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economics of Nigerian federalism
Pauline H. Baker
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This book assesses the effectiveness of Nigeria’s counterterrorist policies against Boko Haram. It takes a critical review of the interventionist strategies adopted by the Nigerian government, highlights the motivations behind the choice of strategies, and proffers a deeper understanding of the factors responsible for the state’s inability, thus far, to rid the country of terrorism. politics of federalism is constantly reeling from one crisis to another. He further concluded that the deep rooted problem of federalism in Nigeria is the issue of legitimacy; ethnic loyalties run deeper than national loyalty, leaving the central authority bereft of sustainable Size: 64KB. Federal deficits, Government budgets, US economic outlook: these issues are top-of-mind for all Americans, from economists and politicians to the average citizen. In this category, you will find proposed budgets from the President, economic outlook and budget analysis reports by Congress and other Federal agencies, and final approved Federal budget documents as .
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“The economics of Nigerian federalism book by Dele Babalola, The Political Economy of Federalism in Nigeria aims to demonstrate the significance of the political economy, fiscal federalism and revenue sharing, in the Nigerian Federation.” (Adriano Dirri, Nomos, Issue 1, )Brand: Palgrave Macmillan.
While acknowledging the genius of Nigerian federalism in trying to subdue ethnic and regional conflict, Suberu expertly analyzes the troubling flaws in a system economics of Nigerian federalism book breeds corruption, prioritizes distribution over development, and encourages the country’s further political by: Description: This book uses the political economy approach to examine the relative failure of federalism in Nigeria.
It shows the nexus between the political and the economic aspects of the country’s federalism. The central feature economics of Nigerian federalism book Nigeria’s political economy is the relationship between oil resources and the state.
The Politics of Federalism in Nigeria - J. Isawa Elaigwu - Google Books Nigerians embraced federalism as a way of managing the conflicts and suspicions among. This paper addresses the issue of fiscal federalism in Nigeria by transcending the concern with ordinary economic equation and other issues such as efficient allocation of resources.
This is done in view of the agreement among scholars of fiscal federalism that the allocation or distribution of resources among levels of. the character of Nigerian federalism had significantly changed to one in which the constituent units are politically and financially subordinate to the centre.
This brings to the fore the link economics of Nigerian federalism book Nigeria’s oil and the practice of federalism in Nigeria. William, “The military, oil and development: the political economy of fiscal federalism in Nigeria”, in Fiscal Federalism and Nigeria’s Economic Development, collected volume of papers presented at the Annual Conference of the Nigerian Economic Society.
4 File Size: KB. This issue has been widely studied in the Nigerian and federal literature with a focus on the structure of federalism. Some scholars in Nigeria attributed its failure to colonization where the rulers exploited differences for their administrative convenience and gain.
(Osaghae and Suberu15; Ekekwe ; Afigbo ). This is the introductory essay for the Economics of Federalism, a book edited by the authors and forthcoming in Edward Elgar Publishing's ECONOMIC APPROACHES TO LAW series. This essay discusses the major issues and theories concerning federal economics of Nigerian federalism book systems, which we define as systems that have a hierarchy of at least two distinct state and Cited by: Nigeria's goal under the National Economic Empowerment Development Strategy (NEEDS) program is to reduce inflation to the single digits.
ByNigeria's inflation stood at 9%. Inthe federal government had expenditures of US$ billion but revenues of only US$ billion, resulting in a budget deficit of 5%.Country group: Developing/Emerging, Lower. Nigeria Economic Outlook. Ap The economic scenario has drastically deteriorated amid the twin shocks of the Economics of Nigerian federalism book pandemic and global oil price crash.
The lockdown measures imposed in the countryâ€™s major economic centers will only amplify the blow as the services sector reels from the severe pullback in consumption. The Evolution of Nigerian Federalism Nigeria is, one of the most ethnically diverse countries economics of Nigerian federalism book the world with well over ethno-linguistic groups, some of which are bigger than many independent states of contemporary Africa (Ojo, ).
The Nigerian federalism is a creation of the British. Before the arrival of. This collection focuses on the ways in which federalism has affected and been affected by economic reform, especially global integration.
The editors and contributors focus in particular on the political economy of institutional and economic change - economics of Nigerian federalism book the division of authority between national and subnational governments shapes debates over policy changes, as well. The book offers a reinterpretation, which argues that the demand for true federalism, which anchors the major trend in the age-long debate on the structure of Nigerian federalism, is ahistorical and therefore static.
1 Akpan H. Ekpo is a Professor of Economics and former Vice-Chancellor, Federal University of Uyo. He is currently the Pioneer Vice-Chancellor, Akwa Ibom State University of Technology, Uyo, Nigeria. 2 Abwaku Englama is with the Research Department, Central Bank of Cited by: 5. towards unitary system.
Therefore, the problem with federalism in Nigeria is the mix-application or non-application of this clause especially as it has to do with power distribution (Awa, ). Federalism is the bedrock of democratic edifice for a country of Nigeria File Size: 88KB.
Governor Bernard Bourdillion The history of Federalism in Nigeria can be traced to the division of the country into three provinces (Northern Province, Western Province and Eastern Province) by Governor Bernard Bourdillion in Governor Bernard Bourdillion ( – ) recommended the replacement of the provinces by regions which Arthur Richard’s Constitution later.
The feature of Nigerian federalism could only be better understood by a reproduction of the definition of the concept federalism, Professor Nwabueze in his definition, defined federalism as “an arrangement whereby governmental powers within a country are shared between a national, country wide government and a number of regional governments.
