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Socio-economic assessments
A comprehensive update on the socio-economic expertise FEMISE, the Euro-Mediterranean Forum of Economic Institutes: migration policy, economic performance, decentralization, employment, social pact, inequality, economic recovery, growth, SME development, inclusion, tourism, trade, FDI, direct investment abroad, financial integration, knowledge economy, ecology, innovation ... in Algeria, Spain, France, Italy, Morocco, Tunisia, Portugal, Egypt, Greece, Albania, Croatia, Turkey ...

Tourism in the Mediterranean, a sector of two-speeds - 01/31/2017 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE


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Kafalat facilitates access to credit for Lebanese SMEs - 01/16/2017 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE



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Good governance a stimulus for trade in Middle East - 01/05/2017 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE



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Tax reform in Egypt could make its businesses more efficient - 01/04/2017 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE



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Environment – Opportunities to be seized for Southern Rim countries - 12/19/2016

The FEMISE is one of the co-authors of the Energies2050 report on climate change in the Mediterranean, drawn up as part of COP22. The report singles out the lack of effort being made in the Southern Mediterranean, while at the same time highlighting the genuine assets that can be utilized as part of environmental policy. Version française

The Economic Impact of Climate Change on Southern Mediterranean Countries - 12/12/2016 - The Femise team

Interview with Dr. Abeer El-Shinnawy (FEMISE, American University in Cairo) within the context of the FEMISE & Institut de la Méditerranée contribution to the ENERGIES2050 report [1] on” Challenges to Climate Change in the Mediterranean” released at the occasion of the international COP22 conference that took place in Marrakech on November 15th 2016. Version française

More productive Middle-Eastern firms exporting more? - 03/29/2016 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier à Athènes

How do Maghreb and Middle-Eastern SMEs shape up when it comes to exporting? Does a productive company export more? Alfred Tovias, professor of international relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Jan Michalek, professor of economics at the University of Warsaw, revealed the preliminary results of their study at the FEMISE annual conference in Athens on 14th February last*. Version française
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