The Political Economy of Rentierism of the Palestinian Authority
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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