Impact of Economic Reform on the Nigerian Telecommunications Sector

@inproceedings{Babatunde2013ImpactOE,
  title={Impact of Economic Reform on the Nigerian Telecommunications Sector},
  author={Onakoya Adegbemi Babatunde},
  year={2013}
}
In the early days of nationalization, it seemed axiomatic that price and quality standards could be better managed by State Owned Enterprises (SOE). Subsequent experience, however demonstrates that public ownership and control are different as the challenges of imposing effective public interests over nationalized enterprise had proved intractable. This study tests the causal and reciprocal relationships between investment in telecommunications and GDP during the transitional period between… CONTINUE READING

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