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Economic and Political change in Tunisia: From Bourguiba to Ben Ali
List of Tables List of Abbreviations Introduction Economic Liberalization and the State in the Developing World: from Corporatism to Authoritarianism Rise and Fall of the Corporatist State inExpand
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Problematizing Arab Youth: Generational Narratives of Systemic Failure
Arab youth have proved to be an engine for long-awaited political change in the region, but who are they and how should we understand them as a phenomenon rather than simply a social category? ThisExpand
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The Tunisian elections of October 2011: a democratic consensus
In October 2011, Tunisia held its first free and fair elections since independence was gained in 1956. In January the authoritarian ruler, Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali had fled the country, following aExpand
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Economic and political change in Tunisia
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Financial Constraints and Capacity Adjustment in the United Kingdom: Evidence from a Large Panel of Survey Data
The interrelationship between financial constraints and firm activity is a hotly debated issue. The way firms cope with financial constraints is fundamental to the analysis of monetary transmission,Expand
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The Tunisian Mise à Niveau Programme and the Political Economy of Reform
The Arab world has stumped observers in recent decades with its apparent resistance to democratisation. Despite a proliferation of electoral procedures, constitutional reforms and democraticExpand
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The Palestinian Economy: Between Imposed Integration and Voluntary Separation
This book offers the only comprehensive overview of the Palestinian economy in the West Bank and Gaza. It focuses on the unique features of this unusual economy during the last thirty years. UnderExpand
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Palestinians: the making of a people
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Agency and Space: the political impact of information technologies in the Gulf Arab states
Abstract Recent political reforms in the Gulf Arab countries have been variously understood as regime survival strategies, correlates of economic globalisation, and even the end result of US pressureExpand
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Transformation of the corporatist state in the Middle East.
root. The article seeks to demonstrate that this may be a function of the disarticulation of corporatist models for political organisation adopted in bureaucratic-bourgeois states. As the state seeksExpand
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