Reassessing Hizbullah’s Socioeconomic Policies in Lebanon

@article{Daher2016ReassessingHS,
  title={Reassessing Hizbullah’s Socioeconomic Policies in Lebanon},
  author={Joseph Daher},
  journal={The Middle East Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={70},
  pages={399 - 418}
}
  • Joseph Daher
  • Published 15 July 2016
  • Economics, Sociology
  • The Middle East Journal
This article looks at Hizbullah’s politico-economic and socioeconomic policies in Lebanon. It first analyzes Hizbullah’s economic thought and its origins. It then studies the party’s policies in the various governments in which it has participated and how they have responded to changes in its social base as the Islamic movement has grown among larger sections of the Shi‘i middle class and bourgeoisie. Analyzing Hizbullah’s positions and policies helps us understand its evolution and integration… 
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