Evaluating Structural Adjustment Policies for Senegal
the period preceding implementation of the adjustment policies;
the performances attained by other ‘comparable’ countries that have not implemented such policies;
what would have happened if the policies had not been implemented; and
what would have happened if alternative adjustment policies had been implemented.
KeywordsSugar Migration Petroleum Income Marketing
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