Contagiuni, dar şi oportunităţi ratate – efecte economice ale „Primăverii Musulmane”
AbstractThis article outlines those economic losses and attempts to impress upon the reader the potential for further disruptions at a regional level. There is a wasted economic potential in the youthful and increasingly well educated populations of Muslim countries, confined to poverty and handouts from economic rents of natural resources controlled by a small class of political insiders.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Romanian Society for Economic Science, Revista OEconomica in its journal Revista OEconomica 02/2011.
Volume (Year): (2011)
Issue (Month): 02 (June)
Arab Spring; colored revolution; rentier state; youth bulge; North Africa; autocrat; oil; energy dependence; kleptocracy; redistribution; Central Asia;
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