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Critical Perspectives on Nigerian Political Economy and Management (Modern Arabic Writing)

by Pat Utomi

  • 218 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Spectrum Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economics,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • General,
  • International - Economics,
  • Business & Economics / Economics / International,
  • Poetry : General,
  • Economic forecasting,
  • Management,
  • Nigeria

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9191565M
    ISBN 10978029192X
    ISBN 109789780291921

    Development Theory and Practice: Critical Perspectives [Kothari, Uma, Minogue, Martin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Development Theory and Practice: Critical Perspectives/5(2). The problem of Nigeria‘s economy was properly highlighted by the Governor of the Central Bank, in his recent speech at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

      The new political economy of aging: introduction and critique. In Minkler, M. and Estes, C. L. (eds.) Critical Perspectives on Aging: The Political and Moral Economy of Growing Old. Baywood Publishing Co., Amityville, New York, 19 – Cited by: Multinational Corporations and the Nigerian Economy Osuagwu, Godwin Onyewuchi Department of Accountancy, Bingham University, Karu, Nasarawa State, Nigeria dominated discussion on political economy. Activities of the MNCs in Nigeria have generated a perspectives and on a number of various levels, including law, sociology, history, and.

    A. Critique of the political economy. B. Critique of domination and exploitation. C. Ideology critique. 3 Praxeology A. Critical ethics. B. Struggles and political practice. Epistemology Dialectical reason is an epistemological dimension of critical theory: In Marx’s works,File Size: KB. Developing Economics A Critical Perspective On Development Economics. The return of State planning. (, ) is a rare work of political economy for many reasons. It is written by an economist, but it’s so interdisciplinary that you won’t be able to tell. It is also behind the Nigerian border closures seen last year.


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Critical Perspectives on Nigerian Political Economy and Management by Pat Utomi These essays are taken from the many symposiums diagnosing Nigeria's prolonged stagnation. Critical perspectives on Nigerian political economy and management: a book of readings and cases in social and political environment of business.

[Patrick O Utomi] Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. He is the author of several Public policy and Management Books among which are; To Serve is to Live, Critical Perspectives on Nigerian Political Economy and Management and so on. Twitter: @UtomiPat ‏Instagram: @profpatutomi.

Part of the SpringerBriefs in Political Science book series (BRIEFSPOLITICAL) The political economy of the structural adjustment programme. In S. Adejumobi & A. Momoh (Eds.), The political economy of Nigeria under military rule () (pp. Harare: Sapes Books. Petroleum revenue management: The Nigerian perspective Author: Ojochenemi J.

David, Lucky E. Asuelime, Hakeem Onapajo. In spite of the political freedom they enjoyed, these countries were not free to choose any economic or political system to suit their countries.

Nigeria was no exception. That serious handicap persisted until the end of the cold war that followed the collapse of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR), and its allies in the communist bloc countries of Eastern Europe. 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.

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The Nigerian Political Economy in Transition Sani Musa February The military handed over power to a civilian administration on May 29th with the inauguration of President Olusegun Obasanjo and 36 civilian state governors. Nigeria experienced direct military rule for 29 of its 45 years as an independent nation.

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In first laying out his understanding of our post WWII global /5(11). Book Description. Political economy, in its various guises and transfigurations, is a research philosophy that presents both social commentary and theoretical progress and is concerned with a number of different topics: politics, regulation and governance, production systems, social relations, inequality and development amongst many others.

Perspectives on Nigeria's Economic Development Volume II by Pascal G. Dozie. Nigeria has experienced significant economic progress since publication in of the first edition of Perspectives on Nigerian Economic Development. Two main drivers of this progress have been the beneficial return to democratic rule and the implementation of key.

Nwolise, O.B.C. (), “How the Military Ruined Nigeria’s Federalism,” in E. Onwudiwe and R.T. Suberu (eds.) Nigerian Federalism in Crisis: Critical Perspectives and Poitical Options. Ibadan: Programme on Ethnic and Federal Studies (PEFS).Cited by: 4.

economic stagnation is the phenomenon of corruption. The kernel of the paper rest in the fact that political leadership and corruption were interwoven and it is against this background that it explored the corrupt tendencies of the political leadership class in Nigeria since and its implication for socio-economic development.

The political economy of a country is pivotal to its economic dynamics as well as its social Aregbeshola R. Adewale is a lecturer in the Department of Business Management (International Business) at the University of South Africa.

Nigerian economy. The country is the largest oil-producing country in Africa, and in the fi rst digit File Size: KB. African Politics in Comparative Perspective; It ends by reviewing what scholars agree upon and what the accumulated knowledge offers as insights for more effective political and policy reforms.

This book is for undergraduate and graduate courses in African and Comparative Politics as well as development-oriented courses in Political Science Cited by: Political Corruption in Nigeria: Theoretical Perspectives and Some Explanations Article (PDF Available) in Anthropologist 11(4) October w Reads How we measure 'reads'.

In O. Ebere, & R. Suberu (Eds.), Nigerian federalism in crisis: Critical perspectives and political options (pp). Ibadan: PEFS. Bello-Imman, I.

I.G.R with reference to local government in Nigeria. In Ekoko Aghayere & Mowah (Eds.), The political economy of local government reforms and transition to the third republic (pp Patrick Okedinachi Utomi (born February 6, ) is a Nigerian professor of political economy and management expert. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants of Nigeria and a former presidential candidate.

He is the founder of Centre for Value in Leadership (CVL) and the African Democratic is a professor at Lagos Business School, and has served in senior positions Profession: Professor.

International Journal of Business and Management Review Vol.4, No.6, pp, August ___Published by European Centre for Research Training and Development UK () ISSN: (Print), ISSN: (Online) LEADERSHIP AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN A DEVELOPING ECONOMY: A CRITICAL LOOK AT THE NIGERIA’S’ EXPERIENCEFile Size: KB.

Biography. Deirdre Conlon is a Lecturer in Critical Human Geography at the University of Leeds, UK. Her research examines immigration enforcement and detention in policy and practice, their effects on migrant (in)security, citizenship and everyday life, as well .This paper uses a political economy perspective to analyze the governance weaknesses along the petroleum sector value chain and attempts to establish the links between challenges in sector regulation and the following major political and economic attributes: (i) strong executive control on petroleum governance in a political environment of weak.the context of Nigerian economy.

So far, there is high inconsistency on the utulisation of such oil revenue in Nigeria. Using a multivariate regression analysis, this study aims at critically analysing the impact of oil revenue on the Nigerian economy. Findings indicate a high insignificance in establishing the flow of oil revenueAuthor: Musa Yelwa Abubakar, Sunusi Sa‘ad Ahmad, Sabiu Bariki Sani, Abdullahi Yaro Jinjiri.