More recently, since the late 1990s there has been yet another growth upswing. Development Policy Review, 6 , pp 415-433. As such, they are largely devoid of any political analysis. Faculty of Law and International Development, April. Instead, Carapico suggests that contradictory trajectories are at play. The inevitable retrenchment of the state under liberalisation has arguably opened up a space for Islamic-based activities related to welfare provision.
Jump to: Harrigan, Jane 2014. She also works on issues concerning aid, agricultural policy and food security in sub-Saharan Africa. The book cannot be categorized merely as a critique of power imbalances concerning political aid in the Middle East. Economic Reform in Morocco: Stabilisation versus Adjustment -- 7. The Political Economy of Aid to North Africa.
Carapico highlights the cases of Egypt and Yemen. We set out at the start of this book to explore two themes in the globalisation debate. Indeed, the priority given to reduction in government budget deficits often implies a disengagement of the state from social provisioning. Project on Jordan: The Dilemma of Reform in a Rentier Economy, funded by the British Academy 2002-2003. Responsibility: by Jane Harrigan and Hamed El-Said.
Turkey, for example, introduced such strategies in the early 1990s, followed by Egypt and Algeria in the mid and late 1990s, Indonesia and Yemen in the early 21st century around 2002 , Saudi Arabia and Jordan around 2005, and the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, among others, thereafter. These findings called into question the optimistic view of aid. For example, Carapico shows that ideas have been institutionalized in signatory conventions that are followed by the states. Development Policy Review, 14 4, pp 409-427. It also assesses the prevalence of profit sharing and employee share ownership schemes.
Morocco, like many other Middle Eastern and North African states, has a long history of populist state welfare provision in the form of an implicit Social Contract whereby the state provides for its citizens in return for loyalty to the regime. In the Jordan Times, Nov 24, 2012. She also works on issues concerning aid, agricultural policy and food security in sub-Saharan Africa. Terrorism studies no longer lie on the margins between political science and military studies, as they once did. They are not merely agents for Western governmentality in which they police themselves and conform to Western agendas. In: Mosley, Paul and Harrigan, Jane and Toye, John, eds.
George Marshal Centre for International peace, a lecture on conditions conducive successful deradicalisation, Garmish, Germany 2012. Unlike other books on the topic, the author does not offer any straightforward answers to her questions, nor does she provide a straightforward argument. In the Jordan Times, August 1, 2012. The E-mail message field is required. New York: Haworth Press, with Kip Becker Boston University. Since 2000, Morocco has experienced an economic upturn and poverty has again declined. In order to investigate these hypotheses we chose four countries to study in-depth: Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia and Morocco.
All funds for the conference were raised by the director. Conclusion and Synthesis: What can be Learnt from our Four Country Studies? The paper uses a new institutional economic framework that high lights the importance of informal institutional systems for the decision on mode of entry. The stunningly visual attacks on the World Trade Centre in New York on 11 September 2001 not only resuscitated interest in the political power of terrorism and in particular of suicide attacks as one of its key forms, but also gave rise to a massive state response. What Happened to the Poor in the Arab World? For example, she shows that the U. Harrigan, Jane and El-Said, Hamed 2009. In the first part of the 1980s both deteriorated. All funds raised by the Director.
He was as a member of the Royal Scientific Society, then research arm of the office of His Royal Highness Prince Hassan bin Talal. In order to investigate this, we chose four countries to study in depth: Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco. London and New York: Routledge. Research Projects and External Funding: 2014. Economic Liberalisation, Social Capital and Islamic Welfare Provision, Palgrave Macmillan. Development Policy Review, pp 205-223.