An Overview of Human Resource Development in Pre and Post Revolution Egypt and its Efforts towards reaching Sustainable Development
Tarek A. El Badawy, Nouzada Hady

Human resource development can be argued to be a more realistic, reliable and pervasive indicator of development than any other single factor since it is invariably a necessary condition for all kinds of growth. Human resource development is a crucial factor in economic growth and for influencing changes in economic structure. It is not surprising, therefore, that it has been a major concern, if not an obsession, of leaders and policymakers in the developing countries. After highlighting the important role played by HRD in a seamless plan for sustainable economic development, this paper will analyze the institutional problems related to HRD in Egypt. Following, it will assess efforts expended on the road toward improvement, and finally give concrete recommendations addressed to policymakers, economists, and researchers.

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