Economic Policy Options for a Prosperous Nigeria by P. CollierEconomic Policy Options for a Prosperous Nigeria by P. Collier

Economic Policy Options for a Prosperous Nigeria

byP. CollierEditorC. Soludo, C. Pattillo

Paperback | April 24, 2008

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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.
CHRISTOPHER ADAM CSAE, Oxford, UK DOUG ADDISON World Bank, USA BANJI S. ADEBUSUYI Central Bank of Nigeria, Nigeria ADEOLA ADENIKINJU University of Ibadan, Nigeria BABATUNDE ADEWUNMI Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria CHUKWUMA AGU AIAE, Nigeria OLU AJAKAIYE AERC, Nairobi, Kenya MOSES AJAYI Central Bank of Nigeria, Nigeria OLUMYIWA ALA...
Title:Economic Policy Options for a Prosperous NigeriaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:439 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 1.01 inPublished:April 24, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230542735

ISBN - 13:9780230542730


Table of Contents

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