In the 1990s, many MENA countries relied on adjustment and stabilization programs offered by international organizations. Surprisingly, these programs implicitly implied an orientation towards a ...
The main aim of the current paper is to investigate the productivity dynamics of Turkey during the Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi (AKP) era to contribute ...
This paper attempts to assess whether the driving factor behind the rising credit card indebtedness of consumers in Turkey is financial illiteracy. Using the results ...
What can be learned from the world experience about different macroeconomic institutions, to improve macroeconomic performance in countries that face high volatility and large unpredictable ...
Using a Regression Discontinuity Design (RDD) and publicly available datasets, this study measures the effect of the Iranian Cultural Revolution, during which all institutions of ...
This paper estimates private and social returns to investment in education in Turkey, using the
Large scale business subsidies tied to national industrial development promotion pro-grams are notoriously difficult to
Despite its several benefits, competition policy seems to lack the attention it deserves in terms
This study investigates the factors that influence the participation of the informal workers in health
When do autocratic rulers in oil-producing countries support private sector development? We argue that the
Firms listed on the Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) represent an important part of the economic
Using Tunisian manufacturing data between 1998 and 2004 and by referring to multilevel approach, this
With the ongoing debates on the Doha Agenda, micro-level empirical evidence has emerged to highlight
In this paper, we investigate the effect of the level of English skills on the
This paper examines the causality between remittances (REMs) and financial sector development (FD) in MENA
Transnational terrorist organizations such as the Islamic State (also known as Daesh) have shown an
This paper investigates the role of informal firms’ competition in determining the micro-level effect of
In the recent past years, Tunisia pursued a national policy on health which was directed
Drawing on data from a survey of 1,235 Syrian refugees, this article examines individual, cohort
In Egypt it is estimated that the majority of the country’s 40 million urban residents,
Jordan has experienced a substantial influx of refugees from Syria since 2011. The Jordanian government