5 edition of Political Economy of Steel Development in Nigeria found in the catalog.
February 2005 by Africa World Press .
Written in English
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Political Economy of Steel Development in Nigeria: Lessons from South Korea [Omoweh, Daniel A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Political Economy of Steel Development in Nigeria: Lessons from South KoreaAuthor: Daniel A.
Omoweh. This is a critical comparative analysis of the origin, nature, problems and prospects of steel development and industrialisation in Nigeria and South Korea. Focusing on the steel sector, this ground-breaking book examines the interplay among the state, local capital, transnational corporations, the World Bank and IMF.
The book examines how all these factors have come to shape the content and. This is a critical comparative analysis of the origin, nature, problems and prospects of Political Economy of Steel Development in Nigeria book development and industrialization in Nigeria and South Korea.
It is well known that the Asian New Industrializing Countries (NICs), South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong have recorded impressive industrial and economic growth at a time when. Thus, in the quest to understand the economic predicates of Nigeria’s current security challenges, this paper provides a general description of Nigeria’s political economy and its tendency to fuel violence—including terrorism, as presently observed in Author: Ojochenemi J.
David, Lucky E. Asuelime, Hakeem Onapajo. A political economy of Africa contradictions class struggle cocoa colonial economy competition cooperation dependence depoliticisation developing countries development of productive of production metropolitan million mode of production monopoly Nigeria organisation parastatals particularly peasant policies Political Economy political Reviews: 2.
The economy of Nigeria is a middle-income, mixed economy and emerging market, with expanding manufacturing, financial, service, communications, technology and entertainment is ranked as the 27th-largest economy in the world in terms of nominal GDP, and the 22nd-largest in terms of purchasing power parity.
Nigeria has the largest economy in Africa; its re-emergent manufacturing Country group: Developing/Emerging, Lower. Mark Blyth is Professor of International Political Economy and a Fellow of the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University.
He is the author of Great Transformations: Economic Ideas and Institutional Change in the Twentieth Century and Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea.
Abstract The relatively slow pace of Nigeria's development has often been attributed to the phenomenon of the resource curse whereby the nature of the state as a "rentier" dilutes accountability for development and political actors are able to manipulate institutions to sustain poor governance.
Nigeria's political economy has always been predominantly elitist, patriarchal and theist. In terms of the ethnicity, the dominance rests with the WaZoBia group and to some extent, the peoples of the Niger-Delta.
In terms of sexuality, there is no. of the Political Bureau formed the basis for the page final Report. The Report is organized into 13 chapters. The first three review and interpret Nigeria's social context, political history, and political economy. Part II, "A New Political Order for Nigeria," consists of nine chapters.
The first six deal with a. This excellent collection of essays fills an important gap in the contemporary study of Nigeria, pulling together data on political developments and economic development which add up to the most complete picture available of Africa's troubled giant.
The dominant unifying question for the authors-whether or not a politics of class is emerging in Nigeria-is answered from a variety of. This paper explores the political economy of book publishing in Nigeria. It looks at practices in the book publishing industry and at the various forcesthat influence the decisions made by the esta b-lished Nigerian Book Publishers to accept or reject a manuscript for publication.
It argues that theAuthor: Lambert A. Ihebuzor, Noel A. Ihebuzor. There are several manifestations of underdevelopment in the political economy and, in general, the governance of several countries in Africa. Unlike most parts of Europe, United States of America, Australia that are advanced in development, and even Asia where remarkable economic growth is rapidly paving the way for development; especially through the provision of essential amenities in health Cited by: 1.
Nigeria’s steel industry is one of the key economic sectors abandoned by the past administrations in the country, and no reasonable government can afford to. political economy, the second segment look at the promises and consequence of globalization on African political economy.
The third section takes a critical look at globalization and Nigerian political economy in terms of dislocations and squandered opportunities, while the last segment is the concluding remarks.
Conceptual Underpinning. economy, accounting for more than half of GDP, about 85 percent of government revenues, and over 90 percent of exports.
Since oil was discovered in Nigeria more than five decades ago, the country has had a turbulent and disappointing development record and remains significantly Size: 1MB. the partisan political terrain.
Nigeria has a population of million, a landmass of ,km2, a bountiful endowment in arable land, solid minerals and petroleum/gas resources. Nigeria has the appropriate credentials for greatness. But, mismanagement of the economy, lack ofFile Size: KB. Political economy is the study of production and trade and their relations with law, custom and government; and with the distribution of national income and a discipline, political economy originated in moral philosophy, in the 18th century, to explore the administration of states' wealth, with "political" signifying the Greek word polity and "economy" signifying the Greek word.
This paper explores the political economy of book publishing in Nigeria. It looks at practices in the book publishing industry and at the various forces that influence the decisions made by the established Nigerian Book Publishers to accept or reject a manuscript for publication. It argues that the drivers for most of these decisions are largely socio-economic and political and that unless Author: Lambert A.
Ihebuzor, Noel A. Ihebuzor. Nigeria is the most populated nation on the African continent and contains a vast wealth of natural resources. It is the largest petroleum producer in Africa, and a key exporter of oil to both Western Europe and the US, and yet the political economy of Nigeria remains one of gross indebtedness, inefficiency and : Sarah Ahmad Khan.
lenging and promising. While the political economy of the country is increasingly investor-friendly, the state of the country’s infrastruc-tural development remains abysmal. Nigeria rates far better than most sub-Saharan African countries in terms of business constrains, with the main challenges lying in electricity supply,File Size: KB.
