Public Management and Sustainable Development in Nigeria: Military-bureaucracy Relationship
How was public policy and economic development in Nigeria affected under the period of military control between 1966 and 1999? What is the nature and scale of change that Nigeria will have to undergo in order to achieve its current development goals? By addressing these issues, this rewarding book will foster an understanding among scholars, development planners, military officers and policy makers of the challenges facing many sub-Saharan African nations in the twenty-first century.
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Managing Nigerias Ethnic Legacy
The Public Bureaucracy
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