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Inside the Middle East: "International Monetary Institutions and Reform in Tunisia" with Minister Hedi Larbi

| December 23, 2015 Series: Inside the Middle East

Excerpt from an October 16 installment of the “Inside the Middle East" Q&A Series, with Minister Hedi Larbi, Former Minister of Economic Infrastructure and Sustainable Development and Middle East Initiative Fall 2015 Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar, on the role of International Monetary Institutions such as the World Bank and IMF in encouraging and implementing economic reforms during the political transition in Tunisia.

Watch the clip from the interview with Minister Larbi, conducted by Kristin Wagner, Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Journal of Middle Eastern Politics and Policy and Master's Candidate at the Tufts Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, here:

Listen to the full interview below:

 

For more about Hedi Larbi's study group Rewriting the Arab Social Contract: Toward Inclusive Development and Politics in the Arab World, click here.

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For Academic Citation: Larbi, Hedi.“Inside the Middle East: "International Monetary Institutions and Reform in Tunisia" with Minister Hedi Larbi.” , December 23, 2015.