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Different Dimensions of Brazil and Morocco Trade Flows: A Quantitative Assessment

Brazil and Morocco have been engaged in different forms of trade negotiations and committed to liberalize their trade, as they have concluded several bilateral and multilateral trade agreements whether within the WTO or in specific framework. This …

Un Tournant pour l’économie Mondiale: l’Europe se Réveille, l’Asie Consolide sa position / A Turning Point for the Global Economy: Europe wakes up, Asia Consolidates its Position

Undoubtedly, 2018 marks a turning point in the evolution of the global economy. Europe, after having started to emerge from the crisis in 2017, could enter a phase of sustainable expansion thanks to a structural increase in industrial production, …

Will the African Free Trade Agreement Succeed?

The recently signed African Continental Free Trade Agreement represents a counter current to protectionist tendencies across the Atlantic and the Pacific, and may well move the economic integration of the African continent forward. Translating the v…

Welfare and Regional Integration Agreements: Lessons for Africa

In the developing world, regional integration is frequently seen as an opportunity to promote development. However, historical facts and economic literature remind us that the success of economic integration is not always guaranteed, and numerous c…

Europe-Afrique: Quelles perspectives d’Avenir / Europe-Africa: What are the Future Prospects?

At a time when Africa is strengthening its attractiveness, acquiring its own narrative and arousing the interest of new partners, and when Europe is going through an important economic and institutional crisis, what new foundations can the EU-Africa…

The Global Context: Major Forces Shaping Our World

The main message of this paper is that our world is undergoing a profound transformation in multiple aspects. These, at a minimum, include the following: the degree and manner of our acceptance of or opposition to increased integration as trading n…

Mitigating the Adjustment Costs of International Trade

The evidence demonstrating that nations gain from trade is overwhelming. However, trade liberalization can cause disruption to firms and workers, and its gains and losses are spread unevenly. While many gain from trade, import surges have sometimes…

China’s Economic Statecraft in Africa

Africa, preeminent recipient of Chinese aid, has benefited greatly from Chinese low-rate loans, infrastructure projects and trade relations. Consequently, these massive investments cause analysts to question whether this Chinese expansionism consti…

L’Inde et le Maghreb / India and the Maghreb

This paper proposes to describe and understand the relationship among the Maghreb and India, the latter being a significant as well as an emerging power in the world today. At the center of this research is the concern to better understand the posi…

Employment Creation in Non-Agricultural Sectors

The existence of employment-creating non-agricultural sectors is one of the five conditions common to cases of successful agricultural transformation . During the later stages of a successful agricultural transformation, two stylized facts are: (1)…

The Pivotal Importance of Good Access to Markets for Farmers

Good access to lucrative markets is vital for farmers to be profitable and productive. This is evident in all agricultures that have successfully transformed. Unless they sell profitably, farmers risk acting against their financial interest by being…

Deindustrialization and Employment in Morocco

This policy brief shows that the downward trend of employment in manufacturing in Morocco is due primarily to labor productivity improvement and that the increased deficit in manufacturing trade also plays an important role. While recognizing the cr…

Le Franc CFA: Impact sur les Taux d’Inflation et de Croissance des pays d’Afrique de l’Ouest et d’Afrique centrale sur la période 1999-2017/ The CFA Franc: Impact of the Inflation and Growth Rates of West and Central African Countries between 1999-2017

For more than 70 years, the CFA franc has been the common currency of fourteen countries on the African continent. Comparing the growth and inflation rates of member countries of the Economic Monetary Union of Africa of the West (WAEMU) and the econ…

Système Marocain de Production Halieutique et sa dépendance du Reste du Monde/ Moroccan Fishing Production System and its dependence on the rest of the World

This article presents, in addition to a holistic analysis of the national production sector, the results of a research study on the impact of a possible change in world prices of inputs (especially oil) and fishery products on economic and biologica…

Trade Integration in the Economic Community Of West African States: Assessing Constraints And Opportunities Using An Augmented Gravity Model

This study assesses and compares the determinants of intra-trade in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Regarding the adopted methodology, we estimate two versions of the g…

It’s Evolution, Baby – How Institutions can Improve without Critical Junctures

Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson caught policymaker’s attention to the critical role of institutions for development. Their work gives too much emphasis to the prospects of revolution, however. A reading of the World Bank’s World Development Report…

Rabat, un Territoire en Mutation / Rabat, Transformation of a Territory

Rabat, the capital of Morocco, has undergone profound changes since the beginning of the century and the millennium, as a result of two programs initiated by His Majesty King Mohammed VI. Launched for the first time in 2004, around the development …

La Transformation Structurelle au Maroc et Chaînes de Valeurs Mondiales: Une Vulgarisation du Débat / Structural Transformation in Morocco and Global Value Chains: A Popularization of the Debate

The structural transformation of an economy remains a necessary crossing point for any nation wishing to climb the ladder of development. This transformation often depends on an economy's ability to set itself up as an agrarian subsistence society …

Les Cycles économiques ont-ils un Effet Asymétrique sur le Chômage et la Pauvreté ? Cas du Maroc / Do Economic Cycles have an Asymmetrical Effect on Unemployment and Poverty ? The Case of Morocco.

Title translated in English: Do economic Cycles have an asymmetrical effect on unemployment and poverty ? Case of Morocco. This paper evaluates the asymmetric effects of economic cycles on unemployment and poverty in Morocco, through a VAR model est…

L’évaluation d’Impact pour l’Efficacité des Politiques de Développement en Afrique / The Impact Assessment for the Effectiveness of Development Policies in Africa

Impact assessment of development projects and programs is an increasingly popular exercise in developing countries, particularly those in Sub-Saharan Africa. Among other explanatory factors, there is the scarcity of resources allocated to developmen…

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