Maye Ehab Samy (M.A.)
Maye Ehab Samy (M.A.)
Chair of Sociology, especially Methods of Empirical Social Research
University of Bamberg
office hours: please make an appointment via email
Conferences and workshops
[July, 2019] Presentation on "Employment Transitions of Youth and Health Implications in Egypt", Workshop on Non-Monetary Dimensions of Inequality & Poverty among the Youth in the ERF Region, Economic Research Forum, Cairo, Egypt.
[Summer , 2018 and 2019 ] Presentation on "Women's Transitions to the Labor Market: An Application on Egypt", Workshop on Economic Vulnerability in the Arab World, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, MN, United States of America.
[ February, 2017 ] Talk on "Bottlenecks of Trade in Africa",T20 Africa Conference - Africa and the G20: Building alliances for sustainable development. German Development Institute (DIE), IFW Kiel Institute and South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), Johannesburg, South Africa.
[December, 2016] Presentation on "Determinants of Job Satisfaction in the Egyptian Labor Market", A New Social Contract for MENA Countries: Experiences from Development and Social Policies, German Development Institute (DIE), Bonn, Germany.
Winter term 2019/2020: Advanced Regression Analysis using Stata
Working Papers and Publications
Ezzat, A. and M. Ehab Samy, (2019). The determinants of job satisfaction in the Egyptian labor market, Review of Economics and Political Science: Vol. 4 No. 1, pp. 54-72, https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/REPS-10-2018-012/full/html.
Ehab Samy, M., (2018). The Commuting Gender Gap and Females’ Participation and Earnings in the Egyptian Labor Market, No 1211, Working Papers, Economic Research Forum, https://EconPapers.repec.org/RePEc:erg:wpaper:1211.
Fayed, M. and Ehab Samy, M., (2017). Construction Supply Chain, Inter-Sectoral Linkages and Contribution to Economic Growth: The Case of Egypt. Review of Economics and Political Science, 415(5301), pp.1-48.
Ehab Samy, M., (2012). Labor market flexibility in Egypt: With application to the textiles and apparel industry, No 170, Working papers, Egyptian Center for Economic Studies.