Hassan Bougrine holds a Ph.D. in Economics. His research has covered various subject areas in the field of Economics ranging from regional economics to issues of international development, money and banking, public finance, labour and unemployment, public policy, international trade and finance. He has published several papers in peer-reviewed international journals and edited, co-edited and contributed to chapters of several books. He has also acted as a consultant to several international development agencies such as CIDA and IDRC. As a teacher, he has contributed to the education of several hundreds of students. In addition to his Canadian experience, he has taught as an invited Visiting Professor at several Universities around the world (in Europe, Africa and Latin America).
- Ph.D. (University of Ottawa, 1992)
Money and Banking
Growth and Development
International Finance and Trade
- Hassan Bougrine, 2017, The Creation of Wealth and Poverty: Means and Ways, Routledge: New York
- Hassan Bougrine, Ian Parker, and Mario Seccareccia, 2010, (eds) Microeconomic Analysis: Competing Views, Emond Montgomery Publications, Toronto, Canada
- Hassan Bougrine and Mario Seccareccia, 2010, Macroeconomic Analysis: Competing Views, Emond Montgomery Publications, Toronto, Canada