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Political Foundations of Development

In an interesting comparison between the economic development experiences of Egypt and Turkey throughout the last thirty years, Egyptian researcher Amr Ismail Adly tracks the similarities of the early start of teh two experiences, yet while Turkey succeeded upon basing that development on an industrial base, Egypt failed due to its dependence on rentier sources of state finance, and these economic conditions eventually formed one of the factors that led to the revolt that ousted the 30-year-presidency of Hosni Mubarak in 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amr Adly has a Ph.D. from the European University Institute-Florence, Department of political and social sciences (Date of completion: September 2010).

His thesis topic was "The political economy of trade and industrialization in the post-liberalization period: Cases of Turkey and Egypt".

The thesis was published by Routledge in December 2012 under the title of State Reform and Development in the Middle East: The Cases of Turkey and Egypt.

He has several other academic publications that have appeared in the Journal of Business and Politics, Turkish Studies, and Middle Eastern Studies, in addition to articles in several other periodicals and newspapers in English and Arabic.

Before joining Stanford, he worked as a senior researcher at the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, heading the unit of social and economic rights, and at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as a diplomat.

At Stanford, he is leading a research project on reforming the regulatory environment governing entrepreneurship after the Arab Spring in Egypt and Tunisia, which will result in policy papers as well as conferences in the two countries.

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