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Почему арабский мир оказался на пороге революции? Школьное образование, экономические возможности и «арабская весна»

https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2013-2-73-93

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Аннотация

Какие долгосрочные условия сыграли важную роль в наступлении так называемой «арабской весны»? За последние десятилетия арабский мир характеризовался бурным развитием школьного образования в сочетании с неблагоприятными условиями на рынке труда. Особенно отчетливо такая ситуация проявилась в странах, где в первый год «арабской весны» произошли существенные изменения. В статье утверждается, что отсутствие адекватных экономических возможностей для более образованного населения может стать важным фактором при изучении эпизодов политической нестабильности, например «арабской весны».

Об авторах

Ф. Кампанте
Гарвардский университет (Кэмбридж, США)
Россия
проф. Гарвардского университета (Кэмбридж, США)


Д. Чор
Сингапурский университет управления (Сингапур)
Россия
проф. Сингапурского университета управления (Сингапур)


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Кампанте Ф., Чор Д. Почему арабский мир оказался на пороге революции? Школьное образование, экономические возможности и «арабская весна». Вопросы экономики. 2013;(2):73-93. https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2013-2-73-93

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Campante F., Chor D. Why Was the Arab World Poised for Revolution? Schooling, Opportunities, and the Arab Spring. Voprosy Ekonomiki. 2013;(2):73-93. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2013-2-73-93

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