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Add to Calendar 2018-02-22 09:00 2018-02-22 17:30 Africa/Casablanca Colloque : Ouverture, productivité et croissance économique au Maroc Le Laboratoire d’Economie Appliquée de l’Université Mohamed V de Rabat organisera en partenariat avec OCP Policy Center et Le Centre National de Recherche Scientifique et Technique (CNRST), le jeudi 22 Février 2018, un colloque autour du thème «Ouverture, productivité et croissance économique au Maroc ». Not specified OCP Policy Center contact@ocppc.ma false YYYY-MM-DD
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Colloque : Ouverture, productivité et croissance économique au Maroc

Le Laboratoire d’Economie Appliquée de l’Université Mohamed V de Rabat organisera en partenariat avec OCP Policy Center et Le Centre National de Recherche Scientifique et Technique (CNRST), le jeudi 22 Février 2018, un colloque autour du thème «Ouverture, productivité et croissance économique au Maroc ».

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Add to Calendar 2018-02-12 16:00 2018-02-12 18:00 Africa/Casablanca Conférence "Diplomatie économique et politique: bilan des trois années au pouvoir du président nigérian Buhari et perspectives pour 2018" OCP Policy Center, Rabat.  By invitation only Muhammadu Buhari fait face à un affaiblissement de la politique étrangère du Nigeria. Cependant, le géant d'Afrique de l'Ouest possède suffisamment de cartes dans son jeux pour rester incontournable dans le règlement des conflits et dossiers épineux au sein de la Cedeao et de l'Union africaine OCP Policy Center, Rabat OCP Policy Center contact@ocppc.ma false YYYY-MM-DD
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Conférence "Diplomatie économique et politique: bilan des trois années au pouvoir du président nigérian Buhari et perspectives pour 2018"

OCP Policy Center, Rabat.  By invitation only

Muhammadu Buhari fait face à un affaiblissement de la politique étrangère du Nigeria. Cependant, le géant d'Afrique de l'Ouest possède suffisamment de cartes dans son jeux pour rester incontournable dans le règlement des conflits et dossiers épineux au sein de la Cedeao et de l'Union africaine

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Add to Calendar 2018-01-25 10:00 2018-01-25 17:15 Africa/Casablanca African Middle Classes Beyond the Buzz: Economic, Social and Political Dynamics Paris, France “African middle classes”, popularized by the 2011 African Development Bank report, often stand as a symbol of the economic and demographic dynamism of the continent. Their announced emergence feeds into a certain number of expectations in the economic and political spheres: growth driven by domestic demand, potential new markets, democratization, and so on. Yet, the category “... Paris, France OCP Policy Center contact@ocppc.ma false YYYY-MM-DD
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African Middle Classes Beyond the Buzz: Economic, Social and Political Dynamics

Paris, France

“African middle classes”, popularized by the 2011 African Development Bank report, often stand as a symbol of the economic and demographic dynamism of the continent. Their announced emergence feeds into a certain number of expectations in the economic and political spheres: growth driven by domestic demand, potential new markets, democratization, and so on. Yet, the category “African middle class” and associated interpretations must be considered carefully. In Africa, as elsewhere in the world, the notion of middle class remains controversial: consensus is lacking on both, its definition and its criteria. Polysemous, vague, and encompassing, the term can cover a wide range of socio-economic situations. 

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Add to Calendar 2018-01-10 10:45 2018-01-10 14:15 Africa/Casablanca The Growth Engine for Africa— From a Water Perspective Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Boston As we peer into the future, there are a number of development challenges that require an exploration of the interconnections among water, energy, and food.  Countries still struggling with provision of basic services and that have not yet adapted well to historical climate variability face the additional challenges of growing needs and climate change... Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Boston OCP Policy Center contact@ocppc.ma false YYYY-MM-DD
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The Growth Engine for Africa— From a Water Perspective

Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Boston

As we peer into the future, there are a number of development challenges that require an exploration of the interconnections among water, energy, and food.  Countries still struggling with provision of basic services and that have not yet adapted well to historical climate variability face the additional challenges of growing needs and climate change.  Several regions in the world are facing unprecedented challenges in frequent and severe drought, water security, high energy production costs, food security and evolving climate conditions to countries of high and low GDP alike.  These changes are not merely limited to the biophysical ecosystems, but also socio-economic systems in complex ways.  This has real impact on local and regional economic value added and at a larger scale on the country’s GDP.  These different aspects are converging within the Nexus of Water-Energy-Food. The application of these approaches to address the Nexus manifest itself through three sectoral approaches: water resources, energy production and agriculture development.

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