Here, you can access and read some of the most notable theses submitted by our graduates, providing you with a glimpse into the innovative research and analytical skills that our program nurtures. We are proud to highlight the exceptional work produced by our students, and we invite you to explore these publications to see the quality of the work that our program inspires.
- Mahmoud Mohamed Hany – Unforeseen Contingencies in Government Contracts: A Closer Look at the Egyptian Administrative Law at the midst of a Currency Crisis
- Donia Nashaat Hamouda – Examining the Influence of the Refugee Status Determination Decisive Authority on the Refugee Recognition Rate: An Application to both Signatory and Non-Signatory Parties to the 1951 Geneva Refugee Convention.
- Mohamed Aly El-Baroudy – The Effect of the Introduction of Ex-ante Merger Control Regime on Investment Activity: The Case of the Arab Republic of Egypt
- Ahmed M. Ayoub – Make the right real: Edutainment for Expanding the Capabilities of People with Invisible Disabilities
- Ahmed Essam – Judicial Reform and Efficiency: Which Reform Element Yields Higher Judicial Efficiency?
- Emad-Aldin Ahmed Abdelrahman – On The Nexus Between Compulsory Military Service Law And Labor Market Performance
- Sara Seoudy – Institutional Barriers to Women Empowerment in the Muslim World: Where Should Policymakers Focus Their Efforts?
- Hadir Seoudy – Refugees’ economic impact in light of national legislations of host countries: A Panel study on 36 countries
- Galila Nasser – Examining the Relationship between Economic Activity and Judicial Independence