Mina Ayad is an assistant professor of economics specializing in statistics, theoretical econometrics, and applied econometrics. His researches have many contributions in the field of his specialization as well as in globalization, financial markets, and firm behavior. Ayad worked as an economist and researcher at Business France (Ministry of Economics) in Paris, France. Besides, he taught many courses in statistics and econometrics at Tours University in France for undergraduate and graduate programs. Currently, he is a research associate at Aix-Marseille University in the TMENA-2 project and research affiliate at Economic Research Forum, as well as a consultant at Commerical International Bank (CIB). Ayad's undergraduate studies were obtained from Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne University. He also received his PhD with co-supervision between Tours and Orleans Universities.
- Sami, M. & and Eldomiaty, T. (2019). Modeling dynamic location expansion of multinational firms in France, Empirical Economics, 59, pp. 3033–3061
- Sami, M., Eldomiaty T., Kamal, M. (2020). How do fund rates affect U.S. firms? A threshold estimation, Central Bank Review, 20, pp. 75-84
- Sami, M. (2021). French Firms and COVID-19: Do the Debt Status, Crisis Management System, and Monetary Policy Play A Role? Journal of Economics and Statistics (Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik), 241, pp. 349-372
- Determinants of foreign market extension mode choice of MNEs in France, With I. Bournakis
- Bilateral Investment Treaties and Stock Market Comovements in MENA, With W. Abdallah
- Cryptocurrency Market and Firms' market value: Evidence from Egypt, With W. Abdallah