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By Farhad Nomani

long ago twenty-five years Iran has skilled a revolution and a turbulent submit progressive interval less than an Islamic nation that declared itself the govt of the oppressed whereas it struggled to set up a utopian Islamic financial system. during this pioneering paintings Farhad Nomani and Sohrab Behdad offer a complete research of the dynamics of swap and sophistication configuration in Iranian society. utilizing a theoretical framework, they map the trajectory of sophistication alterations through the years, in particular noting the hobbies among pre progressive and put up innovative Iran. A centerpiece of the booklet is its research of the alterations within the development of employment of ladies within the publish innovative interval.

Despite its conceptual and quantitative procedure, the e-book is written in a transparent and lucid type, making it obtainable to a large viewers. The authors supply a clean inspect Iranian society through exploring the alterations in its crucial underlying fiscal constitution, and in doing so, the ebook lays the basis for comparative reviews of social hierarchy of work in different heart japanese countries.

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