Smart Mature Resilience (SMR).
eGovernment Monitor (eGovMon).
Ahmed has a Ph. D. in Information and Communication Technology from the University of Agder, and an M. Phil. in System Dynamics from the University of Bergen in Norway. He also received a B. Sc. in Telecommunication and Electronics from Zagazig University, and a Diploma in Information Technology from the Information Technology Institute in Egypt. He has been employed by the Information Technology Institute as a lecturer for a couple of years starting from 2000. In 2002, after the beginning of his System Dynamics master study, he joined the Information and Decision Support Center, the think tank affiliated with the Egyptian Cabinet of Ministers, to work as a modelling specialist, modelling team leader, then as the deputy manager of the economic issues programme for more than 6 years. In this duration, Ahmed has authored and co‑authored many publications and policy papers in different areas like the Egyptian agriculture, poverty, subsidies and others. By the end of 2008, he moved to Norway, where he worked for the University of Agder, GISNOR, and again for the University of Agder until now. His research and work focus on optimal public policy design via mathematical modelling, in addition to innovative ICT solutions development.
El-Sawalhy, Hamdy, Ahmed Labib Negm, Mohammed Mostafa Saleh, Ahmed Abdeltawab Abdelgawad, Shaimaa Hussien Ahmed, Shorouk Saber Idrees, Shaimaa Taha Ramadan and Essam Abd El-Mottaleb. 2004. Cropping Pattern Model. Cairo, Egypt: The Egyptian Cabinet - IDSC.
Moursi, Tarek, Mai El Mosallamy, Wafik Younan, Ahmed Abdeltawab Abdelgawad and Shaimaa Hussien Ahmed. 2005. The Economic and Distributional Dimensions of the Transformation from In-Kind Subsidy System to Cash Transfers of the Balady Bread. Cairo, Egypt: The Egyptian Cabinet - IDSC.
Nassar, Saad, Hanaa Khair Eldin, Hamdy El-Sawalhy, Ahmed Labib Negm, Walaa Mohammed Ahmed El-Huseeny, Ahmed Abdeltawab Abdelgawad, Enas Zakaria, Shorouk Saber Idrees, Shaimaa Taha Ramadan and Essam Abd El-Mottaleb. 2005. Suggested Alternatives of Optimum Cropping Pattern Model for Egypt. Cairo, Egypt: The Egyptian Cabinet - IDSC.
Younan, Wafik, Ahmed Abdeltawab Abdelgawad and Shaimaa Hussien Ahmed. 2005. Economic and Distributional Dimensions of the transformation from in kind subsidy to Cash Transfers for the Petroleum Products Sector “Case study butane”. Cairo, Egypt: The Egyptian Cabinet - IDSC.
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