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Egypt's political economy : power relations in development

Author: Nadia Ramsis Farah
Publisher: Cairo : American University in Cairo Press, 2009.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A new assessment of the impact of power relations on economic development.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nadia Ramsis Farah
ISBN: 977416217X 9781936190621 1936190621 9789774162176
OCLC Number: 827882620
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 198 pages)
Contents: Intro; Half Title Page; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Power Relations; Power Relations in Development: A Theoretical Explanation; The State, Power Relations, and the Economy; Democracy, Power Relations, and Regime Type; Religion, Ideology, and Power Relations; Gender, the State, and Power Relations; 1. The Role of the State in Development; The State and Development: The Theoretical Controversy; Historical Review of the Role of the Egyptian State in Development (1805-1952); The Nasserist Experiment in State-led Development (1952-70) Economic Liberalization and the Emergence of a Rentier Economy (1974-91)Economic Reform and Structural Adjustment Policies (1991-2005); The Neoliberals and Their Reform Agenda; Egypt: A Developmental State?; 2. The State, Democracy, and Development; The Relationship between Democracy and Development; The Seeds of Liberalism: From Muhammad 'Ali to the British Invasion of Egypt; Restricted Liberalism and the Emergence of an Industrial Elite (1923-52); Authoritarianism, Nationalism, and State Autonomy (1952-76) Restricted Political Liberalization, the State, and the Emergence of a New Capitalist Class (1976-91)Steps toward Democracy: The Consolidation of the Capitalist Class and the Gradual Retreat of the State from Its Developmental Role (1991-2005); Egypt: A Hybrid Regime?; 3. Politicized Religion, Conflict, and Development: he Islamists and the State; Religion and Development: Theoretical Approaches; Nationalism and Islamism: The Case of Egypt; The Transition Crisis, the State, and the Use of Politicized Islam as State Ideology (1970-2005) 4. Gender and Development: Women's Rights, State, and SocietyGender Inequalities and Development; The Role of the State in the Determination of Gender Inequalities; Gender Relations and Development in Egypt; Notes; Bibliography; Index
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