industrial development and growth in nigeria: lessons
Industrial development and growth in Nigeria: Lessons
1 Working Paper No. 8 Industrial development and growth in Nigeria: Lessons and challenges L. N. Chete, J. O. Adeoti, F. M. Adeyinka, and O. Ogundele*
Industrial Development and Growth in Nigeria - UNU-WIDER
The structure of the Nigerian economy is typical of an underdeveloped country. The primary sector, in particular, the oil and gas sector, dominates the gross domestic product accounting for over 95 per cent of export earnings and about 85 per cent of government revenue between 2011 and 2012. The industrial sector accounts for 6 per cent of economic activity while the manufacturing sector
Industrial Development and Growth in Nigeria: Lessons
Industrial Development and Growth in Nigeria: Lessons and Challenges Adeyinka, F. Industrial Development and Growth in Nigeria: Lessons and Challenges. UNU-WIDER, Helsinki, Finland (2014) 40
EconStor: Industrial development and growth in Nigeria
The industrial sector accounts for 6 per cent of economic activity while the manufacturing sector contributed only 4 per cent to GDP in 2011. The economic transformation agenda, otherwise known as Nigeria Vision 20: 2020, sets the direction for the current industrial policy in Nigeria.
Industrial Development and Growth in Nigeria : Lessons
Ogundele, Olorunfemi O., Chete, Louis N., Adeoti, John Olatunji and Adeyinka, F. M. (2014). Industrial Development and Growth in Nigeria : Lessons and Challenges.
Industrial Policy in Nigeria: Opportunities and Challenges
The period of the Third National Development Plan failed to advance the course of industrial development in Nigeria in a positive way. 6.2.3 Austerity The Fourth National Development Plan (1981–5) coincided with a global economic recession which sparked declining foreign exchange earnings, balance of payment disequilibrium, unemployment, and
Factors Affecting Technological Growth in Nigeria and the Way
Chete L. N. et-al (2016) Industrial development and growth in Nigeria: Lessons and challenges, Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), Ibadan.  The Nigerian Engineer (2003), Vol. 35 No. 4, December 2003.
Industrial Policy – DCED - Enterprise Development
Industrial policy is defined as the strategic effort by the state to encourage the development and growth of a sector of the economy. It refers to “any type of selective intervention or government policy that attempts to alter the structure of production toward sectors that are expected to offer better prospects for economic growth than would occur in the absence of such intervention
Lessons in the pursuit of industrial development by African
In development literature, East Asia is often held as the model of how industrial policy can be used to effectively spur economic development. Indeed, the industrialisation experiences of many East Asian countries hold many lessons for Africa, however, while they might serve as a general blueprint on what Africa can do, they shouldn’t be used
Practical Lessons for Africa from East Asia in Industrial
This paper examines the economic performance of East and Southeast Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, and attempts to identify some of the practical lessons that Africa can learn from Asia, in order to facilitate industrial development and export growth.
Lessons from Taiwan's Economic Development - ScienceDirect
Pochih Chen, “The Role of Industrial Policy in Taiwan's Development,” in Erik Thorbecke and Henry Wan, eds., Taiwan's Development Experiences : Lessons on Roles of Government and Market (Boston, Dordrecht, London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999), pp. 231-248. 4
Developing Small Business Entrepreneurs through Assistance
is made to evaluate the activities of Industrial Development Centre (IDC), Osogbo, with a view to finding out how it is promoting the growth and development of small and medium business (SMEs) The objectives of the study therefore, include: 1. To find out the level of patronage of IDC services by entrepreneurs. 2.