EXPERIENCE OF FREE TRADE IN HASHEMI RAFSANJANI GOVERNMENT IN IRAN
The present research examines the sociology of neoliberal policies in the form of structural adjustment programs in Hashemi Rafsanjani's state. Its purpose is to first identify structural adjustment programs and then the implementation of one of its most important pillars, free trade in post-war Iran. We conducted this study using descriptive-analytical technique, meaning that in the beginning, we used the library method to collect information and raw materials for analysis. Moreover, we used the documentary method to use the reports and statistics available in those years (1989 to 1997) to be able to assess the status of the free trade. Finally, we concluded that the adjustment programs did not have much success in the construction state, at least in this component. The findings indicate that free trade in imports and exports not only did not significantly improve the country's economic situation, but also faced the country with new challenges that needed investigation.