Mohammad asadi, Seyed Javad Fozounkhah Some Sarani
Islamic Azad University of Chaloos-Iran
1( master of political science and Regional Studies of Islamic Azad University of Chaloos)
2(master of political science and Regional Studies of Islamic Azad University of Chaloos)
Abstract:Several similarities explain the spread of the Arab revolutionary process: the polarization of economies to limited sectors, a rentier-based management of resources, very low employment rates and extremely high rates of skilled migration. Finally, a similar external pact with the Western powers, and an inner pact between elites that have both imploded. This article suggests new directions for these economies that would combine regional integration and a catch-up strategy via service activities.
[Mohammad asadi, Seyed Javad Fozounkhah Some Sarani. Political Economy of Arab Revolutions: analysis and prospects for North-African Countries. J Am Sci 2013;9(6):67-75]. (ISSN: 1545-1003).http://www.jofamericanscience.org. 9
Keywords: political economy, Middle East and North Africa, unemployment, tertiary education, internal and international pact. Full Text 9