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Informations générales
Nom & Prénom : FARHANI Sahbi
Site web : https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=1A7QNA8AAAAJ&hl=en
Email : sahbi.farhani@isffs.u-sousse.tn
Bibliographie :

 

Dr. Sahbi FARHANI holds a MSc in Statistics Applied to Management from the Higher Institute of Management of Sousse (ISGS), University of Sousse, Tunisia (2009) and a PhD in Economic Sciences from the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management of Tunis (FSEGT), University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia (2017). He obtained his HDR (Habilitation for Supervising Doctoral Research) in January 2024 from the University of Sousse.
 
In September 2020, Dr. FARHANI was appointed "Assistant Professor" of Quantitative Methods at the Higher Institute of Finance and Taxation of Sousse (Institut Supérieur de Finances et de Fiscalité de Sousse) (ISFFS), University of Sousse, Tunisia.
 
Between April 2019 and September 2020, Dr. FARHANI joined the post of Director at the Private Faculty of Management and Administrative Sciences of Sousse (FMSA Sousse), Tunisia. Between August 2017 and July 2018, he joined the Private High School of Economics and Management of Sousse (EcoGest), the Private University of Sousse (UPS), Tunisia as a General Director. Previously, he served as a Director of Studies and Internships at the same university (September 2016-August 2017).
Dr. FARHANI also served the position of Assistant professor of Quantitative Methods and Head of Department (October 2014- August 2018) at the UPS, and Research-assistant of Quantitative Methods at the Faculty of Pharmacy of Monastir, University of Monastir, Tunisia (October 2010-September 2015).
 
Dr. FARHANI is also an Affiliate Researcher at the IPAG Business School, Paris, France (since January 2014), and a Visiting Researcher at the University of Lille 3, France (since March 2015).

Dr. FARHANI is a researcher in Energy Economics and Econometrics. His research areas concern energy economics, environmental degree of pollution, and climate change. His articles are published in refereed journals such as: in Elsevier (Energy Policy; Energy; Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews; Economic Modelling; Structural Change and Economic Dynamics; Technological Forecasting and Social Change); in Springer (Environmental Science and Pollution Research); in Emerald (International Journal of Energy Sector Management); in JSTOR (Journal of Energy and Development); etc.

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Spécialités

Teaching and Research:

HDR Assistant Professor: Quantitative Methods (Statistics & Econometrics)

Researcher: Energy & Environmental Economics

Scolarité & Diplômes

2024 - Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (HDR),  Université de Sousse, Tunisie

2020 - Maître Assistant en Méthodes Quantitatives, ISFF Sousse, Université de Sousse, Tunisie

2017 - Doctorat en Sciences Economiques, FSEG Tunis, Université de Tunis El Manar, Tunisie

2009 - Mastère de Recherche en Statistique Appliquée à la GestionISG Sousse, Université de Sousse, Tunisie

2007 - Maîtrise en Statistique AppliquéeISG Sousse, Université de Sousse, Tunisie

2003 - Baccalauréat en Mathématiques, Sousse, Tunisie

Enseignements
Niveau d’étude
Matières
 
 
1ère année – Licence
  • Statistique 1 : Statistique descriptive & Calcul de probabilités
  • Mathématiques 1
  • Mathématiques 2
  • Macroéconomie
  • Principes d’économie
 
 
2éme année – Licence
  • Statistique 2 : Statistique inférentielle
  • Algèbre linéaire
  • Economie monétaire
 
 
3éme année – Licence
  • Économétrie
 
 
1ère année –Master
  • Econométrie des données qualitatives
  • Analyse de Données
  • Croissance économique
2éme année –Master
  • Econométrie des données de panel
 
Publications

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  1. Farhani, S., Gam, I., Barboura, I. (2022). The impact of multiple vaccines on the death rate – A focused review for BCG vaccination in the COVID-19 pandemic’s period. In: Guesmi, K. (Eds.) COVID-19 Pandemic and Energy Markets. World Scientific Series in Energy and Environmental Finance: Volume 1, Chapter 1, pp 1-16. World Scientific, Singapour. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789811239618_0001
  2. Farhani, S. (2021). The Impact of Regulations, Energy Prices and Economic Activity on the India’s Electric Power Consumption: A Kalman Filter Application. In: Goutte S., Guesmi K., Boroumand R.H., Porcher T. (Eds.) Advances in Managing Energy and Climate Risks. Lecture Notes in Energy, vol 82, pp 57–77. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-71403-1_4
 
