Records relating to keyword "Economy"
- Brookings Iraq Index
Keywords: Statistics Economic development Opinion polls Economy
The index includes data from recent opinion polls in Iraq.
"The Iraq Index is a statistical compilation of economic, public opinion, and security data. This resource will provide updated information on various criteria, including crime, telephone and water service, troop fatalities, unemployment, Iraqi security forces, oil production, and coalition troop strength. "
A non-profit website with information on the Iraqi economy. Reguarly updated with relevant news articles and press releases.
- Economy of Iraq (ORB poll) (Aug 2007)
Keywords: Opinion polls Economy
7,577 Iraqis, throughout the country, were asked about their economic situation, and their views of the Iraqi economy. The opinions were very divided: although more Iraqis believe the economy is deteriorating, a substantial minority believe it is improving, and many are unsure. The most pessimistic include Sunnis and residents of Baghdad.
- Statement on EU Trade (20 Nov 2006)
Keywords: Trade Economy Eu Wto
Report in the Financial Times newspaper on a bilateral trade deal with the EU
- World Bank Iraq Data Sheet (23 Oct 2006)
Keywords: World bank Economy Statistics
- Rebuilding Iraq: Economic Reform and Transition (Feb 2006)
Keywords: World bank Economy
This World Bank report focuses on the cross-cutting issues at the heart of Iraq’s transition, including the immediate challenges of reviving the economy and creating jobs, rebuilding public services responsive to citizens’ needs, and strengthening safety nets to protect the poor and vulnerable. It also addresses some overarching issues in public sector governance, particularly the management of oil revenues, the realignment of economic incentives and prices, the reform of human resource management, and the implementation of anticorruption efforts.
- The Iraqi Constitution from an Economic Perspective (26 Aug 2005)
Keywords: Constitution Economy
link to an interview with Noah Feldman on the 1st of August 2005