The Arab Institute of Business Managers (IACE) is organizing the 2nd edition of the Tunisia Economic Forum Thursday, April 7, 2016, at the headquarters of IACE on the theme: “public policy Evaluation: Methods and Results”.
The Tunisia Economic Forum is an international event that focuses on major macroeconomic themes for further reflection and action in order to better meet the current challenges faced by Tunisia.
It brings together a mix of profiles, experts, politicians, policy makers, business leaders and representatives of international organizations, to enrich the debate, to learn and to identify necessary solutions.
In continuation of the first edition held in March 2015, which allowed the discussion of a white paper developed by IACE on reforms addressing the importance of methods to ensure successful adoption of policies, this second edition will focus on the evaluation of public policies to allow to adjust them in time and especially a culture of accountability and transparency, both in management and design.
This year IACE bring together more than 300 experts, specialists, and politicians worldwide.
The forum will be opened by Mr. Mohamed Ennaceur, Speaker of the House of People’s Representatives. And discussions will take place in the presence of Mr. Slim Chaker, Finance Minister, Mr. Yassine Brahim, Minister of Development, Investment and International Cooperation, and Mr. Zied Laadhari, Minister of Vocational Training and Employment.
The debates will be enriched by the presence of Mrs. Laure de la Bretesche, Secretary General for the Modernization of Public Action – France, Ana Maria Ruiz Martinez, President of the Agency for Public Policy Evaluation and Quality services (AEVAL) -Spain, Jan Furubo, Member of the Executive Board, European Evaluation Society, Sweden.
The methods of evaluation will be discussed for each phase of the policy cycle, either ex ante, ex post, or in progress, and take as case analysis public employment policies, the new investment code and banking reform.
The objective will, therefore, be to examine methods and remedies designed as best practices and learn from the successes and failures of international experiences.