The Micro Impacts of Macroeconomic Adjustment Policies research project has stemmed out of the concern that policy measures implemented to correct serious economic imbalances and induce the economy to efficiency and sustainable growth may have unanticipated and differential welfare impact at the household and firm level. This paper is an integrative report of seven principal investigators on the following areas: macroeconomic analysis, agriculture sector, natural resources and environment sector, industrial informal sector, social services sector, government regulations and monitoring. It reports and integrates the major findings of these studies. It also draws on information/results of related studies to complement the findings of the research on hand.
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