Project and Research Analyst, Knowledge Project, UNDP
Anthony holds an Economics degree from the Notre Dame University in Lebanon, and a Master’s degree in Applied Economics from The Lebanese American University.
His experience in qualitative and quantitative research, statistical analysis, socio-economic analysis and building composite indices made him an excellent candidate to join the UNDP as a Project & Research Analyst, conducting economic and statistical research on topics related to knowledge society, education, emerging technologies and skills of the future over the past five years.
He also holds several certificates and licenses issued by a number of well-renowned institutions including the CITI Program, HarvardX – an online learning initiative by Harvard University through edX, IBM and Google.
In July 2021, he published a paper titled ‘Government Intervention and Business Response as Determinants of Business Continuity amid COVID-19: The Case of Jordan and Morocco’. The paper provides new insights into the role of governments and businesses in responding to pandemics in the Arab region.