Tag Archives: Middle East

The Liberal First-Mover Advantage

By Renard Teipelke In a previous article (here), I have discussed the bombastic growth plans of the airports in Dubai, Doha, and Abu Dhabi. With regard to their proximity and location within desserts, I have hinted at the lack of … Continue reading

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Unlimited Growth of Gulf Airports: The Sky Has a Limit?!

By Renard Teipelke If you happen to travel between Europe, Africa, and Asia, you will nowadays very likely stopover and transfer in one of the big airport hubs of the Middle East: Dubai, Doha, or Abu Dhabi. Strategically located between … Continue reading

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B(r)and Aid for Nations

By Renard Teipelke Do you remember the time when some nations or their progressive leaders/decision makers thought of nation branding as an innovative and cool tool to position their country in a globalized world?! That is to say: a time … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: Place Branding in the Middle East

by Mareike Forßbohm Tradition meets innovation. “The Middle East has always had a relevant role in world affairs. It is home to the first civilizations and where the establishment of the first city has been documented. […] The relevance of … Continue reading

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