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Universitat Hamburg (2008)

Economic Development of the Arab Countries in the Middle East and North Africa : Determinants, Constraints, and Implications for EU-Arab Relations

Brach, Juliane

Titre : Economic Development of the Arab Countries in the Middle East and North Africa : Determinants, Constraints, and Implications for EU-Arab Relations

Auteur : Brach, Juliane

Université de soutenance : Universitat Hamburg

Grade : Doctor Rerum Politicarum (Dr. rer. pol.) 2008

Présentation
This dissertation presents a two-fold analysis of the chances and perspectives of sustainable economic development of the Arab countries of the Middle East and North Africa on the one side, and an investigation of the necessity and the potential of existing EU policies to support and trigger economic development in these countries on the other. Special emphasis is given to the economic and financial dimension of the Barcelona Process.
This research focuses on the six Arab Mediterranean countries : Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt, Jordan and Syria.2 It also, however, includes differences and implications for EU relations with the Arab Gulf countries. Rather than presenting a comprehensive micro-level analysis of economic and political constraints of each individual country, the approach of this thesis is to work out more general and common underlying structures that equally apply to the Arab Mediterranean countries. And that differentiate Arab MENA countries, despite their internal heterogeneity, from other developing regions such as Latin America, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa.

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