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Title:Business excellence and competitiveness in the Middle East and North Africa
Editor:Ahmed, Allam
Year:2008
Volume:2
Language:English
Series:Globalisation, technology and sustainable development book series
City:Geneva
Publisher:Interscience Enterprises Ltd
ISBN:0907776388; 0907776396
Geographic terms:Northern Africa
Egypt
Sudan
Morocco
Libya
Middle East
Subjects:business
entrepreneurs
financial market
competition
business organization
economic integration
Abstract:The contributors of this edited volume investigate and compare the factors which affect the competitiveness of the business environment in several countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. The book is divided in six sections: strategic co-operation and integration; competitiveness and effectiveness; technological transformation; finance and banking; organisation behaviour and culture; entrepeneurship and small business. Chapters dealing with Africa: Achieving excellence and competitiveness in the MENA region ( A. Ahmed); Strategic cooperation and sustainable economic integration: the crisis of Arab/Islamic countries in the era of globalisation (M. Zineldin); The welfare cost of Darfur conflict in the Sudan (A. A. Bannaga, Y. Ali); Competitive policies and macroeconomic volatility in MENA countries (D. M. Salman); Efficiency and competitiveness of top listed companies in Egypt (M. M. Mostafa); Movers and shakers of North African and Middle Eastern equity markets, 1996-2005: empirical note (K. Amoateng); Case analysis of the Moroccan stock market: a financial risk management approach (M. A. M. Al Janabi); Corporate environmental disclosure in Libya (N. S. M. Ahmad, M. Handley-Schachler); The development of entrepreneurship in the Middle East and North Africa: an overview of constraints and perspectives (M.-S. Oukil). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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