The Arab Spring: Implications for Economic Integration

Michael Gasiorek 07 June 2013



About the contributors


1 Introduction and summary
Michael Gasiorek

2 Prospects for Egypt’s integration in the world economy after the 25th of January revolution: A political economy perspective
Ahmed Farouk Ghoneim

3 Syria’s long road to self-healing
Raed Safadi

4 Morocco and the Maghreb after the Arab Spring
Mouna Cherkaoui

5 Harnessing existing trade and investment opportunities
Jean-Pierre Chauffour and Bernard Hoekman

6 Non-tariff measures: Regional cooperation and competitiveness through regulatory governance
Patricia Augier, Olivier Cadot, Julien Gourdon and Mariem Malouche

7 Assessing MENA’s trade agreements
Caroline Freund and Alberto Portugal-Perez

Professor of Economics at the University of Sussex and Director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory


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