Inside Independent Nigeria: Diaries of Wolfgang Stolper, 1960-1962

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Ashgate, 2003 - Business & Economics - 321 pages
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This is the edited diary of one of the first Western economists to serve as an adviser in the government of an independent African country. It gives a brutally frank appraisal of Nigeria's then political leaders and the economists, local and foreign, who sought to shape the country's development policies and to write its first Five-Year Development Plan. It anticipates many of the problems that afflicted Nigeria from the mid 1960s on, highlighting statist interference in the economy, corruption and the waste of development resources.

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July 1730 1960 1
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Camels at Kano Airport July 16 1960
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August 217 1960
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