Skip to Main Content

AUBG Faculty Bibliography: Termos, Ali

Ali Termos

Assistant Professor (BUS)










Office: MB 211

Phone: +359 73 888 417


Journal Articles

Termos, A., & Yorke-Smith, N. (2022). Urbanism and geographic crises: A micro-simulation lens on Beirut. Urban Planning, 7(1), 87-100.

Termos, A., Picascia, S., & Yorke-Smith, N. (2021). Agent-based simulation of West Asian urban dynamics: Impact of refugeesJournal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation JASSS24(1), 1-25. doi:10.18564/jasss.4472

Termos, A. & Saad, M. (2016). Do mortgage loans respond perversely to monetary policy?. The Journal of Real Estate Research, 38(2), 251-289.

Termos, A., Naufal, G. & Genc, I. (2016). A tacit monetary policy of the gulf countries: Is there a remittances channel?. The Review of Development Economics, 20(2), 599-610.

Martin, D. & Termos, A. (2015). Does a high minimum wage spur low-skilled emigration?. Economics Letters, 137, 200-202. 

Termos, A., Naufal, G. & Genc, I. (2013). Remittances outflow and inflation: The case of the GCC countries?. Economics Letters, 120(1), 45-47.

Genc, I. & Termos, A. (2011). Is there a catch-up effect in the gulf. Middle Eastern Finance and Economics, (15).

Genc, I. & Termos, A. (2009). An analysis into the virtue of inflation rate targeting. International Journal of Business Policy and Economics, 2, 87-94.

Naufal, G. & Termos, A. (2009). The responsiveness of remittances to the oil price: The case of GCC. OPEC Energy Review, 33(3/4), 184-197.

Conference Proceedings

Picascia, S., Termos, A. & Yorke-Smith, N. (2018). Initial results from an agent-based simulation of housing in urban Beirut. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and MultiAgent Systems (AAMAS) (2045-2047). Stockholm: International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems.


Termos, A. (2005). Banking structure and the effect of monetary policy on bank lending. North Carolina State University.