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سياسات التحرير الاقتصادي والنخب الاقتصادية الجديدة في السودان

سياسات التحرير الاقتصادي والنخب الاقتصادية الجديدة في السودان

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Title: سياسات التحرير الاقتصادي والنخب الاقتصادية الجديدة في السودان
Author: حافظ أحمد عبد الله إبراهيم
Abstract: Since 1970s, Sudan economy has witnessed the emergence of new economic elite; and this thesis is about exploring economic sources of these elites and its formation in particular during Inqaz regime. How the new economic elites were formed in the Salvation Regime? Is it a result of the economic liberalization policies that adopted by the government through the Economic Triple Rescue Program in the period of 1990 - 1993, then Comprehensive National Strategy 1992-2002, or is it a result of economic globalization? Or is it a result of political loyalty through the control of the pro-government supporters on the political, executive, administrative and legislative reins of government in Sudan. The study adopts multiple methods, whereas it adopts the historical method to document the development of the economic elite in Sudan, where it addressed several historical periods. Moreover, the researcher used descriptive methods to describe those elites in addition to the statistical methods to analyze the data. Moreover, the study interviewed a selected sample of those who have experience in the field of politics and the economy, trade and official documents, semi-official documents, bank reports and economic studies as a key tool of the study. Following the analysis of the research material, the study reached a number of conclusions one of which is that the new economic elites is neither an extension to the former economic policies nor an a result of normal economic development, but they are consequences of deeply rooted relationship with political and executive government bodies, besides benefiting from the economic policy liberalization. Also it introduced new ways of dealing with their customers and agents that are reflected in malpractices known as al-kasr, mals and al-tagweed and in turn open the door for new comers. Also, the study findings shed light on the competition and interactions between local, regional and international groups making use of globalization, information technology, banking and financial markets.
Description: 219 Pages
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/13629
Date: 2015-06-17


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