Tags (8) : World Bank
10/19/2015 | Socio-economic assessments
Mohamed Chaffai, Professor at the faculty of Economics and Management at Sfax University in Tunisia, is co-author of a study on the manufacturing sector in Egypt: “What role does technology play in a company’s capacity to export?” He presented a preview of the results of his work on 6th October 2015 at the first international seminar on “business and globalisation” organised in Aix-en-Provence by Femise, CERDI, AMU, AMSE and Greqam (*). Version française
06/23/2014 | Socio-economic assessments
12/11/2012 | Environmental and development issues
MEDITERRANEAN. A Global Environment Facility (GEF) regional project aims to increase sustainable development projects by creating cooperation between them.
10/30/2012 | Mediterranean territorial issues
10/30/2012 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
MEDITERRANEAN. On 1 September 2011, Pascale Chabrillat will take up her post as General Director of Ocemo in Marseille. Ocemo (the Office for Economic Cooperation of the Mediterranean and the Middle East) is a new think tank launched by its two co-presidents, Philippe de Fontaine Vive,...
10/29/2012 | Publireportage
Six Mediterranean countries (Egypt, France, Jordan , Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia), the World Bank, the European Investment Bank and the City of Marseille, joined to create, in just two years the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI). The spirit of partnership is thus at the heart of the CMI...
10/16/2012 | Socio-economic assessments
In Morocco and Tunisia, more and more young people are continuing their education at university; 60% of people joining the labour market have completed a university degree. Yet it this sector of the population that has the highest rate of unemployment.
09/29/2010 | Socio-economic assessments
A new FEMISE report published in September 2010 puts back into question the link between market liberalisation and labour market development by studying the case of Morocco and Tunisia.