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Seifan, Samir
Syria on the path to economic reform / Samir Seifan
Fife, Scotland : University of St. Andrews Centre for Syrian Studies ; Boulder, CO : Distributed by Lynne Rienner Publishers, c2010
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 3rd Floor  HC415.23 .S45 2010    IN PROCESS
Subject Syria -- Economic conditions -- 1918-
Syria -- Economic policy -- 1918-
Subject(s) Economic development -- Syria
Physical Description v, 75 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references
Contents The reform paradox in Syria --- A model for a social market economy in Syria --- Appendix : Debates on the political economy of reform
Summary Noted Syrian political and economic analyst Samir Seifan provides an overview and assessment of the first five years of President Bashar al-Assad's program for economic reform. Seifan also examines the forces for - and obstacles to - reform in Syria and outlines in detail how the regime's goal of transition to a 'social market economy' might best be achieved. The book includes a summary of papers from the proceedings of the Conference on Economic Reform held in Damascus in November 2008. An overview and assessment of the first five years of Syria's new program for economic reform
Series St. Andrews papers on contemporary Syria
Alternate Author University of St. Andrews. Centre for Syrian Studies

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