Oman and Yemen
Liberalization is not an exclusively Western concept, but it has flourished there in recent years. But do policies, such as economic liberalization, that are being advocated by the IMF and the World Bank, really provide the solution to the acute economic problems facing developing countries today.
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Murphy, E., & Niblock, T. (1993). Economic and political liberalization in the Middle East. New York, NY: British Academic Press.
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