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55th Anniversary of the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University

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من: د. أحمد الــمقدم
الى: الأعضاء والقارئين الكرام في موقع الجمعية المصرية البريطانية

“اليوم ١٩/٠٤/٢٠١٦ تحتفل كليه الاقتصاد بالذكري ال٥٥ على تأسيسها وقد اول من تم تعيينه فيها كمعيد وقمت بتدريس الدفعة الأولي من عام ١٩٦١ الي عام ١٩٦٣. وسافرت بعدها الي جامعه مانشستر لدراسة الدكتوراه حيث كانت رسالتي للدكتوراه هي عمل اول نموذج رياضي للاقتصاد البريطاني. وقد طلبت كليه الاقتصاد مني ان اكتب بعض ذكرياتي لألقيها”

Comment on US Dollar Crisis in Egypt

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Written in Arabic. This comment paper was recently prepared and written in the light of what is happening to the Dollar and how it relates to Egypt.

About the Author:

Dr Ahmed El Mokadem is Honorary Patron and Founding member of the British Egyptian Society. Born in Egypt, educated in the United Kingdom and spent more than 35 years in academic consultancy and international business career. Advised many governments in economic policy, oil and defence. Dr Ahmed published and supervised many books, articles and research projects in the UK monetary and fiscal policy, North Sea oil, OPEC and international oil market. Retired in 2004 to focus on charitable societies, writing, lecturing and public service.

A Story of A Unique Beauty: Egypt’s Achievable Dream of Happiness & Prosperity

About the paper:

This paper was prepared and delivered for the Ramadan Charity Iftar organized by the Medics for Egypt in the UK, on the 21st of July 2012.

About the Author:

Dr Ahmed El Mokadem is Honorary Patron and Founding member of the British Egyptian Society. Born in Egypt, educated in the United Kingdom and spent more than 35 years in academic consultancy and international business career. Advised many governments in economic policy, oil and defence. Dr Ahmed published and supervised many books, articles and research projects in the UK monetary and fiscal policy, North Sea oil, OPEC and international oil market. Retired in 2004 to focus on charitable societies, writing, lecturing and public service.

Poem: I AM COPTIC MUSLIM

About the Poem:

This poem written in Arabic, was read in Galleria, Cairo Tower by an invitation from Rotary Maryoteya in 2010.

About the Author:

Dr Ahmed El Mokadem is Honorary Patron and Founding member of the British Egyptian Society. Born in Egypt, educated in the United Kingdom and spent more than 35 years in academic consultancy and international business career. Advised many governments in economic policy, oil and defence. Dr Ahmed published and supervised many books, articles and research projects in the UK monetary and fiscal policy, North Sea oil, OPEC and international oil market. Retired in 2004 to focus on charitable societies, writing, lecturing and public service.

Gods Word, His Chosen Mary & The Coptic Community’s Strategic Mission in New Egypt’s Charter of Hope.

About the paper:

This Paper religious paper about the role of the Coptic Community was prepared for an After-Dinner talk for the UK Coptic Medical Society’s Annual Dinner on the 21stMay 2011.

About the author:

Dr Ahmed El Mokadem is Honorary Patron and Founding member of the British Egyptian Society. Born in Egypt, educated in the United Kingdom and spent more than 35 years in academic consultancy and international business career. Advised many governments in economic policy, oil and defence. Dr Ahmed published and supervised many books, articles and research projects in the UK monetary and fiscal policy, North Sea oil, OPEC and international oil market. Retired in 2004 to focus on charitable societies, writing, lecturing and public service.

The Politics of Decline, Lessons from the Thatcherite Model

About the Article

Written in 1990 and delivered in Cairo to Egyptian Graduates of British Universities, upon invitation by the British Ambassador. The article views the relevance of the Thatcherite model to Egypt, as it is argued that Thatcherism is relevant to Egypt not in terms of the detailed Thatcherite policies, but in terms of the general strategy of dealing effectively and successfully with the politics of decline. Egypt has been suffering from the politics of decline since the end of the second world ward, the constituents of which are much the same in the case of Egypt as those in Britain in the 1970.’s.The author predicted that Thatcher would be removed by the end of the year. Though Lady Thatcher was upset, but, sadly, it did happen. The article though written in 1990 but It is still extremely relevant to Egypt’s present circumstances

About the Author

Dr Ahmed El Mokadem is Honorary Patron and Founding member of the British Egyptian Society. Born in Egypt, educated in the United Kingdom and spent more than 35 years in academic consultancy and international business career. Advised many governments in economic policy, oil and defence. Dr Ahmed published and supervised many books, articles and research projects in the UK monetary and fiscal policy, North Sea oil, OPEC and international oil market. Retired in 2004 to focus on charitable societies, writing, lecturing and public service.

