Prof. Salaheddin Abosedra

Professor, College of Business Administration

Area of Research interest

Macroeconomics policies in oil-based economies and Energy Economics

Projects & Grants



Journal Article

Abosedra, S., Coauthor,  (Nov.2020) Does Financial Development Moderates the Effects of Growth Volatility? The Experience of Malaysia. Forthcoming in Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research, (SAGE) [Scopus].

Abosedra, S., Coauthor, (2020) Dynamic Interaction of Tourism, Finance, and Institutions in Explaining Growth in Asia's Little Dragon Economies. International Journal of Tourism Research.

Abosedra S., First author, (2020) Exploring GDP growth volatility spillovers across countries , Economic Modelling, Volume 89, July 2020, Pages 577-589.

Abosedra, S., Coauthor, (2019) Logistics performance, exports, and growth: Evidence from Asian economies, Forthcoming in Research in Transportation Economics, [SSCI Impact Factor in 2018: 1.798, Q2]

Abosedra, S.,(2019) First author, Are exports a reliable source of economic growth in MENA countries? New evidence from the rolling Granger causality method. Empirical Economics, March 2019, Volume 56, Issue 3, pp 831–841.

Article: (2019), Ethnic Divisions and Wars: The Case of the 2011 Syrian Conflict

  Abosedra,S., Coauthor,  (2018) The Role of Globalization in Energy Consumption: A Quantile Cointegrating Regression Approach. Energy Economics, Volume 71, March 2018, Pages 161-170.

Abosedra, S., First author,(2018).Finance-Growth Volatility Nexus: Evidence from LebanonAsian Economic and Financial Review, Vol. 8(4), pages 466-477.

Abosedra, S., First author , (2017). Assessing the Role of Remittances and Financial Deepening in Growth: The Experience of Lebanon. Global Economy Journal. doi:

Abosedra, S., Coauthor, (2016) Does Tourism Expansion Effectively Spur Economic Growth in Morocco and Tunisia? Evidence from Time Series and Panel Data, Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 8(2), pp. 127-145.

 Abosedra, S., Coauthor, (2016) Tourism and Growth in Lebanon: New Evidence from Bootstrap Simulation and Rolling Causality Approaches. Empirical Economics, 50(2), pp. 679-696