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Da Piedade Camille

Da Piedade Camille

Assistant de recherche à la Ferdi, Camille da Piedad travaille au sein du programme Observatoire de la compétitivité durable (OCD). Il est titulaire du magistère de développement économique de l’Ecole d’Economie de l’Université d’Auvergne (UdA-Cerdi), et d’un master en macroéconomie et croissance d’Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE).

Research assistant at Ferdi, Camille da PIEDADE works within the Sustainable Competitiveness Observatory (OCD) programme. He holds a master’s degree in economic development from the Economics school of the University of Auvergne (UdA-Cerdi), and a master’s degree in macroeconomics and growth from the Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE).

Botswana, a dazzling trajectory

The assessment of the sources of attractiveness through the prism of the SCO reveals, despite some geographical handicaps (isolation and aridity of the territory), that Botswana has good governance, strong…

The assessment of the sources of attractiveness through the prism of the SCO reveals, despite some geographical handicaps (isolation and aridity of the territory), that Botswana has good governance, strong human and financial capital, and the infrastructure to stimulate a diversification that will reduce structural dependence on diamonds.

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Mauritius, when the impossible becomes reality…

The Sustainable Competitiveness Observatory (SCO) ranks Mauritius’ attractiveness as the leading African country in 2016, just behind China. The small archipelago of the Indian Ocean does better than South Africa…

The Sustainable Competitiveness Observatory (SCO) ranks Mauritius’ attractiveness as the leading African country in 2016, just behind China. The small archipelago of the Indian Ocean does better than South Africa (2nd) and even more surprisingly better than Brazil and India.

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