Economic and Social Policies of Transition: The Case of Morocco

Any review of the political economy of democratic transition periods from the Moroccan, Maghreb or Arab perspectives, compared to the more significant experiences in today’s world, invariably takes us back to the relatively old issues of democracy’s economic foundations, correlations between economic and democratic development, and the relationship between economic and political liberalisation.

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