4 edition of Economic and political liberalization in the Middle East found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 278-293) and index.
|Statement||edited by Tim Niblock and Emma Murphy.|
|Contributions||Niblock, Tim., Murphy, Emma.|
|LC Classifications||HC415.15 .E25 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 302 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||302|
|LC Control Number||93196966|
This event launches Crony Capitalism in the Middle East: Business and Politics, from Liberalization to the Arab Spring edited by Ishac Diwan, Adeel Malik, and Izak Atiyas. The popular uprisings in that overthrew Arab dictators were also a rebuke to crony capitalism, diverted against both rulers and their allied businessmen who monopolize all economic opportunities. The discovery of vast oil deposits revolutionized the Middle East's economy. More than half of the world's known oil reserves are found in the region, although they are not equally distributed. Saudi Arabia has the largest deposits and is the world's leading oil producer and exporter.
See P. Springborg, ‘The Origins of Liberal Institutions in the Ancient Middle East’, in T. Niblock and E. Murphy (eds.), Economic and Political Liberalization in the Middle East (London: British Academic Press, ), pp. 26– Google ScholarAuthor: Emma C. Murphy. Every economy makes some use of rent, whether derived from property, tourism, natural resources, or other “gifts of nature.” But a rentier state is dependent on revenues generated from the extraction and sale of state-owned natural resources. 3 In one of the oil-exporting states of the Middle East, only 2 or 3 percent of the workforce might be involved in oil extraction.
For an argument similar to the one in this paper that political and economic rationality have not necessarily been irreconcilable in Syria, see Heydemann, Steven, “The Political Logic of Economic Rationality: Selective Stabilization in Syria,” in The Politics of Economic Reform in the Middle East, ed. Barkey, Henri (New York: St. Martins Cited by: The literature dealing with economic liberalization and privatization in the Middle East has grown into a veritable cottage industry. 1 Analysts who study the 1. For the purpose of this paper a mainstream definition of economic liberalization and privatization is used. The former refers to the adoption of a number of measures-most notably the.
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Combining inputs from leading scholars in the field, Crony Capitalism in the Middle East: Business and Politics from Liberalization to the Arab Spring presents a wealth of empirical evidence on the form and function of this aspect of the region.
Crony Capitalism in the Middle East is unique in both its empirical focus and comparative scale. Analysis in individual chapters is empirically grounded and based on fine-grained data on the business activities of politically Brand: Ishac Diwan.
The liberalization of the Turkish economy is a key factor affecting Turkey’s application to join the European Union. This book examines the impact of economic liberalization in Turkey and Turkey’s approach to the elimination of barriers to cturer: Routledge.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: From economic liberalization to international integration: the role of the state / Edith Penrose --The origins of liberal institutions in the ancient Middle East / Patricia Springborg --The links between economic and political liberalization / David Pool --International and domestic factors.
Economic and Political Liberalization in the Middle East; Tim Niblock and Emma Murphy, editors Magda Kandil Ph.D. University of Wisconsin‐Milwaukee. Search for more papers by this author. Magda Kandil Ph.D. University of Wisconsin‐: Magda Kandil.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Contents. Part 1 Themes and issues: from economic liberalization to international integration - the role of the state-- the origins of liberal institutioons in the ancient Middle East-- the links between economic and political liberalization-- international and domestic factors in the economic liberalization process in.
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE MIDDLE EAST ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL LIBERALISATION Download The Political Economy Of The Middle East Economic And Political Liberalisation ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to The Political Economy Of The Middle East Economic And Political Liberalisation book pdf for free. ILIYA HARIK is Professor of Political Science at Indiana University and former Director of the American Research Center in Egypt.
He is author of The Political Mobilization of Peasants: A Study of the Egyptian Community and co-editor (with Louis J. Cantori) of Local Politics and Development in the Middle East. Cronyism predated neoliberal economic reforms in the Middle East associated with the wave of globalization that began to gather momentum in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union.
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The debate about political change and democratic transformation in the Middle East has, in recent years, received more conceptual analysis and theoretical treatment than ever before. This is due to the little systematic work done on the subject in the past and an abundance of ideas about the constraints of Western theoretical approaches to the application of democracy in the Middle East.
In book: The State and Global Change: the political economy of transition in the MIddle East and North Africa., Publisher: Curzon, Editors: Hassan Hakimian and Ziba Moshaver, pp Cite this Author: Raymond Hinnebusch.
Middle classes are not a priori engines of political liberalization. They can readily become the promoters of repressive authoritarianism if they fear for the loss of influence and : David Motadel. Combining inputs from leading scholars in the field, Crony Capitalism in the Middle East: Business and Politics from Liberalization to the Arab Spring presents a wealth of empirical evidence on the form and function of this aspect of the region.
Crony Capitalism in the Middle East is unique in both its empirical focus and comparative cturer: OUP Oxford. A Political Economy of the Middle East is the most comprehensive analysis of the political economy of development in the contemporary Middle East over the past several decades, examining the interaction of economic development processes, state systems, state policies, and social actors in the Middle East.
The liberalization of the Turkish economy is a key factor affecting Turkey’s application to join the European Union.
This book examines the impact of economic liberalization in Turkey and Turkey’s approach to the elimination of barriers to by: 4. Thus, without tested models, without long-term strategies, and amid rising political violence, the Middle East has entered a period of uncertainty.
In part, the successes of recent decades, especially the establishment of a diverse, better-educated middle class with growing expectations, will make the immediate future particularly challenging. Privatization and Liberalization in the Middle East Article (PDF Available) in American Political Science Association 87(4) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The Arab world is experiencing a variety of factors - internal and external - that are leading to change. This work examines such factors that are shaping political liberalisation and democratisation in the Arab context, as well as the role played by particular social groups.2/5(2).
This series explores the nature of Middle Eastern political regimes and their approaches to economic development. In light of the region's distinctive political, social and economic structures and the dramatic changes that took place in the wake of the Arab spring, this series puts forward a critical body of high-quality, research-based scholarship that reflects current political and economic.
This 12 country comparative volume examines the impact of economic structural adjustment programs upon grassroots civil associations and the implications for political liberalization and democratization in the developing countries of Latin America, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.
Privatization and liberalization in the Middle East. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Iliya F Harik; Denis Joseph Sullivan.Through analyzing the complex relationship between processes of economic and political liberalization in the domestic arena - and their repercussions internationally - the contributors to the book develop possible scenarios of the future development of Syria and its role in the Middle East.This book is a must read for any graduate seminar in Middle East politics and/or sociology.
It also should work well in a graduate seminar in Comparative Politics and/or Democratic Theory.' Denis J. Sullivan, International Journal of Middle East Studies,