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Transforming Education In EgyptWestern Influence and Domestic Policy Reform$
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Fatma H. Sayed

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9789774160165

Published to Cairo Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5743/cairo/9789774160165.001.0001

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Conditionality, the Conspiracy Theory, and International Cooperation

Conditionality, the Conspiracy Theory, and International Cooperation

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(p.83) Chapter 4 Conditionality, the Conspiracy Theory, and International Cooperation
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Transforming Education In Egypt
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Fatma H. Sayed

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American University in Cairo Press
DOI:10.5743/cairo/9789774160165.003.0005

The implementation, internalization, and sustainability of policy reforms are all influenced by the social, cultural, and political context in which they are introduced. In effect, the conditionality of development assistance is a major contextual variable that influences international cooperation in basic education. It contributes to a discourse of mistrust in development assistance and public policies related to it and prevents the achievement of a satisfactory level of “domestic resonance”. Conditionality has a role in international socialization that can be related to the concept of utility maximization accompanied by “rationalist” international relations theorists. Analysis shows that the terms of conditionality were linked to foreign development assistance to basic education in Egypt during the 1990s, and these terms are associated with the conspiracy in public discourse.

Keywords:   policy reforms, conditionality, Egypt, development, education, public policies, international cooperation

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