Noha S. Omar is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University. She took her MSc degree in Economics from Queen Mary, University of London in 2010; and her PhD from Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University in 2016. Her PhD thesis is titled “Detecting National and Sub-national Economic Performance Using Weather Satellite Picture Composites: The Case of Egypt”. She is interested in inclusive growth, multidimensional poverty, inequality, and social protection in Egypt. Recently, she worked with ESCWA on computing multidimensional poverty in Iraq and Egypt. she has research in different areas, for instance, (2019) "Innovation and economic performance in MENA region", Review of Economics and Political Science, Vol. 4 Issue: 2, pp.158-175, and (2018) “Measuring Inclusive Growth in Egypt Over A Decade”. Institute of National Planning, Egyptian Review of Development and Planning Scientific Arbitrated Review, Volume 26, No. 1.