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Abstract

This study aims to contribute to the determination of the nature of the obstacles to reform trade policy in Algeria using the institutional approach to deal with economic phenomena, especially those related to foreign trade. Sectoral interests of key actors and an intellectual context despite the adoption by Algeria of trade liberalization for more than two decades in this sense, the political system, its constraints and contradictions are the starting point for any reflection on the issues of trade reform, hence the crucial importance of the approach to economic policy reform trade policy in Algeria.

Keywords

Political economy Trade policy Lobbyists Algerian economy Trade reform

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Djamila Ferhat, University of Oran 2 Mohamed ben Ahmed, Oran (Algeria)

PhD Student

How to Cite
Ferhat, D. (2019). The Political Economy of Trade Policy Reform in Algeria : during the Period 1990-2018. Management & Economics Research Journal, 1(4), 52-64. https://doi.org/10.48100/merj.v1i4.61
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