Some Initial Thoughts on a Criminal Interpretation of the Crash of the World Financial System

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Given the current World Market’s pessimistic state and gloomy expectations: possible repeat of the 2008-2009 financial crash, the paper acts as a reminder of the crash of the most powerful of systems. The paper was initially produced on the occasion of the 1st Sir Michael Weir Annual Lecture, sponsored by The British Egyptian Society, addressed by the Rt. Hon. The Lord Patten of Barnes, entitled “After the Crash”, and chaired by the author, on the 27th November 2008, at the Institution of Civil Engineers, London.

About the Author

Dr Ahmed El Mokadem is Honorary Patron and Founding member of the British Egyptian Society. Born in Egypt, educated in the United Kingdom and spent more than 35 years in academic consultancy and international business career. Advised many governments in economic policy, oil and defence. Dr Ahmed published and supervised many books, articles and research projects in the UK monetary and fiscal policy, North Sea oil, OPEC and international oil market. Retired in 2004 to focus on charitable societies, writing, lecturing and public service.

Egypt my love, who are you? And where to?

About the Poem

This poem, written in Arabic is dedicated to Egypt. It articulates the authors deeply felt love for his native land. Dr Ahmed’s love for Egypt and Britain is unparalleled as he more thanoften quotes Egypt, never left my heart. It is the heart of the world and Britain is the brain of the world.

About the Author

Dr Ahmed El Mokadem is Honorary Patron and Founding member of the British Egyptian Society. Born in Egypt, educated in the United Kingdom and spent more than 35 years in academic consultancy and international business career. Advised many governments in economic policy, oil and defence. Dr Ahmed published and supervised many books, articles and research projects in the UK monetary and fiscal policy, North Sea oil, OPEC and international oil market. Retired in 2004 to focus on charitable societies, writing, lecturing and public service.

Egypt: A Pivotal State, Britain: A Great Power, USA:The Superpower; The Middle East & World Peace & Stability.

About the Article

This article attempts to provide a conceptual/theoretical framework, which can be used in analysing the relationship between three key players, with differing roles and relative impact, in attempting to achieve certain political objective(s) in a troubled, but relatively important area of the world.

Part I reviews the Suez Crisis 1956, as an introductory Middle East Crisis, in which a simple anatomical approach is adopted, as an introduction to the main subject matter of this article.

Part II focuses on the elements of a framework to be used in the development of a hypothesis concerning the interactive relationship between a developing country pivotal state, a great power and a superpower, as related, specifically, to the Middle East area.

An attempt is then made in Part III to test the hypothesis on the chosen area. Historical evidence is reviewed, and micro conclusions are drawn.

Given the historical evidence, in Part IV a conceptual framework is outlined, which is intended for analytical applications to similar situations, where the underlying assumptions and characteristics apply.

About the Author

Dr Ahmed El Mokadem is Honorary Patron and Founding member of the British Egyptian Society. Born in Egypt, educated in the United Kingdom and spent more than 35 years in academic consultancy and international business career. Advised many governments in economic policy, oil and defence. Dr Ahmed published and supervised many books, articles and research projects in the UK monetary and fiscal policy, North Sea oil, OPEC and international oil market. Retired in 2004 to focus on charitable societies, writing, lecturing and public service.

More than Fifty-One Years of My Life

An Anglo Egyptian New Paradigm “The Affectionate, Loving, Wisdom Of Ancient & Old Culture & History”

About the Paper

This paper was Prepared for the Annual Sir Michael Weir Lecture on The 26th November 2014, at The Institute of Directors, London, UK. It focuses on both Egypt and Britain and goes back at the time of incorporating the British Egyptian Society. The paper provides a philosophical theme for the relationship between the two countries: One a Great Power and the other the Pivotal.

About the Author

Dr Ahmed El Mokadem is Honorary Patron and Founding member of the British Egyptian Society. Born in Egypt, educated in the United Kingdom and spent more than 35 years in academic consultancy and international business career. Advised many governments in economic policy, oil and defence. Dr Ahmed published and supervised many books, articles and research projects in the UK monetary and fiscal policy, North Sea oil, OPEC and international oil market. Retired in 2004 to focus on charitable societies, writing, lecturing and public service. Dr Ahmed’s love for Egypt and Britain is unparalleled as he more thanoften quotes Egypt, never left my heart. It is the heart of the world and Britain is the brain of the world.

British-Egyptian Relations from Suez to the Present day (SOAS Middle East Issues)

About the Book

This account of the first major forum to review relations between Britain and Egypt, held in London in 2006, demonstrates how political, economic and cultural interaction between the countries has developed since the Suez invasion of 1956. In addition to providing a historical assessment, it suggests ways forward in both bilateral and international contexts. Egyptian and British contributors include government ministers and specialists in history, economics, Egyptology, business, education, culture and international affairs.

About the Author

Dr. Noel Brehony is Chairman of Menas Associates, a member of the British Egyptian Society Committee and of the advisory board of the London Middle East Institute at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, and past President of the British Society for Middle Eastern Studies (BRISMES), 2000-6.Ayman El-Desouky is Lecturer in Arabic and Comparative Literature at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

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