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Rabah Arezki
Rabah Arezki is the Chief Economist for the Middle East and North Africa Region at the World Bank.
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Rabah Arezki Feb 20
Annual Bank Conference on Development Economics 2020: Global Unrest via
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Project Syndicate Feb 19
. President Christine wants the bank to tackle , in addition to maintaining price stability. Monetary policymakers in fossil-fuel-exporting economies should follow her lead, says of .
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Rabah Arezki Feb 19
Rethinking monetary policy in oil dependent countries beyond the oil era ⁦⁩ ⁦
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ERF Feb 18
Reforming Arab economies in times of distrust by Rabah Arezki Across the Arabic-speaking world, citizens have once again been taking to the streets. This column, originally published by Brookings, more:
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Rabah Arezki Feb 18
Investing in transparency now will help break the vicious cycle of distrust and lack of accountability in the Arab world
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Rabah Arezki Feb 18
Investing in now will break the vicious cycle of distrust and lack of government accountability in the Arab world
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World Bank MENA Feb 15
To create demand for increasingly educated , the wall of vested interests in countries must be torn down. Check out this piece by: VP & Chief Economist :
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Brookings Global Feb 12
Dramatic economic and social changes are needed to spur economic growth and create jobs for young people in the Middle East and North Africa. explains:
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Rabah Arezki Feb 9
well done Ghassan and team! Delighted to have participated. The regionalization of “fair competition” allows to avoid being bogged down at the local levels.
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CMI Marseille Feb 4
Kicking off our meeting with , Chief Economist who weighs on the high importance of the at times where the is going through radical transformation at all levels
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CMI Marseille Feb 4
"Le renouevellement du contrat social entre les citoyens & les élites passe aujourd'hui par la localisation, la redevabilité des états centraux, par un plus grand debat …. marqué par une digitalization croissante" Chief Economist at
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Brookings Global Jan 30
The rising aspirations of an overwhelmingly educated & young Arab population contrast with the poor performance of governments to modernize their economies & create jobs. explains the the fundamentals of the protests sweeping the Arab world:
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Rabah Arezki Jan 24
Protests will shape the new decade in the MENA, not geopolitics
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Rabah Arezki Jan 22
jumpstarting economies in MENA with 2 arrows for growth policy
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Rabah Arezki Jan 17
Time to invest in transparency and in economic governance to build trust with the citizenry
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Romesh Vaitilingam Dec 3
Rethinking the role of the state in the Middle East & North Africa, & colleagues
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Middle East Institute Dec 10
Distrust fuels protests in the Middle East and North Africa | & of write that more transparent governance & economies are essential to rebuilding trust with the younger generations.
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Romesh Vaitilingam Dec 10
MENA economies: bolder & deeper economic reforms are needed, not least promoting fair competition to complete the transition from an administered economy to a market economy,
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Rabah Arezki Dec 10
Protests in MENa signal distrust of government. A first step to restore trust is transparency in government. More open governments will help in turn foster more open markets. ⁦
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Policy Center for the New South Dec 7
To learn more about mitigation policies and global coordination concerning , check out the book edited by , Patrick Bolton, Karim El Aynaoui and Maurice Obstfeld.
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