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Towards a New Partnership for Inclusive Growth in the Middle East and North Africa

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Abstract: Citizens are challenging authorities across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), in countries with diverse socioeconomic and institutional settings. From wealthy Bahrain to impoverished Yemen, from Tunisia with its sophisticated state institutions, to Egypt with its five thousand years of culture and civilization, the unifying refrain has been 'dignity, respect and freedom' and an end to the Arab exceptionalism which has denied rights enjoyed elsewhere. The Arab spring in the spirit of a popular awakening has arrived. This brief proposes a framework for support to MENA based on the four building blocks, which are closely interconnected. Support to the region could address the four development priorities under the overall approach that policy is as important as money.
Type: Publications & Research :: Brief
Publications & Research
Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10986/9450
Subject: ACCOUNTABILITY
AGRICULTURE
BANKS
BROKERS
CIVIL SOCIETY
COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
CORRUPTION
DEVELOPMENT BANK
DEVELOPMENT GOALS
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
ECONOMIC GROWTH
ECONOMIC REFORMS
EMPLOYMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
FINANCIAL FLOWS
GOVERNMENT BUDGETS
INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING
INITIATIVE
INNOVATIVE FINANCING
INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT
INVESTMENT BANK
LABOR FORCE
LABOR MARKET
LAGGING REGIONS
MARKET REFORM
MULTILATERAL DEVELOPMENT
NEPOTISM
POLITICAL ECONOMY
POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
POLITICAL RISK
PRIVATE INVESTMENT
SERVICE DELIVERY
SOCIAL PROTECTION
TRANSPARENCY
TRANSPORT




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