Political convergence and governance of sectoral policies in Morocco : strategic analysis

  • Abdelghani Bouayad Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences of Meknes, Moulay Ismail University of Meknes – Morocco
  • Youssef Belhaj Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences of Meknes, Moulay Ismail University of Meknes – Morocco
  • Mohammed Oucherrou Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah Universty of fes, Morocco
Keywords: Convergence, Strategies, Actors, Governance, Public Policies

Abstract

This article provides a contribution to the analysis of the governance of multisectoral strategies in Morocco. It aims to identify the factors that can strengthen the convergence of sectoral policies by questioning the action logic of public and private actors and their impact on the coherence of public policies. The aim is to explore the pattern of interactions between the convergence of strategic public policy variables and the governance mechanisms of multisectoral development strategies.

Under an interpreativist posture, the research methodology adopted is mainly guided by an inductive reasoning that starts in the case study of the Moroccan Export Plus vision as a multidimensional strategy whose mode of governance is structured under a logic of vertical specialization combining different approaches and involving a multitude of public and private actors.

By adopting an actor-based approach, we have opted for the Mactor method as a tool for strategic analysis that allows us to visualize the weight of strategic variables and their impacts on public policy governance. Our investigations have enabled us to understand the role of strategic variables in the governance of sectoral policies in Morocco and to emerge from them the factors likely to strengthen their convergence.

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Published
2021-05-25
How to Cite
Bouayad, A., Belhaj, Y., & Oucherrou, M. (2021). Political convergence and governance of sectoral policies in Morocco : strategic analysis. International Journal of Accounting, Finance, Auditing, Management and Economics, 2(3), 47-65. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4795340
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