Bio: Ahlem DAKHLAOUI is professor of quantitative methods at the faculty of economics and management of Nabeul, university of Carthage-Tunisia, where she has taught since 2002. She is a researcher at Laboratory of Industrial Economics and Management (LEGI) in the Polytechnic School of Tunisia since 2002. She received a Ph.D in economics (2002), a European Diploma in Applied Quantitative Economics (1998) and a master’s degree in Environment, Natural Resources, Energy and Agriculture economics (1997) in Toulouse School of Economics (France). Her main research fields are environment, natural resources and energy economics, industrial organization, international trade, numerical simulation and applied econometrics.
 Environment, natural resources and energy economics
 Industrial organization
 International trade
 Numerical simulation
 Applied econometrics
 Dakhlaoui Ahlem et Manel Daldoul (2016), Decomposition of carbon dioxide emission from highway transportation in Tunisia, International Journal of Global Energy Issues (IJGEI) Vol. 39, No. 6
 Dakhlaoui Ahlem, Abdessalem Abbassi et Lota D. Tamini (2015), Production cost asymmetry, minimum access and reciprocal dumping, Economics Modelling 51, pp 484–490.
 Dakhlaoui Ahlem, Manel Daldoul et Sami Jarboui (2015), Dynamic panel analysis of public transport demand in Tunisia, Transportation, volume 42, n°1, January, Springer.
 Dakhlaoui Ahlem, Abdessalem Abbassi et Nihed Ben Khlifa (2014), Decomposing the effects of economics policies and technical changes in Tunisia by the double calibration approach, Journal of Business Studies Quarterly, volume 6, n°1.
 Dakhlaoui Ahlem, Abdessalem Abbassi et Amira Ben Hammamia (2014), Analysis of the Decomposition of Energy Intensity in Tunisia by the IDA Method, International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, vol. 4, n°3
 Dakhlaoui Ahlem, Abdessalem Abbassi et Lota D. Tamini (2014), Risk aversion and dynamic games between hydroelectric operators under uncertainty, Cahiers de recherche CREATE n°2014-4, CREATE (Centre de Recherche de l’Environnement, de l’Agroalimentaire, des Transports et de l’Énergie), Université Laval, Canada.
 Dakhlaoui Ahlem, Abdessalem Abbassi et Lota D. Tamini (2013), Production cost asymmetry,minimum access and reciprocal dumping, Cahiers de recherche CREATE n°2013-7, CREATE (Centre de Recherche de l’Environnement, de l’Agroalimentaire, des Transports et de l’Énergie), Université Laval, Canada.