EMNES Annual Conference 2019: Towards A Regional Integration and Employment Driven Socio-Economic Model in the Mediterranean - A Comprehensive Policy Roadmap
Report: EMEA and EMNES participation to CEPS IdeasLab2019
Female Labour Force Participation and Entrepreneurship: The Missing Pillar for Inclusive and Sustainable Economic Development in MENA?
EMNES Study Financial Development and Inclusion in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia
An assessment of the various factors determining financial development in terms of the financial sector structure, contribution to the economy and financial inclusion in the four countries.
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
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.
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.
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