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Microcredit has rapidly expanded in recent years, providing access to financial services to a large population previously excluded from the financial system. However, whether it helps the poor has been ...
This study has been designed to be complementary to the work carried out by the IPA (Innovations for Poverty Action) / J-PAL (The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab) team. The ...
We tackle the issue of women's activity rates in Morocco by adopting a mixed method approach. Using the 2007 household survey, we find that having a migrant in the household increases ...
When Can Work Performed by Women Become a Factor in Their Empowerment? - Women‘s access to quality employment in Morocco, Tunisia, and Turkey
The employment of women in Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey is not necessarily equated with financial, social and/or political empowerment. Though the three countries share striking similarities as regards the ...
This paper revisits the debate on EuroMediterranean integration to reassess its observed and expected impact on the economic growth of the South and East Mediterranean countries (SEMCs).
Poverty, Access to Credit and the Determinants of Participation in a New Micro-credit Program in Rural Areas of Morocco
This paper describes the economic living conditions of the population in dispersed rural areas of Morocco and analyses their response to the introduction of a new micro-credit program. The first ...
Imagine the southern Mediterranean tomorrow… 245 million people living in urban areas – it’s a huge challenge for this region of the world. The Union for the Mediterranean, the European Union, ...