3 edition of The politics of economic reform in the Middle East found in the catalog.
The politics of economic reform in the Middle East
|Statement||edited by Henri J. Barkey.|
|Contributions||Barkey, Henri J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
It addresses a series of questions about political change in the context of the revolutions, upheavals and protests that have taken place in North Africa and the Arab Middle East since December , and looks at the various processes have been underway in the region: democratisation (Tunisia), failed democratic transitions (Egypt, Libya and. Economic Crisis and the Politics of Reform in Egypt. by Ray Bush Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, pp. $ Reviewed by Patrick Clawson. Middle East QuarterlyAuthor: Patrick Clawson.
Lebanon is facing unprecedented social and political pressures and economic collapse. The current round of protests began on 17 October when the Minister of Information proposed a daily $ tax on the use of the social media app, WhatsApp, to make phone calls. Middle East & Africa from The Economist. You've seen the news, now discover the story.
Quite the opposite: The growing middle classes across Africa, Asia and the Middle East seem disinclined to push for democratic reform, while segments of Author: David Motadel. Soner Cagaptay is the director of the Turkish Research Programme at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and has authored four volumes, scores of policy briefs and many reports about domestic and international Turkish politics. His latest book, Erdogan’s Empire: Turkey and the Politics of the Middle East, examines Turkey’s.
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This volume explores the role of informal networks in the politics of Middle Eastern economic reform. The editor's introduction demonstrates how network-based models overcome limitations in existing approaches to the politics of economic reform.
The following chapters show how business-state networks in Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Syria, Lebanon Cited by: This volume explores the role of informal networks in the politics of Middle Eastern economic reform. The editor's introduction demonstrates how network-based models overcome limitations in existing approaches to the politics of economic reform.
The following chapters show how business-state. Get this from a library. Networks of privilege in the Middle East: the politics of economic reform revisited. [Steven Heydemann;] -- "This volume explores the role of informal networks in the politics of Middle Eastern economic reform.
The editor's introduction demonstrates how network-based models overcome limitations in existing. Best Sellers in Middle Eastern Politics #1. and the Forty-Year Rivalry That Unraveled Culture, Religion, and Collective Memory in the Middle East Kim Ghattas.
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Henry it is globalization which is the key to an understanding of economic reform. Through an investigation of the structures of state and civil society, including financial systems, they also demonstrate that there is a Cited by: The editor's introduction demonstrates how network-based models overcome limitations in existing approaches to the politics of economic reform.
The following chapters show how business-state networks in Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan have affected privatization programs and the reform of fiscal policies. The Middle East Policy Council is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to contribute to American understanding of the political, economic and cultural issues that affect U.S.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The book is impressive in both breadth and depth as it offers incisive analyses on significant issues related to business politics across the Middle East, especially insofar as public and private sector reforms and the uprisings are concerned.
This new edition of the best-selling Politics in the Middle East is an analysis of systems and processes in Middle Eastern politics that focuses on the themes of power, stratification, and development.
Special emphasis is placed upon the forces of social change as they sweep across the region. This study also includes emphasis on such important issues as the role of civil society, the patterns.
Book Description. Drawing on various perspectives and analysis, the Handbook problematizes Middle East politics through an interdisciplinary prism, seeking a melioristic account of the field.
Thematically organized, the chapters address political, social, and historical questions by showcasing both theoretical and empirical insights, all of which are represented in a style that ease readers.
This integrated, analytic text presents a comprehensive analysis of the transformation of the political economy of the entire contemporary Middle East region over the past several decades.
As did the first edition, this new edition, extensively rewritten and revised, stresses how different development strategies have contributed to the creation of powerful interests that now often block needed. ‘Reconstructing the Middle East’ examines the changes that happened within the region from and the long-term challenges and opportunities they present.
Featuring the work of authors with a diversity of perspectives, most of whom hail from the region, it addresses key issues of political, economic and societal changes, the role of young.
“ Survival Strategies versus Democratic Bargaining: The Politics of Economic Reform in Contemporary Egypt ” in The Politics of Economic Reform in the Middle East, edited by Barkey, Henri, 73 – Cited by: 1. Product Information. Egypt and the Politics of Change in the Arab Middle East is a forward-looking analysis of the relationship between economic and political reform in Egypt, and of the evolving nature of Arab society and political culture both in Egypt and elsewhere.
An excellent supplementary reading to Deegan's book is James Bill/Robert Springborg Politics in the Middle East,in which trade-offs and paradoxes such as economic growth vs. political decay and political growth vs.
economic decay are carefully elaborated. The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) continues to be buffeted by social unrest, war and terrorism. As these difficulties have intensified, the region's problems have increasingly spilled over its borders, exemplified by the flood of refugees into the EU and the growing global threat posed by an extreme jihadi group, Islamic State (IS), despite its recent territorial losses in Syria and Iraq.
Middle East, however, politics is also the competition of identities. This sometimes obsessive search for authenticity does not fit the neat models of the political scientists and has left the politics of the Middle East difficult to understand and predict.
In this crisis of identities, the prospects for democracy, ecoFile Size: 2MB. A guide to Middle East politics in From Egypt to Syria, Palestine to Iraq, the hopes of the Arab spring lie in tatters. And with the latest conflict in Gaza, the Middle East is more violent.
Book Review: Business Politics In The Middle East Written by LSE’s Dr Steffen Hertog, this book explores the relationship between businesses and political regimes in the region. LifestyleAuthor: Aarti Nagraj. The economy of the Middle East is very diverse, with national economies ranging from hydrocarbon-exporting rentiers to centralized socialist economies and free-market economies.
The region is best known for oil production and export, which significantly impacts the entire region through the wealth it generates and through labor utilization. There was no need to follow a sequence—economic reform first, democracy later—or meet a long list of prerequisites.
Arabs, it turns out, did not have to wait for democracy. More importantly.POLITICS, GOVERNANCE, AND STATE-SOCIETY RELATIONS ATLANTIC COUNCIL 1 FOREWORD The Middle East is seeing a century-old political order unravel, an .