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Author Fishstein, Paul, author

Title Afghan economic policy, institutions, and society since 2001 / Paul Fishstein and Murtaza Edries Amiryar
Published Washington, DC : U.S. Institute of Peace, [2015]
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Description 1 online resource (16 pages)
Series Special report ; 383
Special report (United States Institute of Peace) ; 383
Contents Competing ideologies -- Afghanistan's economic system -- The market and its discontents -- Conclusion -- Recommendations
Summary "The general expectation among Afghans after the fall of the Taliban was that the state, equipped with financial resources and technical assistance from the international community, would once again take the lead in the economic sphere. Instead, Kabul adopted a market economy. The move remains controversial in some quarters. This report, derived from interviews conducted in 2015 and 2010, takes stock of the competing ideologies in Afghanistan today with respect to the economy"--Publisher's web site
Notes "October 2015."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 14-16)
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption (USIP, viewed November 9, 2015)
Subject Capitalism -- Afghanistan
Economic history.
Economic policy.
Afghanistan -- Economic conditions -- 21st century
Afghanistan -- Economic policy -- 21st century
Form Electronic book
Author Amiryar, Murtaza Edries, author
United States Institute of Peace, publisher