Economic Policies for Social Justice

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In Tunisian dialect, this podcast aims to demystify complex economic issues, raise public awareness, and encourage open debate about the economy.

 

Here's an overview of the themes we have already discussed or will soon cover:

"The Tunisian state has always paid its debts." Revisiting a legend that doesn't hold up well after a historical examination.

Introduction to Tunisian debt: An overview of the nature and structure of Tunisian debt and its impact on national policy.

Multilateral projects: How does Tunisia borrow for projects that are sometimes unnecessary? A look at multilateral projects, their costs, and their outcomes.

The debate on Chinese debt: Is Chinese debt really a problem for Tunisia and the Maghreb? How does it compare to other regional debts, and what are borrowing nations seeking?

Tunisia, debt, and the climate: How does Tunisia plan to invest in hydrogen and green electricity for the European market, and what are the benefits for both parties?

The role of the state: How do Tunisian citizens perceive the state and its actions? An exploration of social expectations and challenges posed by bureaucracy and political power.

The IMF: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow: A thorough analysis of the history and the current role of the IMF, exploring its origins at Bretton Woods, its evolution after the end of the Bretton Woods agreements, and its current role in global finance.

In Tunisian dialect, this podcast aims to demystify complex economic issues, raise public awareness, and encourage open debate about the economy.

Here's an overview of the themes we have already discussed or will soon cover:

"The Tunisian state has always paid its debts." Revisiting a legend that doesn't hold up well after a historical examination.

Introduction to Tunisian debt: An overview of the nature and structure of Tunisian debt and its impact on national policy.

Multilateral projects: How does Tunisia borrow for projects that are sometimes unnecessary? A look at multilateral projects, their costs, and their outcomes.

The debate on Chinese debt: Is Chinese debt really a problem for Tunisia and the Maghreb? How does it compare to other regional debts, and what are borrowing nations seeking?

Tunisia, debt, and the climate: How does Tunisia plan to invest in hydrogen and green electricity for the European market, and what are the benefits for both parties?

The role of the state: How do Tunisian citizens perceive the state and its actions? An exploration of social expectations and challenges posed by bureaucracy and political power.

The IMF: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow: A thorough analysis of the history and the current role of the IMF, exploring its origins at Bretton Woods, its evolution after the end of the Bretton Woods agreements, and its current role in global finance.

To listen to all the episodes of the podcast, click on this link: https://open.spotify.com/show/1Av9xurtzT7THA15cq7WQr

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