In a nutshell Sound resource management is crucial. There are huge costs associated with large and unpredictable swings in oil prices. If not well ...
• Out-of-pocket payments on health care constitute a substantial portion of the household expenditure in many developing countries. These payments become catastrophic when a household ...
The shale oil revolution in the United States, contributing to lower global oil prices, has important macroeconomic implications for the Middle East and North Africa ...
In a nutshell There are many economic values that predispose citizens of Arab countries to be
In a nutshell East Asian countries have achieved structural transformation, whereas MENA countries have yet to
In a nutshell Sound resource management is crucial. There are huge costs associated with
• Out-of-pocket payments on health care constitute a substantial portion of the household expenditure in
The shale oil revolution in the United States, contributing to lower global oil prices, has
This policy perspective demonstrates that attainment of higher education is notably unequal in Egypt and
A range of contemporary pressures – rising populations, economic development, and climate change – are
Many economies in the MENA region are vulnerable to the negative impacts of climate change
When elites agree to compromise during regime transitions, democratization is more likely to succeed. Human
How much structural transformation has taken place in Euromed countries over the past few decades?
This edition of Policy Perspective explains why the North African region has been successful in
In this edition of Policy Perspective, Research Fellow Ragui Assaad writes that the common MENA
This paper offers a road map for future economic development in Egypt post-January 25th Revolution.
This policy perspective is the result of an ambitious research to study the impacts of
This policy perspective examines why the role of NTMs in explaining trade performance has been
This policy perspective examines why levels, changes and determinants of inequality are at the heart