1 edition of Local institutions and national development in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Local institutions and national development in Nigeria
Includes bibliographical references (p. 131-137).
|Statement||edited by Dele Olowu, S. Bamidele Ayo, Bola Akande.|
|Contributions||Olowu, Dele., Ayo, S. Bamidele., Akande, Bola.|
|LC Classifications||HN831.Z9 C649 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 142 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||93165412|
Costs. Institutions conducive to economic development reduce the costs of economic activity. The costs include transaction costs such as search and information costs, bargaining and decision costs, policing and enforcement costs (Coase, , p ; Dahlman, , p. ). Theorizing Corruption in Nigeria. Nigeria has a widespread reputation for corruption. In , it appeared at the top of Transparency International’s list of the most corrupt countries, and it continues to be regarded as a bastion of fraud, graft, and deceit. 18 In the language of cause and effect, corruption is often portrayed as an independent variable inhibiting the desired and supposedly.
Corruption takes many forms and infiltrates all political institutions and economic sectors. recommends that the education sector accounts for 26% of national budgets in order to impact national development. which doesn’t benefit businesses or ordinary workers in Nigeria. When the local industry is discouraged, the Nigerian government. AT A 2-DAY NIGERIA MEETING ORGANIZED BY THE OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, LONDON, JUNE Contact: [email protected] Moses Akpobasah at is a Consultant, Nigeria Economic Summit Group, DFID Consultant member, Drafting Committee on Nigeria’s Economic Empowerment & Development Strategy (NEEDS).
The predicament of Nigeria in terms of underdevelopment and corruption can be adduced to the problem of leadership and governance. Nigeria needs committed leaders who will govern with integrity and doggedly influence its human and natural resources toward the actualization of sustainable national development. This paper is. In Nigeria, however, there are some people who represent our national importance by calling us the ‘Giant of Africa’. This is an ascriptive perspective. We are seen as giants not necessarily because of the quality of our national institutions and values, but simply by virtue of our large population and oil wealth.
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Local government administration and national development in nigeria: challenges and prospects Article (PDF Available) February w Reads How we measure 'reads'. Local institutions and national development in Nigeria. Ile-Ife, Nigeria: Obafemi Awolowo University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Dele Olowu; S Bamidele Ayo; Bola Akande.
sustainable development in Nigeria. Key words: National development, development, Nigeria, developing society, governance, development plan. INTRODUCTION The pride of any government is the attainment of higher value level of development in such a way that its citizens would derive natural attachment to governance.
How-File Size: KB. Evolution of Nigeria National Development Industry. Nigeria, sinceafter Independence from colonial rule, have looked for ways to promote sustainability, growth, progress and advancement in Industries, established in the different sectors of Economy.
National Development Plan of Nigeria. Nigeria has had a relatively long experience in development planning beginning with the Colonial Development Plan (). Medium-term development plans and national rolling plans were also developed and implemented with mixed results.
Development is essential and critical to growth and sustenance of any country. In order to successfully enhance meaningful development, effective strategies must be evolved. Here, we examine the trend of national development in Nigeria, and provides a workable method of approach to national development.
The Fourth National Development Plan ( – ) projected capital expenditure of about 82 billion and aimed at improving the living conditions of the people. National Development Planning In Nigeria. The Era Of Rolling Plan ( – ) This phase covered 3 plans, namely. There are in Nigeria as of present time tertiary institutions.
The breakdown is as follows: Table 1. The list and grouping of higher institutions in Nigeria as at S/N Type Categories of Higher Institutions Number 1. s Federal Universities 25 2. Federal Universities of Agriculture 3 3. Federal Universities of Technology 6 4. the National Development plans of Nigeria from and other rural development programmes like Operation Feed the Nation (OFN), Green Revolution, River Basin Development Authorities, Agricultural Development Projects and many others have emphasized the need to tackle the problem of rural under-development.
manpower development and capacity building in Nigeria, is done at the tertiary education level, the effective and efficient management of the human are material resources of all the tertiary educational institutions will definitely and surely enhance national security in the country.
Presently, the nature and structure of key institutions in Nigeria do not aid development. They do not encourage entrepreneurs to take. Local Economic Development (LED) is an approach to economic development, of note in the developing world that, as its name implies, places importance on activities in and by cities, districts and involves added micro-economic measures at the local level to complement macro-economic measures at the national level.
The stakeholders, who spoke at a recent event in Lagos organised by the Nigeria Information Technology Reporters' Association (NITRA), with the heme: "Local Content Development In Nigeria.
The National Guidelines for Reform of Local Government () defines local government as: Government at (the) local level exercised through representative councils and availability/presence of functional institutions at local, state and federal observable that government policies geared toward rural development in Nigeria have always.
Research Group in Local Institutions Local institutions and national development in Nigeria Ile-Ife, ; 2 microfichesNigeria. Anambra State Fourth national development plan Enugu, ; 4 microfichesNigeria.
Bauchi State Five year development plan for prosperity ; 1 microfiche. The paper examines the concept of national development within the Nigerian perspectives and the problems associated with its national development.
The role of education in national development were highlighted followed by the place of publishing and book trade in the promotion and support of knowledge acquisition and dissemination as basis for national development in all spheres of life. Local governments, at least in principle, deal with grassroots politics, i.e.
keeping law and order, basic sanitation, constructing and maintaining local roads, supplying water, administering local schools, providing skill training and employment for residents, et cetera. However, community development is the process or effort of building.
Investing In Human Capital DevelopmentIn Nigeria, a great deal of the challenges that weakens the economy are births of poor quality human development and management because, education which is the catalyzing factor in both human and national development has been neglected for a couple of decades (Crueger and Lindhal, ; Dike, ).
National Book Policy Primarily through lack of will on the part of the Federal Government, Nigeria has neither a National Book Policy nor a National Book Development Organization or Commission, explaining why indigenous book development has been unplanned and uncoordinated. During the yearthe Federal Ministry.
This book is also an attempt to contribute to the trajectory of philosophy education in Nigeria within the context of a postcolonial educational system and university dynamics that stultifies the role of the intellectuals in development.
This is a list of development aid agencies which provide regional and international development aid or assistance, divided between national (mainly OECD countries) and international organizations. Agencies of numerous development cooperation partners from emerging countries such as India, Middle Eastern countries, Mexico, South Africa, Thailand, Singapore, and so on, are not included.International Journal of Development and Economic Sustainability Vol.3, No.4, pp, August ___Published by European Centre for Research Training and Development UK () 61 (Print), (Online) CHALLENGES OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION IN NIGERIA: LESSONS FROM COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS.
National development plans in Nigeria Development planning in Nigeria can be classified under three eras. These are the Era of Fixed- Term Planning (), the Era of Rolling Plan (), and the New Democratic Dispensation ( till date).