Nigeria: Economy, Finance and the Role of the Stockbroker

@article{Abdullahi1995NigeriaEF,
  title={Nigeria: Economy, Finance and the Role of the Stockbroker},
  author={N. Abdullahi and A. Wakelam},
  journal={Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics},
  year={1995},
  volume={6},
  pages={255 - 274}
}
The first part deals with the financial background to the economy. The switch from an agricultural economy to one where, since 1974, oil has taken centre stage, has been dramatic. A country traumatised by civil war has left deep scars, as a result the oil boom of the 1970’s was not taken full advantage of—wastage and misallocation of revenues were characteristic of the 1970’s and 80’s. Despite this, there has been some improvement in the infrastructure as a result of public spending. The second… Expand

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