1st Edition

Essays on the Economic History of the Middle East

By Sylvia G. Haim, Elie Kedourie Copyright 1988
    211 Pages
    by Routledge

    212 Pages
    by Routledge

    Published in 1988, Essays on the Economic History of the Middle East is a valuable contribution to the field of Middle Eastern Studies.

    Chapter 1 1 Despotism and the Disintegration of the Iranian Economy, 1500–1800, AhmadSeyf; Chapter 2 2 Silk and Socio-Economic Changes in Lebanon, 1860–1919, KaisFirro; Chapter 3 3 Reflections on a Subsistence Economy: Production and Trade of the Mahdist Sudan, 1881–1898, Nakash Yitzhak; Chapter 4 4 Land Tenure and Taxation in Iran, 1800–1906, AhmadSeyf; Chapter 5 5 Recent Trends in Agricultural Development in the Near East, A.A.El-Sherbini; Chapter 6 6 The Oil Nationalization Movement, the British Boycott and the Iranian Economy 1951–1953, Kamran M.Dadkhah; Chapter 7 7 The Costs of Foreign Investment: the Case of the Egyptian Free Zones, LeslieSklair; Chapter 8 8 Labour Migration to the Arab Gulf Region in the Nineteen-Eighties, Masudul AlamChoudhury; Chapter 9 9 Saudi Arabia's Industrialization Strategy: A Question of Comparative Advantage, Robert E.Looney; Chapter 10 10 One Arab State, Many Arab States: The Impact of Population Growth and Oil Revenues, Gad G.Gilbar;


    Haim, Sylvia G.; Kedourie, Elie