Bridging the Gap between Rich and Poor: American Economic Development Policy toward the Arab East, 1942-1949

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CONTINUUM OF ECONOMIC DELOPMENT IN THE ARAB EAST

NOTES
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Galal A. Amin, The Modernization of Poverty: A Study in the Political Economy of Growth in Nine Arab Countries, 1945-1970 (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1974); Z. Y. Hershlag, The Economic Structure of the Middle East (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1975); Kurt Grumwald and J. O. Ronall, Industrialization in the Middle East ( Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1960); Yusif A. Sayigh, The Economies of the Arab World: Development Since 1945 ( London: Croom Helm, 1978); Sayigh, The Determinants of Arab Economic Development ( New York: St. Martin's Press, 1978); Alfred Bonne, State and Economics in the Middle East: A Society in Transition ( London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1955).
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UN, Research Institute for Social Development, Contents and Measurements of Socioeconomic Development ( New York: Praeger, 1972); Simon Kuznets, Modern Economic Growth: Rate. Structure and Spread ( New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1966); Carmelo Mesa-Lago, "A Continuum for Global Comparision," in C. Mesa-Lago and C. Beck, eds., Comparative Socialist Systems: Essays on Politics and Economics ( Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Center for International Studies, 1975), pp. 92-102; Jacques Delacroix and Charles C. Ragin, "Structural Blockage: A Cross-National Study of Economic Dependency, State Efficacy, and Underdevelopment," American Journal of Sociology 86 ( May 1981): 1311-47; Kurt Finsterbusch, "Recent Rank Ordering of Nations in Terms of Level and Rate of Development," Studies in Comparative International Development 8 (Spring 1973): 52-70; Charles Taylor and M. Hudson, World Handbook of Political and Social Indicators, 2d ed. ( New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1972).
3.
Data are drawn from: UN, Statistical Office, Demographic Yearbook, 1948 and 1955 ( New York: UN, 1949, 1955); U.S., Department of State, Data Book: Near East and Independent Africa ( Office of Intelligence Research, May 1951); David Horowitz, The Enigma of Economic Growth: A Case Study of Israel ( New York: Praeger, 1972); Sayigh, Economies of the Arab World; UN, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, World Energy Supplies, 1950-1974 ( New York: UN, 1976); World Health Organization, Annual-Epidemiological andVital Statistic 957

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