Informality in MENA: A Pressing Issue for Inclusive Growth
Webinar organized by the World Bank Group
Karim El Aynaoui, Executive President of the Policy Center for the New South, is a featured speaker at the online panel under the theme: "Informality in MENA: A Pressing Issue for Inclusive Growth”.
This online convening, organized by the World Bank Group, delves into the pressing issues surrounding informality in the MENA region and its impact on inclusive growth. As the region faces various economic challenges, including those from the COVID-19 pandemic and geopolitical tensions, the subject of informality becomes increasingly crucial for policymakers.
Other speakers include leading experts such as Nadir Abdellatif Mohammed, Regional Director for MENA at the World Bank; Gladys Lopez Acevedo, Lead Economist at the World Bank’s Poverty and Equity Practice; Nistha Sinha, Senior Economist at the World Bank; Marco Ranzani, Senior Economist at the World Bank; and Ragui Assaad, Professor specializing in labor policy in developing countries. These experts focus on equitable growth, social protection, and labor markets.
This event takes place online.