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Economic models for evaluating the impact of structural adjustment programmes on environment-limitations and possibilities

Economic models for evaluating the impact of structural adjustment programmes on environment-limitations and possibilities

Ecology and Development Paper Centre for Sustainable Development, Agricultural University of Norway ( 7): 28pp.

Although structural adjustment programmes have been widely adopted by several countries during the past decade or so, until recently, little attention has been paid to the environmental effects of these programmes.

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