Eisa Aleisa, PhD

Department Head/Assistant Professor
+966 11 2242222 Ext: 3662
Areas of Expertise
  • International Economics
  • Monetary Theory
  • Macroeconomics
  • Money & Banking
  • International Economics
  • Financial Economics

Education

  • Ph.D & Masters in Economics, South Illinois University, Carbondale, IL – USA .
  • MPA, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR – USA
  • Bachelor in Computer Information Systems, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR – USA

Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Al Yamamah University, Riyadh.
  • Senior Economist, Division E (GCC Countries), Middle East and Central Asia Department, IMF, Washington DC – USA .
  • Consultant: Co-Project Manager, Building Business case for wealth Management Firm
  • Economic Advisor, Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency – KSA

Publications

  • “Synchronization of Economic Shocks between the GCC and the US , Europe, Japan and Oil market and Choice of Exchange Regime,: (With W. Joong Kim and S. Hammoudeh), Journal of Contemporary Economic Policy, Feb. 2011.
  • “Oil Prices, Terms of Trade Shocks, and Macroeconomics Fluctuations in Saudi Arabia,” (with S. Dibooglu), Journal of Contemporary Economic Policy, Jan. 2004, 22:50-62.
  • “Dynamic Relationships among GCC Stock Markets and NYMEX Oil Futures”, (with S. Hammoudeh), Journal of Contemporary Economic Policy, April 2004, 22 (2): 250-269
  • “Relationships among US Oil Prices and Oil Industry Equity Indices”, (with S. Hammoudeh and S. Dibooglu), Journal of International Review of Economics and Finance, Spring 2003, 183: 1-29
  • “Source of Real Exchange Rate Movements in Saudi Arabia”, (with S. Dibooglu), Journal of Economics and Finance. Spring 2002, 26 : 466-475