Iran and the Global Economy: Petro Populism, Islam and Economic Sanctions
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Parvin Alizadeh, Boston University, Study Abroad London and Hassan Hakimian, LMEI & SOAS
Date: 4 March 2014Time: 5:45 PM
Finishes: 4 March 2014Time: 7:00 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College BuildingsRoom: Khalili Lecture Theatre
Type of Event: Book Launch
Please note this event is new and replaces the previously announced lecture on Prospects for Inclusive Growth in the MENA Region by Hassan Hakimian.
Book launch to mark the publication of Iran and the Global Economy: Petro Populism, Islam and Economic Sanctions edited by Parvin Alizadeh and Hassan Hakimian (Routledge, 2014).
The session will focus on the economic aspects and consequences of the Iranian Revolution in general and its interaction with the international economy in particular. Many studies have to date dealt with Iran’s economic challenges, policies and performance in the post-revolutionary period but its interaction with the international economy has not received sufficient attention. Alizadeh and Hakimian highlight contributions in this volume which address the ways in which in the span of three decades, Iran’s economy has evolved from strong aspirations to develop an ‘independent economy’ to grappling with debilitating international economic sanctions. It is argued that a study of the Iranian experience can offer valuable insights and lessons for the recent events in the MENA region.
Chair: Massoud Karshenas, SOAS
Organiser: London Middle East Institute and the Centre for Iranian Studies
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