Les articles de Johanne Eva Desvages
Female participation in the labour force : what can be done to reduce inequality in Egypt ?
Countries in the South Mediterranean and in the MENA region in general persistently register lower female participation in the labour force and a high gender gap. In a recent policy brief of the FEMISE MED Brief series, two FEMISE researchers suggest further policies to strengthen the current quest for empowering women and to reduce inequality in the Mediterranean countries, most specifically in Egypt.
What is the impact of Syrian Refugees on the Turkish Economy ?
Turkey is the country that hosts the largest refugee population in the world, more than 3.5 million refugees, since the beginning of Syrian civil war in 2011. In a Policy Brief released recently, two researchers from Femise considered the long-term impact of Syrian Refugees on Turkish Economy.
What are the Effects of Syrian Refugees on the Labor Markets in Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan ?
Migration experts from Centre Emile Bernheim (Brussels), University of Brussels and the Macro Center for Political Economics, examined both the impact of Syrian refugees on wages and on unemployment rate in Host Middle Eastern Countries. Details by Ecomnews Med.
COP24 : Towards a research agenda related to Climate Change in the Mediterranean countries
Institut de la Méditerranée, FEMISE, the Union for the Mediterranean and Energies2050 combined their efforts to connect a variety of stakeholders during the 24th Conference of the Parties (COP24) at Katowice (Poland) in order to define a climate research agenda in Mediterranean countries. Academics, sustainable finance actors, the Mediterranean youth as well as policy makers all answered the call.
What challenges facing economic development in the Middle East? A youth-driven research initiative backed by FEMISE
More than 50 researchers from more than 15 countries were brought together in Paris, at Sorbonne-Panthéon University to present their most recent research work on the challenges facing economic development in the Middle East and North Africa, invited by the IEDES at Paris 1, Oxford university, Sciences Po Lille and Heriot Watt University, in collaboration with FEMISE and other renowned institutions.
External and internal imbalances in South Mediterranean countries : Challenges and costs
What are the challenges and costs of external and internal imbalances in South Mediterranean countries ? The Femise, in collaboration with the financial assistance of the European Union, studied the case of six South Mediterranean countries : Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia.