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The Egyptian labor market in an era of reform
|Statement||editor Ragui Assaad.|
|Contributions||Assaad, Ragui., Economic Research Forum for the Arab Countries, Iran, and Turkey.|
|LC Classifications||HD5839.A6 E39 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
The range of topics includes labor supply, employment and unemployment, youth labor market school-to-work transition, internal and international migration, earnings and inequality, and gender and education. The papers in this volume are the very first research available based on data collected in the Egypt Labor Market Panel Survey of , a. In book: The Egyptian Labor Market in an Era of Revolution, Chapter: 13, Publisher: Oxford University Press, Editors: Ragui Assaad, Caroline Krafft, pp Cite this publication Rania Roushdy.
The spread of COVID and the ensuing drastic lockdowns are placing economies and labour markets worldwide in a state of emergency. Governments are struggling to safeguard jobs and firms. Short-time work and comprehensive liquidity support for businesses and the self-employed are some measures being used. This column illustrates the consequences of a substantial hiring stall. countries. This paper uses a labor share equation derived from a translog revenue function to estimate the contributions of globalization, technological progress, and labor market policies to the decline in the labor share. The results, obtained for 18 advanced countries over –.
The beginning and end serve as a manifesto of sorts, though most of the book is dedicated to a brief but thorough historical overview of socialist movements throughout the world. Regardless of your political disposition, this book is a great objective preview, including the "good and bad," of a movement that is once again gaining steam/5(). The economy of Egypt was a highly centralized economy focused on import substitution under president Gamal Abdel Nasser (). In the s, a series of International Monetary Fund arrangements, coupled with massive external debt relief resulting from Egypt's participation in the Gulf War coalition, helped Egypt improve its macroeconomic performance.
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The Egyptian Labor Market in an Era of Reform Paperback – March 1, by Ragui Assuad (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $ 10 Cited by: Get this from a library. The Egyptian labor market in an era of reform.
[Ragui Assaad; Economic Research Forum for the Arab Countries, Iran, and Turkey.;]. The Egyptian Labor Market in a Era of Revolution Edited by Ragui Assaad and Caroline Krafft. Analysis of impact of 25 January revolution on Egyptian economy and labor markets; Provides in-depth understanding of employment conditions in a key Arab country; Presents new and unique data on the Egyptian labour marke.
The book is about labor market conditions in Egypt in the aftermath of the Arab uprisings. The text analyzes the results of the latest round of the Egypt Labor Market Panel Survey carried out in early The chapters of the book cover topics that are essential to understanding the conditions leading to the Egyptian revolution of January 25thincluding the persistence of high youth.
This book fills an important gap in the knowledge about labor market conditions in Egypt in the aftermath of the Arab Spring uprisings, and it analyzes the results of the latest round of the Egypt Labor Market Panel Survey carried out in early The chapters cover topics that are essential to understanding the conditions leading to the Egyptian revolution of 25 Januaryincluding the.
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Downloadable. This paper investigates the pattern of wages and wage inequality in Egypt over the perioda time of substantial economic and political changes, including the recent global financial crises and the January 25th revolution.
This analysis is based on four nationally representative labor market surveys: the special round of the Egyptian Labor Force Sample Survey (LFSS.
Wages and Inequality in the Egyptian Labor Market in an Era of Financial Crisis and Revolution. Mona Said. NoWorking Papers from Economic Research Forum Abstract: This paper investigates the pattern of wages and wage inequality in Egypt over the perioda time of substantial economic and political changes, including the recent global financial crises and the January 25th 61 R Assaad (ed), The Egyptian Labor Market in an Era of Reform, Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, ; and Assaad (ed), The Egyptian Labor Market Revisited, Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, The Egyptian Labour Market in an Era of Reform, pp.(New York and Cairo: American University in Cairo Press) ISBN "Public Sector Employment and Labor Markets in Arab Countries: Recent Developments and Policy Implications", Ch.
3 in S. Isfahanai (ed.) Labour and Human Capital in the Middle East, pp. (London. Omran, Mohammed () “Testing for the Significant Change in the Egyptian Economy under the Economic Reform Programme Era“ Aly, Abdel Hamid () The Impact of Structural Adjustment and Stabilization Policies on the Labor Market in Egypt.
A paper prepared for the T.W.F & UNICEF Soliman, Azza Abdel Aziz. Comparisons are made to labor market conditions prior to the revolution using previous rounds of the survey fielded in, and The chapters make use of this unique longitudinal data to provide a fresh analysis of the Egyptian labor market after the Arab Spring, an analysis that was simply not feasible with previously existing data.
Wahba, J. and M. Mokhtar (), 'Informalization of Labor in Egypt', in R. Assaad (ed), The Egyptian Labor Market in an Era of Reform, Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, pp. Ragui Assaad, “The effects of public sector hiring and compensation policies on the Egyptian labor market”, World Bank Economic Review, vol.
11, no. 1, Ragui Assaad (ed.), The Egyptian Labor Market in an Era of Reform (Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, ).
The origins of the labor movement lay in the formative years of the American nation, when a free wage-labor market emerged in the artisan trades late in the colonial period. Get this from a library. The Egyptian labor market in an era of revolution. [Ragui Assaad; Caroline Krafft;] -- Draws on a Egyptian Labor Market Panel Survey, looks at a wide range of issues including high youth unemployment, labor market segmentation.
Fundamental reform of traditional Japanese labour market practices is essential to cope with rapid population ageing and the era of year lives. A shift to more flexible employment and wage systems based on performance rather than age would enable Japan to better utilise its human capital.
CAIRO – 2 May In a ceremony held by the Egyptian Trade Union Federation (ETUF) to celebrate International Workers' Day, President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi ordered the allocation of million EGP from the Long Live Egypt Fund to the Labor Emergency Fund.
When Solidarity Works: Labor-Civic Networks and Welfare States in the Market Reform Era | Cheol-Sung Lee | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. The Government of Egypt, supported by the World Bank Group, has achieved significant results across all three focus areas under this CPF.
Policy reforms supported by the US$ billion Development Policy Finance program, consisting of three operations over a period of three years (–) have supported Egypt’s homegrown reforms’ program, which is aimed at enhancing the economy.
From the perspective of a wide range of labor market outcomes, the recession that began in represents the deepest downturn in the postwar era. Early on, the nature of labor market adjustment.1 On the Arab Reform Initiative’s Democracy Index, see Shikaki et al.
(). For a review and assess ; 2 For an analysis of the World Bank’s Doing Business report, see Abaza (b).; 3 President al-Sisi has inherited a state, a market, and relations between them that are sorely in need of overhaul.
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