Nigeria Beyond Structural Adjustment: Towards a National Popular Alternative Development Strategy
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For all the authoritarianism and repression that have accompanied the implementation of Structural Adjustment Programmes (SAP), there are very few substantive results to show. All over Africa, in the adjusting countries, the glaring evidence, even by the World Bank's (hereafter the Bank) own reckoning, is that by the end of the 1980s, that is, after over a decade of market-based reforms, a majority of the people are poorer than they were in the 1970s
Nigeria , structural adjustment , alternative development , Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES::Social sciences::Political science
Babawale, T., Fadahunsi, A., Momoh, A., & Olukoshi, A. (1996). Nigeria beyond structural adjustment: Towards a national popular alternative development strategy. Africa Development/Afrique et Développement, 21(2/3), 119-139.