Agriculture, Climate Change and Technology


1:30 pm May 2022
Add to Calendar 2022-05-17 13:30:00 2023-06-05 03:54:25 Agriculture, Climate Change and Technology Description Location Policy Center Policy Center Africa/Casablanca public

Karim El Aynaoui, Executive President of the Policy Center for the New South, will be chairing on May 17, 2022 a panel under the theme “Agriculture, Climate Change and Technology” within the framework of the 2022 Global Meeting of the Emerging Markets Forum focusing on the thematic “Navigating in a Fast Moving and Turbulent World”. This event is organized in Paris, France by the Emerging Markets Forum in partnership with Banque de France.

The forum is an opportunity to discuss and debate the new economic and social challenges revealed by the pandemic but also the impact of the current geopolitical tensions on the world economy. It will also be the opportunity to take a close look at the findings and proposals of the book “Envisioning 2060: Opportunities and Risks for Emerging Markets”, latest publication of the Emerging Markets Forum, which gives a long term perspective of the likely evolution of the economic and social landscape of emerging market economies In the context of prospects of the global economy as a whole.

Karim El Aynaoui
Executive President
Executive President of the Policy Center for the New South; Executive Vice-President of the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University and Dean of its Social Sciences, Economics and Humanities Cluster.   Karim El Aynaoui is an Economist. From 2005 to 2012, he worked at the Central Bank of Morocco where he held the position of Director of Economics, Statistics and International Relations. At the Central Bank of Morocco, he was in charge of the Research Department and equally a member of the Governor’s Cabinet. Previously, he worked for eight years at the World Bank as an Economist for its regional units of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) as well as Africa.   Karim El Aynaoui has published books and journal articles on macroeconomic issues in developing countries. His rece ...