Ph.D. in Economics from Tohoku University in Japan.
Currently, Assistant Professor at the University of Jendouba and the University of Tunis; both in Tunisia.
Previously, worked for three years at the department of Banking Supervision at the Central Bank of Tunisia.
Monetary Policy, Bank Risks and the economics of the Middle East and North Africa.
Ph.D. in Economics from Tohoku University in Japan, 2010.
Master degree from IHEC, the University of Tunis, Tunisia, 2002
Fulbright scholarship for Visiting Scholar Program.
Monbukagakusho scholarship (Japanese government)
Microeconomics of Banks.
and several other courses.
- Member of the Japan Society of Monetary Economics, Japan.
- Guizani, B, and Watanabe, W. (2016) “The effects of public capital infusions on banks’ risk-shifting to the deposit insurance system in Japan” Journal of Financial Stability. Vol 26, October 2016, pp. 15–30 (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jfs.2016.07.017)
- Guizani, B (2019) “The impact of exchange rate shocks on trade in times of uncertainties: Evidence from three oil-importing-countries in MENA region,”Stateco, 113.
- Guizani, B. (2015) “Japanese Regulation Policy and Credit Crunch: Evidence from the Ultra-Expansionary Monetary Policy Period” Asian Survey, Vol. 55 No. 4, pp. 822 – 843. (DOI: 10.1525/as.2015.55.4.822)
- Guizani, B. (2015) “Capital Requirements, Banking Supervision and Lending Behavior: Evidence from Tunisia” the Middle East Development Journal, Vol. 7 No. 2, pp. 175 – 194. (DOI: 10.1080/17938120.2015.1072930)