The Economic Peace Theory



The first chapter focuses on economic peace theories and their potential implementation in the Middle East, the different models of economic systems, and the economic system in Egypt, Israel, Jordan, and Palestine. We emphasize the economic and cultural gaps between those countries that need to be taken in consideration in proposals for economic cooperation.


Gross Domestic Product Government Spending Economic Freedom Foreign Currency Arab Country 
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  1. 1.Bar Ilan UniversityIsrael

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