Deregulation Policy and Development in Nigeria: The Petroleum Sector Experience, 1999-2014
Some scholars have argued that businesses are better organised and managed by the private sector in a development oriented manner. This line of argument accepts the point that there is a relationship between deregulation policy and development, and supports the call for government to remove all restrictions to private sector participation in the economy. Deregulation policy which allows market...
Published at JOURNAL OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA
Published in 2015
Daniel E. Gberevbie, Jide Ibietan, Ugochukwu D. Abasilim & Nchekwube O. Excellence-Oluye
Excellence-Oluye Nchekwube » Nchekwube O. Excellence-Oluye is a Lecturer and researcher at Covenant University. She obtained her first degree (B.Sc) in Political Science from Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki 2005; M.Sc Public Administration-Public Policy at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State and is currently on her PhD programme in Public Administration at Covenant University. A core administrator by training... view full profile
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