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|Title:||The economic contagion of the Syrian crisis on neighboring countries : the case of Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey||Authors:||Yammine, Josiane
|Advisors:||Saab, Gretta||Subjects:||Syria--History--Protests, 2011---Economic aspects||Issue Date:||2014||Abstract:||
The purpose of this study is to analyze the economic impact of the Syrian conflict on the neighboring countries especially Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. This topic has been chosen because it highlights a real and current situation. This report starts with an introduction that presents the topic, it then lists some articles that include issues related to the topic being studied. Evidences from the Syrian crisis are stated highlighting the ruinous economic situation those countries face from the beginning of the war. Subsequently, three separate models are conducted-each for each country in order to gather more information about the topic and to ensure that reality meets theories. The results found were significant and showed that a particular sector was affected in the three neighbors.
Includes bibliographical references (p.47-49).
Supervised by Dr. Gretta Saab.
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