Welcome to Mr. EL MAHI's Research page !
With a steadfast dedication to academic excellence, Mr El Mahi has cultivated a distinguished academic background. He initiated his scholarly pursuits by earning an engineering degree from the National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse. Building upon this foundation, Mr El Mahi pursued advanced studies in policy frameworks at Sciences Po, where he obtained a Master's in Public Policy. His intellectual curiosity and commitment to understanding economic intricacies then led him to the University of Namur in Belgium, where he obtained his Master's degree in Economics with High Distinction (Magna Cum Laude). Continuing his pursuits of scholarly distinction, he further honed his skills at KU Leuven, where he achieved a Master of Advanced Studies in Economics with high distinction (Magna Cum Laude).
In the professional arena, Mr. El Mahi has made significant contributions as a policy analyst at the French Ministry of Labor and as a consultant in public policy evaluation at Mazars. Currently serving as a Researcher in economics at the Centre for Research in Regional Economics and Economic Policy (CERPE), his primary focus remains in Macroeconomics. Through rigorous research and insightful analysis, he explores the nuances of economic stability, growth, and development. Join him on this intellectual journey as he navigates the intersections of macroeconomics and policy. Explore his research findings and connect for engaging discussions and collaborative opportunities.
2022-2023: Master of Advanced Studies in Economics, KU Leuven, Belgium (Magna Cum Laude).
2020-2022: Master in Economics, University of Namur, Belgium (Magna Cum Laude).
2015-2017: Master in Public policy, Paris Institute of Political Studies, France.
2013-2017: Engineering Degree in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, INP Toulouse, France.
Macroeconomics, Heterogeneous Agents, Public Finance, Fiscal and Monetary policies.
The budgetary outlook of the French Community of Belgium from 2023 to 2028, Centre for Research in Regional Economics and Economic Policy (2023)
Study of the financial, institutional and operational implications of the transfer of community competences to the Brussels-Capital Region in the context of a possible 7th State reform, CERPE (UNamur), DULBEA (ULB) and Tax institute (ULiège) (2022)
The budgetary outlook of the French Community of Belgium from 2022 to 2027, Centre for Research in Regional Economics and Economic Policy (2022)
The budgetary outlook of the French Community of Belgium from 2021 to 2026, Centre for Research in Regional Economics and Economic Policy (2021)
The impact of the Revitalisation framework on job creation (with Ms. A. Le Brech), French Ministry of Labor (2017)
Open Data and Public Integrity, digital technologies serving an exemplary democracy (With M. G. Poifoulot), High Authority for Transparency in Public Life (2016)