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- The women’s rights champion. Tunisia’s potential for furthering women’s rights.
- Mari Norbakk / Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway 2016
- Tunisia is a country in the midst of its post-revolutionary transition, and the status and legal position of women since the 2011 Jasmine Revolution is central to this transition. This report addresses the prospects for wo...
- Exploring the determinants of welfare distribution in Tunisia and Egypt using a welfare generation model
- Y. Abid; C. O'Donoghue; D. Sologon / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2016
- The Tunisian revolution quickly sparked a wave of major uprisings in the region, starting from Egypt and spreading to other countries, such as Libya and Syria among others. Not surprisingly, the fuel of uprisings in these coun...
- Introducing the Tunisia Labor Market Panel Survey 2014
- Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2016
- The Egypt Labor Market Panel Surveys (ELMPSs) of 1998, 2006, and 2012 and Jordan Labor Market Panel Survey (JLMPS) of 2010 have become well-recognised data sources for labour market studies in the Middle East and North Africa ...
- Climate resilient development: experience from an African capacity development programme
- The African Ministers' Council on Water 2016
- This learning brief presents insights and lessons learned from a capacity development programme on water security and climate resilient development covering eight countries in Africa Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Ghana, Moza...
- Labor market effects of pension reform: an overlapping generations general equilibrium model applied to Tunisia
- M.B. Othman; M.A. Marouani / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2016
- The problem of the sustainability of pay-as-you-go systems is becoming a serious concern for developing countries characterised by rapid demographic transitions and this problem will grow exponentially if nothing is ...
- Empowering drylands women
- Drylands Development Centre, UNDP 2014
- The Integrated Drylands Development Programme (IDDP) is a global UNDP initiative to promote sustainable development in the drylands, and advance the implementation of the UN Convention to Combat Desertification. This topic brief highl...
- The implementation and impact of national qualifications frameworks: report of a study in 16 countries.
- S. Allias / International Labour Organization 2010
- This report aimed to produce empirical evidence and analysis of countries’ experiences of introducing qualifications framework as part of a strategy to achieve skills development and employment goals. A qualifications fra...
- Reforming higher education: access, equity, and financing in Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, and Tunisia
- K. Gyimah-Brempong; P. Ondiege / World Economic Forum 2011
- This chapter in the 2011 Africa Competitiveness Report analyses systems of higher education in Africa using five African countries— Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, and Tunisia— as case studies. Specifically, ...
- Which firms create the most jobs in developing countries?: evidence from Tunisia
- B. Rijkers; H. Arouri; C. Freund / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2015
- Using a unique firm-level dataset covering all private sector enterprises, this paper examines job creation in Tunisia over the period 1996-2010. The aim of the paper is to unveil the mechanisms by which low aggregate employment growt...
- Understanding democratic transition using self-organizing maps: a special focus on Arab spring countries
- H. Haffoudhi; R. Mehdi; G. Abdelkader / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2015
- In December 2010, a popular protest movement erupted in Tunisia and spread to Egypt, Libya, and across the Middle East. However, although “Arab Spring” countries began in roughly similar places, the current paper clarifies...