About twenty economists that are members of Femise, and representatives of international institutions (AFD, OECD, World Bank, EIB …) met on Friday, June 7th, 2013 in Paris to exchange around the recent collective volume published by Femise and CEPR, entitled “The Arab Spring: Implications for Economic Integration.”
Has the doxa of unlimited free trade, as the [...]
FEMISE is pleased to announce the publication of a new Volume in its series of “FEMISE Edited Volumes” entitled: ICTs for Health, Education and Socioeconomic Policies: Regional Cases. The Volume is edited by: Dr. Ahmed Driouchi, professor of Applied Economics at Al Akhawayn University and Dean of the Institute of Economic Analysis & Prospective Studies. The volume [...]
After 24 months of work, CMI, Femise and partners have released their report on the green growth potential in the Mediterranean, entitled “2012 Med Report: Towards Green Growth in Mediterranean Countries: Implementing Policies to enhance the productivity of Natural Assets”. This thematic publication is the result of a joint collaboration initiated by the World Bank [...]
FEMISE has just released its 2012 annual report on the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership and the status of the Southern Mediterranean countries. This year’s report is entitled “The Season of Choices“.
The first part of the report addresses in its 3 main chapters the challenges that the South Med countries are currently facing after the fall of old [...]
FEMISE is pleased to announce the publication of a new Volume in its series of “FEMISE Edited Volumes”. The Volume is published by Routledge, UK and contains several papers that are based on FEMISE funded research projects.
Europe and the Mediterranean Economy
Edited by Joan Costa-Font reader in Political Economy at the London School of [...]
FEMISE has released its 2011 annual report on the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership and the status of the Southern Mediterranean countries. This year’s report is focused on the Mediterranean region and its fundamental transition towards a new era.
The first part of the report addresses these issues in 4 main chapters: (i) The first chapter aims to provide [...]
It gives us a great pleasure to announce a new FEMISE publication . This first volume entitled: “Inflation Targeting in MENA Countries: An Unfinished Journey” is edited by Mongi Boughzala and David Cobham and published by Palgrave Macmillan. The volume contains 10 papers in two parts written by top economists and specialists in the subject [...]
What progress has been made since the Barcelona process was launched 15 years ago, and what margins do signatory countries to the process have? The Femise study “The Euro-Mediterranean partnership at the crossroads” examines all signatory countries to the process in close detail.
Where are we in the process? Fifteen years after the Barcelona process, customs [...]
FEMISE has released its latest report on the Euromediterranean Partnership and the situation of the Mediterranean countries. The subject of this year’s report is focused on the factors circulation and human mobility.
To address these issues, this first part of the report is organized in 4 main chapters: (i) The first chapter aims to determine the [...]
While the US and European banking systems were overwhelmed by the subprime crisis and credit crunch, Mediterranean member countries of the FEMIP (*) to a large extent withstood the crisis in 2009. How did they overcome this hurdle, and how can the road to growth be rediscovered? A study on this issue was published by [...]