Dr. Miriam Al Lily has joined PMU as a Lecturer in Economics in 2015. She was awarded her PhD in Economics from the Leibniz University of Hannover in Germany and she obtained a Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Surrey in the UK. In addition, she has worked for five years as an Economic Consultant in London and Oxford. Her research interests lie at the intersection of developmental economics, behaviour economics and game theory, with a special focus on the Middle East.
PhD in Economics from the Leibniz University of Hannover in Germany, 2022
MSc in Economics from the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom, 2010
BSc in Economics from the University of Bonn in Germany, 2009
Al Lily, M. & Waibel, H. (2021). The socioeconomic determinants of poverty in Saudi Arabia. Poster presented at Tropentag 2021, 15-17 September, Stuttgart (Online).
Al Lily, M., Liebenehm, S. & Waibel, H. (2021). Risk and time preferences of poor urban households in Saudi Arabia. Paper presented at ICAE 2021: International Conference of Agricultural Economist, 17-31 August, New Delhi, India (Online).
Al Lily, M. & Waibel, H. (2020). The determinants of urban poverty in Saudi Arabia: Evidence from a socio-economic household survey. Paper presented at the ICP 2020: 14. International Conference on Poverty, 17-18 December, Barcelona, Spain (Online). Won ‘Best Presentation Paper Award’.
Miriam Al Lily’s research interests are in developmental economics, behaviour economics and game theory; with a particular interest in the Middle East.