Book Review of Middle East Oil Exporters: What Happened to Economic Development? by Hossein Askari
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Over the years, Hossein Askari has provided some of the most accurate assessments of economic developments in the Middle East. In many respects, Middle East Oil Exporters represents the culmination of that research. Here, Askari int tegrates many previously developed themes into a comprehensive framework capable of providing deeper insights as to the causes of the dire plight facing many of region’s key economies...
Book Review by Dr. Robert Looney of the book: Middle East Oil Exports by Hossein Askari. Published in Gulf Research Center.
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