Brahim Guizani

Brahim Guizani

Assistant Professor of Economics

Economics and Business Analytics Department

Brahim Guizani is assistant professor at Tunis Business School, a public English-educating school of business affiliated to the University of Tunis, Tunisia, and an associate researcher at Modeling and Statistical and Economic Analysis Laboratory (Laboratoire Modelisation et Analyse Statistique et Economique) of the University of Carthage, Tunisia. Brahim’s research focuses on Banking, Monetary Policy, and the Economics of the MENA region. He is the author of many research publications covering these areas. He has co-authored with Agata Wierzbowska Monetary Policy in Times of Uncertainties: evidence from Tunisia, Egypt, and Morocco, published in 2022 in Middle East Development Journal. He is currently working on the relationship between monetary policy and financial stability and shadow economy in the MENA region.

Brahim spent one year as a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL, USA. He was also a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Messina in Italy, as an Erasmus Mundus fellow. Brahim holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Tohoku in Japan, where he spent three years as a government of Japan-sponsored-student, researching on unconventional monetary policies and banks risk in Japan. Brahim has an experience of more than ten years as a university professor of Economics. Prior to his academic career, Brahim worked for three years at the central bank of Tunisia.

  • Monetary Policy
  • Banking and MENA Economics
  • PhD in Economics

    University of Tohoku in Japan