3 edition of Economic and political trends in Egypt found in the catalog.
Economic and political trends in Egypt
by Middle East Institute in Washington, D.C. (1761 N St., NW, Washington 20036)
Written in English
|Series||Executive report ;, no. 5, Executive report (Middle East Institute (Washington, D.C.)) ;, 5.|
|LC Classifications||HC830 .M38 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 15 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||85172049|
Egypt on the ancient Hebrews, Mesopotamians, and Syrians, and on classical Greece and Rome. It appears often in both the Bible and the Quran. Egypt has been a leading player in the history of Islam, at times as its political leader, usually as a trading entrepot, and almost always as a religious and cultural center. Modern Egypt is the most. despite having much more political stability in comparison to Egypt (Gad, ). This document highlights the economic predicaments and policy shortcomings initiated since 25 January that have contributed to the ongoing deterioration of the Egyptian economy.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Heyworth-Dunne, James. Religious and political trends in modern Egypt. Washington, (OCoLC) Book Description: This new study deals with the unfolding of the great political and economic transformations of the modern Egyptian state from the appointment of Muhammad Ali as governor of Egypt in to the era of President Mubarak, with a special focus on the period –, which witnessed a rigorous implementation of structural adjustment policies, the acceleration of economic.
Political ideologies have two dimensions: (1) goals: how society should be organized; and (2) methods: the most appropriate way to achieve this goal. An ideology is a collection of ideas. Typically, each ideology contains certain ideas on what it considers to be the best form of government (e.g. autocracy or democracy) and the best economic. Because Egypt's economic crisis has political roots, international donors cannot save the country by themselves. But they can use the IMF negotiations to help Cairo recognize that a turnaround will require not just economic reform, but more inclusive government and political reconciliation.
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Egypt - Egypt - Demographic trends: Most of Egypt’s people live along the banks of the Nile River, and more than two-fifths of the population lives in urban areas.
Along the Nile, the population density is one of the highest in the world, in excess of 5, persons per square mile (2, per square km) in a number of riverine governorates.
The volume focuses on the health and energy sectors in Egypt, with the aim of assessing each sector in three areas: financing, organization, and policy management, in order to suggest ideas for reform in light of international experience.
Center for Economic and Financial Research and Studies and chairperson of the Economics Department of Format: Paperback. The Egyptian economy, which had previously shown resilience to the global financial crisis, has suffered from the internal political crisis and revolutionary uprising of Nonetheless, the economy started to recover as of the financial yearwith growth forecast to.
Egypt’s economy is only collapsing if the definition of an economic collapse is when a country has managed to cut its current account deficit from more than 5 percent of GDP to less than Author: Ahmed Shams El Din.
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are in disarray, and shifts in the field of energy have the potential to drastically affect the course of political and economic developments in the region.
Declining oil prices, skyrocketing domestic demand, the rise of unconventional oil and natural gas production in North America, as well as shifting patterns of global energy trade all put severe.
This book explores socioeconomic protests in Egypt and Tunisia since after historical mobilizations in the area fueled by protest. It uses a comparative approach to look at the MENA region and Latin America and how socioeconomic protests occur outside of the regular economy.
This study compared capitalist and socialist countries in measures of the physical quality of life (PQL), taking into account the level of economic development.
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Egypt’s Economy Isn’t Booming. It’s Collapsing. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has sold his country as an investment destination with the IMF’s help—but the living standards of ordinary Egyptians.
Political stability in Egypt is a function of a complex set of factors, not all of which are in the hands of the government or the opposition. In particular, demographic changes and economic trends continue to evolve in ways that have the potential to increase unrest.
Hafez Ghanem discusses the International Monetary Fund's announcement of a macrostabilization program that would work to bring economic stability to Egypt's economy, an important step for Egyptian.
Introduction. 1 Egypt faces the Herculean task of simultaneously rebuilding its polity and economy and doing so in the absence of a broad social consensus on either. Moreover, the status quo ante has been discredited, as the ‘January 25 Revolution’ attested, so its economic and political models provide only limited foundations, at best, for erecting new ones.
The ancient Egyptian economy The economy of pharaonic Egypt has been called an ancient command economy, but one should always remember that such modern definitions are not as apt as one would hope for. Still, there was a specialized bureaucracy which monitored or controlled much of its activity, one of the hallmarks of planned economies.
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For Egypt, this presents an opportunity. No matter what government is in power, Cairo's economic and political imperatives are clear: The United States is the country most able to leverage diplomatic and financial influence to help Egypt stabilize its economic situation.
country’s ongoing transition. Stability in Egypt is key for the region, and the country’s international partners such as the EU have a clear interest in helping move the country towards stability and prosperity. To that end, this study investigates the main challenges facing Egypt, focusing on social, economic, political and.
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Egypt will continue to cultivate strong relations. Egypt's economy is afflicted with daunting problems: overpopulation, high unemployment and inflation, a crushing debt service burden, budget deficits, price-cost distortions, low productivity and acute external imbalances; and these problems have worsened under the impact of the Gulf War.
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As Egypt prepares to receive the second tranche of a $12 billion IMF loan, the country is facing continued political and economic challenges. While economic reforms are starting to yield results, the combination of inflation, popular discontent and security threats could affect the government’s ability to woo back foreign investors.
In the last few years the economic situation in Egypt has improved due to the implementation of economic reforms under the auspices of the current IMF programme.
This has led to an improvement in public finances, made an end to the chronic foreign exchange shortages, led to a recovery in economic growth and resulted in a large inflow of foreign.
Today Egypt faces fraught economic conditions. Sissi was elected in on a platform of improving security, stability, and jump-starting the economy, but he has yet to deliver on all fronts.