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (IF,CNRS, FNEGE, SCOPUS, ABDC)
  1. Yousfi, M., Brahim, M., Farhani, S., Bouzgarrou, H. (2023). Do renewable energy and national patents impact the environmental sustainability of Tunisia? Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 30(41), 94334–94346. (IF: 5.8, Q1, Springer)
  2. Lu, X., Farhani, S., Soliman, A.M., Zhou, C., Su, K. (2023). Renewable energy consumption, trade and inflation in MENA countries with augmented production function: Implications for the COP26. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 194, 122712. (IF: 12, CNRS-2, FNEGE-2, Q1, ABDC-A, Elsevier)
  3. Zhao, Z., Lau, C.K.M., Soliman, A., Farhani, S. (2023). Energy commodity and stock market interconnectedness: Evidence from carbon emission trading system. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 194, 122669. (IF: 12, CNRS-2, FNEGE-2, Q1, ABDC-A, Elsevier)
  4. Ghorbal, S., Farhani, S., Ben Youssef, S. (2022). Do renewable energy and national patents impact the environmental sustainability of Tunisia? Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 29(17), 25248–25262. (IF: 4.223, Q2, Springer)
  5. Kadria, M., Farhani, S., Guirat, Y. (2022). Interactions between Renewable Energy Consumption, Environmental Policy, Lobbying Power and Health Factor: a PVAR Analysis from MENA Net Oil Importing Countries. Sustainability, 14(1), 151. https://doi.org/10.3390/su14010151 (IF: 3.251, Q2, MDPI)
  6. Farhani, S., Kadria, M., Guirat, Y. (2021). The Role of Energy and Environmental Quality in Exploring the Economic Sustainability: A New Appraisal in the Context of North African Countries. Sustainability, 13(24), 13990. https://doi.org/10.3390/su132413990 (IF: 3.251, Q2, MDPI)
  7. Farhani, S., Rahman, M.M. (2020). Natural gas consumption and economic growth nexus: an investigation for France. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 14(2), 261–284.(Q3, ABDC-C, Emerald)
  8. Farhani, S., Balsalobre-Lorente, D. (2020). Comparing the role of coal to other energy resources in the environmental Kuznets curve of three large economies. The Chinese Economy, 53(1), 82–120.  (Q2, ABDC-B, Taylor & Francis)
  9. Ben Jebli, M., Farhani, S., Guesmi, K. (2020).  Renewable energy, CO2 emissions and value added: Empirical evidence from countries with different income levels. Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 53(C), 402–410. (IF: 1.557, CNRS-3, Q2, ABDC-B, Elsevier)
  10. Farhani, S., Tiwari, A.K. (2019). CO2 Emissions, Industrial Production and Coal Consumption in the U.S. Industrial Sector. The Journal of Energy and Development, 45(1/2), 33–50. (CNRS-3, Q3, International Research Center for Energy and Economic Development, iceed)
  11. Balsalobre-Lorente, D., Shahbaz, M., Roubaud, D., Farhani, S. (2018). How Economic Growth, Renewable Electricity and Natural Resources Contribute to CO2 emissions? Energy Policy, 113(C), 356–367. (IF: 4.140, CNRS-2, Q1, ABDC-A, Elsevier)
  12. Farhani, S., Solarin, S.A. (2017). Financial development and energy demand in the United States: New evidence from combined cointegration and asymmetric causality tests. Energy,134(C), 1029–1037. (IF: 4.520, Q1, Elsevier)
  13. Farhani, S., Ozturk, I. (2015).Causal relationship between CO2 emissions, real GDP, energy consumption, financial development, trade openness and urbanization in Tunisia. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22(20), 15663–15676. (IF: 2.828, Q1, Springer)
  14. Shahbaz, M., Farhani, S., Ozturk, I. (2015). Do coal consumption and industrial development increase environmental degradation in China and India? Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22(5), 3895–3907. (IF: 2.757, Q1, Springer)
  15. Farhani, S., Shahbaz, M. (2014). What role of renewable and non-renewable electricity consumption and output is needed to initially mitigate CO2 emissions in MENA region? Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 40(C), 80–90. (IF: 5.510, Q1, Elsevier)
  16. Farhani, S., Mrizak, S., Chaibi, A., Rault, C. (2014). The environmental Kuznets curve and sustainability: A panel data analysis. Energy Policy, 71(C), 189–198. (IF: 2.743, CNRS-2, Q1, ABDC-A, Elsevier)
  17. Farhani, S., Shahbaz, M., Arouri, M., Teulon, F. (2014). The role of natural gas consumption and trade in Tunisia’s output. Energy Policy, 66(C), 677–684. (IF: 2.743, CNRS-2, Q1, ABDC-A, Elsevier)
  18. Farhani, S., Chaibi, A., Rault, C. (2014). CO2 emissions, output, energy consumption, and trade in Tunisia. Economic Modelling, 38(C), 426–434. (IF: 0.557, CNRS-2, Q2, Elsevier)
  19. Farhani, S., Shahbaz, M., Sbia, R., Chaibi, A. (2014). What does MENA region initially need: Grow output or mitigate CO2 emissions? Economic Modelling, 38(C), 270–281. (IF: 0.557, CNRS-2, Q2, Elsevier)
  20. Farhani, S. (2012). Impact of oil price increases on U.S. economic growth: Causality analysis and study of the weakening effects in relationship. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 2(3), 108–122. (Q2, ABDC-C, Econjournals)
  21. Farhani, S., Ben Rejeb, J. (2012). Energy consumption, economic growth and CO2 emissions: Evidence from panel data for MENA region. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 2(2), 71–81.( Q2, ABDC-C, Econjournals)
  22. Farhani, S. (2012). Tests of parameters instability: Theoretical study and empirical analysis on two types of models (ARMA model and market model). International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 2(3), 246–266. (ABDC-C, Econjournals)

