• Absence of the Dissenting Arbitrator’s Signature and its Effect on the Validity of the Arbitration Award 

      Ibrahim, Nader Mohamed; إبراهيم, نادر محمد ( Hamad bin Khalifa University Press (HBKU Press) , 2017 , Conference Proceedings)
      Refusal to sign the arbitration award is considered as one of the procedural controversies engendered by dissenting minority arbitrators. This happens when the arbitral tribunal is made up of more than one arbitrator. ...
    • Arbitrating natural resource disputes: Current and future trends 

      Botchway, Francis N.; بوتشواي, فرانسيس ( Hamad bin Khalifa University Press (HBKU Press) , 2017 , Conference Proceedings)
      Owing to the precipitous slump in world commodity prices, particularly fossil fuel, investors and other stakeholders have been trying to re-arrange, re-organize and re-position their investments and interests. The question ...
    • Attitudes towards Female Labor Force Participation in Qatar 

      Lari, Noora; Gengler, Justin; Al Thani, Maryam F.; لاري, نورة; جنغلر, جاستن; ال ثاني, مريم فهد... more authors ( Social and Economic Survey Research Institute (SESRI) , 2020 , Report)
      This brief summarizes the results of a national survey of public attitudes toward female labor force participation (FLFP) – women working outside the home – in Qatar. The data come from a representative telephone poll ...
    • Challenging the Enforcement of Emergency Arbitrator Decisions 

      Brown, Rafael Dean ( Kuwait International Law School , 2020 , Article)
      There is a growing consensus that emergency arbitration is now a permanent and integral part of international arbitration. Commentators and practitioners recognise the significance of the emergency arbitrator mechanism in ...
    • Citizen and Resident Satisfaction with Public Services in Qatar : And the impact on quality of life 

      Benmansour, Nada Abdelkader , [بن منصور، ندى عبد القادر] ( Qatar University , 2016 , Report)
      In Qatar notable differences in public service satisfaction exist across individual state services, across nationality groupings, and across demographic categories. Among all citizens and residents, however, there is an ...
    • A comparative examination of the Qatar Financial Center (QFC) consumer dispute resolution scheme 

      Dahdal, Andrew; داهدال, أندرو ( Hamad bin Khalifa University Press (HBKU Press) , 2017 , Conference Proceedings)
      In 2016, the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) introduced a Customer Dispute Resolution Scheme (CDRS) in Chapter 8 of the Conduct of Business Rules 2007. The CDRS is an alternative to litigation for QFC participants (retail ...
    • Corruption, revolution and settlement: An Egyptian story for resolving investment disputes 

      El Shazly, Yassin; الشاذلي, ياسين ( Hamad bin Khalifa University Press (HBKU Press) , 2017 , Conference Proceedings)
      In 2011, a series of decisions were rendered by the High Administrative Court at the Egyptian State Council in which the court considered void the privatization of a few public companies which had been transferred to ...
    • Education in Qatar: the complex reality of citizen satisfaction 

      Benmansour, Nada Abdelkader ( SESRI , 2017 , Report)
      In the space of a few years, and driven by a strong political will and substantial financial resources, Qatar has embraced an ambitious reform agenda to tackle a weak public education system. Yet, while helping to improve ...
    • Future challenges and paradigmatic changes in international arbitration: A peek behind the curtain 

      Negm, Mohamed H.; نجم, محمد ( Hamad bin Khalifa University Press (HBKU Press) , 2017 , Conference Proceedings)
      The unprecedented growth of international arbitration and the current state of euphoria should not serve to obscure the several challenges that lie ahead. While some challenges may only concern practical, albeit manageable ...
    • Helminth parasite larvae collected from Arabian Gulf fish II. first record of some trybanorhynch cestode from economically important fish 

      Kardousha, Mahmoud M. ( Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States , 1999 , Article)
      Metacestodes of 14 different trypanorhynch larvae were found infesting Arabian Gulf economically important fish along the coasts of the United Arab Emirates. Except for Grillotia and Pterobothrium, all other larvae were ...
    • Housing Tenure and Economic Inequality among Qatari Citizens 

