The Eu structural adjustment support: the case of Zimbabwe.
Review of African Political Economy, 26(79) pp. 75–91.
This article will assess European Union (EU) structural adjustment support and the relationship of it to the policies of the IMF and World Bank in the case of Zimbabwe. It will argue that contrary to the claims of the EU Commission, aid from the Convention has become dominated by adjustment concerns and that these are closely tied to the priorities of the Bretton Woods institutions.
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