The Macroeconomic Effects of Labor and Product Market Reforms in Morocco
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KeywordsAccess to foreign markets; Bankruptcy; Banks; Basket of currency peg; Capital; Capital accumulation; Capital flows; Capital formation; Commodity markets; Commodity prices; Competition; Consumption; Corruption; Cost of capital; Credit; Demand; Development; Development sector; Economic conditions; Economic growth; Economic indicators; Economic sectors; Education; Education spending; Emerging markets; Employment; Employment policy; Environment; Equilibrium (Economics); Exchange rate regimes; Exchange rate stability; Export competitiveness; Export diversification; Exports; External shocks; Financial crises; Financial inclusion; Financial sector; Fiscal consolidation; Fiscal position; Fiscal space; Fiscal sustainability; Gender; General equilibrium models; Global competitiveness; Goods; Gross domestic product; Health; Higher education; Hiring; Household consumption; Human capital; Hydrocarbons; Imports; Inclusive growth; Income taxes; Informal sector; Insurance; International reserves; International trade; International trade agreements; Investment; Job creation; Labor; Labor costs; Labor demand; Labor force; Labor force participation; Labor market flexibility; Labor market institutions; Labor market policy; Labor market reforms; Labor market regulations; Labor markets; Labor policy; Labor productivity; Legislation; Lines of credit; Loans; Market economies; Minimum wages; Money; National income; Nonmetropolitan areas; Pensions; Political economy; Population; Potential output; Poverty; Price stabilization; Prices; Private consumption; Private investments; Private sector; Production; Production functions; Productivity; Products; Public debt; Public sector; Real wages; Shadow economy; Social assistance; Social insurance; Social safety nets; Social security; Stocks; Tariffs; Total factor productivity; Trade liberalization; Underemployment; Unemployment; Unemployment insurance; Wages; Women; structural reforms; growth; hiring costs; firms’ entry costs; informal economy; small-open economy; Morocco; WP; entry cost; unemployment benefit; structural reform; Moroccan economy; informal unit;
NEP fieldsThis paper has been announced in the following NEP Reports:
- NEP-ARA-2019-10-28 (MENA - Middle East & North Africa)
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