Land Reform and Development in the Middle East: A Study of Egypt, Syria, and Iraq

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
Addams Doris G. "Current Population Trends in Iraq", Middle East Journal, Spring 1956.
Ayrout H. C. Fellahs d'Égypte. 6th ed. Cairo, Éditions du Sphynx, 1952.
Bulos Nassib. Legal Aspects of Land Tenure in Jordan and Syria. Beirut, UNRWA, 1953.
Burns Norman. "The Dujailah Land Settlement", Middle East Journal, Summer 1951.
Critchley A. Michael. "The Health of the Industrial Worker in Iraq", reprinted from British Journal of Industrial Medicine, vol. 12, 1955.
Egypt, Higher Committee for Agrarian Reform. Replies to the United Nations Questionnaires relating to Egyptian Agrarian Reform Measures. Cairo, 1955.
--- "Permanent Council of Public Services, Economics Sub-Committee of the National Population Commission". The Population Problem in Egypt. Cairo, 1955.
"Egyptian-American Rural Improvement Service". Land Reclamation and Resettlement. March 1955 (pamphlet).
Darling Sir Malcolm. "Land Reform in Italy and Egypt", Year Book of Agricultural Co-operation, 1956.
Dowson Sir Ernest. An Inquiry into Land Tenure and Related Questions; Proposals for the Initiation of Reform. Letchworth, for Iraq Government, 1932.
Ghonemy Mohamed Riad. Resource Use and Income in Egyptian Agriculture before and after Land Reform, with particular reference to Economic Development. N. Carolina State College, unpublished D. Phil. thesis, 1953.
Haider Salih. Land Problems of Iraq. London University unpublished Ph.D. thesis, 1942.
Hakim George. "Land Tenure Reform", Middle East Economic Papers, 1954 (published by the Economic Research Institute, American University of Beirut).
Hassan Mohammed Ali. "Miri Sirf Land Development in Iraq", International Social Science Bulletin, vol. 5, no. 4, 1953.
--- Land Reclamation and Settlement in Iraq. Baghdad, 1955. International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The Economic Development of Iraq. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1952.
--- The Economic Development of Syria. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1955.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface, to the First Edition vi
  • Preface to the Second Edition ix
  • Introduction: the Meaning Of Land Reform 1
  • I- The Agrarian Reform in Egypt 10
  • II- Social Structure And Technical Change in the Crescent 55
  • III- Private Enterprise in Syria 71
  • IV- Money in Iraq 113
  • Conclusion The Dynamics of Change 184
  • Postscript Agrarian Reform in The United Arab Republic 191
  • Bibliography 230
  • Index 233
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