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IIASA Alumnus World Population
Zakarya al Zalak joined IIASA’s World Population Program as a Research Scholar in September 2015.
Dr. Al Zalak holds master’s degrees in Statistics and in Operational Research from the University of Cairo and Damascus University respectively. He obtained a Doctorate in Statistics from the University of Cairo in 2011. Before joining IIASA, he was Director of the Technological Statistical Institute in Damascus. In 2009, he was a participant of IIASA’s Young Scientists Summer Program.
Dr. Al Zalak’s main research interests lie in operational research and population projections. At IIASA he will continue to work on human capital projections at sub-national and national levels for all Arab countries.
Last update: 11-SEP-2015
Al Zalak Z & Goujon A (2017). Assessment of the Data Quality in Demographic and Health Surveys in Egypt. Vienna Institute of Demography, Austrian Academy of Sciences VID Working Paper 6/2017
Kohlenberger J, Buber-Ennser I, Rengs B, & Al Zalak Z (2017). A Social Survey on Refugees in and Around Vienna in Fall 2015: Methodological Approach and Field Observations. Refugee Survey Quarterly 36 (4): 90-109. DOI:10.1093/rsq/hdx012.
Buber-Ennser I, Kohlenberger J, Rengs B, Al Zalak Z, Goujon A, Strießnig E, Potančoková M, Gisser R, et al. (2016). Human Capital, Values, and Attitudes of Persons Seeking Refuge in Austria in 2015. PLoS ONE 11 (9): e0163481. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0163481.
Kohlenberger J, Buber-Ennser I, Rengs B, & Al Zalak Z (2016). A Social Survey on Asylum Seekers in and around Vienna in Fall 2015: Methodological Approach and Field Observations. Vienna Institute of Demography, VID Working Paper 6/2016
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