Petroleum and Structural Change in A Developing Country

Petroleum and Structural Change in A Developing Country

The Case of Nigeria

Book - 1987
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This work explores problems in national development in the Third World using Nigeria during the petroleum boom as a case study. The book explores how historical, political, ideological, economic, social, and cultural factors affected Nigeria's development and policies. Special attention is devoted to the development paradigms that influenced Nigerian development thinking, the national planning apparatus, nationalist ideology, and the role of world market and multinational corporations. "Petroleum and Structural Change in a Developing Country" concludes that Nigeria has experienced growth without change and that unless structural change is implemented, real development will remain elusive.

Publisher: New York : Praeger, 1987
ISBN: 9780275921156
0275921158
Branch Call Number: HC1055 .O43 1986
Characteristics: xvii, 206 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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