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Morocco’s excessive geographic export concentration

Uri Dadush , Hamza Saoudi | November 05, 2019

In this brief, we review the evidence on Morocco’s export concentration, discuss its causes, and then draw some policy implications. The main...

State Failure and Rebel Governance in Africa

Hisham Aidi | November 05, 2019

Since 2013, armed conflict has raged in the Central African Republic, between the largely Muslim Seleka rebels and the predominantly Christian...

Towards a fertilizer policy for smallholder agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa : The critical importance of taking a holistic approach

Isabelle Tsakok | October 30, 2019

Subsidizing fertilizer prices has been a popular policy tool to increase fertilizer use, but should it be? The main message of this Policy Brief is...

The Rationale behind India’s Shift to Africa

Samuel Arnaud , Ihssane Guennoun | October 28, 2019

Africa, as a continent of economic opportunities, is attracting foreign players. In this context, India is emerging as an important partner,...

China’s Belt and Road Initiative: How has China’s energy security changed over the past decade?

Mehmet Öğütçü | October 21, 2019

Decades of rapid economic growth have dramatically expanded China’s energy needs. The magnitudes are impressive. China is now the world’s largest...

The critical importance of land and water

Isabelle Tsakok | October 15, 2019

If the concern is solely to increase fertilizer use by Sub-Saharan Africa’s smallholders, price subsidy for inorganic fertilizer can be effective....

Tribal Dynamics in the Sahel

Rida Lyammouri | October 09, 2019

This paper suggests that tribal dynamics of power structure are key in reestablishing peace and development in the region. The Sahel region’s...

Inequality in Morocco: An International Perspective

Uri Dadush , Hamza Saoudi | October 09, 2019

Income inequality is high in Morocco. In 2013, the share of national income of the richest 10% in Morocco stood at nearly 32%, 12 times higher than...

La Russie en Afrique Renouvellement d’une ancienne relation ou création d’une nouvelle ?

Abdelhak Bassou | October 03, 2019

La Russie et l’Afrique se connaissent depuis le XVe siècle. Leurs liens se sont renforcés et officialisés à partir du 19ème siècle et, depuis, l’...

Taux de Change Fixe / Taux de Change Flottant Le cas du Maroc

Henri-Louis Vedie | September 24, 2019

En pleine transition ordonnée de son régime de change, sous l'autorité bienveillante du Fonds monétaire international (FMI), le Royaume du...

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