The ESLSCA Research Center has been established by ESLSCA University in September 2019. Its vision is to become a leading multidisciplinary research entity in Egypt and in the Middle East and North African (MENA) region.
We believe that research has to be fully integrated into our whole curriculum for two main reasons: first, because this is part of the set of skills needed on the labour markets; second, because it creates a capacity-building within the university.
We believe the research center is an essential consulting service in the following areas: questionnaires and market studies; feasibility studies and business planning; macroeconomic research; marketing and economic sector analyses; training on research skill development.
We believe that the research center’s support in the production of a multidisciplinary research and in the dissemination of this research is crucial for the university.
The Research Center will soon launch a visiting researcher program that aims to hosting visiting scholars appointed into the Research Center for a fixed period to advance a collaborative research activity.
Visiting scholars range from senior faculty to doctoral students, who are at the start of their scholarly careers. They already have a funding source and an affiliation. They are not involved in teaching programmes.
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Moderated by Dr. Hélène Syed Zwick, Executive Director, ESLSCA University Egypt Research Center.
Presented by Dr. Marina Apaydin, Assistant Professor of Strategic Management, American University in Beirut and Director of Middle East and North Africa Regional Case Initiative.
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Morrar, R., Amara, M. and Syed Zwick, H. (2021), “The determinants of self-employment entry of Palestinian youth”, Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies. Volume ahead-of-print.
Tarek Mohsen and Alaa Tarek (2021). “Factors that influence over-the-counter (OTC) medicines’ purchasing decision”, The International Journal of Business and Management, 8(12): 22-28.
Ashraf ElSafty and Mohammad Ragheb (2020), “The Role of Human Resource Management Towards Employees Retention During Covid-19 Pandemic in Medical Supplies Sector -Egypt”, Business and Management Studies, 6(2).
Dina Darwish (2020). “Developing and Implementing Big Data Analytics in Marketing”, International Journal of Data Science and Analysis. 6(6): 183-203. doi: 10.11648/j.ijdsa.20200606
Elsafty, A., Elsayad, H. I. and Shaaban, I. (2020). “Educating engineering students in Egypt: recommendations for improvement”, International Journal of Higher Education, 9(3): 1-14.
Elsafty, A., ElSayad, H. and Shaaban, I. (2020). “Educating Engineering Students in Egypt: A stakeholders’ perspective, using narrative qualitative approach”, Journal of Education and Training Studies, 8(8).
Elsafty, A. and AlNawaly, A. (2020). “Role of co-working spaces’ services in entrepreneurs growth in Upper Egypt: The case of step co-working space”, Business and Management Studies, 6(2): 1-14.
Syed Zwick, H. (2020). “Narrative analysis of Syrians, South Sudanese, and Libyans transiting in Egypt: A Motivation – Opportunity – Ability approach”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 1-22.
SYED ZWICK, H. (2019). “France’s identity crisis: Is migration to blame? A review of three recent French books”, Migration Studies.
SYED ZWICK, H. (2019). Review of Blanchflower, D., “Not working? Where have all the good jobs gone?”, London School of Economics (LSE) Review of books.
SYED ZWICK, H. (2019). Review of Blanchflower, D., “Not working? Where have all the good jobs gone?”, GLO news, October, 10. 2019.
SYED ZWICK, H. (2019). Review of Oubrouk, T. [Appel à la réconciliation : foi musulmane et valeurs de la République française], “Call for reconciliation: Muslim faith and French Republic’s values”, Migration Letters. 16(4): 641-642.
SYED ZWICK, H. (2019). “Disintegration of the European asylum systems: A featuring attempt”, Migration Letters, 16(4): 563-573.
SYED ZWICK, H. and SYED, S. A. S. (2019). “BitCoin and gold prices: a fledging long-term relationship”, Theoretical Economic Letters, 9(7): 2516-2525.
MOKHTAR, A. I. (2016). “An Empirical Examination of the Behavioural CAPM”, Journal of Finance and Investment Analysis, 5(3): 15-57.
If you have any publications under the affiliation of ESLSCA that do not appear in the above list, please send us an email along with your pdf published article. Also if you wish to collaborate or contact the research center regarding anything please email us at: email@example.com