Tags (9) : Jean-Louis Reiffers
07/24/2015 | Socio-economic assessments
Invest in innovation, overhaul the Tunisian education system and vocational training, improve the banking system and build new infrastructure… According to the economists of the Institut de la Méditerranée (Marseille and Tunis) and the FEMISE, boosting the Tunisian economy requires activating a number levers. Version française
06/10/2014 | Socio-economic assessments
05/02/2014 | Socio-economic assessments
12/09/2013 | Services / Finances
"The current uncertainties do not encourage investment in the MENA zone" confided the moderator Fatiha Dazi-Héni at the opening of the round table. Discussions have confirmed the diversity of the political, economic and social situations in a region where transitions are far from complete...
05/29/2013 | Mediterranean territorial issues
The Institute of the Mediterranean is preparing a three year plan to kick-start culture as an economic sector in the Southern Mediterranean. Version française
Algeria, Barcelona, Brussels, culture, economic reserach, Egypt, Euro-Mediterranean forum of economics science institutes, European Institute of the Mediterranean, european union, Femise, Henry Roux-Alezais, IEMED, IMPGT, Institut de la Méditerranée, Institute of the Mediterranean, Jean-Louis Reiffers, Jordan, lack of knowledge, Lebanon, Mediterranean, Morocco, Palestine, Robert Fouchet, the institute of public managfement and territorial governance, Tunisia
03/07/2013 | Socio-economic assessments
02/12/2013 | Mediterranean territorial issues
MEDITERRANEAN. For its twentieth birthday, the Mediterranean Institute wants to bounce back by implementing its studies. Version française
10/16/2012 | Socio-economic assessments
Hope for a better life is reborn for people living in Mediterranean countries. The break with the old authoritarian regimes has been achieved; Arab States are now in a transition phase during which they will experience the opening up of democracy and will reduce inequalities.
10/15/2012 | Socio-economic assessments
MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES. Crisis did not spared Southern Mediterranean countries. They must now meet the dual challenge of solving the unemployment and finance their upgrades while favouring cost-effectiveness to political wishes.