1. Valérie Mignon, Jamel Saadaoui, How Political Tensions and Geopolitical Risks Impact Oil Prices? Accepted in Energy Economics.
  1. Yifei Cai, Jamel Saadaoui, Yanrui Wu, Political Relations and Trade: New Evidence from Australia, China and the United States, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 2023. Open Access thanks to a grant from The University of Western Australia:
  1. Rashad Ahmed, Joshua Aizenman, Jamel Saadaoui, Gazi Salah Uddin. On the Effectiveness of Foreign Exchange Reserves during the 2021-22 U.S. Monetary Tightening Cycle, Economics Letters, 233, 111367, 2023.
  1. Amélie Barbier-Gauchard, Samuel Ligonnière, Jamel Saadaoui, The European economy in the time of Covid-19: Towards a new dawn? International Economics 174, 2023, pp. 1-3,
  1. Jamel Saadaoui, Chi Keung Marco Lau, Yifei Cai. Testing fiscal sustainability in OECD countries: new evidence from the past centuries. Applied Economics Letters, 2022.
  1. Yifei Cai, Valérie Mignon, Jamel Saadaoui. Not All Political Relation Shocks are Alike: Assessing the Impacts of US-China Tensions on the Oil Market. Energy Economics 114, 106199, 2022. Code for replication:
  1. Sy-Hoa Ho, Jamel Saadaoui. Bank credit and economic growth: a dynamic threshold panel model for ASEAN countries. International Economics, 170, pp. 115-128, 2022.
  1. Yifei Cai, Jamel Saadaoui. Fourier DF Unit Root Test for R&D Intensity of G7 Countries. Applied Economics, 54:42, pp. 4900-4914, 2022.
  1. Sy-Hoa Ho, Jamel Saadaoui. Symmetric and asymmetric effects of exchange rates on money demand: empirical evidence from Vietnam. Applied Economics 53:34, pp. 3948-3961, 2021. Code for replication:
  1. Amélie Barbier-Gauchard, Meixing Dai, Claire Mainguy, Jamel Saadaoui, Moïse Sidiropoulos, Isabelle Terraz & Jamel Trabelsi. Towards a more resilient European Union after the COVID-19 crisis. Eurasian Economic Review 11, pp. 321-348, 2021.
  1. Vincent Duwicquet, Jacques Mazier, Jamel Saadaoui. Dealing with the consequences of exchange rate misalignments for macroeconomic adjustments in the EMU. Metroeconomica 69(4), pp. 737-767, 2018. DOI:
  1. Jamel Saadaoui. Internal devaluations and equilibrium exchange rates: New evidences and perspectives for the EMU. Applied Economics 50(59), pp. 6364-6381, 2018. Code for replication:
  1. Jamel Saadaoui. Does financial openness explain the increase in global imbalances before the crisis of 2008? International Economics 143, pp. 23-35, 2015.
  1. Jamel Saadaoui. Global imbalances: Should we use fundamental equilibrium exchange rates? Economic Modelling 47, pp. 383-398, 2015. Code for replication:
  1. Jamel Saadaoui, Jacques Mazier. On the determinants of exchange rate misalignments. Applied Economics Letters 20(18), pp. 1608-1610, 2013.
  1. Vincent Duwicquet, Jacques Mazier, Jamel Saadaoui. Désajustements de change, fédéralisme budgétaire et redistribution. Comment s’ajuster en union monétaire ? Revue de l’OFCE 127, pp. 57-96, 2013.
  1. Antonia López-Villavicencio, Jacques Mazier, Jamel Saadaoui. Temporal dimension and equilibrium exchange rate: A FEER / BEER comparison. Emerging Markets Review 13(1) pp. 58-77, 2012. Code for replication:
  1. Antonia López-Villavicencio, Jacques Mazier, Jamel Saadaoui. Dimension temporelle et taux de change d’équilibre. Une application au cas des États-Unis. Revue Économique 63(3), pp. 535-544, 2012.
  1. Jamel Saadaoui. Exchange rate dynamics and fundamental equilibrium exchange rates. Economics Bulletin 31(3), pp. 1993-2005, 2011.
  1. Se-Eun Jeong, Jacques Mazier, Jamel Saadaoui. Exchange rate misalignments and international imbalances: A FEER approach for emerging countries. International Economics 124(4) pp. 31-74, 2010.
  1. Se-Eun Jeong, Jacques Mazier, Jamel Saadaoui. Exchange rate misalignments at world and European levels: A FEER approach. International Economics 121(1) pp. 25-58, 2010.

Scientific activities at a glance

  • Articles (peer-reviewed): 21*
  • Special issue (peer-reviewed): 2 (1 forthcoming)
  • Book: 1
  • Book chapters (peer-reviewed): 4
  • International and national conferences: 33
  • Symposiums: 6
  • Workshops: 12
  • Organized conferences: 4
  • Reviewer for journals: 51
  • Reviewer for conferences: 3
  • Scientific grants: 2

*HCERES rankings: A (7), B (12), C (1), not in the HCERES ranking (1).

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Last updated: November 26, 2023.