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Dans le sillage des débats actuels sur la contribution de la femme à la création de richesses, le présent ouvrage s’essaye d’y contribuer moyennant des approches méthodologiques innovantes couvrant plusieurs champs d’analyse conciliant l’égalité de genre, les politiques publiques et la croissance économique au Maroc. Il offre, ainsi, un diagnostic exhaustif de l’évolution des inégalités de genre en termes, notamment, d'accès à l'emploi, à l'éducation, à la santé, à l'infrastructure, ainsi qu’une analyse économétrique des contraintes qui pèsent sur la participation des femmes au marché du travail. Il se livre, également, à une évaluation genre des politiques publiques afin de cerner les efforts déployés pour assurer un accès équitable des femmes et des hommes à leurs droits civils, politiques, économiques et sociaux. En outre, en se basant sur les données et les faits stylisés relatifs aux inégalités de genre, l’ouvrage propose un modèle quantitatif et différencié par sexe pour évaluer l’impact des décisions publiques sur l’égalité de genre et sur la croissance économique au Maroc...

 

Morocco’s great return to the African Union

Morocco's ties with Africa through various aspects have never been broken. There is no need to prove its roots within deep history. However, the recent developments constitute a major event of important significance. Is it a turning point, a victory that concludes a diplomatic episode among others, a normalization, a response to cyclical difficulties, a booster, an inflection point, or a major event?...

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Post-Brexit transition: implications on UK-Africa relations

A significant degree of uncertainty remains on the consequences of Britain’s EU referendum. Once Article 50 is triggered, the Brexit will still have to be enforced and effective. British Prime Minister, Theresa May, stated that ‘Brexit is Brexit’ sending a clear message that the UK will have to figure out the future of its foreign policy outside of the European Union, eventually needing to review its interests and its diplomatic relations unilateraly. To answer some of our questions on the future of the UK-Africa relations, we are pleased to welcome with us, two senior experts from the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in London; Dr. Jonathan Eyal, Director of Strategic Partnerships and Pr. Malcolm Chalmers, Deputy Director General of the RUSI.

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NAFTA in Play: How President Trump could reshape trade in North America

During his run for President of the United States, Mr. Trump called the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), “the worst trade deal ever approved by this country”. His target is Mexico, which runs a $ 50 billion surplus of trade in goods and services with the United States. Trade with Canada, the third NAFTA party, is essentially balanced. However, NAFTA’s provisions cannot be changed without affecting Canada and without Canada’s consent, and the Foreign Ministers of Canada and Mexico have declared that they want the new NAFTA to be negotiated trilaterally, not bilaterally as Mr. Trump prefers...

Upcoming Events

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14 March - Global Economic Outlook
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04 April - EU - Africa Strategic Dialogue
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10-11 April - Second Edition of Platform for Advanced & Emerging Economies Policy Dialogue
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4 May - Union africaine : vers quelle autonomie stratégique possible ?

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13-17 March - Advanced Training in Commodity Economics & Finance - Mineral Economics: Industry and Investment
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20-24 March - Advanced Training in Geopolitics & International Relations - Cyber Security & Intellectual Property
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27-31 March - Advanced Training in Economic Analysis and Management - Microeconomic Analysis for Public Policy

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