Iran's post-revolutionary Legal and Economic System
Article from: OGEL 4 (2004), in Roundup of Articles
The politics has always played an essential rule in the Iranian economic system, since before the revolution. This situation is a result of the state domination as well as of the influence of crude oil exports. The mass-nationalization, uncertainty about the legal framework of economic and the alteration of the underlying economic theories of governance and the law of property, all had a significant negative impact on the Iran's post-revolutionary economy. Nowadays the interaction of political, social and economic developments is an inevitable reality in any country. Taking this fact into ...