Contact Dr Ahmed Saade
- Email: A.Saade@cranfield.ac.uk
Prior to joining Cranfield, Ahmed worked in Advisory. He started his career in the Arabian Gulf region before moving to Paris. He has been in contact and delivered his services to a wide array of top firms in various industries. He has served Public entities as well as Government.
Ahmed holds a Bachelor's degree from the American University of Beirut, an MSc and a PhD in Economics and Finance from Cranfield University. His doctoral research explored some contemporary issues in the South Korean Economy. His supervisors were Professor Constantinos Alexiou and Professor Yacine Belghitar.
Ahmed is currently a Fellow at Bayes Business School (formerly Cass) in City, University of London. Prior to that, he was an Associate Lecturer in Economics at UCL's Department of Economics. He has also held Visiting roles at the University of Buckingham and Cranfield School of Management.
Ahmed has won numerous awards for teaching and pastoral care, including the UCL Students' Choice Awards for Inspiring Teaching Delivery in 2 consecutive years.
Ahmed's current research focuses on the topics of Ageing and the Economics of Social isolation. He is also passionate about education and very involved in the teaching, leading and design of novel modules. He teaches and supervises both undergraduate and graduate students.
Articles In Journals
- Wright S, Soo Park Y & Saadé A (2022) Insights from a Catholic school’s transition to distance learning during Covid-19, Open Learning: The Journal of Open and Distance Learning, Available online 28 November 2022.
- Saade A, Alexiou C & Belghitar Y (2022) Robotization and labor supply in the context of a dynamic monopsony: novel evidence from South Korea, Seoul Journal of Economics (SJE), 35 (3) 207-240.