MIMAP Synthesis Report: Major Conclusions and Policy Implications
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- A.R. Kemal & M. Irfan & G. M. Arif, 2001. "MIMAP SYNTHESIS REPORT: Major Conclusions and Policy Implications," MIMAP Technical Paper Series 2001:03, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics.
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KeywordsMicro Impact of Macro Adjustment Policies; SAP; Policies; Growth; Welfare Levels; Household Survey;
- A1 - General Economics and Teaching - - General Economics
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