About me

Welcome to my personal page, my name is Jamel Saadaoui. I am a teacher and researcher in social sciences interested in various topics related to international economics. On this page, I present my current and future research projects and I try to provide some information for the public and for my students. I am currently focused on the future of the European Union and more generally on the future of the international monetary system.

I am currently a Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Strasbourg, and I am affiliated to the BETA-CNRS for my research activities. I teach Economics and Statistics at the Faculty of Economics and Management, FSEG, of the University of Strasbourg. Besides, I co-organize the Cournot Seminar, the main seminar of the BETA-Strasbourg. You can reach me at my professional address. You can find more information in my résumé.

Research areas

Applied Macroeconomics, Applied Econometrics, European Economics, International Economics.

Scientific social networks profiles

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My latest publications

Jacques Mazier, Jamel Saadaoui. Exchange rate misalignments and global imbalances. In Global Imbalances and Financial Capitalism, London: Routledge, pp. 38-70, 2020, 10.4324/9780429437786-4.

Jacques Mazier, Vincent Duwicquet, Jamel Saadaoui. From the European Monetary System to the single currency trap. In Global Imbalances and Financial Capitalism, London: Routledge, pp. 109-146, 2020, 10.4324/9780429437786-7.

Jacques Mazier, Jamel Saadaoui, Sebastian Valdecantos. Exploring monetary cooperation in East Asia. In Global Imbalances and Financial Capitalism, London: Routledge, pp. 239-270, 2020, 10.4324/9780429437786-11.