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The GCC economies

M. A. Ramady

The GCC economies

stepping up to future challenges

by M. A. Ramady

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Published by Springer in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic policy,
  • Gulf Cooperation Council,
  • Energy policy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-317) and index.

    Other titlesGulf Cooperation Council economies
    StatementMohamed A. Ramady, editor
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC415.3 .G33 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxlviii, 324 p. :
    Number of Pages324
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25387748M
    ISBN 101461416108
    ISBN 109781461416104
    LC Control Number2012931931
    OCLC/WorldCa766330554

      The contribution of GUST PACE Director, Dr. Hassan El-Sady to the book titled “The GCC Economies: Stepping Up To Future Challenges,” published by Springer () has appeared in Chapter 9 entitled “GCC Country Risk Analysis.” The innovative empirical approach deployed by Dr. El-Sady to analyze the GCC Country Political risk has not been used before .   And as the pandemic continues its deadly march, the GCC economies – like many others – will be unable to avoid recession. Support High-Quality Commentary As the COVID pandemic escalates, and its effects reverberate around the world, Project Syndicate is delivering the expert scientific, economic, and political insights that people need.

    The loss to GCC economies also comes from the decrease in oil prices, costs of wars and political upheavals in the region as well as currency and gold price fluctuations. The situation could linger for some time in the future. The world economy may not recover until and beyond. The book was an instant hit in China, especially among. The GCC Dream: Between the BRICs and the Developed World an (extra-normal) oil and natural gas windfall for the GCC, allowing the region™s economies to sustain very high investment levels and generate strong, welfare-enhancing economic growth in the coming decades.

    Regional growth is projected to rise to % in , largely driven by rebound in growth among oil exporters. Growth among oil exporters is anticipated to pick up to % in , supported by capital investment in the GCC and higher growth in Iraq. Among oil importing economies, increasing growth is predicated on policy reform progress and. The Economics of Renewable Energy in the Gulf offers an excellent examination of the adoption of renewable energy in the area. It will be of great interest to academic researchers and policy makers alike, particularly those working in the areas of energy economics, public policy and international relations.


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The ‘Arab Spring’ of has affected the countries of the region to varying degrees, including the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) members, comprising Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Bahrain. The GCC has become a significant regional bloc playing a vital economic.

The GCC Economies: Stepping Up To Future Challenges th Edition by Mohamed A. Ramady (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Hardcover. The GCC has become a significant regional bloc playing a vital economic and political role far beyond its shores, given its geopolitical strategic location, a preponderance of global energy reserves and a major international player through the use of accumulated financial cturer: Springer.

The GCC has become a significant regional bloc playing a vital economic and political role far beyond its shores, given its geopolitical strategic location, a preponderance of global energy reserves and a major international player through the use of accumulated financial reserves.

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$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xlviii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Part 1. Regional Structural Reforms and Engines of Change --Working for a Sustainable GCC Future: Reflections on Policies and Practices / Nabil Sultan --Deepening the GCC Debt Markets: The Saudi Arabian Experience / Abraham Abraham and.

importance in the GCC economies e specially in Qatar and Kuwait. This fact confirms that these two countries depend too much on extractive industries which contribute about %Author: Ahmed Saddam. The unified economic agreement between the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council was signed on 11 November in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

These countries are often referred to as "the GCC states" or "Gulf countries". Objectives. Inthe GCC Supreme Council set the following goals: Customs union in January ; Common market by Headquarters: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. often appropriate because the GCC is a fairly homogenous group.

This is one reason why the focus of the book is on the GCC as opposed to a larger group 1 The GCC comprises six member countries, namely, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates.

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The GCC Economies: Stepping Up To Future Challenges Nabil Sultan (auth.), Mohamed A. Ramady (eds.) The ‘Arab Spring’ of has affected the countries of the region to varying degrees, including the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) members, comprising Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Bahrain.

The Brookings Doha Center (BDC) hosted a panel discussion on Septem to examine the status of economic diversification among the countries of Start Date: from book The GCC Economies (pp) The origins and scope of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) patent office are described, along with information on.

Book Editor(s): Gordian Gaeta. Search for more papers by this author Although the region shares a cultural affinity, its components are distinctly different.

In particular the GCC economies are well advanced. As with many other crises, the Arab Spring led all governments to institute reforms and increase their investment programs as well as.

Get this from a library. The GCC Economies: Stepping Up To Future Challenges. [Mohamed A Ramady;] -- The 'Arab Spring' of has affected the countries of the region to varying degrees, including the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) members, comprising Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, the United Arab.

Table of Content. Dedication.- Acknowledgements.- Contributors.- Overview.- Mohamed A. Ramady.- Part 1 Regional Structural Reforms and Engines of Change.- 1 Working for a Sustainable GCC Future: Reflections on Policies and Practices, Nabil Sultan.- 2 Deepening the GCC Debt Market: The Saudi Arabia Experience, Abraham Abraham, and Fazal Seyyed.- 3.

Abstract: The economies of the six Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries are heavily reliant on oil. Greater economic diversification would reduce their exposure to volatility and uncertainty in the global oil market, help create jobs in the private sector, increase productivity and sustainable growth, and help create the non-oil economy that will be needed in the future when oil.

as the GCC has a more prioritized timeframe as compared to GAFTA and it seeks greater integration. Recently, Morocco and Jordan have applied for the GCC membership which is currently being studied by the GCC Expert Committee. GCC comprises of some of the fastest growing economies in the world, mainlyFile Size: KB.

This study investigates the extent to which neoliberalism could be the cornerstone for economic reform and diversification in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. It seeks to determine the most important effects of neoliberalism as well as its social and economic costs, starting from the premise that economics is by and large a social : Abdullah Al-Beraidi.The structural strength of economies in GCC is expected to allow sustained growth of states.

Governments are working towards ensuring diversified economies and thus development within GCC. Continuing turmoil within financial markets in the international arena implies difficulties in accessing GCC market.This book delves into the climate surrounding the economic development of the six Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, with a spotlight on Qatar given recent political developments.

Since the s, the GCC states have harnessed their potential to exploit the wealth accrued from the oil boom.