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Abstract A survey of attitudes towards markets which was originally conducted in the U.S and the U.S.S.R. in 1991 was repeated on a random sample of residents of Tehran in 1994.
The results of seventeen Turkish elections for parliament and local administrations between 1975 and 2011 and societal developments are studied to understand the factors that determine the political performance of
This paper asks whether the choice of the exchange regime matters for economic recovery after civil conflicts. This important aspect of the macroeconomic agenda for post-conflict countries has been largely
Partis islamistes, Pouvoir et Etat profond dans le monde arabe: analyse en termes du Principal-Agent
The arrival of Islamist parties to power in some Arab countries (Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco) increases hopes for the people. But the strong mobilization of representative Deep State structures has