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By Paul Rivlin

ISBN-10: 0511650345

ISBN-13: 9780511650345

ISBN-10: 051180198X

ISBN-13: 9780511801983

ISBN-10: 0521719232

ISBN-13: 9780521719230

ISBN-10: 0521895006

ISBN-13: 9780521895002

"This ebook examines the connection among demographic progress and fiscal improvement in 8 Arab nations. regardless of a slowdown in demographic progress, the exertions strength is expanding swiftly due to the switch within the age constitution of the inhabitants. In different components of the area, comparable advancements have improved fiscal progress. within the Arab global, despite the fact that, a few of the possibilities offered via demographic Read more...

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The Egyptian Economy 1952–2000. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2006. 82; Rivlin, Paul. Economic Policy and Performance in the Arab World. 119–20, 128–9. 4. 1 ∗ Arab League except Comoros, Djibouti, and Mauritania. org. 8. Food Trade, 1990–2004. Source: Food and Agriculture Organization. Rents: Oil and Gas The Middle East is unique, in that a large proportion of income is not derived from production carried out inside the economy. This income is referred to as rent, and it takes several forms. The first is income from the sale of oil and gas.

179–81. 6. Manufacturing Value Added per Capita, 1995–2005. id=4849. ultimately limited the growth of employment. The lack of political and institutional change has been examined extensively in the Arab Human Development Reports. 7. The Share of Manufacturing Value Added in GDP, 1995–2005. id=4849. manufacturing. The lack of a free press means that the public and private sectors and the relations between them are not subject to scrutiny and this makes correction harder to achieve. The fact that the public sector is so large and inefficient not only crowds out credit for the private sector but imposes large costs on the state budget.

5 percent continued, it would take the average Arab citizen 140 years to double his income. Other, fast-growing regions would achieve this level in less than ten years. The total gross domestic product of the Arab world – $531 billion – was less than that of Spain and one in five Arabs lived on less than two dollars a day. In 2002, unemployment in the Arab region was estimated at 15 percent of the labor force. This was the highest rate in the world. 3 Human welfare measures have been less worrying.

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