-economics-unit/