Conference

Madagascar's economic takeoff conditions

The conditions for economic take-off Madagascar were
the focus of debate. The forum highlighted especially at first, the preconditions for economic takeoff, which unfortunately are often misunderstood by the public. In a second time, debate
is open about existing extractive political and economic institutions to the detriment of the interest
General population.

speaker : Pr. Ravelomanana Marcus

Thursday OF CREM 01 JUNE 2017

The essential lines for a successful industrial policy : – Incentive critical infrastructure such as industrialization: 1) energy: long-term solution for JIRAMA 2) reform of the banking system that allows credit access especially for P.M.I. 3) Concept of market-oriented economy of scale 4) Setting […]

speaker : Pr. Ravelomanana Marcus

Thursday CREM of March 2017 : “Economic patriotism” or economic patriotism

Economic patriotism induces: mobilization of state, local and business communities to develop or enhance the competitiveness of these in the current context of globalization and tougher competitive relationships. Economic patriotism has two flaps: the defensive, consisting of defining strategic areas to protect, […]

speaker : Dr. RAMILIARISON first

Endogenous Growth

??Object: – explain economic growth from process and microeconomic decisions. – seek the springs of the economy that enable it to grow sustainably ?? The main factors of growth: returns to scale the Research (innovation) The knowledge (KH) The judicious government intervention (developmental state) click here for more information

speaker : Dr RAKOTO DAVID Olivaniaina

The role of the Private Sector in the process of economic development

The failure, as success in the approach to development of a country is almost always attributed to the responsibility of the State and leaders. But the state can really bring change, himself ? Certainly, the public-private partnership starts already giving tangible results, thanks to funds raised by both parties, if we cite only the case of the renovation project of Antsirabe airfield, or the other of being prepared infrastructure projects in the region Vakinankaratra. But the role of the private sector he limited to financial contributions of this kind ? What role does the private sector in the process of economic development ? These questions and these questions will host the Conference-debate organized by the CREM (Reflection Circle of Economists of Madagascar), CCI au Antaninarenina.Bref, the theme deserves everyone's contribution, especially at this time when Madagascar is planning a major relaunch supported by donors and IOC, who want to Great Island, the Indian Ocean attic, according to the declaration made at their meeting with the Malagasy authorities, the 19 and the 20 February 2015.

speaker : Dr. RAMILIARISON first

Qulles Essential Public Policy Development? Can we save Madagascar from this economic slump?

Each peak Growths, Madagascar still experiencing an intense political crisis. CREM offers compelling scientific measures for sustainable development

speaker : Dr Hugues RAJAONSON

Last Thursday CREM 2014

Which Essential Public Policy Development? Peut – you save Madagascar from this economic slump? Lieu: CCIA Antaninarenina Date and Time: Thursday 27 November 2014 from 12 hours to 14 hours

speaker : Dr Hugues RAJAONSON

Endogenous Growth: the case of Madagascar

Endogenous growth considering multiple alternative resources for the long term to explain the technological growth factor evolution.

speaker : Dr RAKOTO DAVID Olivaniaina

Equity: an Economic Policy Objective

• We will start solving today - even in part – this situation if we want to offer the possibility of passing the Economic Policies to be developed by the new leaders of Generations. That is why we propose to opt for both Equity and Sustainability of the objectives of Economic Activities and Development […]

speaker : Dr Hugues RAJAONSON

Identity and Development

The rule of law reigns only selectively
Property rights are non-existent for the vast majority of citizens
The "elites" have unlimited political and economic power
Only a small fraction of the population has access to national education, public health, public safety, credit and productive activities

speaker : Dr Hugues RAJAONSON