Fiscal federalism in Nigeria: Theory and practice Olabanji Olukayode Ewetan * Department of Economics and Development Studies, College of Development Studies (CDS), Covenant University, P.M.B. Km. 10 Idiroko Road, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria Abstract. Nigeria - Nigeria - Economy: The Nigerian economy is one of the largest in Africa.
Since the late s it has been based primarily on the petroleum industry. A series of world oil price increases from produced rapid economic growth in transportation, construction, manufacturing, and government services.
Because this led to a great influx of rural people into the larger urban. The paper establishes how the Nigeria fiscal federalism impact education funding and human capital development indicators, and provides long-time policy proposal to raise long-run economic growth Author: Olabanji Ewetan.
Twenty essays by four generations of Nigerian scholars are included in this volume, the first to examine the historical, political, economic and comparative dimensions of attempts by the military to restructure the Nigerian federation. Evidence is accumulated in support of the book's central thesis that autocratic rule is antipathetic to the sustenance of genuine federal practice.
The origins of Nigeria's federalism lie not in the pluralities of economic and geographic regions or of ethnic nationalities, but in the plurality of colonial administrative traditions imposed by the British.
Different administrative traditions were especially evident in the Northern and Southern Regions of by: The abandonment of true federalism in Nigeria has led to the neglect and marginalization of the Niger Delta region of Nigeria, where the bulk of the country’s wealth is produced through the exploration and exploitation of crude oil which is the colossus of Nigeria’s economic base.
The people of this region have been agitating for fair. Fiscal Federalism in Nigeria: An Analysis of Issues and Challenges 40 Research Centre for Management and Social Studies Evolution of Nigeria’s Fiscal Federalism Nigeria’s fiscal federalism is anchored on economic, political, constitutional, social and cultural Size: KB.
Macroeconomics, System of National Accounts, Variants of GDP, The goods market, Financial markets, Demand for money and bonds, Equilibrium in the money market, Price of bonds and interest rate, The IS-LM model, The labor market, The three markets jointly: AS and AD, Phillips curve and the open economy.
Author (s): Robert M. Kunst. a critical assessment on nigerian federalism: path to a true federal system. by: irabor peter odion. [email protected] department of general studies, federal college of education (technical) potiskum, yobe state.
being a paper presented at the 4 th annual national conference. organised by. Suberu, in his book Federalism and Ethnic Conflict in Nigeria, suggests that a stronger federalist system that reduces the power of the central government would counteract “cake sharing” fixation.
Oil and Fiscal Federalism in Nigeria: The Political Economy of Resource Allocation in a Developing Country (Making of Modern Africa): Business Development Books @ ed by: The book is a fun and thought-provoking read that's designed to spur armchair economists to take a closer look at how things that may not seem important at all can have a ripple effect where the economy is concerned.
After its publication inthe authors have continued expanding on their microeconomics theories in two other books. Federation shall reflect the federal character of Nigeria.
Various other provisions were made in the constitution to ensure that the federal character principle was operative in the political process (Nnoli, in Adeosun, ). Section of the Nigerian Constitution established the Federal Character Commission, as a federal executiveFile Size: KB.
evaluate the long run relationship between tax revenue and economic growth in Nigeria. The study focuses on the impact of petroleum profit tax, company income tax, personal income tax, value added tax revenue on Nigeria’s Economic growth between and The study period spans economic cycles for about 66 percent of the life ofFile Size: KB.
Books shelved as federalism: The Federalist Papers by Alexander Hamilton, Federal Government by Kenneth Clinton Wheare, The Architecture of Government: R. Federalism and Political Restructuring in Nigeria edited by Kunle Amuwo Twenty essays by four generations of Nigerian scholars are included in this volume, the first to examine the historical, political, economic and comparative dimensions of attempts by the military to restructure the Nigerian federation.
I hope my book, Another Man's War, will shatter some of the prejudices around Nigeria, and make readers think about Britain's imperial legacy in a new way. Here are 10 books that show Nigeria Author: Barnaby Phillips.
A key regional player in West Africa, Nigeria accounts for about half of West Africa’s population with approximately million people and one of the largest populations of youth in the world.
Nigeria is a multi-ethnic and culturally diverse federation which consists of 36 autonomous states and the Federal Capital Territory. In Part 3 (Chapters ), the focus is on the evolution of economic policy, economic institutions, and economic performance.
These issues are examined in relation to the overall priorities and capacities of the state under different regimes and to the. Nigeria is a plural country that can be aptly classified as a federal state. The establishment of the Nigerian federal structure dated back to the adoption of Richard’s constitution which granted internal autonomy to the then existing regions of Size: KB.
Fiscal Federalism And Development In Nigeria: An Overview Of Core Issues By Kayode Oladele According to Professor Akpan Ekpo, a one-time Vice Chancellor of University of Uyo, during his.
Causes for federalism. The demand for the creation of newer states in Nigeria tends to emanate pdf sub-state groups, often ethnic- or tribal-interest groups, which accuse the current larger state governments of subverting or ignoring the interests and necessities of the more local regions.
Effects of Federalism, Nigerian styled.As a subfield of public economics, fiscal federalism is concerned with "understanding which functions and instruments are best centralized and which are best placed in the sphere of decentralized levels of government" (Oates, ).
In other words, it is the study of how competencies (expenditure side) and fiscal instruments.The ebook of the Nigerian economy is typical of an underdeveloped country. Between andthe primary sector, in particular ebook oil and gas sector, dominated GDP, accounting for over 95 per cent of export earnings and about 85 per cent of government revenue.
The industrial sector accounts for 6 per cent of economic activity, while inthe manufacturing sector .