Sectoral transformations in neo-patrimonial rentier states : Tourism development and state policy in Egypt

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This article challenges claims that liberalising state regulated markets in developing countries may induce lasting economic development. The analysis of the rise of tourism in Egypt during the last three decades suggests that the effects of liberalisation and structural adjustment are constrained by the neo-patrimonial character of the Egyptian political… (More)

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