RLE The Economy of the Middle East brings together as one set and as individual volumes a series of previously out-of-print classic titles from a variety of imprints. With books ranging from The Arab Economy in Israel to Arab Manpower, from The Economic Development of the United Arab Emirates to Qatar: Development of an Oil Economy, this set makes available a wealth of important reference sources. Most, if not all, of the authors in this set are acknowledged experts in their fields, and hail from all over the world; many of their works were groundbreaking books on their first publication.
Table of Contents
1. The Arab Economy in Israel 2. The Arab Gulf Economy in a Turbulent Age 3. Arab Industrial Integration. 4. Arab Industrialisation and Economic Integration 5. Arab Manpower 6. Arab Monetary Integration 7. Arab Oil Policies in the 1970s 8. The Determinants of Arab Economic Development 9. Economic and Political Change in the Middle East 10. The Economic Case for Palestine 11. The Economic Development of Jordan 12. The Economic Development of Libya 13. The Economic Development of the United Arab Emirates 14. The Economic Development of the Yemen Arab Republic 15. The Economies of the Arab World 16. Islam and the Political Economy of Meaning 17. Libya Since Independence 18. Libya: Agriculture and Economic Development 19. The Middle Eastern Village 20. Mobilizing Human Resources in the Arab World 21. The Monetary System of Egypt 22. North Africa: Contemporary Politics and Economic Development 23. Oil, Industrialization and Development in the Arab Gulf States 24. The Palestinian Economy 25. The Political and Economic Development of Modern Turkey 26. Qatar: Development of an Oil Economy 27. The Role of Government in the Industrialization of Iraq 1950-65 28. Saudi Arabia: Rush to Development 29. Social and Economic Development in the Arab Gulf