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Dr. Eid-Oakden is sought the world over to address a wide range of audiences and offers unparalleled depth of research on Middle East and North Africa (MENA) trends to include but not limited to:

  • The region is facing changes irreversibly through the deal with Iran.  How the Arab countries adjust and accommodate to these changes, plus the fiscal exigencies of lower oil prices, is going to be key to both business and stability in the region going forward.
  • How will the 170 million strong North African engine of growth and investment reignite, post-Arab Spring?
  • Islamic finance, a perfect fit for infrastructure investment in the region?
  • As growth in trade and investment shift eastward, are we witnessing a resumption of the centuries-old Silk Route between MENA and China?
  • Suffering from the highest rate of youth unemployment worldwide, could entrepreneurship become a game-changer for the MENA labor markets?
  • In the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries alone, there are over 3,500 ultra-high net worth individuals with a combined wealth of over $625 billion, establishing a large and sophisticated family office sector.  What are the opportunities and characteristics of this growing sector?

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