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Oil in the New World Order 9780813013671

Oil in the New World Order

ISBN-10: 0813013674
ISBN-13: 9780813013671
PUBLISHER: University Press of Florida
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"High-quality readings on the development of the oil industry and oil markets in the post-Gulf War and post-Cold War era.nbsp; I know of no other work that contains in one volume the range of articles covering subjects of current interest in the political economy of the petroleum market."--Kenneth A. Stammerman, U.S. State Department, on staff at the Center for National Security Studies
"Covers some of the most critical aspects of the oil industry as well as the policies of many of the leading producers of crude oil."--Mohsen M. Milani, University of South Florida

Academics and business executives contribute to this interdisciplinary examination of the international oil industry and the question of how its stability can be maintained.nbsp; On the basis of their analyses of various Middle Eastern, former Soviet, and Latin American countries, they conclude that internal developments in these countries tend to reinforce the integration of local oil industries into the international market.
Introduction, by Kate Gillespie and Clement M. Henry
I: Global Issues
The Dynamics of Reintegration in the International Petroleum Industry, by Giacomo Luciani
Perspectives on Integration in the Oil Industry: Innovations from the Financial Market, by Keith C. Brown and Robert F. Semmons
Toward the Regionalization of Oil Markets, by Peter R. Odell
II: Case Studies
Algeria's New Oil Strategy, by Lahouari Addi
Kuwait's Forward Integration, by Mary Ann Tétreault
III:nbsp; New Challenges in the Former Soviet Union
The Emerging Petroleum Law of the Russian Federation, by Gary B. Conine
Oil and Regional Relations in the Caucasus and Central Asia in the Post-Soviet Period, by Pinar Batur-VanderLippe and Stephen Simmons
IV:nbsp; The Middle East
The Political Economy of Iran's Oil Policy, by Hooshang Amirahmadi
Progress Postponed: Iraqi Oil Policy, Past, Present, and Future, by Peter Sluglett
Oil Politics in the GCC States in the Wake of the Kuwait Crisis, by David E. Long
Conclusion, by Kate Gillespie and Clement M. Henry
Integration and Price Management:nbsp; Oil Regime Prospects and the Multinational Companies, by Ian Skeet
Japanese Technology in the Upstream Oil Industry, by Hiroshi Morishima
Forward Integration of the Venezuelan Oil Industry, by Angel E. Olmeta
Opportunities for Energy Investment in Russia and the Republics, by Alfred J. Boulos
Kate Gillespie is associate professor of international business and Clement M. Henry is professor of government and Middle East studies at the University of Texas, Austin.nbsp; Gillespie is the author of The Tripartite Relationship:nbsp; Government, Foreign Investors, and Local Investors During Egypt's Economic Opening as well as articles in Columbia Journal of World Business, Journal of International Business Studies, and The Middle East Journal.nbsp; Henry directed the Business School at the American University of Beirut from 1981 to 1984 and is the author of numerous books and articles on Middle Eastern politics and finance, including a second edition in 1994 of Images of Development:nbsp; Egyptian Engineers in Search of Industry, under the name of Clement Henry Moore.

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