BEN ZAIED Younes

- Status : Associate professor

- Department : Finance and Decision-Making Processes

- Degrees and specialisation : PhD in economy, "Natural resources economics", PhD in philosophy "Econometrics and Quantitative Economics"

- Fields of research : Finance and CSR, applied econometrics, sustainable development,  macroeconomics, financial markets, corporate finance, innovation, environmental resource management

- Courses taught : Financial Markets, Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance, Méthodes Quantitatives (Excel)

- Selected publications :

  • Revisiting the Pass-Through of Exchange Rate in the Transition Economies: New    Evidence from New EU Member States, with Nidhaledine Ben Cheikh. Journal Of International Money and Finance, 2019, 100, 234-252. (CNRS 2; FNEGE 2)
  • ICT, TFP and CO2 emissions in Tunisia, with Fethi Amri and Bechir Ben Lahouel, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2019, 146, 212-217. (CNRS 2; FNEGE 2)
  • Threshold effect in residential water consumption: New evidence from smooth transition regression model, with Nidhaleddine Ben Cheikh and Pascal Nguyen, Environmental Modeling & Assessment, 2019 (CNRS : 2)
  • Asymmetric Volatility in Cryptocurrency Markets: New evidence from Smooth Transition GARCH Models, with Julien Chevallier & Nidhaleddine Ben Cheikh, Finance Research Letters, 2019, (CNRS 3; FNEGE 3)
  • Accounting for endogeneity and the dynamics of corporate social – corporate financial performance relationship, with Ben Lahouel, Béchir & Gaies, Brahim, Journal of Cleaner Production, 2019, 230(1), 52-64. (FNEGE :3)
  • Nonlinear Causality between employment and waste tonnage in France, with Nidhaleddine Ben Cheikh, Applied Economics Letters, 2019, forthcoming (CNRS 4)
  • Does idiosyncratic risk matter? Evidence from mergers and acquisitions, with Pascal Nguyen and Thu Phuong Pham, Journal Of Risk Finance, 2018.  (CNRS : 4)
  • Nonlinear Exchange Rate Transmission in the Euro Area: A Multivariate Smooth Transition Regression Approach, with Ben Cheikh N & Nguyen P, Economics Bulletin, 2018, 38(3),1590-1602.  (CNRS : 3)
  • Younes Ben Zaied, Nidhaleddine Ben Cheikh, Pascal Nguyen and Mohamed Badrane Mahjoub (2018). Waste management policy and employment: the case of France. Environmental Economics,  9(1), 38-46, 2018.  (CNRS 4)
  • Nonlinear Exchange Rate Pass-Through: Does Business Cycle Matter?, with Pascal Nguyen et N. Ben Cheikh, Journal of Economic Integration, 2018, 33(2), 1234-1260.   (CNRS 3)
  • Determinants of the adoption of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT): An empirical analysis based on firm-level data in Tunisian, avec M. Kossaï et M. L. Lapa de Souza, Journal of the Knowledge Economy, 2018. (CNRS 4)
  • Long-run analysis of Environmental Kuznets Curve in the Middle East and North Africa, avec Pascal Nguyen, Environmental Economics, 2017, 8(4). (CNRS: 4)
  •  Modeling nonlinear water demand: The case of Tunisia, avec Nidhaledine Ben Cheikh & Pascal Nguyen, Economics Bulletin, 2017, 37, 2, 637-644. (CNRS : 3)
  • The nonlinear water pricing policy: Equity and efficiency, avec Pascal Nguyen, Environmental Economics, 2017, 8(2).  (CNRS :4)  
  • Modelling seasonality in residential water demand: the case of Tunisia, with Marie Estelle Binet, Applied Economics, 2015, 47(19),1966-1983. (ABS 2, CNRS: 2)
  •  Long-run versus short-run analysis of climate change impacts on agricultural crops, with Nidhaleddine Ben Cheikh, Environmental Modeling & Assessment, 2015, 20(3), 259-27.  (CNRS : 2)
  •  Climate change impact on Tunisian olive oil output, Climatic Change, 2016, 139(3), 535-549. (ABS 3, CNRS : 3)
  •  Modelling regional water demand in Tunisia using panel cointegration second generation tests, Journal of Quantitative Economics, 2015, 13(2), pp 237-251. (CNRS: 3)
  •  Waste management policy and employment: The case of France, Environmental Economics, 2018, 9(1), 38-46. (CNRS 4)
  •  A Long run analysis of residential water consumption, Economics Bulletin, 2013, vol 33 No.1 pp.536-544(CNRS: 3)
  • Reassessing the relationship between sovereign and corporate ratings: new evidence from nonlinear panel data techniques, Annals Of Operations Research, (CNRS 2 ; FNEGE 2)

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