International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

The Political Role towards Economic Development in Jordan Private Sector: Case Study (2007-2017)
Prof. Mohammed Al-Mogdad, Dr. Adel Turky Alqadi

The study discusses the role of Jordanian government policies towards economic development in Jordan in general and the private sector as a study case during the study period between 2007 and 2017. The study identifies the reality of government policies in the light of the legislative rules related to stimulating investment and strengthening economic resources such as human resources, and the establishment of transparency and cooperation with the private sector and meet the challenges that contribute to the efficiency of the desired data. The study also sheds light on the role of the private sector in Jordan in the face of unemployment and inflation in Jordan and a general assessment of its role in the development of economic fields during the study period, highlighting the most important practical solutions required by the executive authority in Jordan to develop the contributions of the private sector in the developmental areas needed by the Jordanian state, In light of the increasing repercussions of the increase in the Jordanian debt volume on the state institutions on the one hand and the Jordanian society on the other. The study is based on the main hypothesis that "there is a relationship between the government policies towards the requirements of economic development in Jordan and the internal and regional economic challenges, and the implications for private sector roles during the study period (2007-2017)." Accordingly, the study employs both David Austen's political systems analysis methodology and the statistical methodology through a school of indicators that address many of the study's axes. Finally, the study concluded with several conclusions and recommendations. The most important of these are the role of the private sector towards the development of economic resources, which is still modest in the indicators indicated by the study. The Jordanian policy roles need to be constantly reviewed to identify the overall challenges facing the economic sector in Jordan. Cooperation between the government and the private sector depends on the fulfillment of economic legislation to the requirements of motivation in light of the growing competition among political units regionally and globally to attract foreign capital to invest within the state, Veh to have a political mobility in practice directly reflected in the face of poverty, unemployment and inflation challenges.

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