December 2, 2018 Ramallah: The Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute (MAS) held last Wednesday its tenth annual development lecture in memory of the late distinguished Palestinian economist, Dr. Yusuf Abdulla Sayigh
November 14, 2018, Ramallah: MAS convened a roundtable at its premises to discuss a background paper titled: “Smuggling and Evasion of Customs Duties: The Cost on the Palestinian Treasury and Domestic Market,
October 24, 2018, Ramallah: MAS convened its regular roundtable on the topic "Have Industrial Estates and Free Zones Succeeded in Attracting Investment?” ......
On August 1, 2018, MAS convened a roundtable at its office in Ramallah to discuss a background paper prepared on the subject of, "Pricing in the Palestinian Pharmaceutical Market,"
Ramallah, Wednesday, 9 May 2018: In the third session of its Roundtable Program of 2018, MAS examined the competitiveness of the Telecommunication services in Palestine
Ramallah, Tuesday, 24 April 2018: MAS held the second session of its Roundtable program of 2018 at its premises in Ramallah on the bounced cheques phenomenon. Mr. Misyef Jameel
Ramallah, Palestine, 15 April 2018: Yesterday a high-level meeting was convened at the Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute (MAS)
Ramallah, Tuesday, 27 Mar 2018: MAS held the first session of its Roundtable Program for the 2018 year at its premises in Ramallah on the PNA’s budget.
Ramallah, XX December 2017. Today the Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute (MAS) is publishing the “Strategic Review of Food and Nutrition Security in Palestine, 2017”,
Ramallah: The Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute (MAS) held on Wednesday 29th November the ninth annual Yusuf Sayigh Development Lecture.
Ramallah. MAS: The Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute (MAS) has released recently a study entitled (National Trade Policy For Palestine – Analysis Of Tariff And Industrial Policy Options)
August 23, 2017: MAS convened on Wednesday in its office, Ramallah, a roundtable on "Enhancing Franchising Policies as a Tool for Market Regulation,” with participants from public, private and civil society sectors