CREM : Madagascar's economists think tank

non-profit organization, not political, governed by the Ordinance 60-133 of 03 oct. 1960, the CREM is a "think tank" or think tank, bringing together experts Juniors and Seniors. The CREM publishes proposals in the field of Public Policy and Economics.

A think tank brings together professionals within a formalized structure, systematically produces studies and reports, establishes a link between the world of research and politics, provides academic rigor to the study of contemporary problems.

The CREM "Help to develop policy agendas and erects bridges between knowledge and power". Also, is it only focuses on research and dissemination of working documents, adding this feature a club activity, that is to say they have members in Civil Society, where are organized seminars, seminars and meetings.


  • Technically explain the cyclical and structural changes in the economy through observations, the analysis of economic facts ;
  • Train citizens and Malagasy Civil Society enmatière good economic and financial governance ;
  • Experts give opinions on the results of public policies ;
  • Training future leaders and attend the different managers of SMEs in improving the country's economic growth ;
  • Assist operators in the development of Production Sectors.


  • Generates simple and appropriate ideas for Public Policy
  • Organizes the "Thursday CREM"(last Thursday of each month), a conference debate on national daily news theme and / or international
  • Publishes annual reviews;
  • Economists brings together all the goodwill around these objectives,
  • Constitute research teams, study, expertise and advice.
  • Plans to organize seminars and national seminars on key topics in economic development.
  • Develop relations of its members with the other associations of national and foreign Economists