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Plane Patrick

Plane Patrick

Directeur de recherche CNRS, Patrick Plane est professeur associé et membre du Comité scientifique de l’Université d’Auvergne. Il est également membre du réseau «Analyse économique et développement» de l’Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) et a été directeur du Cerdi entre 2000 et 2013. Il est spécialiste des thèmes de recherche liés aux réformes des entreprises publiques et processus de privatisation dans les pays en voie de développement, la compétitivité et politique du taux de change, l’économie industrielle, l’analyse de la productivité des firmes manufacturières et l’intégration à l’économie mondiale. Il est responsable du programme Observatoire de la compétitivité durable à la Ferdi et participe aux travaux dans le cadre des partenariats avec l’UEMOA et la CEMAC.

Patrick Plane, CNRS Research Director, is an associate professor and member of the Scientific Committee of the University of Auvergne. He is also a member of the “Economic Analysis and Development” network of the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) and was Director of Cerdi between 2000 and 2013. He specializes in research topics related to public enterprise reforms and privatization processes in developing countries, competitiveness and exchange rate policy, the industrial economy, productivity analysis of manufacturing firms and integration into the global economy. He is responsible for the Sustainable Competitiveness Observatory programme at Ferdi and participates in the work within the framework of partnerships with UEMOA and CEMAC.

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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