The Faculty of Business Administration and Economics at Notre Dame University-Louaize (NDU) cordially invites you to a round table discussion on “The Lebanese Financial and Economic Crisis: Challenges and Possible Solutions” featuring a multi-disciplinary team of experts who will provide their perspectives on Lebanon’s current economic climate on Wednesday, February 19, 2020.
Dr. Mohamad Hamadeh
, Professor of Economics, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics, Notre Dame University- Louaize
The Deep Roots of Lebanon’s Economic Crisis: Is the Transition from a Rentier Economy to a Productive Economy Still Possible?
Mr. Amin Saleh
, Director General of the Lebanese Tax Foundation and Former Director of the General Accounting office Assignment, Ministry of Finance
The Lebanese Government Budget: Is it a Tool for Economic Growth?
Dr. Marwan Barakat
, Assistant General Manager, Group Chief Economist and Head of the Economic Research at Bank Audi SAL
Potential Exits from the Economic Crisis and Corollary Banking Implications
Mr. Mohamed Chamseddine
, Policy Research Specialist at Information International SAL
The Dark Corridors of Corruption and its Implications on the Lebanese Economy
Dr. Viviane Naimy
, Professor of Finance, Dean - Faculty of Business Administration and Economics, Notre Dame University- Louaize
Pros and Cons of the Exchange Rate Fixity
Dr. Hassan Hamadi
, Professor of Finance, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics, Notre Dame University- Louaize