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  • The Public Sector and the Prospects for Real Economic Growth in Egypt

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    Throughout its contemporary history, Egypt has adopted different economic policies. Today, as the current government aims to achieve sustainable economic growth, an insightful analysis is required to highlight the main factors hindering Egypt’s prospects for success in achieving this aimand to recommend a better approach to be adopted in the […]

  • Inclusive Growth and Apartheid’s Shadow

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    South Africa is soon to enter its twentieth year as a democratic nation. Looking back over the 19 years of its existence up to this point, it is evident that, as with most teenagers, South Africa’s ride has been far from smooth. While South Africa has experienced significant and consistent […]

  • Inclusive Growth – Possibilities in the New Egypt

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    There has always been global interest in the development process undergone by developing countries to achieve higher growth rates. This focus is primarily on outcomes and tends to ignore the actual repercussions of certain development activities on societies and local economies. It is not uncommon that developing countries experiencing rapid […]