Mohammed Samhouri

Mohammed Samhouri

Mohammed Samhouri is a Palestinian economist and academic. He is a former senior economic advisor in the Palestinian Authority (1995-2005) and a former senior fellow and lecturer at Brandeis University’s Crown Center for Middle East Studies (2006-08). This article is based on a recently published paper by the author titled “Revisiting the Paris Protocol: Israeli-Palestinian Economic Relations, 1994-2014,” Middle East Journal, Vol. 70, No. 4 (Autumn 2016), pp. 579-607.


Oslo Process and the Palestinian Economy: Promises vs. Reality
Only with full Palestinian sovereignty over the land occupied in 1967 can the Palestinian economy regain lost ground, recover the ability to function and grow, and secure the requisite conditions to proceed on the path of sustainable development.
Fifty Years of Israeli-Palestinian Economic Relations, 1967-2017: What Have We Learned?
Evisceration of the Palestinian Economy: 1967-2007: The Destruction of 50 Years of Israeli Colonizing Military Occupation on the Palestinian Economy.

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