Introduction to the history and structure of Nigerian economy: a handbook for policy makers and students of arts, management and social sciences

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Maina-sara Printing & Pub., 2007 - Nigeria - 193 pages
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The PostColonial Nigerian Economy
Major Development Strategies Introduced in Nigeria

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Abacha regime Abuja aggregate demand agricultural Ajegunle Anambra authoritarian balance of payment Bank of Nigeria Barclays Bank DCO basic Borno Buhari capacity utilization capital gains tax capital markets Central Bank Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu cocoa colonial commercial banks commodity money crude oil debt Decree deficit deposit accounts deregulation developing countries Development in Nigeria domestic Dutch Auction economic development economic growth economic policies effect employment enterprises established exchange rate exchange value expenditure export external debt external loans factors of production federal government fiscal deficit Fiscal Federalism fiscal policy foreign capital foreign direct investment foreign exchange foreign exchange market fuel price funds Ghana Gini Coefficient Gross Domest Product groundnut Hausa However Human Development Index Ibadan Ibrahim Babangida impact implementation import import substitution income income redistribution increase indigenisation policy indigenous industrial industrial policies inflation inflow infrastructure interest rate international trade Ironsi Key Instruments Keynesian Kwara Lagos local government areas local governments Lorenz curve macroeconomic maize major manufacturing Market failure merchant banks military rule monetary policy money creation money supply naira Nasarawa Niger Delta Nigerian civil war Nigerian economy NNPC Obasanjo oil palm oil sector Olusegun Obasanjo Ondo Open Market Operation palm oil percent perfect competitive period permanent income hypothesis Petroleum in Nigeria petroleum products political poor Port Harcourt poverty poverty line prices of petroleum private sector problems programme progressive tax Promotion public sector raw materials real interest rate reduce regime revenue allocation Review Questions rural sales tax social stability strategy structural adjustment structural adjustment programme tiers of government unemployment value added tax World Bank Zimbabwe

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