Ms. Dina Rabie
Assisstant Lecturer
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Ms.Dina Rabie is an Assistant Lecturer of Economics and the Director and co-founder of the Experimental and Behavioural Economics Laboratory (EBEL) at the BUE. Her area of expertise lies in understanding and explaining the individual decision-making process. Ms. Rabie is experienced in teaching microeconomics, behavioural economics, and financial economics. Her research employs experimental methods to explain behavioural outcomes.

Ms. Rabie is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Hamburg, Germany, where she also coordinates the cooperation agreement between the University of Hamburg and the BUE. She is a holder of an M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Economics from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, and an MBA (focus in Finance) from the Arab Academy Graduate School of Business.

Education
  • Ph.D. Candidate, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Hamburg, Germany
  • .M.Sc. in Economics, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, Egypt.
  • MBA (major in Finance), Arab Academy Graduate School of Business, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, Egypt
  • .B.Sc. in Economics (major) and socio-computational sciences (minor), Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, Egypt.
Research Interests

Rabie’s research interests lie at the intersection of experimental, behavioral and
institutional economics. Her Ph.D. dissertation examines various questions related to
Rotating Savings and Credit Associations (RoSCAs); an informal institution where
participants periodically make pre-determined financial contributions to a common pot
that is received by one participant at the end of every period on a rotating basis.
Employing experiments to identify patterns in individuals’ behavior, Rabie examines why
an inefficient informal financial institution such as a RoSCA persists, and still attracts a
large share of people’s savings, despite the existence of formal financial institutions

Journal Articles
  • Rabie, D. (2012), “Assessing the Industrial Vocational Education Outcomes in Light of the Demands of the Manufacturing Sector in Egypt (Current Trends and Future Prospects)”. November.
Responsibilities
Co-lecturing Behavioural Economics. Co-lecturing Study Skills & IT Applications in Economics. Enterprise and Community Services Officer. Coordinator for the Economics-department/ Hamburg University partnership. Team member of the Visibility and Social-Cohesion Committee.
Position
Assistant Lecturer
Modules
Behavioral Economics./ Study Skills & IT Applications in Economics/ Financial Economics/ Intermediate Microeconomics / Law and Economics / Business Finance
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