Trade, Reputation, and Child Labor in Twentieth-Century Egypt Ellis Goldberg

ISBN: 9780312296292

Published: September 4th 2004

Hardcover

224 pages


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Trade, Reputation, and Child Labor in Twentieth-Century Egypt  by  Ellis Goldberg

Trade, Reputation, and Child Labor in Twentieth-Century Egypt by Ellis Goldberg
September 4th 2004 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 224 pages | ISBN: 9780312296292 | 10.31 Mb

The conventional wisdom that political and economic actors in colonial countries are passive and reactive is undermined by Goldbergs close examination of the decisions and calculations of leading political and economic actors. Goldberg shows howMoreThe conventional wisdom that political and economic actors in colonial countries are passive and reactive is undermined by Goldbergs close examination of the decisions and calculations of leading political and economic actors. Goldberg shows how critical decisions affecting Egypts integration into the world economy were based on clear understandings of what policies were most likely to advance the interests of leading interest groups, with results that continue to bedevil Egypts political economy today.

This is a tale of paradoxes and unintended consequences of rational action.



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