Analysis of the impact of Dutch disease on the capacity of the Iraqi economy
Volume 10, Issue 37, Pages 33-56
AbstractDespite the positive role played by the oil revenues of the Iraqi economy through its contribution to the formation GDP and raise the volume of total exports and finance the general budget , but those returns have had negative repercussions large and dangerous has led to the deepening of the structural imbalance of the economy Iraqi and pushed toward more reliance on oil revenues on one side, and higher rates of unemployment than the other side , through the injury the Iraqi economy Dutch disease , which led to a decline in the volume capacity of the Iraqi economy because of the reluctance to invest in the areas of commodity exchange ( the agricultural sector and the industrial sector manufacturing ), but in order to raise the size of the capacity to correct the structural imbalance and raise operating rates in the Iraqi economy must restrict and reduce the effects of Dutch disease on goods sectors reciprocity being the sectors that reliable much higher rates of production away from the dominance of oil revenues as well as its significant role in the absorption of unemployment.
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