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Mohammed Rachid Doukkali

Prof. Doukkali is also was the coordinator of the Economics and Social Sciences Doctorate (Ph.D.) program and the coordinator of the Research Unit of Economics and Social Sciences Applied to Agriculture (UR-SESAA). He is the actual president of the Moroccan Association of Agricultural Economics (AMAEco) and an associate member of the General Council of Agricultural Development of Morocco. 

Karim El Aynaoui

From 2005 to 2012, Mr. El Aynaoui worked at Bank Al-Maghrib, the Central Bank of Morocco. He was the Director of Economics and International Relations, where he provided strategic leadership in defining and supporting monetary policy analysis and strategy. He was also in charge of the Statistical and International Relations Divisions of the Central Bank, led the research division and was a member of the Governor’s Cabinet.

Mohcine Jazouli

During his 25 years of experience, Mohcine Jazouli has advised large institutions and state-owned companies. He has also advised African governments in the design and deployment of their sector strategies.

Analyse macroénonomique et politiques de stabilisation

Pierre-Richard Agénor | February 20, 2019

L'importance de la stabilité macroéconomique et financière pour l'amélioration à long terme des niveaux de vie a conduit à un profond renouvellement de l'analyse macroéconomique dans les pays en développement, tant sur le plan analytique qu'empirique.

Pour la première fois, le présent ouvrage fournit au public francophone un traitement approfondi et rigoureux des questions actuelles liées à l'analyse et à la gestion macroéconomique dans ces pays. Cette macroéconomie du développement souligne la nécessité de prendre systématiquement en compte les principales caractéristiques structurelles des pays en développement pour l'analyse économique. La perspective sous-jacente est que ces caractéristiques jouent un rôle essentiel à la fois dans la transmission des chocs de politique économique et dans la réponse des agents aux politiques macroéconomiques. Il est donc indispensable de les prendre en compte dans la conception des modèles destinés à guider la gestion macroéconomique.

Joseph Hammond

He is the moderator the Commonwealth Africa Initiative and is also a member of the African Union’s iDove initiative – a grassroots youth effort to counter violent extremism on the continent. A former Cairo correspondent for Radio Free Europe during the Arab Spring, Mr. Hammond has also reported from four continents on issues ranging from the Arab Spring to the M23 rebellion in the Eastern Congo.

Mr. Ibraheem Sanusi

Through his leadership of the citizens’ engagement work of the AGA, the AU launched the ‘#DGTrends’ – Democratic Governance Trends as a trend monitoring tool aimed at broadening African citizen’s engagement and interaction with the AU Organs and Institutions with democratic governance mandates. Since 2013 till date, the DGtrends campaign has focused on galvanising citizen’s support for the AU Agenda 2063 and particularly its aspirations for democracy, peace and prosperity.

Mr. Mohamed Salem Zein El Abidine

He worked for two years as a statistician at the National Office of Statistics and the Central Bank of Mauritania and then joined the Markets Department as an analyst of the bank's foreign currency portfolio. Over 10 years, he played an important role in modernizing the management of foreign reserves and aiming to upgrade the local money market.

Ms. Silindile Nanzile Mlilo

She has earned a Bachelor of Social Work, and an MA in Human Rights from the University of Fort Hare in South Africa, respectively. She followed this by completing a two-year mobility Erasmus Mundus MA in Advanced Development in Social Work, from the University of Lincoln, Aalborg University, Instituto Superior de Ciencias Sociais e Politicas, Universidade De Lisboa and Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Defense.

Mr. Davi Miller

In 2019, Davi will be joining Medium, a start-up focused on building a platform where ideas are rewarded based on the value they provide to readers, not the fleeting attention they can attract for advertisers.

Mr. Santiago Martinez Jaramillo

He is the founder of Cómo Lo Cambiarías, an organization that has brought xxi century skills to schools in Colombia and Diseña Tu País, a creative think-do tank that is incubating innovative projects for Colombian pressing issues which was created in alliance with Stanford University. He was selected in 2016 as a Young Leader of the Americas by President Obama and has been a delegate for United Nations scenarios and civil society fellow with IMF. Santiago is a TEDx Speaker, One Young World Ambassador, and Kairos fellow.


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