Europe for Business CEO, Leonardo Piccinetti, has just published a peer-reviewed paper co-authored with project partners from the TED-PPP Project, a EuropeAid initiative that aims to tackle barriers facing public-private partnerships in Egypt, specifically focusing on the development of MSMEs in energy, water, and the environment.
The article, “Egypt beyond COVID-19: The Best and Worst CaseScenarios”, is a forward-looking appraisal of potential outcomes of the current economic situation and its repercussions on Egypt. In the midst of a loud wake-up call sounded by the COVID-19 pandemic to investors, policy-makers and society, questions have been raised: How will this new normal affect productive sectors? How can countries leverage the new realities forced on them by COVID-19 to formulate more robust plans or achieve pre-identified goals? Can opportunities for developing economies be identified despite the global chaos?
This paper addresses these questions and further pertinent issues with specific emphasis on Egypt using forecasting tools while highlighting the best-case and worst-case scenarios for the nation in the post-COVID-19 world.
The paper can be accessed here:
Egypt beyond COVID-19: The Best and Worst CaseScenarios
Rezk, M.R.A., Piccinetti, L., Radwan, A., Salem, N.M., Sakr, M.M., Khasawneh, A. 2020.
Egypt beyond COVID 19, the best and the worst-case scenarios.
Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues, 8(2), 147-162. http://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2020.8.2(9)
* This work received support from TED-PPP project, an EU funded project with agreement number ENI 2017/394-139
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