Josephine Kass-Hanna is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Business and Management at Saint Joseph University of Beirut. Her research revolves around financial inclusion, poverty, and the economic resilience and empowerment of vulnerable populations. She collaborates with UN agencies to assess the socio-economic vulnerabilities of forcibly displaced populations and better inform strategies needed to support them and enhance their overall resilience. Her recent work focuses on the impact of financial and pandemic shocks on women, as well as their economic participation, especially in terms of entrepreneurship. Prior to joining academia, she has worked as a certified public accountant and a consultant for SMEs.
- Digital Inclusion And Empowerment Of Women Entrprenuers In The Post Pandemic Era
- The economic empowerment of women entrepreneurs in a post-Covid World
- A multidimensional approach to poverty that strengthens the Humanitarian-Development Nexus
- A human development approach to measuring and improving the digital livelihoods of vulnerable populations
- Rebuilding the livelihoods of forcibly displaced populations using digital financial inclusion
- Bridging the Gap Between Digital Skills and Employability for Vulnerable Populations
- Leaving No One Behind: Measuring the Multidimensionality of Digital Literacy in the Age of AI and other Transformative Technologies