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The Political Economy of Rentierism of the Palestinian Authority

Iqtait, Anas


Since the Palestinian Authority's inception in 1994, it has set up institutions that were intended to form the core of a future Palestinian state. It established state institutions such as ministries and agencies, created an extensive security apparatus, and developed a tax system. However, without real sovereignty or control over border crossings, the PA has had to rely on two sources of external income: foreign aid and clearance revenue. Although the effects of foreign aid on the PA's...[Show more]

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Date published: 2020
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5e60c77a89542
Embargoed until: 2024-03-05


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