SAPRIN

AcronymDefinition
SAPRINStructural Adjustment Participatory Review International Network
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For extensive discussion of the impacts of structural adjustment see SAPRIN, Structural Adjustment: The Policy Roots of Economic Crisis, Poverty, and Inequality (New York: Zed, 2004); Jim Yong Kim et al., ed., Dying for Growth: Global Inequality and the Health of the Poor (Monroe, Me.: Common Courage, 2000).
(2000): "Privatizacion del servicio de distribucion de energia electrica", en El impacto de los programas de ajuste estructural y estabilizacion economica en El Salvador, Red Internacional de la Sociedad Civil para la Revision Participativa de los Programas de Ajuste Estructural (SAPRIN), San Salvador, 107-156.
A recent study examining the impact of IMF's 'structural adjustment policies' is clear on the responsibility of the IMF in perpetuating conditions of impoverishment; see, Structural Adjustment Participatory Review International Network (SAPRIN) (2004) The Policy Roots of Economic Crisis and Poverty: A Multi-Country Participatory Assessment of Structural Adjustment, <http://www.saprin.org/SAPRI_Findings.pdf> 15 June 2005.
Assets performed well, and total deposits increased dramatically (see SAPRIN 2001).
In April 2002, the full SAPRI report (under the name of SAPRIN, to include findings from the two countries where civil society conducted investigations without Bank involvement) was released to the public and received widespread media coverage.
Saprin, Glycolysis in Adenovirus Infected Rat Cell Cultures and in Adenovirus Type 12 Induced Hamster Sarcoma Cells, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1971.