This book examines over half a century of economic policy in Egypt
through an assessment of the extent to which it has achieved the
structural transformation which comes with growth. In particular,
the book asks whether economic development in Egypt has been marked
by successful industrialization shifting over time to
high-productivity sectors. In tracing Egypt's industrial
development since 1952, the book considers the state of structural
transformation and diversification of the Egyptian economy, the
extent to which industrial policy was a success, and whether it
structurally transformed the economy. The book also assesses what
policy makers in Egypt and elsewhere in the Middle East can learn
from the past, in order to ensure sustained economic growth in the
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