EMNES Study MSMEs’ Development in the Southern Mediterranean Countries
The study provides a snap shot of the current status quo in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia regarding the development of their private sectors, with a focus on micro, small and medium enterprises
Second EMNES Annual Conference: Towards an inclusive socio-economic model in the Mediterranean, 6-7 December 2017, Hotel Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
EMNES Newsletter 2016-2017
The Newsletter outlines the major landmarks events and publications of the Network
EMNES Study Trade and investment in the Mediterranean: Country and regional perspectives
Along four case countries, namely Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia, this study provides an overview of the current state and trend of trade flows vis-à-vis the EU
Institutions and labour markets in the Southern Mediterranean countries
The study provides a survey of the institutional environment in which labour markets in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia are embedded
Policy Paper Youth employment in the Mediterranean region: Is further regional integration the way forward for job creation?
EMNES policy paper first delves into the challenge of youth unemployment in the Mediterranean region, explains the underlying reasons from a labour supply and demand and provides recommendations on how further regional integration can tackle this challenge.
Report from the IEMed - EMEA and EMNES Conference for the presentation of the Study: "How regional integration leads to youth employment in the Euro-Mediterranean region"
Youth employment and regional integration in the Euro-Mediterranean region
Qualitative and quantitative economic analysis on whether and how regional integration could lead to youth employment
- Rym Ayadi, EMNES Scientific Coordinator
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.