Dina Abdel Fattah has graduated from The American University in Cairo (AUC) in 2008 and started her MSc in the University of Sussex and currently finishing her PhD at the same university. Her doctoral research is on the economics of young women in Egypt. Abdel Fattah has started teaching as a part-time at AUC in 2010. Additionally, she is a migration consultant at the Egyptian Society for Migration Studies. Her current research interests are in labor economics and migration studies.
Third regional report on “International Arab Migration 2014”. Chapter 5: Migration and Development. Migration and Arab Expatriates Department. The League of Arab States. 2014.
Impact of Arab Revolts on Migration: Egypt and Libya. CARIM analytic and synthetic notes. 2011.
- Introduction to microeconomics (Econ2021)
- Development economics (Econ3051)
- Statistics for economists (Econ2081)
- Mathematics for Economists (Econ2061)
- Labor economics (Econ3071)