CURRICULUM VITAE

CURRICULUM VITAE

CURRICULUM VITAE
Hatim Ameer Mahran
Department of Economics, University of Gezira P.O. Box 20, Wad Medani, Sudan,
Department of Economics,Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University, Riyadh, KSA
Tel: +966536150323(mobile, KSA), +249 9123 43761 (mobile, Sudan)
E-Mail:
mahranec@yahoo.com
October, 2018
I PERSONAL DETAILS:

Name : Hatim Ameer Mohamed Mahran
Address : Department of Economics, Al-Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University, KSA
Date of Birth : July 1953
Place of Birth : Omdurman, Sudan
Nationality : Sudanese

II ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Professor of Economics, Al-Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University, March 2009 to present.
2. Professor of Economics, University of Gezira, July 1999 to present
3. Associate Professor of Economics, University of Gezira, July 1994.
4. Ph.D. in Economics, University of Essex, 1984.
5. M.A. in Economics, University of Essex, 1980.
6. B.Sc. (honours) in Economics, University of Khartoum, 1978.
III GRADUATE RESEARCH PROJECTS:
1. Dissertation for the Master Degree titled “On the Development of Basic Trade Models”, Department
of Economics, University of Essex, England.
2. Ph.D. Thesis titled “The Terms of Trade Domestic Distribution and Equilibrium Growth within a
North-South Context”, Department of Economics, University of Essex, England.
VI RESEARCH GRANTS:
1. Research grant from Fawzan Chair for Saudi Macroeconomic Expectations to support an empirical
research on the Impact of Saudi Stock market on Growth and Diversification in Saudi Arabia, 2017
2. Research grant from Fawzan Chair for Saudi Macroeconomic Expectations to support an empirical
research on the Impact of Foreign Direct Investment and Trade on Growth in Saudi Arabia, 2014.
3. Research grant from Fawzan Chair for Saudi Macroeconomic Expectations to support an empirical
research on Financial Intermediation and Economic Growth in Saudi Arabia, 2012.
4. Grant from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) to support an
empirical research on Trade Policy, Regional Integration and Pro-Poor Growth in Sudan”, 2009.
5. Grant from the United Nations Development Program to support an empirical research on The Role
of Trade and Industry in Poverty Alleviation in Sudan, 2004.
6. Grant from the Arab Planning Institute (Kuwait) to support an empirical research on Public Policy
and Poverty Reduction in Sudan, 2004.
7. Grant from the African Economic Research Consortium to support an empirical research on “A
Computable General Equilibrium Model for Policy Analysis: Calibration and Application to the
Sudan, 1990/91”, 1996.
8. Grant from the Ford Foundation to support research on “Food Relief for the Refugees and Displaced
in the Sudan: A Comparative Study”.
9. Grant from the Ford Foundation to support research on “Food and Agricultural Policies in the
Sudan”, 1989.
10. Grant from the University of Gezira to support research on “Ecological Destruction in the Sudan: An
Empirical Investigation”, 1989.
11. Grant from the University of Gezira to support research on “The Assessment Criteria of Academic
Performance at the University of Gezira: A Critique”, 1989.

