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 ...

Turkey emerges as Europe’s BRIC economy - 10/16/2012 - Guillaume Perrier, à ISTANBUL

TURKEY. The crisis of 2008 and 2009 has already been forgotten in Turkey, where the economy has returned to pre-recession growth levels.

Faced with crisis, Morocco goes on the offensive - 10/15/2012 - Christelle Marot, à CASABLANCA

MOROCCO. Spared financial turbulence, Morocco has instead suffered the effects of the crisis in property, tourism and export sectors of the economy.

Egyptian economy weathers economic crisis well - 10/15/2012 - Nina Hubinet, au CAIRE

EGYPT. Strong internal demand and government measures to support the economy allowed Egypt to avoid the worst effects of the global crisis. For 2011, the Egyptian authorities have forecast economic growth of more than 6%.

Algeria doing well without overcoming its structural constraints - 10/15/2012 - Amal Belkessam, à ALGER

ALGERIA. With rising oil prices, Algeria is now enjoying a degree of prosperity. However, it still faces major challenges, such as industrialisation, unemployment and dependence on hydrocarbons

Domestic investment must be the driving belt of FDI - 10/15/2012 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier

The more domestic investment there is in a country, the more foreign investors are encouraged to count on these countries. This is one theory that has been confirmed in Mediterranean countries in the South, according to researchers from FEMISE.

Tunisia welcomes FDI with open arms - 10/15/2012 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier

Energy, textiles, clothing, cement works. Foreign businesses from all these sectors have increased their investment in Tunisia over the last few years thanks to political stability and a more open economic and financial stance in the country. In a study for Femise, economist Sonia Seghir looks at what lies behind this success.

Knowledge economy key to future growth in the Mediterranean - 10/15/2012 - Frédéric Dubessy

An emphasis on training and encouraging the emergence of business clusters to produce value-added: these are the challenges to be addressed by countries in the Mediterranean if they wish to remain in the race in the face of the emergence of competitors from Asia.

Rethinking migration of doctors - 10/15/2012 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier

Contrary to popular belief, the migration of doctors from the Middle East and the Maghreb region to Europe does not only benefit the host countries. The source countries also benefit from these departures. Strengthening north-south relations in the fields of education and medical research would lead to a win-win situation. In...
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