Dr. Khaled F. Sherif
Vice-President, Regional Development, Integration & Business Delivery
The African Development Bank
Surviving Your Boss, Your Peers, and Yourself
Performance Contracting for Public Enterprises
Marketing and International Trade (Arabic)
Egypt's Liberalization Experience and its Impact on Public Sector Performance (Arabic)
Introduction to Management (Arabic)
Crisis and Capital Flows
Developing Countries and the Globalization of Investment (upon request)
The Financial Crises in Russia and East Asia: How the World Bank Can Help (upon request)
The Role of International Guarantee Agencies in Enhancing Private Investment (upon request)
The Internet and Its Impact on the Globalization of Banking Products
Pharahohs 2001 - Global Crisis Links: Are Arab Financial Markets at Risk?
Business Egypt 1995 - Coming Up with the Goods: Can Privatization Create a Sound Industrial Base?
Permanent and Hot Capital Flows: The Crises of Mexico, the Tigers and Russia and the Possible Impact on Arab Financial Markets
Progress With Privatization: The Experience in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (upon request)
Private Participation in Infrastructure in Developing Countries: Lessons for the Transition Economies (upon request)
Using Severance to Facilitate Liquidation: How the World Bank can Help (upon request)
Reforming the Private and Financial Sectors in the Transition Economies of Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union (upon request)
Restructuring Lessons for Public Banks (upon request)
Private Sector Development in Southeast Europe (upon request)
Globalization of Investment and Its Impact on the Developing World (upon request)
Egypt's Economy (1990) (upon request)
Privatization in Egypt (1990) (upon request)
Privatization in Egypt -- Part II (1990) (upon request)
Egypt - Economic Reforms (1990-91) (upon request)
Middle East Times Articles
Can Egypt Afford to Meet Its Creditors' Demands?
Unwillingness to Change Plays Key Role in Egypt's Economic Crisis
Structural Adjustment Requires Tough Political Decisions
Egyptians Face a More Expensive Decade
Nothing to Write Home About: Egypt's Economic Report Card for 1989
Technology: Make-or-Break Issue for Egypt's Economy
Inefficiency and Lack of Discipline: Whom to Blame?
Egypt's Economic Future Rests on People's Faith
Has the Time Come for an Egyptian Antitrust Commission?
Egypt's Exchange Rates Dilemma and Need for Fiscal Reform
Egypt's Dud State Firms Should be Allowed to go Bankrupt
Egypt's Governorates Play Discordant Notes on Privatization
Can Egypt Unless 'Dogs' of the Public Sector?
State Assets Must be Privatized Correctly
Paris Club Rewards Egypt for Sticking to its Guns
Egypt's Privatization Plan Hobbled by Taboos
Egyptian Government Should Not be Involved in Retail Trade
The Invisible Hand: Is it Fueling Egypt's Development?
Egypt Consideres Options on Sale of Joint-Venture Assets
Egypt's Privatization Debate Bypasses Ideology
Egypt's State Firms Need Independence, Not Bailouts
A Piece of Advice: Keep Politics out of Privatization
Let's Cut the Propaganda About Egypt's Public Sector
Egypt's Local Government Privatization Follies
How Egypt's Public Firms Start a Debt Chain Reaction
The Big Mystery: How Much are Egypt's State Firms Losing?
Does Privatization Violate Egypt's Constitution?
Egypt's Sacred Cows to Compete?
How Viable is the East European Model for Egypt?
Reforming Law 48: Another Step Toward State Enterprise Reform
Government Regulations Hinder Exports
Egypt's Reform Talk Takes Off into Outer Space
Egypt's Reforms Need to Cover Vital Areas
Putting Egypt on the Right Track
Egypt's Privatization: Why Not Learn from Britain?
Unified Investment Law Reborn: Will the Government Get it Right this Time?
Whims of the Past Plague: Egypt's Reform Proposals
Egypt's Capital Market Development: A Fashion of the Past?
Egypt's Bloated Civil Service: Too Many Ghosts in the Closet
More Donor Aid Nothing to Brag About
New Interest Rate System Good News for Depositors
Why Dollar Dances With the Egyptian Pound
Export Stagnancy in Egypt: What Is Behind It?
The 1,000 Day Reform Program: Another Fairy-Tale?
Winds of Privatization Reforms
Egypt's New Form Proposals Have Some Good Points
Should State Firms Borrow Foreign Exchange?
Budget Deficits Drive Egypt Toward Privatization
The Arab World 10 Years Hence - Poverty and Economic Turbulence?
Debt-Equity Swaps - Will They Become the Wave of the Future?