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  • Nasr, George; Badr, E.A.; Joun, C. (2016-02-23)
    This paper presents an artificial neural network (ANN) approach to gasoline consumption (GC) forecasting in Lebanon. In order to provide the forecasted gasoline consumption, the ANN interpolates among the GC and its ...
  • Nawas, Tarek; Al Koussa, Houssam
    Nine water wells serving nine different building residents in the Bourj Abi Haydar- Nuwayri region in Beirut (Lebanon) were tested for contamination with Gram negative bacteria by standard methods. The samples were obtained ...
  • Saab, Nada; Al Assadi, Jawad; Myers, Robert (2016-04-13)
    A public bath in Baghdad with small windows and large and small bathing tubs. A large massage table and another smaller table. Upstage center a shower. A misty atmosphere, discarded orange peels, wet rags, articles left ...
  • Haidar, Mohammed Abed Ali (2011-04-08)
  • Assi, Rola H. (Lebanese American University, 2011-10-27)
    Since the end of the Cold War, the Middle East subsystem has been in flux marked by rivalry between states thriving for increasing their regional power and control. The Middle Eastern power structure can be understood in ...
  • Khaled, Ali Amine (Lebanese American University, 2015-02-10)
    Global political, economic and security dynamics are in flux. The purported decline of America, along with the ascension of Russia and China – among other emerging economies – is altering the rules of the international ...
  • Breau, Maya (Lebanese American University, )
    Corporate consociationalism may drive actors to exploit political opportunities to consolidate their predominance. Lebanon’s corporate arrangement has provided a fertile ground for Hezbollah to expand its influence through ...
  • Aoun, Salwa (Lebanese American University, 2012-05-30)
  • Azar, Riad; Cote, Gregory A.; Edmundowicz, Steven A.; Jonnalagadda, Sreeni S.
    A 50-year-old woman was referred for treatment of an obstructing gallstone in the common hepatic duct, found on MRCP (A). An ERCP was performed, revealing a 2.5-cm stone obstructing the common hepatic duct (B), with no ...
  • Salloukh, Bassel F.
    The political fallout between Lebanon's political groups over withdrawn Saudi funding exposed a dysfunctional state in which citizens suffer from a corrupt political elite and a deteriorating quality of life.
  • Faraj, Hussam A. (2011-03-15)
    The phenomenon of bank failures and the instability of Lebanon's banking sector were the two main issues behind this Study. The causes that led to bank trouble can be grouped under three categories: external, as function ...
  • Haddad, Charles A. (2011-09-06)
  • Sadek, Rabie (Lebanese American University, 2011-09-22)
    SWIFT is a financial institution which provides an interface for banks in order to communicate and transfer money worldwide. All banks over the world and all their branches are directly connected to SWIFT, so banks that ...
  • Shahine, May A. (2011-04-18)
  • Jammoul, Rana Y. (2011-11-16)
    This research project tackles "Merger", a topic which is nowadays widely spread in the media and throughout some nations. Merger is really wide topic because it can take place between companies, banks, financial institutions ...
  • Aintablian, Sebouh; Mcgraw, Patricia A.; Roberts, Gordon S.
    They are grateful for helpful comments from Nobu Hibara, Edward Kane, Lawrence Kryzanowski, James Kolari, Donald Fraser, Hwan Shin, Pauline Shum, Peter Tryfos, and the anonymous referee, as well as from participants at the ...
  • Marrouch, Walid; Turk-Ariss, Rima (SSRN, )
    We propose a generic oligopsony-oligopoly model to study bank behavior under uncertainty in developing countries. We derive a pricing structure that acknowledges market power in both the deposit and loan markets and identify ...
  • Ouaidat, Dalia (2011-09-28)
    Lebanese banking secrecy laws were passed in 1956 during the presidency of Camille Chamoun. At the time , it was believed that Lebanon could benefit from the unstable political situation in the Arab world, particularly ...