The Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association is an independent forum that provides forward-looking thinking and political and socio-economic integrated analyses on the Euro-Mediterranean region in an emerging multipolar world.
Founded in Brussels in 1983, CEPS is a leading think tank and forum for debate on EU affairs, with an exceptionally strong in-house research capacity and an extensive network of partner institutes throughout the world.
Founded in 1942, IHEC, Tunisia’s leading and oldest commercial school, has educated throughout its long history generations of students and cooperated with esteemed researchers-lecturers, experts, senior business managers, and preeminent international figures such as Joseph E. Stiglitz, Muhammad Yunus and Alain Juppé.
Since its establishment in 1960, FEPS seeks to graduate high-level specialists in its fields of study making certain that its graduates will have the ability to compete, nationally, regionally and globally, and will be able to promote the development process of their communities.
Established in June 1976 by a Royal Decree, Yarmouk University has developed steadily into one of the largest and most prestigious state-supported educational institutions in Jordan.
Yarmouk University aim is not merely to produce degree-holders but rather productive citizens with integrity, vision, reasoning, tolerance, and a sense of purpose.
Founded in 2012 under the aegis of His Majesty the King, Mohammed VI, King of Morocco, UEMF’s mission is to promote intercultural dialogue and exchange, help shape cultural as well as academic partnerships in the Euro-Mediterranean Region, and promote high-level research and education.
CREAD (Research Center in Applied Economics for Development) is a public institution of scientific and technological character specialised in social sciences. Since 1985, date of its creation, CREAD is responsible for carrying out scientific research and technological development programs set out in its creation decree. CREAD employs 61 permanent researchers and 200 part time researchers.
The University of Florence (UNIFI) is an important and influential centre for research and higher training in Italy, with 1,600 lecturers and internal research staff. It offers a wide range of study programmes at various levels and in all areas of knowledge.
The Economic Prospective Bureau (Bureau de Prospective Economique ) of Senegal has been established in the Prime Minister Office of Senegal in February 2018, succeeding the Economic and Social Analysis Unit created in February 2016. Both have been led from their establishment by Moubarack LO, special advisor and chief economist to the Prime Minister. Since May 2019, following the constitutional reform that decided the end of the position of Prime Minister, the Economic Prospective Bureau is attached to the Secretary General of the Government. The Bureau has three main roles:
– developing exploratory and strategic studies to guide the Government work,
– coordinating the monitoring and evaluation of the Government’s departments activities,
– supporting the coordination of the National statistical system.
Created in November 2019, the Research Institute for European, Mediterranean, and African Studies (RIEMAS) is the think-tank of the Euromed University of Fez (UEMF). The RIEMAS is a platform for exchange and reflection devoted to the strategic challenges of the Euro-Mediterranean and African area.
The Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute, or Ma’had Abhath As-Syasat Al-Iqtisadiya Al-Filastini (MAS), is an autonomous non-profit establishment based in Ramallah. The institute is dedicated to producing sound, innovative policy research aimed at fostering economic and social development in Palestine.