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"Galal Amin is a professor of Economics at the American University in Cairo. His specialty is in microeconomics, economic development, history of economic thought and economics of the Middle East. He completed his PhD from the London School of Economics, along with a diploma in Public Law, from the Faculty of Law, Cairo University. He was presented with the award for Economics from the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science, 1981; the Order of Merit for the Sciences and Arts from the President of Egypt, 1977, and the State Prize for Economics (Egypt) in 1976. He is a member of the Egyptian Economic Society, is on the board of directors of the Egyptian Economic Society, the Egyptian Society for Human Rights, the Arab Society for Human Rights and the board of directors of the Arab Society of Economic Research and Research Coordinator." 
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- Editors and Contributors, idrc, accessed February 7, 2011.