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Dina Rabie

Dina Rabie

Research Fellow

Nottingham Business School

Staff Group(s)
Department of Economics


Dr. Dina Rabie is a Research Fellow and the Experimental Laboratory Manager at the Nottingham Business School. She designs and administers lab and online experiments to understand the individual design making process.

Career overview

Dr. Rabie obtained her PhD degree in Economics from the University of Hamburg (UHH), Germany. During her studies at UHH, she built expertise in Experimental Economics. Her dissertation employed several economic experiments run in Egypt among standard and non-standard subject pools to study various questions in decision theory. She won the Heinz Sauermann Award for the Best Experimental Design from the German Society for Experimental Economics Research in 2017.

Dr. Rabie has an extensive experience in teaching through her role as a Lecturer at the British University in Egypt. She is experienced in teaching Behavioural Economics, Microeconomics, and Financial Economics modules.

Research areas

  • Behavioural Economics
  • Experimental Economics
  • Decision Theory

External activity

Rabie is the co-founder of the Experimental and Behavioural Economics Laboratory (EBEL) at the British University in Egypt. EBEL was founded in cooperation with the Research Lab of the University of Hamburg and Rabie acted as the director of EBEL throughout its establishment phase.


“RoSCAs in Africa: The Case of Egypt”. Nziku, D.M. and Struthers, J.J. (Ed.) Enterprise and Economic Development in Africa, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 277-291.

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