Proceedings of the Middle East Economic Association

2002 Proceedings of the Middle East Economic Association

Selected condensed papers presented in the 22nd annual meeting of MEEA in conjunction with Allied Social Sciences Association in
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A., January 4-6, 2002

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ISSN: 2334-282X


Editor of Online Journal
E. Mine Cinar, Loyola University Chicago

Research Associates
Russ Plywaczynski, Loyola University Chicago
Robert Lapointe, Loyola University Chicago
Namra Patel, Loyola University Chicago

Editorial Advisory Board for Volume 4
Parvin Alizadeh, London Guildhall University
Sohrab Behdad, Denison University
Fatemeh Moghadam,Hofstra University
Jeffrey Nugent, University of Southern California
Jennifer Olmsted, Occidental College
Edward Sayre, Agnes Scott College
Wassim Shahin, Lebanese American University
Bulent Uyar, University of Northern Iowa
Tariq Yousef, Georgetown University


Contents

 
Issawi's Notion of Egypt's 'Lop-sided development' Revisited
by Roger Owen

Harvard University

Palestinian Labor Migration to Israel Since Oslo and Beyond
by Leila Farsakh
University of London

International Accounting Standards and Selected Middle East Stock Exchanges
by Besalet Basoglu and Ahmed Goma
Manhattan College

David and Goliath: The U.S.-Jordan Free Trade Agreement and the Economic Development of Jordan
by Grace Victoria Chomo
United Nations

Dual Labor Markets and Public Debt: An Illustration Using the Lebanese Example
by Sheikh Shahnawaz
University of Southern California

Oil and the Rentier State: Iran's Capital Formation : 1960-1997
by Sousan Badiei and Cyrus Bina
California State Polytechnic University-Pomona and University of Minnesota

The Interpretative Debate of the Classical Islamic Jurists on Riba (Usury)
by Farhad Nomani
The American University of Paris

 

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