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12. Grant from the University of Gezira to support research on “The Degree and Consequences of Export
Instability: The Experience of Sudan, 1974-1985.”, 1988.
VI SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND AWARDS:
1. Award from the Eiselen Foundation to attend the International Symposium on “Food Security
and Innovations: Successes & Lessons Learnt”, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany.
2. Award from the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) to participate in a Research
Workshop, Johannesburg, South Africa, December 1995.
3. Award from the United Nations University and the Beijer Institute (Sweden) to attend a Research
Seminar on Environmental Economics, Arusha, Tanzania.
4. Award from the United Nations to attend a Workshop on Environmental Economics, 12-21
December 1992, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
5. Award from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to attend a Seminar on
“Development Strategies for Sustainable Agriculture”, 15 August-3 September 1991, Tokyo,
Japan.
6. Award from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to attend the 2Ist conference of the
International Association of Agricultural Economist (IAAE) on “Sustainable Agricultural
Development: The Role of International Cooperation”, 22-29, August 1991, Tokyo, Japan.
7. Award from the Ford Foundation to attend a workshop of the Food Policy Network on “Food and
Agricultural Policies in the Middle East’, Cairo, 27-29 June, 1991.
8. Award from the Ford Foundation to visit the Institute of Development Studies, University of
Sussex (England) as a Visiting Fellow, Ist June-31st July 1990.
9. Award from the Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA) to participate in a conference on
“Alternative Development Strategies for Africa”, University of Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), 12-14
December1989
10. Award from the University of Gezira to attend the Second Conference on “Agricultural
Development in Egypt and the Arab Countries”, University of Mansoura (Egypt), 1988
11. Award from the Ford Foundation to participate in a workshop on “Food and Agricultural Policies
in the Middle East”, Ford Foundation, Regional Office, Cairo (Egypt), 12-15 March 1988.
12. Award from the University of Gezira to attend a conference on the “Improvement of Drinking
Water Supply and Public Health Services in New Halfa”, New Halfa (Sudan), 28-31 March, 1988
13. Award from the University of Gezira to attend the First Conference on “Agricultural
Development in Egypt and the Arab Countries”, University of Mansoura (Egypt), 2-4 February
1988.
14. Fellowship from the Netherlands Fellowship Program to attend the international Course on
Agro-Industry, the Royal Tropical Institute (Amsterdam), June 15th-July 23rd, 1987
15. Travel Award from the Agricultural Development Council (ADC) to attend the 19th conference
of the IAAE, Malaga, Spain, September, 1985.
16. Scholarship from the Government of Sudan (University of Gezira) to do Master and Ph.D. in
Economics, 1978.
V EMPLOYMENT RECORD:
1. 2009 to present : Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Imam University, KSA.
2. 1999-2008 : Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Gezira University, Sudan.
3. 1994-1998 : Associate Professor of Economics, Dep. of Economics, Gezira University.
4. 1990-1993 : Assistant Professor of Economics, Dep. of Economics, Gezira University.
5. 1984-1989 : Lecturer, Department of Economics, Gezira University, Sudan.
6. 1980-1984 :Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, Essex University, England.
7. 1978-1984 :Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, Gezira University, Sudan.
VI EXTERNAL ASSESSOR AND REFEREE:
1. External Examiner for a number of Master and Ph.D. Theses.
2. External Referee for some Universities and Research Institutions on staff promotion.

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3. Provided editorial guidance for the African Development Review, East Africa Social Science
Research Review (OSSREA, Addis Ababa), Gezira Journal of Agricultural Sciences (University of
Gezira, Sudan), Journal of Development and Economic Policies (the Arab Planning Institute,
Kuwait), and the Economic Journal (King Saud university, Riyadh).
VII RESOURCE PERSON:
1. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Geneva, July 2000-2002.
2. Participated in the implementation of a Two-Weeks Training Course for Researchers and
Practitioners on “Accounting for Sustainable Economic and Social Development: Methods and
Applications for Policy Analysis with Reference to Africa”, Institute of Social Studies (The Hague) in
collaboration with the Department of Economics, Addis Ababa University and Ethiopian Economic
Association, October 25-November 5, Addis Ababa, 1999.
VIII MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEES, SOCIETIES, AND COUNCILS:
1. Member, International Economics Study Group (IESG) England, 1982-1990.
2. Member, International Association of Agricultural Economists (IAAE), 1985-1992.
3. Member, Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA) London, 1989-1992.
4. Member, Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern Africa, 1991 to present.
IX TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
1. Undergraduate Level:
1.1 University of Essex: 1980-1984



Microeconomics
Quantitative Methods:
Mathematical Economics
Statistics
1.2 University of Gezira: 1984-2009:
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Mathematical Economics
Mathematical Techniques
Econometrics
International Economics
Development Economics
Public Economics
Sudan Economy
1.3 University of Gedarif: 1993-1996:
Mathematical Economics
Econometrics
Macroeconomics
International Economics

1.4 Imam Muhammed Ibn Saud Islamic University (KSA): 2009 to present
Macroeconomic Analysis
Microeconomic Analysis
Microeconomic Principles
Money and Banking
Economics of Resources
Econometrics
International Economics 1(Trade)
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International Economics 2(Finance)
Use of Computer programs in Economics
2. Postgraduate Level:
2.1 Graduate Diploma Program in Economics (University of Gezira): 1990 to 2009:
Microeconomics
Mathematical Economics
Econometrics
Mathematical Techniques
International Economics
2.2 Master Program in Development Economics (University of Gezira): 1990 to 2009:
Structuralist Macroeconomics
Advanced Microeconomics
Issues in Food Security
International Finance
Quantitative Development Economics
Econometric Methods
Trade and development
2.3 Master Program in Business Administration (University of Gezira): 1998 to2009
Macroeconomic Policies in Sudan
Research Methodology
2.4 Master Program in Rural Development (University of Gezira): 1998 to 2009
Economics of Poverty
Statistical Methods
Development Economics
Research Methodology
2.5 Master Program in Population and Development (University of Gezira): 1996 to present
Development Economics

2.6 Master Program in Population, Development & Reproductive Health: 1996 to present

Development Economics
Research Methodology
2.7 Master Program in Water Management (University of Gezira): 1998-2002
Introduction to Economics

2.8 Master Program in Economics (Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University)
Mathematical Economics
Development Economics
Econometrics