Press coverage of EMNES second Annual Conference

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Several major news portals in Egypt announced the second annual Conference of EMNES with the participation of 77 researchers from Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan, Morocco, Spain, Germany and France, and a group of professors from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science. The related articles highlighted the presence of H.E. Hala El-Said, Minister of Planning, Monitoring […]

The second Annual Conference of EMNES: “Towards an inclusive socio-economic model in the Mediterranean”, concluded successfully

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The Euro-Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies (EMNES) second Annual Conference took place in Cairo on 6-7 December 2017 and presented the outputs of the second year of EMNES research. The Conference opened with welcoming addresses from H.E. Hala El-Said, Minister of Planning, Monitoring and Administrative Reform of Egypt, the Vice Dean of Faculty of Economics […]

EMNES Newsletter 2016-2017 Published

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The Euro-Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies (EMNES) 2016-2017 Newsletter presents the structure, aims and activities of the Network. The Newsletter also outlines the major landmarks and events of the organization, as well as, the publications of EMNES researchers. EMNES Newsletter 2016-2017

New EMNES Study – Trade and investment in the Mediterranean: Country and regional perspectives

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The Southern Mediterranean region is economically closely linked to the EU. Both regions have sought to tighten this relationship via preferential trade agreements. 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. The four country reports evaluate […]

EMNES Study: Institutions and labour markets in the Southern Mediterranean countries – A survey of Egypt, Jordan, Morocco & Tunisia

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EMNES published a new study under the title : Institutions and labour markets in the Southern Mediterranean countries – A survey of Egypt, Jordan, Morocco & Tunisia. The study provides a survey of the institutional environment in which labour markets in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia are embedded. The paper presents an overview of the […]

EMNES policy paper published – Youth employment in the Mediterranean region: Is further regional integration the way forward for job creation?

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EMNES policy paper published – Youth employment in the Mediterranean region: Is further regional integration the way forward for job creation? The employment and social impact of the global financial and sovereign European crises has been particularly severe in the Euro-Mediterranean region. Southern, Eastern and Northern Mediterranean countries have all been experiencing a prolonged employment […]

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”

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The objective of the conference was to present the results and conclusions of the study co-led by IEMed- EMEA and with the collaboration of the EMNES network entitled “Youth employment and regional integration in the Euro-Mediterranean region”. The study examines how regional integration can provide both short-term and long-term solutions to the employment crisis in […]

IEMed- EMEA and EMNES Conference for the presentation of the study “How regional integration leads to youth employment in the Euro-Mediterranean region”, hosted at UfM Secretariat, completed successfully – 20.07.17

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The study, co-led by IEMed- EMEA and with the collaboration of the EMNES network, examines how regional integration can provide both short-term and long-term solutions to the employment crisis in the Euro-Mediterranean region. The Conference was addressed by Fathallah Sijilmassi, Secretary General, Union for the Mediterranean, who underlined the importance of the presented study, as […]