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    Abdallah,Lina, Abdel Aziz,Teymour, Ali,Nazaneen Ismail, Ali,Soran Hama Tahir, Alkhoja,Ghassan N., Bahnson,Caroline, Dahdah,Said, Dajani,Ibrahim Khalil, Denizer,Cevdet A., Minatelli,Janet Lynn, Esen,Ferhat, Fotovat Ahmadi,Sepehr, Hart,Tracy, Jaffrin,Guillemette Sidonie, Jennings,Ray Salvatore, Jokanovic,Igor, Kamphuis,Bertine, Krishnan,Nandini, Kulaksiz,Sibel, Mattoo,Aaditya, Mcconaghy,Peter, Mobasher Fard,Shahrzad, Mofid,Nafie Mohammed, Neman,Ramzi Afif, Nikaein Towfighian,Samira, Olivieri,Sergio Daniel, Raad,Firas, Rabie,Tamer Samah, Raha,Shomikho, Talbi,Amal, Temourov,Moukim, Onder,HarunApr 16, 2015
    The Kurdistan Region of the Republic ofIraq (KRI) is a constitutionally recognized semiautonomousregion in northern Iraq with a population of 5.1 million(2012 estimate). Its government (the KRG), based in Erbil,has the right, under the Iraqi constitution of 2005,...
    Calì, Massimiliano, Harake,Wissam, Hassan,Fadi, Struck,Clemens ChristianApr 01, 2015
    The devastating civil war in Syria isarguably one of the major civil conflicts in recent times.The conflict started with protests in March 2011 and soonafter escalated to a violent internal war with no end insight to this date. The conflict has by the end of...
    Kulaksiz, SibelMar 01, 2015
    The Syrian civil war, which began in2011 and the ISIS (Islamic State in Iraq and Syria)insurgency which accelerated in June 2014 led to thisreport. These events caused tens of thousands to flee andmany chose the relative safety of the Kurdistan Region ofIraq (KRI)....
    Ianchovichina, Elena, Ivanic, MarosJan 01, 2015
    The Syrian war and the subsequentemergence and spread of the Islamic State (ISIS) havetransformed the Levant in ways one could not have imaginedprior to 2011. As the numbers of dead and of refugees andinternally displaced kept climbing, and as families weretorn apart...
    Ianchovichina, Elena, Ivanic, MarosDec 01, 2014
    This paper uses a global computablegeneral-equilibrium framework with new detail on six Levantcountries -- the Arab Republic of Egypt, Iraq, Jordan,Lebanon, the Syrian Arab Republic, and Turkey -- to quantifythe direct and indirect economic effects of the Syrian...