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Biblionostrum is a virtual library that centralises reports written by economic and institutional actors on Mediterranean issues.




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ANIMA Investment Network is a Cooperation Platform for Economic Development in the Mediterranean.
ANIMA aims to contribute to a continuous improvement of the business climate and also to the growth of the investment in the Mediterranean region.


The Anna Lindh Foundation is an international organization working from the Mediterranean to promote intercultural and civil society dialogue in the face of growing mistrust and polarisation.

FEMIP brings together all EIB interventions to support the development of the Mediterranean partner countries (Algeria, Egypt, Gaza-West Bank, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia)
FEMIP has become a key player in the partnership between the EU and the Mediterranean partner countries, part of a process encouraging economic renewal and openness.

Femip Trust Fund Annual Report 2017 : serving the southern neighbourhood - 11/13/2018

November 2018. Written by EIB. In view of the challenges the EU’s Southern Neighbourhood region is facing, including those posed by the forced displacement of people, persistent fiscal deficits and the threat of climate change, the European Investment Bank (EIB), the EU bank, and the FEMIP Trust Fund (”FTF”) have proven their...

Plan Bleu is one the Regional Activity Centres of the Mediterranean Action Plan (MAP) of United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), put in place by France since 1977.
His missions are : Observing environment and development to enlighten decision makers / Shaping possible futures for sustainable development / Monitoring the implementation of the Mediterranean Strategy for Sustainable Development / Integrating climate change as a priority / Supporting the transition towards a green and blue economy / Shedding socio-economic light for the appropriate management of Mediterranean resources

State of Mediterranean Forests 2018 - 11/15/2018

November 2018. Written by FAO and Plan Bleu. The State of Mediterranean Forests 2018 analyzes the circum-Mediterranean region, a territory encompassing thirty-one countries and a wide range of political, economic, social and environmental contexts...
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The CCMO (Circle of Researchers on the Middle East) is a think-tank and action group that aims to bring together young researchers specialized in the Middle East.

Founded in 1962, the CIHEAM is a Mediterranean intergovernmental organization devoted to the sustainable development of agriculture and fisheries, food and nutrition security and rural and coastal areas.
It is composed of  13 member States (Albania, Algeria, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia and Turkey) and operates through its 4 Institutes based in Bari (Italy), Chania (Greece), Montpellier (France) and Zaragoza (Spain) and the Headquarters based in Paris.

Strengthening the Role of Women in Rural and Agricultural Areas - 10/10/2018

October 2018. Written by CIHEAM-UPM The Watch letter n ° 40 aims to show different perspectives of the situation in the Mediterranean region by analyzing the challenges and opportunities in the socio-economic, social, environmental, legal and political domains.


The Euro-Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies (EMNES) is a network of partners and associates research institutions and think tanks working on socio-economics in the Euro-Mediterranean.

Financial Development and Employment: New Evidence - 05/02/2019

May 2019. Written by Rym Ayadi, Sami Ben Naceur, Mohamed Goaied This paper adds to the existing literature on finance and growth, by exploring the effect of finance on the labour market, using data on 143 countries from 1995 to 2015. We also examine whether the impact of financial development on labour is significantly...
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EuroMeSCo (the Euro-Mediterranean Study Commission) is the main network of research centres on politics and security in the Mediterranean, striving at building a community of research institutes and think tanks committed to strengthening Euro-Mediterranean relations.
The network currently comprises 102 institutes from 30 countries in the Euro-Mediterranean area.

Cooperation with Religious Institutions as a European Policy Tool - 05/01/2019

May 2019 P. Sasnal (Ed.), S. Altuna, Y. El-Menouar, G. Fahmi The Joint Policy Study takes an institutionalist view of state-religion relations, although religious institutions are defined in a broad sense and encompass both official and unofficial religion.
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Supported by the European Commission, the FEMISE network brings together more than 90 members (research institutes in economics). The association has three main objectives: to conduct socio-economic research and to issue recommendations / publish and disseminate this research / to work for the largest dissemination.

Feminization of occupations and its effect on gender wage gap in South Mediterranean Countries - 04/03/2019

Published in April 2019. Directed by Doaa M. Salman. The issue of gender equality in the labour market is an important one not only for the wider norm of fairness but also more specifically for economic development and the efficient utilization of (human) resources in the economy. For countries in middle levels of development,...
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The Foreign Investment Promotion Agency «
FIPA-Tunisia
» is a public institution set up in 1995 under the supervision of the Ministry of Development Investment and International Cooperation. FIPA-Tunisia is in charge of providing all the support needed by foreign investors and of promoting foreign investment in Tunisia.


The
European Institute of the Mediterranean
(IEMed), is a consortium comprising the Catalan Government, the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation and Barcelona City Council. It incorporates civil society through its Board of Trustees and its Advisory Council formed by Mediterranean universities, companies, organisations and personalities of renowned prestige.
the aim of the IEMed is to foster actions and projects which contribute to mutual understanding, exchange and cooperation between the different Mediterranean countries, societies and cultures as well as to promote the progressive construction of a space of peace and stability, shared prosperity and dialogue between cultures and civilisations in the Mediterranean.
Adopting a clear role as a think tank specialised in Mediterranean relations based on a multidisciplinary and networking approach, the IEMed encourages analysis, understanding and cooperation through the organisation of seminars, research projects, debates, conferences and publications, in addition to a broad cultural programme.

Institut Montaigne is a pioneering independent think tank dedicated to public policy in France and Europe.
It has been developing concrete proposals for rendering public action more efficient, strengthening its social cohesion, improving competitiveness and consolidating France's public finances.