Osama Hamed, Ph.D.
Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey
#331 Armitage Hall
311 North 5th Street
Camden, NJ 08102, USA
PhD in Economics, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
MA in History, American University of Beirut
BA in Philosophy and History, American University of Beirut
- 50-220-102: Principles of Microeconomics
- 50-220-103: Principles of Macroeconomics
- 50-220-204: Intermediate Macroeconomics
- 50-220-210: History of Economic Thought
- 50-220-301: Money and Banking
- 50-220-329: Economics of International Finance
- 50-220-331: International Economics
- 50-220-363: Economics of Investment
Areas of Research Interest
Foreign Exchange Regimes
Financial Sector Development
Open Economy Macroeconomics
“Shocks and Stabilization”, in Development under Adversity, Ishac Diwan and Radwan Shaban, eds., The World Bank, 1999.
“Financial Intermediation”, in Development under Adversity, Ishac Diwan and Radwan Shaban, eds., The World Bank, 1999.
“Private Investment”, in Development under Adversity, Ishac Diwan and Radwan Shaban, eds., The World Bank, 1999.
“Foreign Labor, Currency Substitution and Economic Stability in Gulf Countries”, Arab Economic Journal, Fall, 1997.
“One-Sided Customs and Monetary Union: the Case of the West Bank and Gaza Strip under Israeli Occupation”(with Radwan Shaban), in The Economics of Middle East Peace, Stanley Fischer, Dani Rodrik & Elias Tuma, eds., MIT Press, 1993.
“Economic Policy Making in a One Commodity Producer: Adjustment to Oil Price Fluctuations in Kuwait,” JIME Review, the Japanese Institute for Middle Eastern Economies, Winter, 1990.