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, Volume 60, Issue 1, pp 61–71 | Cite as

Realization or Deprivation of the Right to Development Under Globalization? Debt, Structural Adjustment, and Poverty Reduction Programs

  • Robert E. Mazur
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Civil Society Poverty Reduction Structural Adjustment Debt Relief Global Civil Society 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Robert E. Mazur
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  1. 1.Sociology DepartmentIowa State UniversityAmesU.S.A.

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