THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN NETWORK
FOR ECONOMIC STUDIES

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.

EMNES – MEDAM Workshop

Economic Integration of Refugees in the Countries of First Asylum Mission: Possible?

Workshop Report

1st EMNES ANNUAL CONFERENCE

In the first EMNES Annual Conference, the participants discussed the preliminary outputs of research conducted during the first year of project implementation in three main areas of investigation: the role, current and future development of institutions and labor markets, the private sector and Micro, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises and finance in achieving an inclusive and sustainable socio-economic development model that is centred on employment creation and employability of youth.

The Euro-Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies (EMNES) is built on four core principles: independence, excellence, policy relevance and deep knowledge on Euro-Mediterranean affair.

The results expected from our action are to allow younger generation of researchers, yet experts in their fields, to provide policy makers with a renewed vision for socio-economic development in the south Mediterranean countries, mainly focusing on employment creation, social inclusion, and sustainable development.

– Rym Ayadi, EMNES Scientific Coordinator

EMNES: 1st Stage

The first stage will strive to explore and assess the socio-economic inter-linkages of the drivers of the innovative, sustainable and inclusive development and growth models in the Mediterranean region and macro and micro levels of complementarities and synergies with the EU and other regions;

EMNES: 2nd Stage

The second stage is to test and develop, via theoretical and empirical scientific research, innovative thinking about new socio-economic development and growth models that are participative, inclusive, sustainable, sound and long-term employment generating;

EMNES: 3rd Stage

The third stage is to provide policy recommendations and design full-fledged roadmaps to be shared with the policy makers under the Euro-Mediterranean partnership.

The specific results expected from EMNES are to allow the younger generation of researchers yet experts in their fields to provide policy makers with a renewed vision for socio-economic development in the south Mediterranean countries, mainly focusing on employment creation, social inclusion, and sustainable development.

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