European Training Foundation study : Labour market, skill dynamics and employment policies in Tunisia

European Training Foundation study: Labour market, skill dynamics and employment policies in Tunisia

09 January 2020
This study seeks to explore and analyse the various forms of disequilibrium that characterize the Tunisian labour market. A special attention is given to the qualifications mismatch – what is the extent of the phenomenon and what are the mainly affected domains – and the situation of youth on the…
Key indicators on education, skills and employment 2019

Key indicators on education, skills and employment 2019

27 December 2019
Vocational education is addressing the skills mismatch between what is being taught in traditional secondary education and what is needed in the jobs market. This is one of the findings of the “Key Indicators on Education, Skills and Employment” (KIESE) report, which has just been published by the…
Opinion Poll 2019 – regional overview (factsheet)

Opinion Poll 2019 – regional overview (factsheet)

20 December 2019
Polls highlight positive views of EU partnership across southern Mediterranean Most people in the EU’s southern Mediterranean partners feel the European Union has a very or fairly positive relation with their country and they believe EU financial support to be effective. These are just some of the…
Opinion Poll 2019 - Tunisia (factsheet)

Opinion Poll 2019 - Tunisia (factsheet)

20 December 2019
Poll shows most Tunisians think EU has good relations with their country Around half of Tunisians feel their country has good relations with the European Union, and say the EU has a positive influence on development in their country. 48% of those who knew that the EU provided financial support to…
Opinion Poll 2019 - Israel (factsheet)

Opinion Poll 2019 - Israel (factsheet)

20 December 2019
Israelis share values with the EU, but divided on relations, poll finds Most Israelis feel that the EU and Israel share sufficient common values to cooperate (65%), but they are divided about whether their country actually has good relations with the EU, according to the latest annual opinion poll…
Opinion Poll 2019 (report)

Opinion Poll 2019 (report)

20 December 2019
This opinion poll has been designed to assess the current levels of awareness among the general public about EU support in the Southern Neighbourhood countries, as well as public attitudes towards, and perceptions of the European Union in these countries. A key focus of the study are the…
EMNES Working Paper n°27 – More stabilisation or better allocation : do macroeconomic policies matter for employment?

EMNES Working Paper n°27 – More stabilisation or better allocation : do macroeconomic policies matter for employment?

20 December 2019
This paper analyses the effect of macroeconomic policies on employment. It contributes to the literature in three ways. First, we examine the effect of macroeconomic policies on employment. To do so, we rely on policy tools, rather than policy outcomes, since the former are less endogenous. In…
Portraits – 12 Tunisian success stories

Portraits – 12 Tunisian success stories

12 December 2019
The Delegation of the European Union to Tunisia has published the testimonials of 12 Tunisian women and men who carried out innovative and ambitious actions that led to significant improvements in their professional daily life. “A common point unites these project initiators: at some point in…
“On the Insufficiencies and Dark Side of the Principle of Differentiated Bilateralism”

EuroMeSCo new paper: “On the Insufficiencies and Dark Side of the Principle of Differentiated Bilateralism”

12 November 2019
The EuroMeSCo network of think tanks has released a new paper entitled  “On the Insufficiencies and Dark Side of the Principle of Differentiated Bilateralism”. This paper is part of its activities of the project co-funded by the European Union and the European Institute of the Mediterranean called…
FEMISE Research Paper FEM44-13 - Education Mismatch in North Africa: determinants and impact

FEMISE Research Paper FEM44-13 - Education Mismatch in North Africa: determinants and impact

30 October 2019
Using the SAHWA survey, this paper examines the determinants and impact of the education-job mismatch in three North African countries. The results show that men and low educated workers are more likely to be in an unmatched situation. The presence of unemployed in the household has ambiguous…