Following a surge in oil revenues in the 1970s, Nigeria became one of Africa's most rapidly developing nations. In Nigerian Capitalism, Sayre P. Schatz analyzes the country's political economy, assessing its position and proposing a development plan for the final quarter of the twentieth century. Referring to Nigeria's economic development strategy as "nurture-capitalism," Sayre contrasts the role of private enterprise, which is expected to foster growth of the productive sector of the economy, with the government's ...

Nigerian Capitalism 2018, University of California Press

ISBN-13: 9780520302976

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Nigerian Capitalism 1977, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA

ISBN-13: 9780520028593

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