Publications

Democratic Nomination of Party Candidates to the Forthcoming Elections

Policy Paper

Following the workshop "Democratic Nomination of Party Candidates to the Forthcoming Elections" conducted with our Partner Al-Quds Center for Political Studies, a policy paper was published for a more in-depth examination and analysis of the subject. The policy paper is only availabe in Arabic.

Parliamentary Elections in Jordan-Future Scenarios

Policy Paper

Following the workshop "Parliamentary Election in Jordan - Future Scenarios" conducted with our Partner Al-Quds Center for Political Studies, a policy paper was published for a more in-depth examination and analysis of the subject. The policy paper is only availabe in Arabic.

Pre-Parliamentary Elections 2020 Survey

Survey

Nama Strategic Intelligence Solutions, in cooperation with the KAS Jordan Office, conducted a nationally representative survey to explore Jordanians’ perceptions towards the upcoming Parliamentary Elections.

Decentralization in Jordan

In this article, Wael Al Khatib describes the decentralization process in Jordan and the issues that hinder it.

Microloans' Failure of Jordanian Women

In this article, Rana Sweis outlines the effect the availability of Microloans has had on Jordanian women.

Survey on PVE (Preventing Violent Extremism)

The survey was conducted in December 2019 and 844 Jordanians were interviewed.

Survey: The Peace Process and Stability in the Middle East

A poll was conducted in November 2019 comprising a sample of 1,200 Jordanians. They were asked questions regarding their views on the peace process and stability in the Middle East.

Survey: Jordanians' Perceptions on Foreign Relations

A poll was conducted in August 2019, covering a sample of 1,198 Jordanians. They were asked questions regarding their opinions on Jordan's foreign relations and foreign policy.

Jordan-IMF Relations

In this paper Marwan Kardoosh outlines Jordan-IMF Relations since 1989.

The Jordanian 2019 Income Tax Law

A new Jordanian income tax law and its previous drafts sparked large protest starting in May 2018. As the new provisions within the law only directly affect around 10% of working Jordanians, they can hardly be understood to be the sole reason for the popular anger. Instead the law came in a context of steep price hikes, high poverty rates and a widespread feeling that government corruption prevents efficient use of taxpayer money. This country report looks at the new income tax law and its provisions; it highlights the challenges to the law and notes that it has brought to the open wider social discontent that is being expressed through an attitude of non-cooperation towards the government.