• Political Science
  • Published 2012

The Theoretical Basis of Public Sector Reforms in Nigeria: A General Critique

@inproceedings{MonyeEmina2012TheTB,
  title={The Theoretical Basis of Public Sector Reforms in Nigeria: A General Critique},
  author={Anthony Monye-Emina},
  year={2012}
}
The state in Nigeria, a very crucial economic agent as in other countries, hitherto regulated the interaction between and among other economic agents and also sometimes engages directly in the creation of utility via the production of goods and services for the people. It is often claimed by some scholars that the primary purpose of its activities involved the provision of a level playing field as well as catering for the weak segments of the society so that none is left behind in benefiting… CONTINUE READING

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