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A Decade of SAPs, Market Liberalization and Environment in Tanzania (1987 - 1998)

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This article aims to explore contestations between the expansion of market liberalisation in Tanzania and the self-protection of society against its disruptive social and environmental effects, and to discuss the confrontations between macro-level policies and their micro-level effects. In order to analyse these contestations, mining sector in Tanzania is chosen as it has been one of the driving sectors for Tanzanian economic growth during 1980s and early 1990s.

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