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"This e-book examines the connection among demographic progress and monetary improvement in 8 Arab nations. regardless of a slowdown in demographic development, the exertions strength is expanding swiftly as a result swap within the age constitution of the inhabitants. In different elements of the realm, comparable advancements have more advantageous monetary development. within the Arab global, besides the fact that, a few of the possibilities awarded through demographic transition are being misplaced, leading to critical threats to the political balance of the quarter. the most reason behind this can be that the quarter has ignored out on industrialization."--Jacket. Read more...
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98. org. Demography and Economics 29 1960s and early 1970s, the rate of growth of GDP per worker was relatively high. 45 The performance of the private sector has also been disappointing. The desire of various governments to influence the direction and structure of economic activity, along with their distrust of private companies, resulted in a highly controlled business environment with a mass of regulations and restrictions. Although the informal private sector has often generated a large portion of the region’s growth and employment, it has had little access to formal sector markets, sources of finance, or government support programs to help it expand.
Calculated from Ruppert, Elizabeth. ” World Bank Review, 13, no. 1999; IMF: Algeria: Statistical Appendix, Report no. 01/163, 2001. Richards, Alan and John Waterbury. A Political Economy of the Middle East. Boulder: Westview, 1990. 211. Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency. Annual Report. no. 37, 2001. Richards, Alan and John Waterbury. A Political Economy of the Middle East, 211. Kuwait, Ministry of Planning. Annual Statistical Abstract, 1988. 32 These are not the only forms of public employment. 33 Large armies provide employment in a region that suffers from large-scale unemployment.
This is true for all the other countries in the region. The rapid rise in oil income since 2000 has resulted in faster economic growth in some countries and an acceleration of employment growth, but overall levels of unemployment remain high. Why Did Imbalances Persist? Many explanations have been put forward for the economic problems faced by Arab countries along with suggestions on how to solve them. 2 They have also come from bodies within the region, such as the 1 2 Iqbal, Farrukh. Sustaining Gains in Poverty Reduction and Human Development in the Middle East and North Africa.
Arab economies in the twenty-first century by Paul Rivlin