The Tunisian Economy and theDemocratic TransitionZouhair Ben Larbi, Sami Ben Mansour (Tunisia)The Economic Implications of...
The tunisian economy and the democratic transitionTunisian Revolution : How everything started .. An    unemployed young ...
The tunisian economy and the democratic transitionObstacles to the Private initiative andInvestment Predation   Economy ...
The tunisian economy and the democratic transitionObstacles to private initiative and investment(2)   Endemic corruption ...
The tunisian economy and the democratic transitionEconomic transition Entrepreneurship     stand by Stagnation    & cont...
The tunisian economy and the democratic transitionDevelopment conditions of entrepreneurshipin the new Tunisian Democracy...
The tunisian economy and the democratic transition23 october : New Constitution to build-upDemocratyA    democratic state...
References Baccar    Gherib, Ayssen Makni, « Economie    politique de la transition démocratique »,    Observatoire tunis...
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The Tunisian Economy and the Democratic Transition

  1. 1. The Tunisian Economy and theDemocratic TransitionZouhair Ben Larbi, Sami Ben Mansour (Tunisia)The Economic Implications of the Arab Spring : Opportunitiesand Challenges for Free Markets PoliciesBeirut (Lebanon), October 19 to 22, 2011
  2. 2. The tunisian economy and the democratic transitionTunisian Revolution : How everything started .. An unemployed young man with a vegetable trolley sends Ben Ali to KSA without a trolley Popular revolution unifying all currents under a unique motto : Freedom & Dignity2
  3. 3. The tunisian economy and the democratic transitionObstacles to the Private initiative andInvestment Predation Economy Mafia Phenomena Nepotism Failure to comply with law Unpredictable Judiciary system3
  4. 4. The tunisian economy and the democratic transitionObstacles to private initiative and investment(2) Endemic corruption within public administration and business Unequal development Substantial bureaucracy General Business Climate was viciated 200 000 job opportunities lost between 1995-20104
  5. 5. The tunisian economy and the democratic transitionEconomic transition Entrepreneurship stand by Stagnation & contaction of the economic activity Budget deficit + Commercial exchange overdraft Decrease of : - Production - Investment5 - Currency reserve
  6. 6. The tunisian economy and the democratic transitionDevelopment conditions of entrepreneurshipin the new Tunisian Democracy Private companies are the N° 1 Job creator Economic rehabilitation Integration perspectives Tunisia / Libya Renewal of the Patronat Encouragement of domestic investment Economic development favorised by international financial institutions6
  7. 7. The tunisian economy and the democratic transition23 october : New Constitution to build-upDemocratyA democratic state : TransparencyA state under the rule of law : clear rules and an independant justice Fight against corruption End of the grip of the Mafias on the economy Liberation of private initiative7
  8. 8. References Baccar Gherib, Ayssen Makni, « Economie politique de la transition démocratique », Observatoire tunisien de la transition démocratique, October 2011« Democratic Transition / défis socio- economic challenges : experiences international, success and retained outcome", International Round Table of the UNDP, June 3rd 20118

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