1 edition of Political economy of the Gulf sovereign wealth funds found in the catalog.
Political economy of the Gulf sovereign wealth funds
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Routledge studies in Middle Eastern economies|
|LC Classifications||HJ3841.P35 B39 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415522229, 9780203080887|
|LC Control Number||2012019906|
Political economy of the Gulf sovereign wealth funds: A case study of Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates Sara Bazoobandi PhD in Arab and Islamic Studies University of Exeter April Download Citation | On , İlker Yaman and others published The Political Aspect of Sovereign Wealth Funds | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
Sovereign Wealth Funds and International Political Economy (Global Finance Ser.) View larger image. By: Applied in this book to the world's four largest SWFs - Government Pension Fund-Global of Norway, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority of the United Arab Emirates, Temasek of Singapore, and the National Wealth Fund of the Russian Federation. The Political Economy of the Gulf Sovereign Wealth Funds A case study of Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates Sara Bazoobandi O Routledge jjj^^ Taylor & Francis Group LONDON AND NEW YORK.
Explaining the different ways in which globalising forces have shaped new dimensions to the political economy of the Persian Gulf states, this book evaluates the changes that have occurred, especially in light of the ongoing global economic crisis. the effects of rentierism on state autonomy; and analysis of sovereign wealth funds and. Change occurs rapidly in the Persian Gulf. While some states have capitalised on the fast-paced nature of globalised fiscal transactions and have become important markets for foreign investment, others have fallen victim to such speculations.
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Highlighting a number of incidents that triggered the transparency debate, the book scrutinises the reaction of some of the Gulf sovereign wealth funds to these recent regulatory codes and strategies. It is a useful contribution to Development, Political Economy and Middle East by: 6.
DOI link for Political Economy of the Gulf Sovereign Wealth Funds. Political Economy of the Gulf Sovereign Wealth Funds book. A Case Study of Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. By Sara Bazoobandi. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 20 December Cited by: 6.
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Political Economy of the Gulf Manufacturer: Routledge. Book Description. Using four Gulf sovereign wealth funds as case studies – Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the UAE - this book examines and analyses the history, governance and structure, and investment strategies of the above mentioned funds, in the context of on-going debates about their transparency.
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Using four Gulf sovereign wealth funds as case studies – Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the UAE - this book Brand: Taylor And Francis.
‘An indispensible survey of three decades of developments in the political economy of states on both sides of the Gulf including Iraq and Iran. Includes most recent information on sovereign wealth funds, Islamic banking and the attempts at monetary union as well as the inside story of the collapse of the Dubai property market.
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Gray returns to his four key concepts throughout the book. In his chapter on Measuring the Gulf Economies, he describes the investment strategy of Gulf sovereign wealth funds as a diversification effort outside of energy markets (p. This may have been true 10 or 20 years ago, but this is decidedly different today.
It is the spectre of sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) – dedicated government investment vehicles from China, Russia and the Gulf states, among others.
These SWFs, critics declare, are the Trojan horse of states that generally are neither democratic nor share the traditions, political systems or legal systems of many OECD countries.
Bassan provides a remarkable compendium on the relevant laws, regulations, and standards affecting sovereign wealth funds. These institutions are now at the very centre of the global financial system and demand greater appreciation of their distinctive qualities as well as their likely implications for nation-states and the global economy.
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF SOVEREIGN WEALTH FUNDS IN THE OIL EXPORTING COUNTRIES OF THE ARAB REGION AND ESPECIALLY THE GULF Sara Bazoobandi and Jeffrey B.
Nugent Working Paper October The authors express their gratitude to Camden Ball, Hossain Pazooki and Ke. Read "Political Economy of the Gulf Sovereign Wealth Funds A Case Study of Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates" by Sara Bazoobandi available from Rakuten Kobo.
Using four Gulf sovereign wealth funds as case studies – Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the UAE - this book examines andBrand: Taylor And Francis.
The worldwide rise of sovereign wealth funds is emblematic of the ongoing transformation of nation-state economic prospects. Sovereign Wealth Funds maps the global footprints of these financial institutions, examining their governance and investment management, and issues of domestic and international legitimacy.
Through a variety of case studies--from the China Investment Corporation to. The world’s sovereign-wealth funds control $8trn in assets. More than a quarter of that is held by four Gulf countries: Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia.
(). Sovereign risk: Gulf sovereign wealth funds as engines of growth and political resource. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies: Vol. 47, Revisiting Rentierism: The Changing Political Economy of Resource-Dependent States in the Gulf and Arabian Peninsula, pp. 1. Introduction.
Political economy is the science of the production, distribution, and exchange of wealth; or, the study of mankind in pursuit of wealth (Leacock,p. 42).In view of this, scholars have proposed that economic regulations, institutional framework, industry openness and international relations significantly affect business enterprises and economic output of the country.
In one instance, Kirill Dmitriev, a close associate of President Vladimir Putin and the head of Russia’s sovereign wealth fund, the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), reportedly met in early January l in the Seychelles with Blackwater founder Erik Prince, a supporter of President Donald J.
Trump and the brother of US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos in an effort to create a US-Russian. Description: Using four Gulf sovereign wealth funds as case studies – Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the UAE - this book examines and analyses the history, governance and structure, and investment strategies of the above mentioned funds, in the context of on-going debates about their transparency.
The book discusses how most Gulf sovereign. The first objective is to review the historical evolution of the Gulf Corporation Council (GCC) sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) and to demonstrate how their conception and evolution was in fact an integral part of an overall prescription for the cyclical economic and fiscal imbalances of the oil-based GCC economies.
the political economy of sovereign weal th funds from a development perspective Orhan im ek (Artvin Çoruh University), Ahmet Arif Er en (Niğde Ömer Halisdemir U niversity) Braunste n, J.
(). Part of the International Political Economy Series book series (IPES) Abstract. The phantom of sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) looms ominously over the United Arab Emirates (UAE) because it allegedly controls a significant portion of all such global funds.
Monetary Union in the Gulf: Prospects for a Single Currency in the Arabian Peninsula.This book examines the origin, nature, the portfolio, organizational structure and operation of the seven largest SWFs from the perspective of the holding countries. Uniquely it tackles the issues from the perspectives of those non-OECD countries whose access to funds creates the most concern.
The Political Economy of Sovereign Wealth Funds.1. Introduction and definition of sovereign wealth funds The Gulf's commodity-based sovereign wealth funds Kuwait's sovereign wealth fund Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth funds The United Arab Emirates' sovereign wealth funds Iran's experience of sovereign wealth management The government pension fund of Norway