Mohanad Ismael is an assistant professor at Birzeit University, the director of economic department and master program of economics. Mohanad received his B.A. of Mathematical Applied to Economics at Birzeit University in 2003 and continued his first master of economics at the same university in 2005 followed by a second master degree of applied macroeconomics in 2006 and then Ph.D degree in dynamic macroeconomics in 2011.
Mohanad's research interest includes dynamic macroeconomics theory, Applied macroeconomics, Tourism, environmental economics. Mohanad has publications in international journals such as Journal of macroeconomics, Decisions in Economics and finance, and Environmental Science and Pollution Research.
1- Barbar, R. and Mohanad Ismael, 2020 “Dynamic effects of Consumption Externalities” Decisions in Economics and Finance, DOI 10.1007/s10203-020-00296-6.
2- Samia Al Botmeh, Tareq Sadeq and Mohanad Ismael, 2019 “Palestinian labor market forecasting” Report published in Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute, MAS, Ramallah, West Bank.
3- Tareq Sadeq and Mohanad Ismael, 2018 “Development, decent work conditions and European complicity under the occupation of Palestine” Report presented to the Second Trade Union Seminar – Justice for Palestine! Ending European complicity in Israel’s violations of Palestinian workers’ right. Organised by the European Trade Union Initiative for Justice in Palestine. Barcelona, Spain.
4- Mohanad Ismael, Fathi Srouji and Mohamed-Amine Boutabba, 2018 “The impact of agriculture technology on CO2 Emission: The case of Jordan” Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25, (11), pp. 10867 – 10877.
5- Mohanad Ismael, 2017, “Transaction Costs in an Overlapping Generations Model”, Economic Issues 22, Part 2.
6- Stefano Bosi, Mohanad Ismael and Alain Venditti, 2016, “Collaterals and Growth Cycles with Heterogeneous Agents”, Journal of Macroeconomics 48, 327 – 350.
7- Mohanad Ismael, 2014, “Progressive Income Taxes and Macroeconomic Instability” Montenegrin Journal of Economics 10, No.2, 49-61.
Mohanad Abu Rjaile and Fathi Srouji, 2013, “The Social and Economic Impacts and Risks Associated with the Highly Increasing in Consumption loans in Occupied Palestinian Territories”, Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute, MAS, Ramallah, West Bank. (in Arabic)