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dc.contributor.authorAl Labadi, Taher
dc.subjectPolitique économiqueen
dc.subjectProcessus de paixen
dc.subjectSecours internationalen
dc.titleToward a better distribution of the peace dividends. Thoughts on the peace process political economyen
dc.typeCommunication / Conférence
dc.description.abstractenUpon the signing of the Oslo Accords, the international community was committed to significantly boosting financial aid to the Palestinians, with an explicit desire to support the peace process. The creation of favorable conditions were then desired to enhance (economic) interests, respective and mutual, of the two belligerents (and more generally of other actors in the region), which serve as foundations for peace. The outbreak of the 2nd Intifada caused disillusionment among the architects of this process, especially in regards to the scope of the benefits of driven economic dynamics on peace efforts. The range of economic policies will be refined to better identify their needs and better meet them. In order to keep the hope of saving the peace, it will be better to distribute its dividends. We will report in our communication on the evolution of the economic policies in the occupied Palestinian territories, discourses and practices, as in part the result of their necessary adaptation to keep the hope of saving the peace process. This will allow us to start thinking about the relationship between political and economic fields in what we call the political economy of peace process.en
dc.subject.ddclabelCroissance et développement économiquesen
dc.relation.conftitleL’économie politique palestinienne : Pratiques quotidiennes, soutenabilité et perspectivesen

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