Arab Transformations Project

Publisher Description

The Arab Transformations project investigates the root causes of the Arab Uprisings, which became popularly known as the ‘Arab Spring’. It analyses the economic, social, and political changes in Arab MENA countries directly after this radical period of change and explores the outlook for the region. Based on large-scale cross-national surveys in North Africa, Jordan, and Iraq asking 85 questions and collecting nearly 300 variables, the Project explores respondents’ opinions across a broad range of topics.
Research Reports in JSTOR from Arab Transformations Project
36 Research Reports in JSTOR Date
After the Arab Uprisings:: Popular Expectations and the EU'S Response 2016
After the Arab Uprisings:: Popular Expectations and the EU’s Response 2016
After the Arab Uprisings:: resilience or transformation? 2016
Against the Tide:: Conservatism, Gender Equality and the Possibilities for a Democracy Which Includes Arab Women 2017
Arab Transformations:: Have Expectations Been Met? 2017
ArabTrans Project Framework Paper 2016
Building Decent Societies?: Economic Situation and Political Cohesion After the Arab Uprisings 2017
Building Decent Societies:: Economics and Political Cohesion in Egypt, Jordan and Tunisia 2016
Corruption, Cohesion, and the Rule of Law 2017
The Effect of Anti-Terrorism and Social Movements in Egypt 2016
EU Policy Impact and Public Perception in the Mena Region 2017
The EU’s Policy Response to the Arab Uprisings 2016
From Ring of Friends to Ring of Fire:: Challenges to Stability and legitimacy in MENA States 2017
Gender Equality and Mena Women’s Empowerment in the Aftermath of the 2011 Arab Uprisings 2017
A Generation in Waiting for Jobs and Justice:: Young People Not in Education Employment or Training in North Africa 2017
Human Rights in Egypt:: five years after the revolution 2016
The Integrity of States:: Corruption in the EU’s Southern Neighbours 2017
Iraq After ISIS: Continued Conflict or Rebuilding Beyond Identity? 2017
Key Findings from the Arab Transformations Project 2017
MENA in 2014:: Do People Think Their Nation is Secure? 2017
MENA Populations’ Perceptions of Key Challenges, International Context, and Role of the European Union 2017
Perceptions of the EU:: Public Opinion in Six Arab States 2017
Political and Social Change in Egypt:: Preludes to the January Uprising 2017
Political and Social Transformations in Egypt 2017
The Political, Social and Economic Drivers of the 2011 Egyptian Uprising 2016
Reconsidering the Role of Youth:: Generational Differences in Political and Social Attitudes in the Arab World 2017
The Relative Importance of Religion and Region in Explaining Differences in Political, Economic and Social Attitudes in Iraq in 2014:: Findings from the Arab Transformations Public Opinion Survey 2016
The rocky road ahead to peace:: the Arab Uprisings and the conflict in Libya 2016
Sinkholes of Insecurity:: The Structural Causes of Weaknesses in Six Arab Countries 2017
Socio-Economic Inequality and the Failure of Development Strategies for the Middle East 2017
What do ‘the People’ Want?: The Demand for Democracy in Six Middle Eastern States 2017
What do ‘The People’ Want?: Citizens’ Perceptions of Democracy, Development, and EU-MENA Relations in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Libya, and Morocco in 2014 2016
What Drives Migration from the Middle East?: Why People Want to Leave Arab States 2017
Young People in North Africa Not in Employment, Education or Training 2017
Youth and Social Media in Transition 2017
Youth and the Arab Uprisings:: the story of the rising tide 2017