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  1. Farhani, S. (2016). Usage of military spending, debt servicing and growth for dealing with emergency plan of Indian external debt. International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial Engineering, 10(3), 738–749. (Publisher: International Scholarly and Scientific Research & Innovation)
  2. Farhani, S. (2013). Renewable energy consumption, economic growth and CO2 emissions: Evidence from selected MENA countries. Energy Economics Letters, 1(2), 24–41. (Publisher: Asian Economic and Social Society)
  3. Farhani, S., Ben Rejeb, J. (2012). Link between economic growth and energy consumption in over 90 countries. Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business, 3(11), 282–297. (Publisher: Institute of Interdisciplinary Business Research)
 
 
Encadrements

Supervision - Mémoires des Mastères de Recherche (MR):

2023 - « Impact de la consommation d'energie, du commerce et de l'inflation sur la fonction de production de la région MENA », élaboré et soutenu par Nada BOUSLAMA, (MR-Economie et Finance Internationale, ISFFS).

2023 - « Does mismatch in the education and the labor market demand affect employees' salaries? », élaboré et soutenu par Houda ZAARA, (MR-Economie et Finance Internationale, ISFFS).

2022 - « L'impact de la croissance économique et l'énergie non-renouvelable et renouvelable sur la dégradation environnementale de la région MENA », élaboré et soutenu par Dorsaf KILANI, (MR-Economie et Finance Internationale, ISFFS).

2022 - « Real exchange rate misalignments for the selected MENA countries », élaboré et soutenu par Nour El Houda GORCHENE, (MR-Economie et Finance Internationale, ISFFS).

Expérience professionnelle

BLOC  ACADEMIQUE- ADMINISTRATIF (à l’échelle nationale)

23 Avril 2019 –
19 Septembre 2020
Directeur, Faculté privée de Management et des Sciences de l'Administration de Sousse (FMSA Sousse), Tunisie
Email professionnel : direction@fmsa.ens.tn
Site de la FMSA : http://www.fmsa.ens.tn/
 
 
14 Août 2017 –
30 Juillet 2018
Directeur, École Supérieure Privée d’Économie et de Gestion de Sousse (EcoGest Sousse), Université Privée de Sousse (UPS), Tunisie
Email professionnel : sahbi.farhani@ups.ens.tn
Site de l’UPS : http://www.ups.ens.tn/
 
 
15 Septembre 2016 – 13 Août 2017
Directeur des études et des stages (D.E.S.),EcoGest Sousse, Université Privée de Sousse (UPS), Tunisie
Email professionnel : sahbi.farhani@ups.ens.tn
Site de l’UPS : http://www.ups.ens.tn/

