Mariam Hamza is a health economist at Aceso Global, where she supports various projects related to health system strengthening. With six years of experience working with the World Bank Group, Mariam has gained broad knowledge in the field of health economics. She has worked with 10 countries across the MENA, Africa, and East Asia regions, contributing to a wide range of health-related activities. Mariam’s primary focus lies in health financing and human resources for health. In her research, she employs a diverse range of methodologies, including discrete choice experiments and quasi-experimental methods. Mariam co-authored over 20 research articles, working papers, and book chapters. She holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from the American University in Washington D.C. Her Ph.D. research specifically explored the production and distribution of human resources for health in Egypt. She speaks Arabic.

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