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Tunisia: Reading Room

December 1, 2014




The World Bank has produced extensive analytical work on issues critical to the success of the transition in Tunisia and future growth and shared prosperity. Following is a selection of the Bank’s most recent reports on Tunisia.
 

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NEW: Tunisia Systematic Country Diagnostic

The report identifies the constraints and opportunities now facing Tunisia, to help guide future development policies focused on promoting inclusive growth and employment. 
 


 

The unfinished revolution : bringing opportunity, good jobs and greater wealth to all Tunisians

Removing economic obstacles in Tunisia could double employment creation to 100,000 new jobs per year, according to the World Bank’s first comprehensive analysis of the economy since the 2011 revolution

 

All in the family : state capture in Tunisia

 World Bank Study details manipulation of regulations by former Tunisian regime officials to enrich a group of privileged insiders by capturing over 21 percent of all private sector profits in the country.

 

Labor Policy to Promote Good Jobs in Tunisia

 Five strategic directives to promote long-term inclusive growth in Tunisia and create more and better jobs.

 

Advancing Tunisia’s global integration Reforms options in the context of deeper integration with the EU

An analysis of the challenges and opportunities in the changing international landscape to advance Tunisia’s integration in a rapidly globalizing world trade environment.

 

Breaking the barriers to youth inclusion                

Comprehensively addressing the legitimate aspirations of Tunisian youth, who continue to face high levels of social and economic exclusion, will be critical for Tunisia to sustain its positive forward momentum.

 

Estimating informal trade across Tunisia's land borders

An assessment of the size of Tunisia’s informal trade with Algeria and Libya and a calculation of the resulting losses in taxes and duties, as well as its impact on local income generation.

 

Towards greater equity : energy subsidies, targeting and social protection in Tunisia

Who really benefits from energy subsidies? How the reform of costly energy subsidies would allow for the re-direction of public funds towards more effective forms of social protection.

 

Broadband Networks in the Middle East and North Africa: Accelerating High-Speed Internet Access

The demand for widespread access to broadband internet, a key driver of economic growth, job creation, and social inclusion, has never been greater in the Arab world. This report takes stock of the existing infrastructure and examines the various regulatory and market bottlenecks that are hampering the growth of the Internet in the region – with an annex dedicated specifically to Tunisia.

 

Doing Business 2015 : going beyond efficiency – Tunisia

The latest data on the ease of starting a business in Tunisia, the progress made in streamlining regulations and how it compares with its country peers.

 

Tunisia in a changing climate : assessment and actions for increased resilience and development

A detailed analysis of the impact of climate change on Tunisia’s people, economic growth and food security – and strategies for reducing vulnerability and adapting to the changing climate.

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Breaking the barriers to youth inclusion                

Comprehensively addressing the legitimate aspirations of Tunisian youth, who continue to face high levels of social and economic exclusion, will be critical for Tunisia to sustain its positive forward momentum.

 

Doing Business 2015 : going beyond efficiency – Tunisia

The latest data on the ease of starting a business in Tunisia, the progress made in streamlining regulations and how it compares with its country peers.

 

Tunisia in a changing climate : assessment and actions for increased resilience and development

 

A detailed analysis of the impact of climate change on Tunisia’s people, economic growth and food security – and strategies for reducing vulnerability and adapting to the changing climate.

Breaking the barriers to youth inclusion                

Comprehensively addressing the legitimate aspirations of Tunisian youth, who continue to face high levels of social and economic exclusion, will be critical for Tunisia to sustain its positive forward momentum.

 

Doing Business 2015 : going beyond efficiency – Tunisia

The latest data on the ease of starting a business in Tunisia, the progress made in streamlining regulations and how it compares with its country peers.

 

Tunisia in a changing climate : assessment and actions for increased resilience and development

 

A detailed analysis of the impact of climate change on Tunisia’s people, economic growth and food security – and strategies for reducing vulnerability and adapting to the changing climate.

Tunisia in a changing climate : assessment and actions for increased resilience and development

 

A detailed analysis of the impact of climate change on Tunisia’s people, economic growth and food security – and strategies for reducing vulnerability and adapting to the changing climate.

Tunisia in a changing climate : assessment and actions for increased resilience and development

 

A detailed analysis of the impact of climate change on Tunisia’s people, economic growth and food security – and strategies for reducing vulnerability and adapting to the changing climate.

Tunisia in a changing climate : assessment and actions for increased resilience and development

 

A detailed analysis of the impact of climate change on Tunisia’s people, economic growth and food security – and strategies for reducing vulnerability and adapting to the changing climate.