2 edition of Economic and demographic developments in the Middle East and North Africa, 1980-2000 found in the catalog.
Economic and demographic developments in the Middle East and North Africa, 1980-2000
by Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies in Tel Aviv
Written in English
|Statement||Paul Rivlin and Yitzhak Gal.|
|Series||Data and analysis, Netunim ṿe-nituaḥ|
|Contributions||Gal, Yitzhak., Merkaz Dayan le-ḥeḳer ha-Mizraḥ ha-Tikhon ṿe-Afriḳah (Universiṭat Tel-Aviv)|
|LC Classifications||HB849.41 .R58 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61, [62-63] p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Economic and demographic developments in the Middle East and North Africa, Tel Aviv: Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Rivlin; Yitzhak Gal; Merkaz Dayan le-ḥeḳer ha-Mizraḥ ha-Tikhon ṿe-Afriḳah (Universiṭat Tel-Aviv).
Economic Development in the Middle East and North Africa: Challenges and Prospects - Kindle edition by Ben Ali, Mohamed Sami.
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The evidence suggests that there is. A rapidly growing number of countries of diverse cultural background have en. Economic and social development in the Middle East and North Africa (English) Abstract.
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Middle East and North Africa: Demographic Highlights 3 The 20 countries that we selected from the Middle East and North African (MENA) region are arranged by the size of their population and GDP per capita in Exhibit 2 and Exhibit 3.
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Middle East and North African countries (MENA) have achieved much to be proud of in human development. Falling child mortality and fertility have transformed family structures in most MENA countries. Despite important advances in health, education, and income, there are certain aspects human development in which MENA countries have not.
The recent globalization trends have revived a long-standing interest in regional integration in the countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Despite numerous attempts to encourage economic integration in MENA in the past few decades, there is broad consensus that progress has been painstakingly slow and the record of economic Format: Hardcover.
The purpose of Economic Integration is to allow the free flow of goods and service between nations that can benefit from the economic resources of partner nations. The Economic Integration Model used for this paper is MENA; commonly known as Middle East and North Africa.
The countries and regions included in MENA are labeled in the map below. The economic history of the Middle East and North Africa is quite extraordinary. This is an axiomatic statement, but the very nature of the economic changes that have stemmed directly from the effects of oil resources in these areas has tended to obscure longterm patterns of economic change and the fundamental transformation of Middle Eastern and North African economies and/5(7).Book Description.
Current demographic trends raise new questions, challenges and controversies. Comparing demographic trends in Europe and the NAME-region (North Africa and the Middle East), this book demonstrates how population change interacts with changing economic landscapes, social distinctions and political realities.This book surveys major economic issues in the development of countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region since World War II.
It presents a framework of analysis highlighting underlying continuities in the region's approach to issues of growth, management of oil and natural resources, post-conflict environments, progress in trade liberalization and regional integration, the use.