2022 Top 5 Most Active Institutions on Egypt

Last Updated: May 1, 2022

As of our latest review, around 215 policy and research papers on Egypt were published by 26 think tanks and institutions in 2021. So far, 60 publications have been recorded in 2022.

Egyptian Institute for Studies
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The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy
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Carnegie
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Italian Institute for International Political Studies
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Arab Center Washington DC
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2021 Top 5 Most Active Institutions on Egypt

As of our review, around 215 policy and research papers on Egypt were published by think tanks and institutions in 2021.

MEPP explored research papers and policy analysis publications issued by over 50 internationally recognized institutions on Egypt since 2019 and has identified the top 5 most active institutions.

Egyptian Institute for Studies
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Middle East Institute
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The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy
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Carnegie
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Arab Center Washington DC
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Recent Publications

About S&P report’s rationale for Egyptian sovereign debt
Institute: Egyptian Institute For Studies
Researcher: Ahmed Zikrallah
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Economy, Foreign Relations

Gulf Countries’ Aid to Egypt: It Is Politics, Not the Economy, Stupid!
Institute: Arab Center Washington DC
Researcher: Khalil Al Anani
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Economy, Foreign Relations

Egypt’s Synergy Between Natural Gas and Green Energy Transition: Cairo’s Advances in LNG and Green Hydrogen are Shaping the COP 27 Agenda
Institute: Middle East Institute
Researcher: Michaël Tanchum
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development, Democracy and Politics, Foreign Relations

Review of Standard & Poor’s expectations of Egyptian economy
Institute: Egyptian Institute For Studies
Researcher: Ahmed Zikrallah
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Economy

Egypt: How Gov. reacts toward the deepening economic crisis
Institute: Egyptian Institute For Studies
Researcher: Ahmed Zikrallah
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Economy

A sharp rise in inflation forces Egyptians to cut expenses
Institute: Middle East Institute
Researcher: Khaled Dawoud
Country: Egypt
Topics: Civil Society, Democracy and Politics, Economy

The Specter of Food Insecurity in Egypt
Institute: Italian Institute for International Political Studies
Researcher: Aldo Liga
Country: Egypt
Topics: Culture, Education and Development, Democracy and Politics, Economy

Is the Egyptian economy vulnerable to bankruptcy?
Institute: Egyptian Institute For Studies
Researcher: Ahmed Zikrallah
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Economy

Behind exacerbation of Egyptian economic crisis
Institute: Egyptian Institute For Studies
Researcher: Ahmed Zikrallah
Country: Egypt
Topics: Economy

How Huawei’s Localization in North Africa Delivered Mixed Returns
Institute: Carnegie
Researcher: Tin Hinane El Kadi
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Economy, Foreign Relations

Egypt, Israel, and Hamas: Opportunities for Progress in Gaza
Institute: Washington Institute
Researcher: Ramy Aziz
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Foreign Relations

Throwing Down the Gauntlet: What the IMF Can Do About Egypt’s Military Companies
Institute: Carnegie
Researcher: Yezid Sayigh
Country: Egypt
Topics: Democracy and Politics, Economy, Military Affairs

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