Transition, economic reform and the role of the state

FEM42-08 | september 2018

Macro Management & Evaluation of IMF Reforms: Tunisia and Comparative Experiences

Study Femise directed by Sami Mouley (Université de Tunis) , together with Université de Tunis; Université de Tunis - El Manar; Université du Sud, Toulon - Var
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FEM42-13 | august 2018

External and internal imbalances in South Mediterranean countries

Study Femise directed by Pr. Doaa Salman, October University for Modern Sciences and Arts, Egypt; , together with October University for Modern Sciences and Arts, Egypt;
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FEM41-09 | august 2018

Spatial proximity and firm performances: how can location-based economies help the transition ?

Study Femise directed by Pr. Anna M. Ferragina (CELPE, University of Salerno, Italy); , together with CELPE, University of Salerno, Italy; University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy; METU –Ankara, Turkey; ESSEC,Tunis,Tunisia; University of Carthage, Tunisia
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FEM42-07 | april 2018

Complexification of production as a vector of economic transition and the role of short-term policies

Study Femise directed by Pr. Nicolas Peridy (LEAD, Université de Toulon); , together with LEAD, Université de Toulon; Université de Sousse; Université d’Abu Dhabi
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FEM42-02 | november 2017

Potential Accession to the Revised WTO Government Procurement Agreement: The Cases of Egypt and Turkey

Study Femise directed by Pr. Sübidey Togan (Centre for International Economics at Bilkent University in Ankara, Ankara, Turkey); , together with Centre for International Economics at Bilkent University in Ankara, Ankara (Turkey); Sussex University, Sussex (UK); Cairo University, Cairo (Egypt); TOBB University, Ankara (Turkey)
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FEM42-06 | october 2017

Twin Deficits and the Sustainability of Macroeconomic Policies in Selected European and Mediterranean Partner Countries

Study Femise directed by Pr. Simon Neaime (Institute of Financial Economics, American University of Beirut, Lebanon); , together with Institute of Financial Economics, American University of Beirut, Lebanon; KEDGE Business School, France
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FEM41-12 | february 2017

The determinants of export performance of firms in selected MENA countries

Study Femise directed by Dr. Jan Jakub Michałek (University of Warsaw, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Poland); , together with University of Warsaw, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Poland; Hebrew University, Israel
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FEM41-04 | january 2017

Winners and Losers in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry along the Transition Process

Study Femise directed by Dr. Doaa M. Salman Abdou (October University for Modern Sciences and Arts, Egypt); , together with October University for Modern Sciences and Arts, Egypt; Technical University of Cartagena & Institute of International Economics (IEI-UV), University of Valencia, Spain
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FEM41-08 | december 2016

Corporate Performance in Transition : The Role of Business Constrains and Institutions in the South Mediterranean Region

Study Femise directed by Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso (Institute of International Economics, University Jaume I, Spain); , together with Institute of International Economics, University Jaume I (Spain); American University, Cairo (Egypt)
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FEM35-19 | december 2013

Decentralization and Economic Performance in Selected South Mediterranean Countries

Study Femise directed by Lahcen Achy, INSEA and Carnegie Middle East Center and Khalid Sekkat, Université Libre de Bruxelles , together with Ahmed Farouk Ghoneim (Egypt) Saoussen Ben Romdhane (Tunisia)
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