The Economic Dimensions of Middle Eastern History: Essays in Honor of Charles Issawi
Hālāh Isfandiyārī, Abraham L. Udovitch
Darwin Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Business & Economics - 368 pages
In this celebratory volume, a group of eminent scholars pays tribute to Professor Issawi's distinguished career with a number of studies that examine key issues in the economic history of the Middle East. Essays cover such subjects as: British and American efforts to organise the Middle East; aspects of the Middle East oil industry; the Middle East in World Trade; economic justice in contemporary Islamic thought; property rights in the Islamic Republic or Iran; the growth of public sector enterprise in the Middle East; and international commerce in the eleventh century.
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In Honor of Charles Issawi
British and American Efforts
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