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The Autumn of Dictatorship : Fiscal Crisis and Political Change in Egypt under Mubarak / Samer Soliman ; translated by Peter Daniel.

By: Sulayman, Samir, 1968- [author.]
Contributor(s): Daniel, Peter (Peter Otto) [translator.]
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Original language: Arabic Series: Stanford studies in Middle Eastern and Islamic societies and cultures: Publisher: Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, 2011 2011Description: 206 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 0804778469; 9780804778466 Uniform titles: Al-Nizam al-qawi wa-al-dawlah al-daifah. English Subject(s): Finance, Public -- Egypt | Egypt -- Politics and government -- 1981- | Egypt -- Economic policy | Egypt -- Economic conditions -- 1981- | September2011DDC classification: 336.62 LOC classification: HJ1456 | .S85 2011
Contents:
Preface -- Growth of the state under Mubarak : follow the revenue trail -- Changes in the distribution of state revenues : security prevails -- The impact of the fiscal crisis on the relationship between central and local government : decentralization or fragmentation? -- From the rentier to the predatory state : transformations in the mechanisms for generating public revenues and their political consequences -- The end of the rentier/caretaker state and the rise of Egyptian capitalism : a fiscal infrastructure for democracy? -- Epilogue.
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Translated from the Arabic.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Preface -- Growth of the state under Mubarak : follow the revenue trail -- Changes in the distribution of state revenues : security prevails -- The impact of the fiscal crisis on the relationship between central and local government : decentralization or fragmentation? -- From the rentier to the predatory state : transformations in the mechanisms for generating public revenues and their political consequences -- The end of the rentier/caretaker state and the rise of Egyptian capitalism : a fiscal infrastructure for democracy? -- Epilogue.

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