9780700713660

The State and Global Change: The Political Economy of Transition in the Middle East and north Africa

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  • ISBN13:

    9780700713660

  • ISBN10:

    0700713662

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2000-11-23
  • Publisher: RoutledgeCurzon
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Summary

A re-thinking of the main issues, revolving around the themes of the rationale and strategies for reform, the process and its outcomes, and the nature of the state in the changing global setting.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Notes on the Contributors xi
Introduction
1(14)
Part I: Logic of and Strategies for Transformation
Missing Links: Institutional Capability, Policy Reform, and Growth in the Middle East and North Africa
15(44)
John Page
Linda Van Gelder
Structural Obstacles to Economic Adjustment in the MENA Region: The International Trade Aspects
59(21)
Massoud Karshenas
From MENA to East Asia and Back: Lessons of Globalization, Crisis and Economic Reform
80(31)
Hassan Hakimian
Part II: Processes and Outcomes
The Politics of Economic Liberalization: Comparing Egypt and Syria
111(24)
Raymond Hinnebusch
Economic Reform and the State in Tunisia
135(21)
Emma C. Murphy
International and Regional Environments and State Transformation in Some Arab Countries
156(22)
Mustapha Al-Sayyid
Restructuring the Public Sector in Post-1980 Turkey: An Assessment
178(33)
Oktar Turel
Part III: Rethinking the State and Global Change
States, Elites and the `Management of Change'
211(21)
Charles Tripp
The Middle Eastern State: Repositioning not Retreat?
232(16)
Roger Owen
Global Change, Interdependence and State Autonomy: A View from the MENA Region
248(16)
Ziba Moshaver
Index 264

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