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Towards A Regional Integration and Employment Driven SocioEconomic Model in the Mediterranean: A Comprehensive Policy Roadmap

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The Euro-Mediterranean region brings together a diverse set of countries with different cultural backgrounds as well as economic social realities, which are each developing at a varying pace and with variable geometry. While for centuries such differences were seen as wealth, in recent years, the Mediterranean Sea has become a dividing line between conflicting civilisations. This has led to deeper political uncertainties, mounting economic difficulties, and social tensions without any of the two parts, being able to resort to concrete cooperation. In this perspective, it is difficult to argue that Euro-Med relations delivered on the promise of achieving shared prosperity through enhanced political association and economic integration. The combination of the Arab uprisings, the euro area crisis and the refugee crisis clearly played a major role in shaping the final outcome and populations’ perceptions. However, the way such crises played out raises a fundamental question about whether the existing model of integration and cooperation among the two regions is appropriate. Against this background, the EMNES Annual Conference 2019 will debate what future model of economic development and cooperation can be envisaged. The conference will bring together the views of the EU, the South Med countries and the main players active in the region. The EMNES team will contribute to the discussion by featuring key findings on how labour markets can become more dynamic and help delivering shared prosperity as well a comprehensive policy roadmap towards new models of regional integration and employment creation in the Mediterranean.

Registration & coffee  from 8.30 – Meeting from 9.00 to 18.00

The Euro-Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies (EMNES) is a network of partners and associates research institutions and think tanks working on socio-economics in the Euro-Mediterranean. EMNES is supported by 30 Universities and Research Institutions from Algeria, Belgium, Canada, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Jordan, Morocco, Palestine, Slovenia, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey and the UK, and it is co-funded by the European Commission and the Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association (EMEA).


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Below is our list of speakers and discussants.

Cinzia Alcidi Cinzia Alcidi

Cinzia Alcidi

Senior Research Fellow and Head of Economic Policy Unit

Speakers list
Rym Ayadi

Founder and President, Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association

Jaloul Ayed

Former Minister of Finance, Tunisia

Simeon Djankov

World Bank

H.E. Hala Helmy El-Saeed

Minister of Planning and Administrative Reform, Arab Republic of Egypt

Michael Koehler

European Commission

Sandra Kramer

European Commission

Rachid Maaninou

Union for the Mediterranean (UfM)

Ibrahim Saif

Middle East Institute (MEI)

H. E. Fathallah Sijilmassi

Former Secretary General, Union for the Mediterranean (UfM)


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Towards A Regional Integration and Employment Driven SocioEconomic Model in the Mediterranean: A Comprehensive Policy Roadmap

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1 Place du Congrès
1000 Brussel
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Day 1 - Thursday
Veselina Georgieva Veselina Georgieva
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+32 (0)2 229 39 78

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