      Stepney, Erin ( The Social and Economic Survey Research Institute, Qatar University , 2016 , Report)
      The most immediately effective measure to address housing inequality, which would generate additional benefits in many other areas, is the streamlining of administrative processes related to land allotment and infrastructure ...
    • The Impact of the Blockade on the Industrial and Financial Sectors in Qatar 

      Social & Economic Survey Research Institute, SESRI ( Social & Economic Survey Research Institute, SESRI , 2019 , Report)
      Today Qatar’s business community faces an unprecedented air, land and sea blockade. The economy has performed remarkably well despite these challenges, but more information is needed on how the blockade has impacted Qatar’s ...
    • Is ADR suitable for the resolution of intellectual property disputes? 

      Abou El Farag, Mohamed Salem; أبو الفرج, محمد سالم ( Hamad bin Khalifa University Press (HBKU Press) , 2017 , Conference Proceedings)
      Intellectual property (IP) is the branch of law that protects innovations and creations, such as new technological inventions, literary, artistic and musical creations, distinctive signs, computer programs, trade secrets, ...
    • Media and Communication Studies: A Critical Approach 

      Saddek, Rabah ( (جامعة عبد الحميد بن باديس مستغانم – الجزائر )Abdel Hamid Ibn Badis University of Mostaganem – Algeria , 2019 , Article)
      This paper investigates the problematic of media and communication studies and the need to renew its conceptual and methodological approaches in order to be able to integrate the many changes that the modern media ecology ...
    • Needs, Preferences, and Recommendations of Charity Executives and Experts 

      Lambert, Laurent; Hassan, Hisham; Hassaine, Hichem ( SESRI , 2017 , Report)
      Humanitarian actors in Qatar have understood the many benefits that technological and process innovations could generate for the benefit of all. Results from the survey of charity executives and experts show a preference ...
    • The New Qatar Arbitration Law No. (2) of the year 2017 (Pros and Cons) 

      Mahmoud, Ahmed Sayed Ahmed; محمود, أحمد سيد أحمد ( Hamad bin Khalifa University Press (HBKU Press) , 2017 , Conference Proceedings)
      The Qatari economy is considered as one of the most dynamic and fastest-growing economies in the world. Consequently, the State of Qatar has become one of the main countries attracting foreign investors. This is indeed ...
    • Perceptions and Impacts of the Oil Crash in Qatar 

      Eskandar, Glnar; Ewers, Michael; Diop, Abdoulaye; Le, Kien (2016 , Report)
      Qatari citizens, especially those employed in the public sector, are less likely than other people living in Qatar to be aware of the recent decline in oil prices. Among citizens who are aware, moreover, most seem to ...
    • Public Acceptance of Taxation in Qatar 

      Ewers, Michael, [ إيورز، مايكل ]; Eskander, Glnar , [ إسكندر، وجلنار ]; Shockley, Bethany,, [ شوكلي ، وبثناي ] ( Qatar University , 2016 , Report)
      Most Gulf countries have acknowledged that the traditional rentier system requires basic economic reform, and VAT could prove a more stable source of government revenue for oil producing countries. Results from two separate ...
    • Public awareness and perceptions of taxation in a changing Gulf economy 

      Ewers, Michael; Ashi, Sundos; Shockley, Bethany ( SESRI , 2017 , Report)
      For the VAT scheme to succeed in Qatar, public awareness is necessary. Consumers need to understand how and why the VAT will affect their budgets. Perhaps more importantly, businesses need to understand how to modify ...
    • Public Spending Priorities in Qatar 

      Ashi, Sundos; Gengler, Justin; Ewers, Michael ( SESRI , 2017 , Report)
      Together with previous survey findings, SESRI’s study of fiscal priorities among Qataris demonstrates the importance to citizens of healthcare and education, and to a lesser extent other sectors such as social security ...