Inferences from the Egyptian Case

  • Nivien Saleh
Part of the Information Technology and Global Governance book series (ITGG)


The previous chapters have attempted to show that the negotiation and implementation of IT rules were part and parcel of the world’s transition to flexible accumulation or, in shorthand, globalization. States and corporations from the core economies sought to capture the most lucrative niches in the global economy. With that intention, they forged an IT regime that emphasized rapid information and communication flows. State and nonstate actors from the world’s periphery played minor parts in this process.


Causal Power Structural Adjustment Enforcement Mechanism Sector Reform Gross National Income 
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