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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Shokhbozbek Zhumanazarov
Consequences of the "Arab Spring" for the Economic Development of Egypt and Saudi Arabia
World Economy
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
The Arab Spring’ is an on-going flood of demonstrations and protests in the Arab world, which started in December 2010. The essential effect of the Arab Spring has been to change the social contract administering the relationship between Arab governing elites and their populaces.

The purpose of this study is to show that the current situation in the Middle East and North Africa region is a corollary of decades of failed policies, exacerbated by a unique economic crisis.

The methodological basis of this work is comparative analysis and research analysis.

To get a comprehensive research, we will observe multiple sources, including official state documents, foreign analytical articles and manuals of the leading experts studying MENA region.

This study look at the consequence of the Arab Spring on the economic development of Saudi Arabia and Egypt, drawing on briefings, reports and articles to distinguish the primary issues raised by experts. While this study concentrates on regional effects and implications of the protests, it additionally considers the more extensive worldwide effects seeing that these have had a knock-on consequence on the MENA region.

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