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STATUT AAYE
Association of African Young Economists / Association des Jeunes Economistes Africains

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STATUT AAYE
Association of African Young Economists / Association des Jeunes Economistes Africains


The relative positive economic growth experienced by most African countries in the recent decade has come with insufficient demand stimulation. The concern of poverty at the forefront of economic policy, the need for inclusive growth and sustainable development, inter alia, brings forward the inevitable question of the monetary policy responsibility. Accordingly, the monetarist theory that focuses on price stability inherently neglects the demand stimulation aspect of economic prosperity.

Since the mid 1980s, the monetarist school driven by its central aim of fighting inflation and maintaining credibility in markets and economic agents has been priority for monetary authorities (especially in Africa). To this effect, while good results in terms of inflation targeting has been achieved in many African countries; economic growth has sometimes been low. Hence, in light of the above, using a statistical and theoretical debate method, the Credible Monetary Policy (CMP)1 paradox is traceable to Africa. Accordingly, with the promising economic environment in Africa, we recommend the promotion of a monetary policy oriented toward improving economic growth under the constraint of price stability.
In light of the above view, there are some note worthy signs such the recent decision by the two CFA zone central banks to either maintain interest rates at a low level or reduce it despite tightening measures of monetary policy taken by the European Central Bank (ECB) earlier in the year. In the same vein, the central bank of South Africa has maintained its policy of low interest rates with an objective of economic expansion.
Since, the 2008 financial crisis, the consolidation of the Federal Reserve´s declared final objective of lowering interest rates and making emergency loans is an eloquent example to reassure African central banks in the choice of the pro-growth monetary policy option.


Rapport de la conférence Internationale ISMA 2016


Le rôle des petites et moyennes entreprises (PME) dans la lutte contre le chômage et la relance de l´activité économique n´est plus à démontrer. Le Cameroun souffre jusqu´à nos jours d´un secteur privé à plus de 90 % constitué de PME peu viables faute de financement, situation qui tend à s´accentuer avec l´avènement des crises financières. L´essor des PME demande donc la mise en oeuvre d´un mécanisme efficace pour leur financement, pierre angulaire de leur santé et de leur épanouissement. Fort de ce constat, ce policy brief, basé sur une étude, propose différentes actions que les acteurs peuvent engager pour résoudre le problème de déficit de financement dont souffrent les PME camerounaises.
Ainsi :
• L´état devrait développer et maintenir une politique d´assainissement et de facilitation des mécanismes de financement des PME ;
• Les promoteurs des PME et entrepreneurs devraient remettre en cause et corriger leurs comportements préjudiciables à la recherche de financement ;
• Et enfin les institutions financières devraient, à l´instar de l´état, faciliter le processus de financement des PME.

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