The World Bank’s Structural Adjustment Program’s Implications

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The World Bank’s Structural Adjustment Program’s Implications
An Analysis of the World Bank’s Structural Adjustment Program’s implications for domestic health (and human development) policy in developing nations
Introduction
The following paper will analyze the structural adjustment program of the World Bank (the IMF is a willing accomplice, too) and will explore the impact of SAPs upon developing nations. In so doing, the essay will explore how the program is a failure when it comes to achieving its goals – it definitely does not appear to create more buoyant or resilient economies in developing nations and its impact upon human development is appalling – and, at the outset, will offer a brief background of the World Bank as a means of...
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.....of Health Services, 32(3): 433-442.
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