At the initiative of the Cercle des économistes, the Dakar International Conference on "Sustainable Development & Sustainable Debt: Finding the Right Balance" was held on 2 December 2019. This day of reflection, co-organized by the President of Senegal, the . . .
Inspired by Les Rencontres d’Aix-en-Provence in France, the first edition of Les Rencontres Économiques in Singapore - France-Singapore Economic Forum -will be organize by le Cercle des économistes, in collaboration with ESSEC Business School, the Economic Society . . .
Roundtable Cercle des économistes – Energy Transition: A Model of Society? Energy transition, at the heart of the fight against climate change, is a change of the global “economic model” responding to the need to produce wealth while emitting less CO2 . . .
For three days, 220 people from 30 different countries and a wide diversity of backgrounds have talked about employment as a source of wealth and opportunity. On Friday, the general framework of the three-day meeting was established. On Saturday . . .
“What contribution the Social and Solidarity Economy can it provide to the development in the Mediterranean ?” Organization: The tenth conference of RV Med, organized by the Institute of the Mediterranean/Femise & the Cercle des économistes will be held in . . .
After a long period of economic development and expansion, the world is at a turning point in its history. The 14th annual conference of “Les Rencontres économiques d’Aix-en-Provence” was focused on the topic "invest and invent tomorrow . . .
The Cercle des économistes organised the first edition of the Rencontres Économiques de Casablanca with the topic : « Is Africa the World's Future ? ». These Rencontres were held onthe 9th and 10th of April at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Initiated by . . .
“For a Mediterranean of Creativity and Innovation: an ambition for the Youth” The 9th Economic Rendezvous of the Mediterranean were held at the Villa Méditerranée in Marseille on Saturday, November 9th, 2013 concluding the Mediterranean Economic Week in . . .
The World Economy, between Emergencies and the Long Term The world economy has a past, a present, and a future. But it is also made up of a myriad of different approaches to time. Countries, cultures, sectors of activity conform . . .
"New powers, new economic programs in the Mediterranean" Rarely the situation of the Mediterranean has seemed so uncertain. On one side the unprecedented economic crisis and on the other a political revolution which seeks stability. This exceptional situation should allow . . .