The Institute for European Studies has just published the 9th paper of the Jean Monnet Occasional Papers series. The paper is written by Ahmed Farouk Ghoneim and entitled The roots of economic challenges facing Egypt in the aftermath of the 25th February revolution. The author discusses the roots of economic challenges brought to the forefront in Egypt in the wake of the revolution and how these challenges are expected to be tackled in the near future.
Other Occasional Papers published as part of the series can be found here.
Vol.8 no.1 of the Malta Review of Educational Research (MRER) has just been published. The international, electronic, fully-refereed, open access journal is available at www.mreronline.org
Vol.8 no.1 is a general issue, featuring five papers, two commentaries and three book reviews.
Prof. Carmel Borg is editor of MRER as well as coordinator of the MRER project.
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