This volume explores the development of Syria's political economy under the Ba'th, particularly the role of the state in facilitating or obstructing economic development. Raymond Hinnebusch provides a brief overview of the literature and debates on the issue. His examination of Syria's political economy under populism (1963-2000) is followed by Soren Schmidt's analysis of the post-populist period since 2000.
Publisher: Centre for Syrian Studies
Number of pages: 49
Dimensions: 227 x 153 x 5 mm
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