Humphrey School Carnegie Fellows gather for Naples research workshop

In January 2017 a group of scholars, including HHH alum Dr. Caroline Krafft and former Humphrey School Carnegie Centennial Scholars joined a research workshop organized by Professor Ragui Assaad of the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota as part of the Andrew Carnegie Centennial Fellowship in Support of Visiting Scholars in the Social Sciences from Arab Universities. This program was funded by Andrew Carnegie Centennial Fellowship, a program of the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

The workshop focused on the use of household surveys to assess human development outcomes in the Middle East and North Africa and took place January 12-14, 2017 in Naples, Italy.

Participants included (*indicates a former Humphrey School Carnegie Centennial Scholar):

Caroline Krafft, Assistant Professor, Saint Catherine University


*Ali Souag, University of Mascara, Research Center in Applied Economics for Development

*Moundir Lassassi, Research Center in Applied Economics for Development, Algeria

*Shaimaa Mohsen Mohammed Abdel Moneim Yassin, post-Doctoral researcher, University of Neuchatel, Switzerland

*Sami Zouari, Institut Supérieur de Gestion Industrielle, Tunisia

Prof. Jackline Wahba,Professor of Economics,University of Southampton

*Irene Nabil Wahib Selwaness, Faculty of Economics and Political Science Cairo University

Ragui Assaad, Professor, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota



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