Economic and Business History Research Center Oral Histories

 

Oral history recordings and transcripts may be restricted to protect the privacy of interviewees. Access to interviews can be granted in person at the Rare Books and Special Collections Library (preferred), or via the web with special permission.

To request access to interview materials, contact us at EBHRC@aucegypt.edu.

Recent Submissions

  • Hassan, Tarek (2010-02-28)
    Dr. Tarek Ali Hassana is medical professor at the Al-Azhar University, and honorary president of the ZenabKamel Hassan Foundation of Humanistic Development(ZKH) . ZKH was founded in 1993 in honor of ZenabKamel Hassan. A ...
  • Amin, Samir (2010-02-28)
    When he arrived in Egypt in 1957, Amin was hired at the Mouassassa Iqtisadiya (Economic Organization), a public agency created in 1957 to manage the assets in which the government had a share. The public sector had indeed ...
  • Mansour, Fawzy (2010-02-22)
    Fawzi Mansour is considered to be one of the most prominent Marxist economists of his generation. Although he did not play a direct role in the economic policies undertaken during the Nasserite era, his account enriches ...
  • El-Issawy, Ibrahim (2010-02-11)
    In this interview, Issawi attempted to retrace the history of the NPI. Founded in 1960, its role was to assist the Ministry of Planning by conducting research work in different areas of the economy. Issawi mentions, indeed, ...
  • Sultan, Fouad (2010-02-04)