How to Achieve Inclusive Growth
in Low-Income Countries Wednesday, September 21, 2011
George Akerlof, Senior Resident Scholar, IMF and Koshland Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley
President, Center for Global Development, United States
Mustapha Nabli, Governor, Central Bank of Tunisia, Tunisia
Ray Offenheiser, President, Oxfam America, United States
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Coordinating Minister for the Economy, Finance Minister, Nigeria
Min Zhu, Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
Europe and Central Asia 2011 - The Arab Spring: Impact and Implications
Mustapha Nabli, Central Bank of Tunisia: Tunisia is facing a lot of challenges. The best way to address the many issues ahead is by focusing on governance issue and strengthening our political process
According to Mustapha Nabli, Governor of the Central Bank of Tunisia, successful policies cannot just be taken and implemented from one country to the others. Policies need instead to be adapted and applied according to each country specific situation. In this sense, research capacity building is key in developing countries. Not enough has been done, donors and international organisations should pay more attention to this aspect.
M. K. Nabli tells CBS rfamous reporter Bob Simon how he reacted when he heard the news of the dictator's departure.