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Middle East: Business & Economics: Entrepreneurship & Technology
Find books, articles, and online resources about business and economics in the Middle East.
The Saudi market has newly become an arena for unbridled competition. As companies must adapt and embark on creative means to sustain their positions in dynamic markets, multinational corporations must also find a comprehensive approach to dealing with cultural and political developments.
This book contains an analysis of regulatory reforms in Turkish energy markets (electricity, natural gas, renewable and nuclear energy), the impact of these reforms on country s energy portfolio and role in global energy trade, especially between the EU, the Caspian, Caucasus, and Central Asia.
This book examines the motives behind Libya's pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability, from Gadhafi's rise to power in 1969 through to the end of 2003. It also assesses the proliferation pathways the regime followed during this period, including early dependence on Soviet technology and assistance, subsequently relying on technological infusions from the A.Q. Khan network.
This book aims to analyze the patterns of resource mobilization and the strategies for survival developed by some Tunisian entrepreneur-returnees with a view to providing for the survival of their own business concerns, as well as the elements which have shaped their entrepreneurial activities.
The Invention of Enterprise gathers together, for the first time, leading economic historians to explore the entrepreneur's role in society from antiquity to the present. Addressing social and institutional influences, each chapter examines entrepreneurship during a particular period as well as geographic location.
This book provides a concise and in-depth account of contemporary conceptual and operational issues in strategic management and entrepreneurship. Based on empirical analysis in Arab countries, the author addresses venture capital, technology and survival decisions of Arab entrepreneurs.
In the midst of political turmoil, a quieter revolution has begun to emerge, one that might ultimately do more to change the face of the region: entrepreneurship. As a seasoned investor in emerging markets, Christopher M. Schroeder explores the future of investing in the Arab world.
Stevenson's book provides a through review for a diverse and complex region with a practical guide for policy makers to respond to the high unemployment and low productivity challenges facing the 12 countries covered in the analysis. Moreover, Stevenson advocates how to encourage a missing entrepreneurial spirit that is crucial to expand the private sector role.