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Qatar
  • Capital: Doha
  • Population: 840926
  • Size: 11437.0 Km2

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Renewable Energy ‎Market Analysis: The GCC Region
R. Ferroukhi / International Renewable Energy Agency 2016
This analysis from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) suggests some of their highlights of best practices in policy-making, project development and financing that have begun paving the way for more sustainable energy sy...
Income level and environmental quality in the MENA countries: discussing the environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis
H. M'henni; M.E.H. Arouri; A.B. Youssef / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2011
The relationship between environmental quality and economic growth is puzzling. This paper illustrates that according to the Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC) hypothesis, as income increases, emissions increase as well until some thre...
Climate change policy in the MENA region: prospects, challenges, and the implication of market instruments
M.H. Babiker; M.A. Fehaid / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2011
Given its harsh climate and fragile ecosystems, the MENA region is vulnerable to the physical impacts of climate change; yet, given its high dependency on hydrocarbon resources, the region is also vulnerable to the impacts of climate ...
The impact of broadband infrastructure on economic growth in Egypt and some Arab and emerging countries
M. Badran / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2011
Telecommunications networks play a vital role in today’s economies. This study aims at examining the impact of broadband infrastructure on economic growth in in 22 emerging and Arab countries during the period (1998-2008). ...
Sustainable development and environmental challenges in the MENA region: accounting for the environment in the 21st century
S.L. Sakmar; M. Wackernagel; A. Galli / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2011
Although many of MENA’s economic challenges have been widely analysed, environmental challenges are rarely taken into consideration in the process of formulating economic policies in the region. This paper addresses the major ga...
Oil prices and stock markets: what drives what in the Gulf Corporation Council countries?
M.E.H. Arouri; C. Rault / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2011
In theory, the value of stock is equal to the discounted sum of expected future cash-flows, yet corporate cash-flows are affected by macroeconomic events that can be influenced by oil price variations. The present article examines the...
Testing for “contagion” of the subprime crisis on the Middle East and North African stock markets: a Markov switching Egarch approach
W. Khallouli; R. Sandretto / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2011
The liberalisation of inward capital movements has been pursued in most of MENA countries, together with a gradual relaxation of controls on outward capital flows; however, there is no unanimous view about the consequences of this fin...
Measuring the damage from financial integration in the GCC: lessons from the global crisis
M. Haddad; S. Hakim / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2011
In the wake of the global financial crisis, several GCC countries experienced considerable economic slowdowns, indicating of the negative consequences of financial integration. Using data from 2001 to 2009, the current paper calculate...
Have Islamic banks been more resistant than conventional banks to the 2007-2008 financial crisis?
K. Bourkhis; M.S. Nabi / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2011
The recent global financial crisis has induced a series of failures of many conventional banks; in this context, many economists advocate for the return to narrow banking and/or for favouring the development of Islamic banking, suppos...
The Qatari conundrum: the changing face of West Asia's political landscape
K. Gupta / Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi 2013
Qatar is creating a large footprint for itself in the West Asian political landscape. The Gulf state was previously known primarily for its oil and gas reserves, and compliance with US interests in the region. However, Qatar has in th...
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