Political Economy of the Petroleum Sector in Nigeria This paper uses a political economy perspective to analyze the governance weaknesses along the petroleum sector value chain and attempts to. political environment and try to mitigate its effects so as to ensure sustained growth in Nigeria.
Keywords: Political Stability, Economic Growth and ARDL Model. Introduction The importance of political stability to economic development of any country has become a topic of a continuous debate among economists, political scientists and File Size: KB. ___Published by European Centre for Research Training and Development UK () 48 ISSN (Print), ISSN (Online) AN INSTITUTIONALIST POLITICAL ECONOMY OF PRIVATIZATION IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF DELTA STEEL COMPANY, ALADJA, DELTA STATE, NIGERIA Ifaka, John OghenekevweFile Size: KB.
Back in the spring, I hinted that I would be willing to produce a top ten list of must-read books on the international political economy/global political economy (IPE or GPE for those in the know. x Politics, Culture and Development in Nigeria: A Festschrift for Gabriel Olatunde Babawale Ventriloquism or the Dilemma of a Culture Translator: Re-Translating Mestre Didi's Nag6-Afro-Brazilian Tales into Yoruba FelixAyoh' Omidire Theorizing Al-Fasad: Poetics of Corruption in Islamic Hermeneutics - Afis Ayinde Oladosu Arab Enslavement of Africans: An Islamic ViewpointFile Size: 1MB.
Nigeria – Incentives for Growth – updated October -2 Table of Contents Summary 3 1) Introduction 10 2) Political economy dimensions of Nigeria’s economic performance 12 Introduction: institutions and economic performance 12 Seven political economy propositions 13File Size: KB.
Nigeria is Sub Saharan Africa’s largest economy and relies heavily on oil as its main source of foreign exchange earnings and government revenues.
Following the global financial crises, the banking sector was effectively recapitalized and regulation enhanced. Since then, Nigeria’s economic growth has been driven by growth in. Nigeria is the most populated nation on the African continent and contains a vast wealth of natural resources.
It is the largest petroleum producer in Africa, and a key exporter of oil to both Western Europe and the US, and yet the political economy of Nigeria remains one of gross indebtedness, inefficiency and mismanagement. Here, the author brings together these issues in a far-ranging.
Nigeria (/ n aɪ ˈ dʒ ɪər i ə / ()), officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a country in West Africa, bordering Niger in the north, Chad in the northeast, Cameroon in the east, and Benin in the southern coast is on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic federation comprises 36 states and 1 Federal Capital Territory, where the capital, Abuja, is g code: + Nigeria's Strengths and Weaknesses Pollution Pollution has harshly damaged many of Nigeria's nature, including the water, the air, and the soil.
Poverty Desertification Oil Spills As the Sahara Desert spreads south, it threatens civilization in many countries, including Nigeria.
"The political economy of a country is pivotal to its economic dynamics as well as its social system. While politics and the process of politicking do not necessarily give rise to the social structure of a people, the institutional framework, process and outcome of this exercise do influence the course and outcome of achievable socio-economic status of the nation and its by: 2.
The economy of Nigeria grew at a massive 7% per year every year for over a decade (). The oil industry has been one of the drivers of this change, but more recently it has been the growth of manufacturing and services that are helping the Nigerian economy grow. Despite being Africa’s largest economy, Nigeria is not a rich country.
Political Economy Of Steel Development In Nigeria: Lessons From South Korea avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving 4/5(1). The government can take for example Ajaokuta Steel Company and turn it around without political interference.
READ ALSO: COVID More than 65% of. 2 Industrial development experience in Nigeria The growth in industrial activities discussed in this section is in three phases. These are the pre-colonial era; early post-colonial era; and events since the mids.
Pre-colonial era The pre-colonial era, that is, the pre economy of Nigeria featured. The Structure of the Nigerian Economy cent Central Bank commercial banks commodities contribution country's crude oil decade decline deficit developing countries Development in Nigeria Development Plan Economic Development effect employment Enugu factors Federal Government political economy, state class and political system in.
This IS why recent announcements by the Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, about a new solid mineral policy and his statement that “Nigeria is aiming to hand over the $4.
-From the beginning, Nigerian geography has dictated political, social, and economic development. Change occurred through cultural diffusion, the spread of the customs and beliefs of other people. Most important was the diffusion of Islam, a change that was gradual, with conversion to the religion occurring slowly but steadily over time.
Who Benefits. The Political Economy Of National Development Plans In Nigeria balance of payment problem. In this vein, the objectives of the First National Rolling plan were itemised as; a.
Attainment of higher levels of self sufficiency in the production of food and other raw materials. The steel industry is a key sector in Nigeria's economy that should have been the bedrock of the country's industrialization.
The sector provides industrial items such as iron rods, barbed wires.Chapter 10 Political Economy and International Trade. Trade policy analysis is often conducted from the implicit vantage point of a benevolent dictator poised to choose the best policies for a country.
However, decisions about which policies to apply are rarely made by a sovereign but instead are usually made via a democratic political process.This chapter is concerned with the role of oil and gas in the economic development of the global economy.
It focuses on the context in which established and newer oil and gas producers in developing countries must frame their policies to optimize the benefits of such resources. It outlines a history of the issue over the last twenty-five years.