The Faculty Research Laboratories

 

The Faculty Research Laboratories

 


 

Laboratory of:

Partnership & Investment in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) within the Euro – Maghreb Space

 


 

This lab:

  • was founded in 2002;
  • is head mastered by Dean, Pr. mouhamed bouhezza;
  • includes 31 researchers.
     

Research teams:

  • Team 1: Mechanisms of the Euro - Maghreb partnership activation.
  • Team 2:  Promoting the Euro - Maghreb direct foreign investments.
  • Team 3: The progress of the Euro – Maghreb SMES financing modes
  • Team 4: finance resources for the Euro - Maghreb partnership development (MIDA program).
  • Team 5: legal ways to develop and promote investment.
  • Team 6: Means of investment controversy compromise.

 

The laboratory objectives:

  • To establish a deep understanding about  partnership as a modern investment mode, and to  achieve  micro- economic stability;
  • To activate the Maghreb production using the production and management techniques used in the European enterprises;
  • To analyze the political and economic determinants of direct foreign investments;
  • Ways of activating the direct foreign investments  within the  Euro – Maghreb environment;
  • To help finding solutions to the SMEs  investment financing problems;
  • To improve the financial institutions’ competence and strengthen the production units by the proposed finance mixture;
  • To evaluate the results and the effects of the MIDA program;
  • To forecast the MEDA program future.

 


 

Laboratory of:

the Algerian capital evaluation within globalization

 


 

This lab:

  • was founded in 2009;
  • is head mastered by:  Pr. Mahfoud Djebbar;
  • includes 17 researchers.

 

Research teams:

  • Team 1: Experimental studies for the Algerian financial markets and their development within  the financial globalization
  • Team 2:  The effectiveness of the financial markets and their impact on the economic development.
  • Team 3: the Algerian financial and banking institutions vs the world economic and financial changes.
  • Team 4: financial and economic crises and their effects on the developing countries ; Algeria as a case study.

 

 

The laboratory objectives: 

 

  • To find out the obstacles and drawbacks  of the Algerian financial system, and adapt  them to the national economic changes within globalization;
  • To highlight  the importance of the capital markets in covering  the national economic financing needs;
  • To study the influence of the of financial markets’ effectiveness on the economic development;
  • To manage the financial Portfolio as well as the financial risk management within the financial globalization;
  • To study the impact of the financial and economic crises on the developing economies. 

 


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