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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…

Evaluation de la Contribution Economique de la Surexploitation des Eaux Souterraines dans l’Agriculture au Maroc/ Evaluation of the Economic Contribution of Over-exploitation of Groundwater in Moroccan Agriculture

The consideration of capital consumption, whether manufactured or natural, has become a fundamental question in any evaluation of economic performance or measure of wealth created at the sectoral or global economic level. While it's easier to mea…

La Neutralité en Termes de Dégradation des Terres en Afrique est-elle envisageable ?/ Is Land Degradation Neutrality in Africa Possible?

At the heart of this century's top priorities are food security, environmental protection and improving the standard of living. With soaring population growth, strong industrialization exerting pressure on natural resources, and accelerating climate…

Contribution des Facteurs et de la Productivité Globale des facteurs à la Croissance Agricole au Maroc: une Evaluation comparée Intersectorielle et inter pays

Morocco's economic and social progress depends on growth objectives in agriculture, a priority sector in development strategies and policies. Moreover, the gains in total factor productivity are decisive for the improvement of the standard of living…

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…

De la COP21 à la COP24: bilan d’étape / From COP21 to COP24: Progress Report

Collective action to combat climate change has long been hindered by powerful divisions, both geopolitical and economic; North / South, industrialized countries / developing countries, fossil fuels / renewables, multilateralism and solidarity versus…

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…

Will the Emerging Market Turmoil be Contained?

Emerging market economies (EMs), as a group, continue to exhibit solid growth. This is the case especially in Asia and among oil-exporters, supported by growth in the advanced economies, the recovery in world trade, and the resilience of non-oil com…

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 …

Should we be Concerned for our Environment, Ecology and Biodiversity?

The future of our environment, ecology and biodiversity raises a number of questions. Vigilance is critical to preserving both Morocco and the planet for future generations. This Paper highlights the importance of ongoing government, private sector …

Avons-nous Peur Pour Notre Environnement, Notre Écologie et Notre Biodiversité ? / Should we be Concerned for our Environment, Ecology and Biodiversity?

The future of our environment, ecology and biodiversity raises a number of questions. Vigilance is critical to preserving both Morocco and the planet for future generations. This Paper highlights the importance of ongoing government, private sector …

Les Énergies Renouvelables au Maroc: Un Chantier de Règne / Renewable Energy in Morocco: A Reign-long Project

The Kingdom of Morocco, which has no oil and gas, has shifted to renewable energy as early as 1960, giving priority to hydroelectricity and the construction of dams. However, most of the country’s power plants were and remain powered by diesel or ga…

The Global Challenges of Illicit Financial Flows

Illicit financial flows (IFFs) have become a serious threat to the attainment of global development goals. On February 28th, 2020, the President of the United Nations General Assembly, Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, and the President of ECOSOC, Mona Juul, …

Strengthening the Resilience of Health Systems in Africa: The German Reference Framework

In the field of health, important results have been achieved on the African continent as shown by recent data in terms of life expectancy and the availability of treatment for the major causes of morbidity. In spite of this, the recent episode of th…

Renforcer la Résilience des Systèmes de Santé en Afrique : le Référentiel Allemand / Strengthening the Resilience of Health Systems in Africa: The German Reference Framework

In the field of health, important results have been achieved on the African continent as shown by recent data in terms of life expectancy and the availability of treatment for the major causes of morbidity. In spite of this, the recent episode of th…

What Can Trade Tell Us About Economic Transformation? Composition of Trade and Structural Transformation in African Countries

We explore the effects of exporting manufactures, primary commodities, and food and agricultural products, and we examine the impact of importing capital and semi-capital goods, on structural transformation in a group of 21 sub-Saharan African count…

Enhancing a Continental Policy on Energy Access in Africa

During a century in which people are preoccupied by climate change and sustainable development, Africa emerges as the new frontier of a global energy transition. Energy access in Africa can be reached through unity within and across the continent. E…

The Importance of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus in the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Heads of State met in September 2015, at the United Nations General Assembly to announce the end of the term of “Millennium Development Goals” (MDGs) and commit to a new set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The 17 SDGs were written by disci…

How to Implement Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM) Successfully for Effective Delivery of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Africa Illustrative Actionable Solutions for Policy Leaders

Part 1 of this policy series followed on the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals in 2015. A comprehensive analytical and predictive model was created which explained the key factors leading to failure or success of DRM strategies in Africa…

Housing Policies in Africa & Brazil: The Role of PPPs for Low-Income Housing

Housing is part of the United Nations 11th Sustainable Development Goal, which is to “make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable”. One of the most important targets of such a goal is to “ensure access for all to adequate, safe and affor…

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