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by Willem Van der Geest

Author: Willem Van der Geest
Subcategory: World Literature
Language: English
Publisher: James Currey (January 1, 1994)
Pages: 240 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
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Structural Adjustment and Beyond in Sub-Saharan Africa, by Rolph Van Der Hoevan and Fred Van Der Kraaij (ed.  . (London, James Currey and Portsmouth, NH Heinemann, 1994. If you are a registered author of this item, you may also want to check the "citations" tab in your RePEc Author Service profile, as there may be some citations waiting for confirmation.

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1999 ‘The Missing Institutions of Africa’s Adjusted Labour Markets’ (with Rolph van der Hoeven) in African Development Perspectives Yearbook 1999 (pp. 285-318), eds. Karl Wohlmuth, Achim Gutowski, Elke Grawert, Markus Wautschkuhn, LIT Verlag.

Johnson, Melanie, ‘Financial Sector Reform in Structural Adjustment Programmes’ in Van Der Geest, Willem (e., Negotiating Structural Adjustment in Africa (New York: United Nations Publications, 1994). Kahler, Miles, ‘External Influence, Conditionality, and the Politics of Adjustment,’ in Haggard, Stephen, and Kaufman, Robert R. (ed., The Politics of Economic Adjustment (New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1992). McHugh, Francis . ‘Proposal for an Ethic of Financial Decision-making’ in Frowen, Stephen F. and McHugh, Francis P.

230 pages, Figs, tabs. Publisher: James Currey. Bestsellers in Aid & North/South Issues.

Co-Directing a project on Employment and Structural Adjustment in Africa.

Independent working on Trade and Sustainability. Co-Directing a project on Employment and Structural Adjustment in Africa. University of Oxford. European Union Advisory Group, Yerevan, Armenia. 28 Apr 2011 to 28 Feb 2013.

BR In association with UNDP, FSG and QEH.

Willem van der Geest is ITC’s Lead Economist and Acting Director of the Division of Market Development. He holds a PhD in Economics from the Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge. He has published widely on issues of structural adjustment, food policy management and ng development policies.

Essential reading for those involved in implementing adjustment programmes, the findings of this UNDP commissioned research set out to analyse experiences and provide a set of development objectives. Insufficient attention has been paid in the programmes to the links between macroeconomic policy changes and microeconomic behaviour which has had a negative impact on investment and activity. BR> In association with UNDP, FSG and QEH