Forum Euro-Méditerranéen des Instituts de Sciences Economiques
CMCI, 2 rue Henri Barbusse, 13 241 Marseille cedex 01, France

FEMISE is an EU-Mediterranean network that gathers more than 76 members of economic research institutes, representing the 37 partners of the Barcelona Process. Created in 1997, FEMISE is a French Law non for profit association, coordinated by the Institut de la Méditerranée, (IM, France) and the Economic Research Forum (ERF, Egypt). It was established in June 2005, after eight years of operation under an informal network. The main objectives of FEMISE are to conduct policy research,  to make recommendations with respect to economic relations between Europe and its Mediterranean partners and to disseminate its research output for the benefit of public, private, national and multilateral institutions. One of the main tasks of the network is to undertake socio-economic research on topics defined as priorities for the future of the Euro-Mediterranean region. Since its inception in 1997 within the framework of the EU-Med partnership and the European Neighborhood Policy, the network conducted more than 80 research projects along with a series of Annual Reports on the Euromed Partnership. Through its website, Research Reports and Annual Reports on Euromed Partnership have been widely distributed, showing the quality of the network’s research. FEMISE also organizes an annual conference since 2005, where more than 100 economists from the both sides of the Mediterranean share their point of view on the region’s evolution. 

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CMCI, 2 rue Henri Barbusse 13 241 Marseille
43° 17' 52.152" N, 5° 22' 26.364" E
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