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Syrian refugees boost economic growth in Turkey - 10/03/2019 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE

According to the latest Femise report of September FEM43-05, "The long-term impact of Syrian refugees on the Turkish economy", is positive and will double the GDP increasing from 1.9% to 4% of GDP between 2017 and 2028. Version française

Femise takes a closer look at the difficulties encountered by the Mediterranean private sector - 07/03/2019 - Frédéric Dubessy

As pointed out by the Femise report "The private sector in Mediterranean countries - Main dysfunctions and opportunities for social entrepreneurship", it is only through the development of the private sector that jobs will be created in the southern Mediterranean. The document also recommends promoting the development of social entrepreneurship. Version française

Femise recommendations to reduce gender inequality at the labour market - 04/09/2019 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE

The question of the equality of men and women in the labor market is acute in North Africa and the Middle East, countries marked by the weight of culture and secular traditions. In a study just released by the Femise on the issue of discrimination at workplace and wage gaps, the economists examine the situation of women in Egypt and Jordan. Version française

When access to finance and vocational training are pathways for the integration of refugees. - 03/01/2019 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE

FEMISE, in its latest FEM43-14 study, analyses the phenomenon of integration and inclusion of syrian refugees by examining two distinct cases: Italy and Jordan. Version française

When the location of a firm affects its productivity - 06/20/2018 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE

Should firms give in to the sirens of globalization? Stimulating R & D, sharing knowledge, skills, subcontracting ... Productivity rises when firms in the same sector are in geographical proximity analyzes the latest Femise report. Version française

The need to promote vocational training in Egypt - 05/02/2018 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE

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University education is considered as the royal road in Egypt...
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