Salem Ben Nasser Al-Ismaily

Salen Ben Nasser Al-Ismaily was educated in the United Kingdon and the United States, where he was awarded degrees in telecommunications, liberal arts, industrial engineering and business administration.

In 1996, he was a founder of OCIPED (The Omani Centre for Investment Promotion and Export Development), Oman and currently serves as its Vice Chairman and Executive President.

Recent Research by Salem Ben Nasser Al-Ismaily

— Dec 3, 2016
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Economic Freedom of the Arab World: 2016 Annual Report

United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Bahrain are, once again, the top three most economically-free nations in the Arab world, according to Economic Freedom of the Arab World: 2016 Annual Report, co-published by the Fraser Institute, the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty and the International Research Foundation. This report compares and ranks 21 Arab nations in five areas of economic freedom: size of government, including expenditures, taxes and enterprises; commercial and economic law and security of property rights; access to sound money; freedom to trade internationally; and regulation of credit, labour and business.

— Dec 4, 2015
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Economic Freedom of the Arab World 2015 Annual Report

United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Bahrain are the top three most economically-free nations in the Arab world, according to Economic Freedom of the Arab World: 2015 Annual Report, co-published by the Fraser Institute, Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty, and International Research Foundation. This report compares and ranks 21 Arab nations in five areas of economic freedom: size of government, including expenditures, taxes and enterprises; commercial and economic law and security of property rights; access to sound money; freedom to trade internationally; and regulation of credit, labour and business.

— Nov 19, 2014
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Jordan and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are the most economically free nations in the Arab world, finds a new report by Salem Ben Nasser Al Ismaily, Azzan Al-Busaidi, Miguel Cervantes, and Fred McMahon. This report, Economic Freedom of the Arab World: 2014 Annual Report, compares and ranks 22 Arab nations in five areas of economic freedom: size of government, including expenditures, taxes and enterprises; commercial and economic law and security of property rights; access to sound money; freedom to trade internationally; and regulation of credit, labour and business.