Following the adhesion of the 8 new members in the FEMISE Network, as of the 1st of March 2018, FEMISE is pleased to announce that the number of network members reached 104 members’ institutes: 57 from the North and 47 from the South.
This is a vote of confidence to FEMISE who is developing into the largest EU-Med network in the region, with an increasing numbers of researchers from both shores who are working together for the development and integration of the region and an increasing number of contacts from policy makers and international organisations.
The new eight members are:
The German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)
The Institute of Economic and Social Development Studies (IEDES), University of Paris 1 Panthéon–Sorbonne, Paris, France.
Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University (USMBA) of Fez, Morocco.
TOBB University of Eocnomics and Technology, Ankara, Turkey.
L’Observatoire des Pratiques des Entrepreneurs et des Entreprises (OPEE).
Faculty of Business Administration at GEBZE Technical University, Turkey.
Department of Political Science and International Relations (PEDIS) – University of the Peloponnese, Greece.
Loughborough University, UK.
Forum Euroméditerranéen des Instituts de Sciences Économiques (FEMISE)(the Euro-Mediterranean Forum of Institutes of Economic Sciences), is a Euro-Med network established in June 2005 as an NGO. The network gathers more than 100 members of economic research institutes, representing the 37 partners of the Barcelona Process. FEMISE is coordinated by the Economic Research Forum (ERF), Egypt and Institut de la Méditerranée (IM), France.
FEMISE is an Association that receives EU-funding, aiming through its activities to contribute to the reinforcement of dialogue on economic and financial issues in the Euro-Mediterranean partnership, within the framework of the European Neighbourhood Policy and the Union for the Mediterranean. More specifically, it seeks to improve understanding of the priority stakes in the economic and social spheres, and their repercussions on the Mediterranean partners in the framework of their implementation of EU Association Agreements and Action Plans.