"Steffen Hertog"
TitleCited byYear
Princes, brokers, and bureaucrats: Oil and the state in Saudi Arabia
S Hertog
Cornell University Press, 2011
Engineers of jihad: The curious connection between violent extremism and education
D Gambetta, S Hertog
Princeton University Press, 2017
Defying the resource curse: explaining successful state-owned enterprises in rentier states
S Hertog
World Politics 62 (2), 261-301, 2010
Why are there so many Engineers among Islamic Radicals?
D Gambetta, S Hertog
European Journal of Sociology/Archives Européennes de Sociologie 50 (2), 201-230, 2009
The sociology of the Gulf rentier systems: Societies of intermediaries
S Hertog
Comparative Studies in Society and History 52 (2), 282-318, 2010
A comparative assessment of labor market nationalization policies in the GCC
S Hertog
Gerlach Press, 2012
Arab Gulf states: an assessment of nationalisation policies
S Hertog
The private sector and reform in the Gulf Cooperation Council
S Hertog
LSE Kuwait Programme, 2013
The GCC and Arab economic integration: a new paradigm
S Hertog
Middle East Policy 14 (1), 52-68, 2007
Benchmarking SME policies in the GCC: a survey of challenges and opportunities
S Hertog
Eurochambres, 2010
Shaping the Saudi state: Human agency's shifting role in rentier-state formation
S Hertog
International Journal of Middle East Studies 39 (4), 539-563, 2007
Energy and sustainability policies in the GCC.
S Hertog, G Luciani
Kuwait Program, London School of Economics, 2009
The costs of counter-revolution in the GCC
S Hertog
Foreign Policy 31, 2011
Business politics in the Middle East
S Hertog, G Luciani, M Valeri
Hurst Publishers, 2013
Segmented clientelism: The political economy of Saudi Economic reform efforts
S Hertog
Saudi Arabia in the Balance: Political Economy, Society, Foreign Affairs …, 2005
Petromin: the slow death of statist oil development in Saudi Arabia
S Hertog
Business history 50 (5), 645-667, 2008
Rentier militaries in the Gulf states: the price of coup-proofing
S Hertog
International Journal of Middle East Studies 43 (3), 400-402, 2011
State and Private Sector in the GCC after the Arab Uprisings
S Hertog
Journal of Arabian Studies 3 (2), 174-195, 2013
Private sector actors in the UAE and their role in the process of economic and political reform
K Almezaini
Business politics in the Middle East, 43-66, 2013
Two-level negotiations in a fragmented system: Saudi Arabia's WTO accession
S Hertog
Review of international political economy 15 (4), 650-679, 2008
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