The Institute strives to gather all the goodwill around African emergence. Indeed, the Institute regularly publishes analyses and studies on African topics and challenges and organizes panels, workshops and conferences dedicated to Africa, with the participation of national and international experts, academics and researchers.
The Institute published the study «Morocco-Africa: 15 recommendations for a responsible and sustainable co-development». Its more recent issue, «Morocco in Africa: The Royal Way», a collective work of reference, highlights the Royal Vision on the partnership between Morocco and various African countries with, on the one hand, the strategies of the Moroccan companies working on the continent and, on the other hand, the macroeconomic and geostrategic data of Africa. This book was handed to His Majesty King Mohammed VI by the President of the Amadeus Institute on the occasion of the National Day of Youth in August 2015.
The Amadeus Institute has particularly distinguished itself through the publication of scientific papers, MEDays annual reports, the Global Growth Outlook report, the Education / Middle Class white paper, the Constitutional Reform Memorandum, the Géopolitik journal (specializing in international relations), as well as various reports, sectoral publications or books.
The Amadeus Institute also publishes its « Amadeus Index of Stability in Africa ». This index aims to give an accurate estimate of the stability challenges and political risks in 54 African countries. The index is based on 18 components regrouped in four groups: political stability, security stability, social stability and environmental stability. The Amadeus index creates a mapping of risks in African countries to help investors with their development strategies in Africa. Moreover, the Amadeus Institute organizes, throughout the year, conferences and workshops on topics of national interest, with the participation of experts, academics and
local researchers. Topics covered include education, the middle class, the development of renewable energies, the Moroccan Sahara, economic growth strategies, the role of Morocco in African economic synergies, and the Moroccan presidency of COP22. In May 2016, a conference was organized on the theme: «Nation Branding: Modeling the Moroccan Brand», with the aim of debating about the construction of a distinctive Moroccan brand, which will enable the Morocco to position itself and compete on the international stage.
Faced with many global economic challenges, the Amadeus Institute organized the “Global Growth Conference” (GGC) in 2013 and 2014, which gathered about 400 economic decision-makers and political leaders. The GGC, exclusively dedicated to economic and geo-economic issues, is a platform dedicated to explore the opportunities and challenges of global growth. The topics addressed at the GGCs have particularly been related to the various dimensions of economic growth, including green growth as a driver of growth, the links between political stability and economic growth, and economic growth through regional integration.
Thus, by proposing in-depth analyses, benchmarks and concrete proposals, the Amadeus Institute aims at establishing a bridge of dialogue between academic circles, opinion leaders, decision-makers and economic operators. These tools are essential for a think tank of international dimension, and allow to share readings and analyses related to national or international questions with a wide audience. Besides creating a debate on priority matters for Morocco and for Southern countries, these documents are also perceived by university students as valuable educational tools and references.