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The concept of planned The crucial importance of the Gulf region today — which may be defined as comprising the states of Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, with Iran as a non-Arab onlooker — has stimulated surprisingly little interest in academic circles. Much of what has been The Arab countries are increasingly recognising their importance as a regional economic grouping. Given the highly skewed distribution of natural, human and financial resources, the course of economic development in the Arab countries seems to be interrelated.
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Through pooling their resources and Birks, C. Sinclair November 18, The Arab world increasingly falls into two divisions, the capital-poor and the capital-rich countries where capital means, in essence, oil. In the capital-rich countries shortage of labour is the chief constraint on growth.
In the capital-poor countries analysis of the labour market is equally Ghana is one of the earliest and most serious examples of the build up of foreign debt by a developing country to support its policies for economic growth. By Gavin Kitching. How do the intellectual origins and historical background of western and other theories of development affect their relevance to contemporary Third-World conditions? This reissue, first published in , is based on the experiences of the International Extension College in developing distance teaching. The volume begins by reviewing the world problems of educational quality and quantity, and then examines the ways in which print, broadcasts and group study….
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This reissue examines the crucial question of how the education systems of Third World countries continue to be influenced by the former colonial powers, arguing that decisions and views made early in the twentieth century cannot always be so readily condemned from the standpoint of the s. Lewis , L. First published in , this work provides a comprehensive picture of the range of physical environments in Africa, focusing upon those characteristics and issues central to the management of environmental resources. Beginning with an overview of the geographical and environmental history of….
First published in , this reissue contains original articles by contemporary leading scholars in the field of Latin American politics on a range of topics including: working class organisation, populism and US labour imperialism.
It will be of interest to anthropologists, students of political…. First published in , this is a study of the application of the economic theory of integration in developing countries attempts to assess the development of common markets and free trade areas in the contemporary developing world. The book synthesises various revisions of the old theory of the…. By Peter C. This reissue, first published in , is concerned with the rapid contemporary metropolitan development in the Third World, at a time when manufacturing and public service sectors were expending at a terrific rate.
Nevertheless, the phenomenal growth of the metropolitan cities brings with it an…. By James E Meade.
First published in , this reissue examines the contemporary economic problems of Mauritius alongside those social problems which have a bearing on economic development. As a small and isolated economy, marked by a very rapid rate of contemporary population growth, by an extreme concentration on….
This reissue, first published in brings together structural and analytical studies of seven single African countries, together with two studies of groups of countries which, although politically separate, have in the past had close economic links.
These countries are Algeria, Cameroon, Ghana,…. By Trevor W. Parfitt , Stephen P. Assessing both the macro- and micro-economic levels of the contemporary African Debt Crisis, this book, first published in , begins by looking at the origins of the world debt crisis, and then looks closely at the problem as it affects Sub-Saharan Africa. By Carlos Ramirez-Faria. First published in this text provides an incisive analysis of theories concerning the origins of economic inequality between nations.
By Michael Pacione. Allan , K. McLachlan , Edith T. Oil revenues have made Libya rich since , when oil exports began. This new wealth has affected all sectors of the economy and especially the agricultural sector; there have been considerable movements of population, changes in the use of land, and, possibly most important, there has been a…. By Richard Lawless. Rapid and uneven change to the fabric of rural life is widespread in modern Middle Eastern countries.
Modernisation, usually in the Western model, has often brought major improvements in agricultural technology, education and public health but has also had the effect of weakening the traditional….
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Edited by Bichara Khader , Adnan Badran. Jordan is one of the most important countries of the Fertile Crescent. Although it is not richly endowed with material resources its political significance in the region gives it considerable authority. This book focuses on the economic development of Jordan over the last decade. It analyses the…. By Raja Khalidi. The Arab enclaves that exist within Israel constitute a definite economic unit.
Despite linkages and subservice to the national economy the region exhibits a range of independent production and consumption modes that suggest potential economic developmental viability. The author considers the…. By Ferhang Jalal. Since the governments of Iraq have attempted vigorously to develop the economy and have stressed industrial development. Here Dr Ferhang Jalal discusses, analyses and appraises a number of policies adopted by the government of Iraq designed to promote the growth of the industrial sector. By William R. To be a Muslim is to be a part of a culture with distinct beliefs, ideas, institutional forms and prescriptive roles.
Yet there is a complex inter-relationship between a system of knowledge and belief, such as Islam, and the immediate political, economic and social context of its adherents. By Elias H. Tuma , Haim Darin-Drabkin. Much has been written about the Arab—Israeli conflict, the prospects for peace or war and the eventual establishment of a Palestinian state, side by side with the state of Israel. The emphasis, however, has been on the political processes of such eventualities. The objectives of this book….
No region in the world has seen so much development activity in the last ten years as the Gulf area. Since the early s the oil producing countries of the Gulf have become a focus of intense interest worldwide.
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Yet the United Arab Emirates is also among the largest producers, on a par with Kuwait,…. By Atif Kubursi. Were oil supplies everlasting and the demand for oil strong and continuous, economic diversification in the Gulf would be pointless. However oil reserves are finite and non-renewable and the world demand for oil from the Gulf region is simply not stable. Collectively the countries of the Gulf face…. By Hazem Beblawi. The shock discovery of oil in the Gulf States thrust them from relative obscurity to the forefront of international finance and politics.