Dr. Abdallah Dah

Bio

Abdallah Dah has been a professor of economics at the Lebanese American University since 1988. He is currently the associate dean for the Adnan Kassar School of Business in Beirut. He holds a PhD and an MA in Economics from the University of Colorado Boulder. He has published in leading journals such as the Journal of Energy and Development, Applied Energy, Journal of Applied Business Research, International Journal of Applied Mathematics, Journal of International Academy of Hospitality Research and Leisure and Tourism Management Journal.

Teaching Interests

  • Micro-economic Theory
  • Mathematical Economics
  • Managerial Economics
  • Research Methods in Business
  • Business Economics

Research Interests

  • Tax Incidence
  • Discrimination Theory
  • Energy Consumption
  • Price Theory
  • Economics of Tourism
  • Energy Consumption
  • Corporate Governance
  • Firm Behavior  

Selected Publications

Dah, A. & Fakih, A. (2016). Decomposing Gender Wage Differentials Using Quantile Regression: Evidence from the Lebanese Banking SectorJournal of International Advances in Economic Research, 22(2), 171-185. 

Sita, B. B., Abosedra, S., & Dah, A. (2015). Short and long-run budgetary relationships: evidence from LebanonThe Journal of Developing Areas, 49(2), 77-9.

Ben Sita, B., Dah, A. M., & Hallak, W. (2013). Evidence on managerial entrenchment effects on firm valueInternational Journal of Financial Services Management, 6(2), 93-104.

Boumosleh, A., Dah, A., & Dah, M. (2012). Internal Capital Markets and Equity Restructuring. Journal of Applied Business Research28(6), 1171-1182.

Abosedra, S., Dah, A., & Ghosh, S. (2009). Electricity consumption and economic growth, the case of LebanonApplied Energy86(4), 429-432.

Dah, A., Dibeh, G., & Shahin, W. (1999). The distributional impact of taxes in Lebanon: analysis and policy implications. Lebanese Center for Policy Studies.