The Relative Effectiveness of Poverty Reduction Strategies in Nicaragua
Over the past two hundred years, Nicaragua has experienced colonialism, invasion and widespread destruction, primarily at the hands of the United States Government and client regimes. While Managua’s successive involvement with multilateral lenders helped alleviate certain macro-economic woes, reductions in education, health care and other social expenditures has led to slowly declining living standards for the country’s population.
Porter, Sean. "The Relative Effectiveness of Poverty Reduction Strategies in Nicaragua" Oakland Journal 6 (2003). 66-86
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