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Article

Saleh, Mohamed and Tirole, Jean (2021) Taxing identity: theory and evidence from early Islam. Econometrica, vol. 89 (n° 4). pp. 1881-1919.

Assaad, Ragui and Saleh, Mohamed (2018) Does Improved Local Supply of Schooling Enhance Intergenerational Mobility in Education? Evidence from Jordan. World Bank Economic Review, vol. 32 (n° 3).

Saleh, Mohamed (2017) A “New” Economic History of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region. The Economics Of Transition, vol. 25 (n° 2). pp. 149-163.

Saleh, Mohamed (2013) A pre-colonial population brought to light: digitization of the nineteenth century egyptian censuses. Historical Methods, vol. 46 (n° 1). pp. 5-18.

Book Section

Saleh, Mohamed (2021) The middle east : decline and resurgence in west Asia. In: The cambridge economic history of the modern world: volume II : 1870-2010 1870-2010 Broadberry, Stephen N., 深尾, 京司, Klein, Alexander and Dennison, Tracy K. (eds.) Cambridge University Press. Series “Cambridge Histories” Chapter 8. The Middle East: Decline and Resurgence in West Asia. Cambridge, Royaume-Uni pp. 213-250. ISBN 9781316671603

Saleh, Mohamed (2021) Islam and economic development : the case of non-muslim minorities in the Middle East and north Africa. In: The oxford handbook of Politics in muslim societies. Cammett, Melani and Jones, Pauline (eds.) Oxford University Press. Series “Oxford handbooks online” Chapter 31. Oxford, Angleterre. pp. 367-654. ISBN 9780190931056

Saleh, Mohamed (2021) Occupational Structure in Egypt in 1848-2006. In: Occupational Structure and Industrialization in a Comparative Perspective Cambridge University Press. (In Press)

Saleh, Mohamed (2019) Socioeconomic Inequality across Religious Groups: Self-Selection or Religion-Induced Human Capital Accumulation? The Case of Egypt. In: Advances in the Economics of Religion Palgrave Macmillan. Series “International Economic Association Series” Chapter 17. Cham, CH pp. 283-294. ISBN 978-3-319-98848-1

Saleh, Mohamed (2018) Socioeconomic Inequality across Religious Groups: Self-Selection or Religion-Induced Human Capital Accumulation? The Case of Egypt. In: Advances in the Economics of Religion Carvalho, Jean-Paul, Iyer, Sriya and Rubin, Jared (eds.) Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-3-319-99336-2

Monograph

Saleh, Mohamed (2015) Occupational Structure in Egypt in 1848-1996. IAST working paper, n. 15-18, Toulouse

Saleh, Mohamed (2013) On the road to heaven: taxation, conversions, and the coptic-muslim socioeconomic gap in medieval Egypt. TSE Working Paper, n. 13-428, Toulouse

Saleh, Mohamed (2012) The Reluctant Transformation: Modernization, Religion, and Human Capital in Nineteenth Century Egypt. IAST Working Paper, n. 12-05, Toulouse

Saleh, Mohamed (2012) Public Mass Modern Education and Inter-Religious Human Capital Differentials in Twentieth-Century Egypt. TSE Working Paper, n. 12-366, Toulouse

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