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The Trade Union Movement in Nigeria
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Cultural and Attitudinal Factors Affecting Agricultural Development in Eastern Nigeria
  • David R. Smock
  • Economics
  • Economic Development and Cultural Change
  • 1 October 1969
Despite the quantity of material which has been written concerning non-economic factors in economic development, there are still some serious weaknesses in the available literature. Two of theExpand
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Ford Foundation support for Middle Eastern and African studies in the U.S.
A confluence of three sorts of factors has made the past eightteen months a particularly appropriate period for the Ford Foundation to reconsider the magnitude and character of its support forExpand
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Ethnicity and Attitudes Toward Development in Eastern Nigeria
The Ibo, the predominant ethnic group in the former Eastern Region of Nigeria, which seceded and became Biafra, numbered eight or nine million persons before the war. Like many other ethnic groups inExpand
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