Economic Research on the Arab World and the Middle East – A Neglected Field of Study in Germany

The article gives an overview of the development of contemporary research on Middle Eastern and North African economies in Germany. It includes the most important institutions and central research topics and approaches, underlining that in fact it is a multidisciplinary field of study. The...

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Veröffentlicht: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2015
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topic Economic Issues
Economics
Evolution
Germany
Regionalization
Focus
Middle East Studies
Impediments
spellingShingle Economic Issues
Economics
Evolution
Germany
Regionalization
Focus
Middle East Studies
Impediments
Economic Research on the Arab World and the Middle East – A Neglected Field of Study in Germany
Steffen Wippel
title Economic Research on the Arab World and the Middle East – A Neglected Field of Study in Germany
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title_full Economic Research on the Arab World and the Middle East – A Neglected Field of Study in Germany
title_fullStr Economic Research on the Arab World and the Middle East – A Neglected Field of Study in Germany
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description The article gives an overview of the development of contemporary research on Middle Eastern and North African economies in Germany. It includes the most important institutions and central research topics and approaches, underlining that in fact it is a multidisciplinary field of study. The article also points out some of its most salient structural, conceptual, and methodological problems. Referring to research on regionalization processes, the author advocates an open, transregionally and transdisciplinarily oriented approach closely based on empirical findings.
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