Economic Policy Options for a Prosperous Nigeria by P. Collier

Economic Policy Options for a Prosperous Nigeria

EditorP. Collier, C. Soludo, C. Pattillo

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This book demonstrates that there is sufficient evidence on the Nigerian economy and society to inform many policy issues, and reveals the current problems and policy options that a democratic Nigeria will need to debate and resolve. It presents an agenda of reform as unfinished business.

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PAUL COLLIER is Director of the Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford, UK. He co-edited Investment and Risk in Africa (with Catherine Pattillo), also published by Palgrave Macmillan.CATHERINE PATTILLO is Senior Economist at the International Monetary Fund, USA. She co-edited Investment and Risk in Africa (wit...

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Title:Economic Policy Options for a Prosperous NigeriaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.04 inPublished:April 24, 2008Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230542735

ISBN - 13:9780230542730

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I. MACROECONOMIC FRAMEWORK * Managing Macroeconomic Volatility--D.Addison * Oil, Growth and Governance in Nigeria--P.Collier * Central Bank of Nigeria: Dependent, Independent or Regional--X.Debrun, C.Pattillo & P.Masson * Institutions and the Political Economy of Rents from Oil--A.Subramanian & X.Sala-I-Matin * Nigeria and ECOWAS Common External Tariff Regime: Prospects and Challenges--A.Adenikinju & O.Alaba * Monetary Management of Oil Price Surges--C.Adam & B.Goderis * Fiscal Policy Coordination for Macroeconomic Stability in Nigeria--O.Ajakaiye * II. CLIMATE FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISE * Competitiveness of Nigerian Labor Manufacturing Firms--V.Ramachandran, J.M.Marchat & M.Shah * Policy Lessons from Nigerian Firm Survey--A.Malik & F.Teal * How Competitive are Nigerian Ports in West Africa--O.Oji & C.Agu * Nigeria's Agricultural Export Potentials--E.Ukeje, A.Daramola, John McIntire & S.Ehui * III. HOUSEHOLDS: POVERTY AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION * Universal Education Policies and Socio-Economic Outcomes--E.N.Egbuna & U.O.Osili * Women Education and Child Nutrition in South Western Nigeria--A.Aromolaran * Poverty in Nigeria--S.Appleton, A.MacKay & B.Adewunmi * IV. THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM * Nigerian Money Market: Structure, Performance and Prospects--A.Teriba * Interest Rate Spreads, Competition and Distress in Nigerian Banking System--M.Ajayi & O.Sobodu * V. GOVERNMENT: PUBLIC EXPENDITURE AND SERVICE DELIVERY * Fiscal Federalism: Issues, Challenges and Agenda for Reform--A.Englama & A.Ekpo * Fiscal Federalism and Service Delivery in Nigeria--F.Odoko & J.Nnanna * Setting Hard Budget Constraints for Nigerian States--V.Kwakwa * Reforming Nigeria's Power Sector for Growth in Investment and Efficiency--B.S.Adebusuyi * Issues of Governance--C.N.O.Mordi & P.Collier * Oil--C.McPherson * Power--P.Tallagaprada & S.V.Iyer * TITLE--M.Stevens * TITLE--P.Osafo-Kwaako