SMART DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY FOR THE MAGHREB: STRUCTURAL REFORM, A NEW ROLE FOR THE STATE, REGIONAL INTEGRATION

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مائدة مستديرة حول “الطاقات المتجددة: حقل للتنمية وخلق مواطن الشغل ينبغي استغلاله في تونس”

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The Maghreb region stands at a strategic crossroad today. It can embark on a path of reform and prosperity by transforming its rich natural endowment and human capital into inclusive economic growth. Moreover, the region’s geo-strategic situation positions it at a key junction of global trade. In order to contribute to the existing efforts towards the utilization of these potentials for growth in the region, the study at hand thus aims to give concrete recommendations on structural reforms to stimulate potentials for economic growth and inclusive development.

Authors: Hedi Larbi and Lars Christensen

 

 

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