Mohamed Ismail Sabry

Mohamed Ismail Sabry
Hochschule Bremen · School of International Business (Faculty 1)

PhD in Economics

About

21
Publications
1,797
Reads
How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
62
Citations
Citations since 2016
19 Research Items
62 Citations
2016201720182019202020212022051015
2016201720182019202020212022051015
2016201720182019202020212022051015
2016201720182019202020212022051015

Publications

Publications (21)
Article
Full-text available
Purpose This paper investigates the factors responsible for the emergence of different arrangements of state–society relations. Being concerned with the relations related to the industrial sector, this study focuses more on state–business–labor relations (SBLRs), especially on power dynamics between the main actors in these relations, namely, the s...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
This paper is investigating what are the comparative gains/losses of the different considered social actors in Tunisia from the new post-2011 Social Contract (SC)? The SC is perceived as a product of the prevailing state-society relations and power relations between the main actors in the Tunisian industrial sector. These actors are identified as:...
Article
Full-text available
Does good governance matter for exporting to the highly competitive markets of developed countries, especially those committed to a developmental mission centered on promoting good governance? This paper is investigating this research question. The focus of the analysis is the case study of Arab exports to the German economy, where a comparatively...
Article
This paper investigates the effect of state-business relations (SBR) and institutional settings on government decisions to foster innovation in developing countries. It differentiates between informal SBR-based cronyism and formal SBR-based lobbying and how they could influence a government’s decision to implement policies fostering innovation. Aft...
Technical Report
Reflecting on the political-economic order of Egypt during the first decade of the millennium, it is now more conventional to describe this period as one of ‘crony capitalism’. Businesspeople who were connected to government officials, through family ties and close friendships, or through common party membership, dominated the private sector with t...
Article
Full-text available
This paper is trying to investigate whether formal state–business consultations (or simply public private dialogues—PPD) and/or cronyism could counteract low institutional capacities and provide the needed mechanisms for fostering innovation. It is doing this with the help of a theoretical discussion highlighting the links between National Innovati...
Article
Understanding that Innovation is a major determinant of economic growth, this paper is investigating how to foster Innovation in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region given the institutional deficiencies suffered in many of its countries. More specifically, this paper is trying to find out how State-Business Relations (SBR) have contribute...
Article
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore which socioeconomic and institutional factors are responsible for different societies’ ideological choices, with reference to Marxist socialism. Which factors led to the rise of the popularity of socialism? And which factors made a socialist variant relatively more successful in one society but not t...
Article
Purpose This paper tries to investigate whether formal State Business Relations (F-SBR) lead to economic growth and which institutional variables are responsible for their success in achieving this. Design/methodology/approach Following a theoretical analysis, several hypotheses are presented, and a number of different regression models are bein...
Article
Purpose Why are state business relations in Egypt characterized by widely acknowledged high levels of cronyism? The purpose of this paper is to investigate the institutional factors explaining this research question with a focus on pre-2011 Egypt. Design/methodology/approach Based on a general theoretical discussion, certain institutions were prop...
Article
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore the effect of Public Private Dialogues (PPD) on cronyism accounting for various cultural and governance institutions. Design/methodology/approach It proposes a number of hypotheses on: whether PPD characterized by high official representation and business representation, through mainly building tru...
Book
This book examines how socioeconomic and institutional factors shaped the development of Socialism and its two contending variants of Social Democracy and Communism, investigating why each of these factions enjoyed varying levels of popularity in different societies between 1848 and 1945. It places a special focus on a number of factors including:...
Article
Full-text available
In today’s world, continuous interactions between government officials and business people in market transactions are inevitable, opening the way for state–business cooperation and, consequently, various forms of state–business relations (SBR). This paper discusses informal SBR and their effect on economic growth. It does so while accounting for va...
Article
Full-text available
This paper tries to investigate a claim presented in many scholarly works that leading figures in the Egyptian Nasserist regime (1954-1970) were ideologically influenced by Interwar European Fascism. It tries to undergo this investigation by pointing to the similarities in ideology and practice between the two movements and discussing other possibl...
Article
Full-text available
Our paper models the interaction between authorities in a country with poor rule of law and a potentially acquisitive agent (e.g., an investor interested in illegitimate land acquisition), whose actions are possibly licensed by the corrupt authorities. We explore this relationship in a two-stage experiment where the authorities have the right to ex...
Article
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore theoretically and empirically which institutional factors (including good governance ones) help public-private partnerships (PPP) in providing better infrastructural services, which would then in their turn lead to attracting more private investment for the whole economy. Design/methodology/approa...
Thesis
Full-text available
An integrated industrial structure could not be reached without the presence of a backbone that feeds other industries and creates linkages. What is referred to as heavy industry, especially iron and steel and machinery are the most capable of providing this backbone. Wondering if reinforcing heavy industry in Egypt can provide such a backbone lea...

Network

Cited By