MTI University : Dr. Ashraf Helmy (طباعة)
Dr. Ashraf Helmy
آخر تحديث: الثلاثاء 09/05/2017 03:00 م
Personal Data:
Full Name: Ashraf Helmy
E-mail: a.helmy@mgt.mti.edu.eg

Education:
- Ph.D. in Economics, 2011, “Government Role in Increasing the Economic Welfare of the Egyptian Society through Maximizing Utilization of Manufacturing Sector”, Ain Shams University, Faculty of Commerce.
  
- MSc. in Economics, 2007, “The Economic Effects of Treasury Bills on the Public Budget of Egypt”, Ain Shams University, Faculty of Commerce.

- B.Sc. (Commerce, Accounting Department), 1997, Ain Shams University, Faculty of Commerce.


TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
Current Position:
- Head of the Financial Institutions Department, Faculty of Management: Modern University for Technology and Information. 
- Academic Coordinator of University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

Previous Position:
- Feasibility Studies Developer and Instructor, International Development
Center.


Teaching Experience and Published Text Books:
- Feasibility Studies. 
- Principles of Macroeconomics.
- Principles of Money and Banking.
- Principles of Economics.
- Economic Planning and Development.
- Foreign Trade in Egypt and Its Problems.
- Public Finance.
- Financial Markets.


Published Researches:
- A Proposed Framework that Maximizes the Social and Economic Returns of Public Education in Egypt. European Journal of Scientific Research, International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Issue 125. September 2014.

- The Efficiency of Financing Economic Development Process in Egypt. Canadian Center of Science and Education, International Journal of Economic and Finance; Vol. 7, No. 10 October 2015.

- Political Risks and Their Economic Effects: Evidence from Egypt. Canadian Center of Science and Education, International Journal of Economic and Finance; Vol. 8, No. 7 July 2016.

- Government Policies in Egypt and Lop-Sided Economic Growth. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, Issue 88, July 2016.


Participation in Global Value Chains to Reduce Foreign Trade Problems in Egypt:
Applying on Industrial Sector Arab Society of Economic Research, Arab Economic Journal. Within Publication Plan