 

BLOC  ACADEMIQUE- ADMINISTRATIF (à l’échelle internationale)

06 Octobre 2019 –
28 Décembre 2019
Recteur, Université Internationale d'Excellence (UIE), Bamako, Mali (mission)
Site de l’UIE : http://www.uiemali.com/

 

BLOC  ENSEIGNEMENT- étatique  (à l’échelle nationale)

15 Septembre 2020-
présent
Maître Assistant, Institut Supérieur de Finances et de Fiscalité de Sousse (ISFFS), Université de Sousse, Tunisie
 
 
A.U. 2018-2019
Assistant contractuel, Institut des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Carthage (IHEC Carthage), Université de Carthage, Tunisie
 
 
A.U. 2010-2011–
A.U. 2014-2015
Assistant contractuel, Faculté de Pharmacie de Monastir (FPHM), Université de Monastir, Tunisie

 

BLOC  ENSEIGNEMENT- privé  (à l’échelle nationale)

A.U.2020-2024
Assistant vacataire, Faculté privée de Management et des Sciences de l'Administration de Sousse (FMSA Sousse), Tunisie
 
 
A.U.2019-2020
Maitre Assistant, Faculté privée de Management et des Sciences de l'Administration de Sousse (FMSA Sousse), Tunisie
 
 
A.U.2018-2019
Assistant vacataire, Faculté privée de Management et des Sciences de l'Administration de Sousse (FMSA Sousse), Tunisie
 
 
A.U. 2014-2015–
A.U. 2017-2018
Maitre Assistant, Université Privée de Sousse (UPS), Tunisie
 
 
A.U. 2014-2015
Assistant vacataire, Université Privée de Sousse (UPS), Tunisie
 

BLOC  ENSEIGNEMENT  (à l’échelle internationale)

06 Octobre 2019 –
28 Décembre 2019
Professeur-visiteur, Université Internationale d'Excellence (UIE), Bamako, Mali
(mission)
 
 
20 Janvier 2018 –
10 Février 2018
Professeur-visiteur, Université Tunisienne Internationale au Niger (UTI Niger)
(mission)
 
Membre association
ORGANISATION OF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
  • Co-Chair of the 1st Conference of the Association for Quantitative Economic Research “AQuER Conf’22”
March 24-26, 2022 (Hammamet, Tunisia)
  • Co-Chair of the TRACK-BETA’22 / 14: Energy, Environment and Sustainability
The 2nd BETA 2022 International Conference on Business and Economics Theory and Applications “BETA’22”
November, 17-19, 2022 (Sousse, Tunisia)
All papers must be submitted electronically using the following link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=beta22
 
SUBJECT EDITOR (14 July 2022)
 
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
  • Journal: Ecological Economics (April 2022)
(Specialty section of Frontiers in Environmental Economics)
Link: https://www.frontiersin.org/journals/environmental-economics/sections/ecological-economics
 
EDITORIAL BOARD (September 2022)
 
GUEST EDITOR
Date: 22 February 2022 - 31 December 2023(Deadline for manuscript submissions)
  • Special Issue (SI): "Sustainability of Renewable Energy Sources "
Date: 15 June 2022 - 30 June 2023(Deadline for manuscript submissions)
Date: 28 August 2020 - 30 June 2023(Deadline for manuscript submissions)
 
MEMBER OF RESEARCH LABORATORY
  • QUARG UR17ES26, ESCT, Campus University of Manouba, 2010, Manouba, Tunisia (since January2021)
  • IPAG Lab: Laboratory of IPAG Business School, Paris, France (since January 2014).
  • LAMIDED: Laboratoire de recherche en Management de l’Innovation et Développement Durable. ISG Sousse, Tunisia (since January 2012 until December 2020).
 
Autres

1- PRÉSIDENT DU CLUB ISFFS CULTURE & LOISIRS

https://isffs.rnu.tn/fra/s1329/pages/108/Club-Culture-&-Loisirs

 

2- COMPÉTENCES

Langues écrites et parlées : Français, Anglais, Allemand (Arabe : langue maternelle)
Logiciels maîtrisés : E-views, STATA, SPSS, R, Scientific Workplace (Latex)
Applications maîtrisées : Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, …