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OIL, POLITICS OF THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND THE PERSIAN GULF

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Date Issued:
2008
Abstract/Description:
This study investigated the effect the price of oil has on enabling political establishments to maintain their presence within the business environment. The study consists of three different case studies with each of the states (Saudi Arabia, Iran and the United Arab Emirates) being chosen based upon their level of state involvement within the business community. Each case study investigated whether the price of oil had any effect on influencing the amount of political involvement within the business community, property rights or trade freedom. The findings for all three case studies suggest that the price of oil has little to no effect on determining the amount of influence the state possesses within the business environment. Based on the results of this investigation, recommendations were made to improve the United States relationship with each country. Additional analysis and recommendations were made concerning the future economic impact of Iraq relying solely on oil as its revenue source.
Title: OIL, POLITICS OF THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND THE PERSIAN GULF.
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Name(s): Parks, Jacob, Author
Sadri, Houman, Committee Chair
University of Central Florida, Degree Grantor
Type of Resource: text
Date Issued: 2008
Publisher: University of Central Florida
Language(s): English
Abstract/Description: This study investigated the effect the price of oil has on enabling political establishments to maintain their presence within the business environment. The study consists of three different case studies with each of the states (Saudi Arabia, Iran and the United Arab Emirates) being chosen based upon their level of state involvement within the business community. Each case study investigated whether the price of oil had any effect on influencing the amount of political involvement within the business community, property rights or trade freedom. The findings for all three case studies suggest that the price of oil has little to no effect on determining the amount of influence the state possesses within the business environment. Based on the results of this investigation, recommendations were made to improve the United States relationship with each country. Additional analysis and recommendations were made concerning the future economic impact of Iraq relying solely on oil as its revenue source.
Identifier: CFE0002390 (IID), ucf:47758 (fedora)
Note(s): 2008-12-01
M.A.
Sciences, Department of Political Science
Masters
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Subject(s): oil
economic liberalism
persian gulf
natural resource curse
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/ucf/fd/CFE0002390
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Host Institution: UCF

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