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Economic development of Nigeria, 1950-1964

Adebimpe O. Ike

Economic development of Nigeria, 1950-1964

a bibliography

by Adebimpe O. Ike

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Published by University of Nigeria Library in Nsukka .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria
    • Subjects:
    • Nigeria -- Economic conditions -- To 1960 -- Bibliography.,
    • Nigeria -- Economic conditions -- 1960- -- Bibliography.,
    • Nigeria -- Economic policy -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      Statementcompiled by Adebimpe O. Ike.
      SeriesUniversity of Nigeria Library series ;, no. 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ7165.N5 I39 1966, HC1055 I39 1966
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 129 p. ;
      Number of Pages129
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2581896M
      LC Control Number85129934


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Economic development of Nigeria, 1950-1964 by Adebimpe O. Ike Download PDF EPUB FB2

Part 2 (Chapters ) contains an account of contemporary political development in Nigeria sincewhen a civil war that had lasted for thirty months ended with the defeat of secessionist Biafra. Major issues and conflicts in Nigerian politics, the dynamics of regime change, and the challenges that have arisen from ethnic, religious, and   While Nigeria has made some progress in socio-economic terms in recent years, its human capital development remains weak due to under-investment and the country ranked of countries in the World Bank’s Human Capital Index.

Furthermore, the country continues to face massive developmental challenges, which include the need to reduce ByA. Ekpo & 0. Umoh INTRODUCTION This article overviews the growth and development of the Nigerian economy from inde pendence to present times.

Specifically, the following periods are discussed: the pro-oil boom decade (); the perio   preceded by the concept of economic development and its measurement. The The terms growth and development were used interchangeably.

During and s many developing countries realized their economic growth targets but standard of living of the people did not change.

(), “economic development is a process whereby an economy   SECURITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA SINCE Dr. Anthony Danladi Ali KSM Dept.

of History and International Relations Redeemers University ABSTRACT This paper argues that development is about the human person. It is an overall process and not a one-sided affair.

Man cannot claim to be developed when his life is insecure. Guaranteeing the   Colonialism is a major feature of the economic history of Nigeria. Britain eventually gained control of Nigerian administration.

After independence, the Nigerian economy seemed very promising. Many saw Nigeria, with 15% of Africa's population, as an emerging economy. However, this potential never materialized. A series of unfortunate political and economic events have stalled Nigerian :// The Nigerian Journal of Economic History.

The Nigerian Journal of Economic History (NJEH) seeks to promote the scholarly study of Africa's and the developing world's past economic issues and events from a diversity of perspectives notably those of History, Economics, and other relevant ://   The Role of Education in Economic Development.

Till recently economists have been considering physical capital as the most important factor determining economic growth and have been recommending that rate of physical capital formation in developing countries must be increased to accelerate the process of economic growth and raise the living standards of the The Economic Development of Nigeria from to.