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Different Roads to Liberalization: Scenarios for a Moroccan Case Study of the Euro-Mediterannean association agreements

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Based on an earlier study of existing analyses of the EMAAs, we defined two scenarios suited for a quantitative analysis of the EMAAs. Because of the need to rely on existing models, the focus is on analysing the impact of the EMAA on Morocco in detail. In a subsequent study we will use an aggregated representation of other North African MPCs as a reference point to assess whether the conclusions derived for Morocco may be extended to the MPCs as a whole. The two scenarios reflect the current focus on the economic interests of the EU and the political objectives served by the EMAAs. Comparison of these scenarios will provide an idea as to what extent the security concerns of the EU are in conflict with the economic interests of the different EU member states.

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  • Marijke Kuiper & Crescenzo dell' Aquila, 2004. "Different Roads to Liberalization: Scenarios for a Moroccan Case Study of the Euro-Mediterannean association agreements," ENARPRI Working Papers 009, ENARPRI (European Network of Agricultural and Rural Policy Research Institutes).
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    1. Crescenzo dell'Aquila & Marijke Kuiper, 2003. "Which Road to Liberalization? A first assessment of the EuroMed association agreements," ENARPRI Working Papers 002, ENARPRI (European Network of Agricultural and Rural Policy Research Institutes).
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