Mahmoud Sami NABI

محمود سامي نابي

Mahmoud Sami NABI is Professor of Economics at the University of Carthage (FSEGN & LEGI). He occupied the position of Head of the Economics Department at Tunisia Polytechnic School (TPS) from January 2014 to June 2016. Previous to that, he joined the Research Division of IRTI (IsDB Group) from June 2011 to November 2013  as Senior Research Economist.  From October 2008 to May 2011 he served as Vice-Director of Sousse Business School (Tunisia). Mr. Nabi holds an Engineering Diploma from TPS, and a PhD in economics from the University of Paris I Sorbonne. He published several papers in refereed international journals under the finance-development theme. He is one of the conceptualizers of the Islamic Finance Country Reports (the joint initiative between IRTI, Thomson Reuters and CIBAFI). In 2010 he was awarded the Thomson-Reuters prize for Excellence in Economics dedicated to encourage young researchers in Tunisia.


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 Press articles





-   La titrisation au secours du budget de l'Etat tunisien ? Quelques propositions !  3rd November  2016 

-   Assouplissement Monétaire Ciblé (Targeted Quantitative Easing) réversible et adossé à des revenus futurs, 7th June 2016

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Politique monétaire en Tunisie: Osons un Targeted Quantitative Easing ! , 10th November 2016

-   Some aspects of Tunisia's contribution to the human civilization, 21st March 2016

-   Building inclusive participatory banking: A possible way to tackle income inequality? 1st March 2016

-   L'exigence d'un leadership institutionnel pour la réussite de la transition économique, 22 février 2016.

-   Pour lutter contre le chômage, puisons dans les potentialités de la structure coopérative et de la microfinance, 23 janvier 2016.

-   Une piste pour débloquer les négociations sociales et une proposition d'un "Tunisian Development Institute",  16 novembre 2015.

-   Ma contribution à la réforme de l'EPT, EPT Mag, Novembre 2015.

-    Rapport "Libérer le potentiel de l'EPT : L'exigence d'une réforme"