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Description - Institutional Reform and Economic Development in Egypt by Noha El-Mikawy

This pioneering volume addresses the key issue of the relationship between politics and economics, with special reference to Egypt in the 1990s. Drawing on the expertise of both political scientists and economists, it assembles an impressive array of data, including detailed opinion surveys, to demonstrate conclusively that political and economic reform need to proceed in tandem. In an insightful analysis of the Egyptian legislature, the authors draw attention to a fundamental aspect of institutional reform, namely the informational and knowledge base of legislation as well as the organizational infrastructure of policy formulation. As regards Egypt's economic performance since the early 1990s, they focus in particular on impediments to improved export performance and offer solid recommendations as to how such obstacles might be overcome. This stimulating study makes a timely contribution to political economic analysis, which may at the same time prove helpful in the formulation of new policies.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9789774247026
ISBN-10: 9774247027
Format: Paperback
(234mm x 156mm x mm)
Pages: 211
Imprint: The American University in Cairo Press
Publisher: The American University in Cairo Press
Publish Date: 31-Oct-2002
Country of Publication: Egypt

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Author Biography - Noha El-Mikawy

Noha El-Mikawy is Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Development Research, University of Bonn.