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Graduate Student
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Ain Shams University
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Business, Development, Economy, Education, Finance, Gender, Globalization, Governance, Labor, Poverty, Youth
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My name is Samar. I was graduated from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University. I obtained my master’s degree in International Business Administration from Ajou University in South Korea as a scholarship granted from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA). I am currently a PhD student in the Business Administration Department at Ain Shams University. My research interests include a variety of topics in Economics, Finance, and Business Administration.

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Yesterday versus Today: Nationalism versus Globalization-A conflict or a coexistence

Posted on December 31, 2016 at 8:47pm 0 Comments

Full Name: Samar Abdelmageed

Name of School: Ain Shams University

Educational Level: Graduate Student

Yesterday versus Today: Nationalism versus Globalization-A conflict or a coexistence

Everyone is born with a certain identity. This identity is shaped by different surroundings and circumstances. This identity comes from Home. This home does not only represent the geographical place in which one’s country exists. Home is family and friends you grow with and…

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