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Roots & impact of the Syrian Crisis

The project has two main phases, the first one aims to analyze the development roots of the current crisis in Syria from economic, social, and institutional perspectives. This phase is conducted based on comprehensive and thorough analysis of the public policy during the pre-crisis period. The second phase intends to study the ...

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Roots of the Crisis (economic growth_3)

A decrease of the investment and particularly public investment contribution to economic growth, and the relatively high contribution of the private consumption affected by the consumption of Iraqi families since HIES showed a decrease in Syrian households spending between 2004 and 2009.  

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Roots of the Crisis

The structural economic, social, and institutional distortions led for Syria to relative decrease in GDP per capita and Human Development Index comparing to a number of Arab countries in addition to Turkey and Malaysia. This has reflected in a frustration among Syrians and particularly among youth.  

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Roots of the Crisis (labor force market)

A relatively low unemployment rate (8%) hiding a dramatic decrease in labor force participation rates as the Syrian economy created only 400 thousand job opportunities during the last decade that reduced LFP rate from 47% in 2001 to 39% in 2010 which reflected the fact that economic growth in Syria ...

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