المنشورات البحثية المحكمة:
Kamal, S., and Daoud, Y., (forthcoming), “Explaining the Gender
Gap in Entrepreneurial Propensity” in Nezameddin Faghih (ed), “Entrepreneurship
Ecosytem in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA): Dynamics in Trends, Policy
and Business Environment”. Springer Nature, Chapter DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-75913-5_11
Daoud, Y., and Sekkat, K., (2015). Cross-country comparative analysis of SMEs’ TFP in MENA region: A firm level assessment, Middle East Development Journal (revised and awaiting publication decision)
Fallah, B., and Daoud, Y., (2015). Wage differential and economic restriction: Evidence from the occupied Palestinian territories, Economics of Peace and Security Journal, Vol. 10, No. 1
Sarsour, S., and Daoud, Y., (2015). The efficiency of the banking system in occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) 2000-2009, Rev. Middle East Econ. Fin. 2015, DOI 10.1515/rmeef-2014-0005
Tansel, A., and Daoud, Y., (2014). Returns to education in Palestine and Turkey: a comparative analysis, Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, V. 13, pp 347-378
Daoud, Y., (2013). Are entrepreneurial networks shaped by firms’ organisational characteristics? A cross country comparison of the MENA region, International Journal of Business and Globalization, Vol. 11, No. 4
Aranki, T., and Daoud, Y., (2010). Competition, substitution, or discretion: an analysis of Palestinian and foreign guest workers in the Israeli labor market, Journal of Population Economics: Volume 23, Issue 4 (2010), Page 1275-1300.
Mataria, A., Daoud, Y., Luchini, S., Moatti, J-P., (2006). Demand assessment and price-elasticity estimation of quality-improved primary health care in Palestine: some responses from the contingent valuation method, Health Economics, 16: 1051–1068.
Daoud, Y., (2005). Gender gap in returns to schooling in Palestine, Economics of Education Review, 24 (2005) 633–649.
Daoud., and Kinal. T., (2002). Are the premia in foreign exchange markets effected by the length of the contract horizon? International Review of Comparative Public Policy, 13: 299-324