The Good Governance Imperative: A Nigeria Economic Development Case Study
Barton R. Bowen
Mesa Community College
September 8, 2003
In relation to the concept of governance as defined by the World Bank, this article reviews the mistakes and lessons learned from Nigeria's attempt at economic development over the final three or four decades of the 20th century. Special attention is given to the adverse impact of the several exogenous oil boom shocks including resultant economic growth and distributive effects.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 18
Keywords: Governance, Economic Development, Case Study, Nigeria
JEL Classification: H1, H4, H5, O0, O1, O2Case and Teaching Paper Series
Date posted: October 12, 2003
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