Egypt’s Economic Development Constraints Post January 2011 Revolution

Mohammad M. Agwa

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In this paper, the author investigated and analyzed the constraints to the Egyptian economic development after the 2011 revolution. Throughout the study the most widely used methodology was based on historical and descriptive approach along with the methodological modeling based on the assumptions of the economic development theory. The relationship between investment and socioeconomic development is analyzed. The study sought to find where socio-economic development policies have been significant and credible, thus to stress the influential role of economic development on economic growth in Egypt. The paper also identifies the effects of policies, adopted by Egyptian governments before and after the revolution.

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