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Structural Disequilibria and Adjustment Programmes in Madagascar

  • Gilles Duruflé
Part of the International Political Economy Series book series (IPES)

Abstract

In contrast to the other former French colonies of Sub-Saharan Africa and the Indian Ocean, Madagascar is characterised by a very particular configuration of characteristics which are a reflection of its situation as an island, its pre-colonial history and the political and economic choices it has made especially since the beginning of the 1970s.

Keywords

Producer Price Structural Adjustment Ivory Coast External Constraint Coffee Producer 
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Notes

  1. 10.
    Jacques Richard, ‘Identification des principales contraintes à la caféiculture dans le Sud-Est de Madagascar’, Ministry of Co-operation (Paris: Bureau des Evaluations, November 1986).Google Scholar
  2. 11.
    J.M. Yung, ‘Aperçus sur la filière riz à Madagascar,’ Ministry of Co-operation (Paris: Bureau des Evaluations, November 1986) specifically pp. 104–106.Google Scholar

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© Bonnie K. Campbell and John Loxley 1989

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  • Gilles Duruflé

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