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MEDPRO - Prospective Analysis for the Mediterranean Region

By considering a wide range of political, social, environmental and economic interactions, MEDPRO aims to put forward a number of alternative scenarios that can be expected to arise by 2025 in the region.  MEDPRO findings will provide the foundations for future policy on social and economic sustainable development, and depict the role of the EU in providing new avenues for the future of EU-Mediterranean Partnership.

The MEDPRO project aims at helping the reform process by enhancing the level of information on the challenges and providing deeper insight into the policy options. This will be accomplished through an exceptional dissemination effort in MED11 countries provided by FEMISE network, in cooperation with CEPS, locally assisted by the FEMISE partner institutes and members of the consortium.

CASE contributes to the overall scientific coordination of the project, and conducts research under the thematic areas of energy and climate change mitigation, economic development, trade and investment, human capital, social protection, inequality, and migration.

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Sponsor: Research Directorate General, Directorate L -Science, Economy and Society

Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels (CEPS)
Institute of Studies for the Integration of Systems (ISIS)
Forum Euro-Méditerranéen des Instituts Economiques (FEMISE)
Institute of Computers and Communications Systems- E3M lab , National Technical University of Athens (ICCS)
Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)
Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW)
Cyprus Centre for European and International Affairs (CCEIA)
Institute of International Affairs (IAI)
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM)
Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM)
Centre for Globalisation and Governance (CG&G)
Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari (MAIB)
Institut Marocain des Relations Internationales
Center for Economic and Financial Research and Studies (CEFRS)
Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute (MAS)
Instituto Europeo del Mediterráneo (IEMed)
Institut tunisien de la Compétitivité et des Etudes Quantitatives

The technical paper by Leonor Coutinho (CCEIA) has been published on the MEDPRO-website:
Determinants of Growth and Inflation in Southern Mediterranean Countries

The technical paper by Sübidey Togan has been published on the MEDPRO-website:
The EU-Turkey Customs Union: A Model for Future Euro-Med Integration