Assistant Professor

Dr. Hayet bent Neji Ben Hamida, PhD

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Liwa College, Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Otaiba Street (Al Najda Street previously), Al Danah, Baniyas Tower B, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Professional Summary

Dr. Hayet bent Neji Ben Hamida, PhD

Assistant professor with 15 years of experience teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in quantitative business analysis. Participates in continued learning through conferences and professional research. Enthusiastic Assistant Professor Known for providing great support to both professors and students with approachable demeanor and excellent attention to detail. Dedicated to classroom and long-term student success.

Short Bio

Dr. Hayet Ben Hamida is an Assistant Professor of quantitative methods in Liwa college she was a member of the Industrial Management Department for 2 years and she will join the management department starting from the fall term. She holds a Ph.D. (2017) with honors in Quantitative Analysis in Finance and Economics, from the High Institute of Management, Tunisia and university of Nanterre, France. She studied High’s commercials Studies at the Institute of Highs Commercials Studies in Carthage (B.Sc. 2002) and earned two masters’ in international business Entrepreneurship and in media sciences and Technologies from the University of Pavia, Italy (2005).

Before Joining LC, she was an assistant professor in different institutions (at the Graduate and Undergraduate schools) such as University of CARIDATA , Milano and the TBS( Tunisian Business School), Tunisia.

She has worked for many years in the education interdisciplinary as an instructor, researcher, and master’s supervisor. His work is published in internationally recognized business journals.

Dr. Hayet’s research interests lie in the inter-disciplinary area of Econometrics, Applied Statistics, Probability and Statistics for Business Decisions, and Quantitative Analysis in Finance and Economics.

Core Qualifications

  • National Accreditation
  • International Accreditation
  • Training & Development
  • Quantitative & Qualitative Analysis
  • Lesson planning
  • Online learning tools
  • Research tools
  • Lesson Planning
  • Evaluations and Assessments
  • Organizing Courses
  • Continuous Integration


  • HIGH INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, TUNISIA and Nanterre University, France, 2017
    PhD Thesis in Quantitative Methods and analysis.
  • Mediterranean School for advanced studies: University of Pavia,
    Master’s degree in media sciences and Technologies, 2003- 2005.
  • ISG High Institute of management, 2002-2004,
    Master’s degree in international business.
  • IHEC (Institute of highs commercials studies in Carthage) Tunisia,
    Bachelor in Highs commercials Studies HEC, 2002


  • Hayet Ben Hamida (2023) "Spillovers between Sovereign Risk and Banking Industry" , published in the conference proceeding of the International Conference on Advancement in Science, Management, and Technology (ICSMTSH) at Sant Gahira Guru University, Sarguja India, 2023.
  • Hayet Ben Hamida (2023) "The Political and the institutional factor as a determinant of the sovereign risk", published in the conference proceeding of the ICBMFE 2023 Organizing Committee of the International Conference on Business, Management, Finance and Economics (ICBMFE 2023) at Langkawi, Malaysia 2023.
  • Hayet Ben Hamida (2021) Professional Experience in Research Projects -“Responses of GCC stock markets to oil price shocks: evidence from Markov Switching vector error correction models“, The Journal of Developing Areas.
  • Hayet Ben Hamida, (2021) Asymmetric Responses of Economic Growth to the Fluctuations in Oil Prices in the GCC Region“, Energy Economics, N° 36, October 2021
  • Hayet Ben Hamida, (2020) “ Les accords de Bâle face à la vulnérabilité Des économies émergentes : Difficultés d’applicabilité Et implications micro-économiques : Cas de La Tunisie », 23th Conference, Aim (Association Information et Management), La Rochelle France, May 2020.
  • Hayet Ben Hamida, (2019) “Political instability and the sovereign risk: case of MENA countries post revolution” ,Journal of Policy Modelling, N° 27, October 2019.
  • Hayet Ben Hamida, (2019) “The spillovers effect of sovereign risk on the BANK risk in the period of political instability: the case of Tunisia, Anadolu International Conference in Econometrics (EconAnadolu 2019), 17-19 June 2019, Eskisehir, Turkey.
  • Hayet Ben Hamida, (2015) “The impact of low oil prices on the Arab economies: OPEC countries”, working paper, AMF, 2015.

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