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Economics of Middle East Peace: A Reassessment Vol: 3

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20 Apr 1999
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
220 pages - 156 x 234 x 14mm
Research in Middle East Economics


This special issue, sponsored by the Middle East Economic Association is the first thematic volume offered in this series. Devoted to the thorny topic of the economic dimensions of peace in the Middle East, it is hoped that this book will clarify some of the main issues confronting different Middle Eastern actors in a post-Oslo world and provide a basis for further inquiry and exploration.
Preface. Introduction (S. Roy). Israeli closure policy: sabotaging sustainable development (S. Abdullah, C. Woodcraft). Beyond Oslo: a viable future for the Palestinian economy (G.T. Abed). The international politics of donor assistance to Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, 1993-1997 (R. Hooper). Peace and the Israeli economy (E. Sagi). Sourcing alliances and open market transactions: trade in goods between Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Economy (E. Sadan). An unforseen rivalry: the peace process and the Jordanian and Palestinian economies (G. Feiler, J. Zaretsky). A caveat for peace: some notes on the vulnerability of Palestinian labor (P. Sullivan). Thoughts on the Arab economies and development efforts at the threshold of the Twenty-First Century (Y.A. Sayigh). About the contributors.

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