Middle East Oil: A Redistribution of Values Arising from the Oil Industry

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University Press of America, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 329 pages
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Examines how the Middle East oil industry has influenced the course of events in the Middle East and how it has provided a substantial basis for the process of economic and social growth. The author concludes by assessing the current situation and making recommendations for effective socio-economic policies for the future. Contents: The Problems in Context: Process of Control; Process of Claims; Process of Decision; Clarification of World Community Policies: Introductory Perspective; Inclusive Interests; Exclusive Interests; Concluding Remarks; Trends in Decision: The System of Concessions and the Maintenance of the Status Quo; The System of Concessions and the Principle of State Participation in Oil Exploitation Processes; The System of Concessions and the Doctrine of Rebus Sic Stantibus; The System of Concessions and the Principle of State Ownership of Oil Resources; General Appraisal and Recommendations.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Process of Claims
49
PART H CLARIFICATION OF WORLD COMMUNITY POLICIES
67
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About the author (1991)

Mohamed A. Almulhim is a member of the Council of Ministers of the Saudi Arabian Government.

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