Joseph Dubroff analyzes Saudi Arabia's economic performance over King Salman's reign, with an aim to answer how controversial foreign policy choices have affected Saudi economic performance.
Economy of Saudi Arabia
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Senior Research Fellow Paul Rivlin analyzes how economic problems have come to a head in three very different states in the region: Saudi Arabia, Iran and Tunisia. As a result, unrest has developed with social and political consequences.
Paul Rivlin analyzes the economic factors behind the political shifts in Saudi Arabia.
MDC Senior Research Fellow Paul Rivlin and MDC Intern Andrea Helfant show how the recent decline in Saudi oil revenue – from $330 billion in 2012 to a forecast $115-130 billion in 2016 – has led to radical policy changes and assess the prospects for their implementation.
Senior Researcher Dr. Paul Rivlin explains the challenges facing Saudi Arabia in light of low oil prices and its regional rivalry with Iran.
Senior Researcher Dr. Paul Rivlin analyzes the impact of falling oil prices on the political economy of the region, and specifically on Saudi Arabia.