Gulf Labour Markets and Migration

An international independent, non-partisan, non-profit joint programme of a major Gulf think tank and a globally renowned academic migration centre
The programme provides data, analyses, and recommendations contributing to the improvement of understanding and management of
Gulf labour markets and migration, engaging with and respecting the viewpoints of all stakeholders

Dalal Moosa

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Intern

Dalal Moosais a student at Université Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne / Paris School of Economics, currently finishing her Master’s degree with a focus on population and labor economics. She will begin her PhD work in September, 2014, as part of the European Doctorate in Economics Erasmus Mundus program (EDEEM). She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from New York University, USA, in 2009 with a double-major in Finance and Journalism. She worked for the following three years in Bahrain, at the Economic Development Board, where she researched issues relating to fiscal policy, employment, innovation and the development of the National Economic Strategy of Bahrain, authoring pieces published in the Bahrain Economic Quarterly and the Annual Report 2010. Her current research interests are in generational, labor and family economics.