Nigeria: Norwegian Support of Good Governance
Requested by the Norwegian Embassy in Abuja, Nigeria, this analytical study encompasses the political economy of Nigeria, the management of oil resources, anti-corruption efforts, and people’s participation in decision-making. The purpose is to advice the Embassy in revising Norway’s approach to support of good governance in Nigeria.
The final report, Good Governance in Nigeria: A Study in Political Economy and Donor Support, is published by Norad here.
Nigeria: Governance and assistance. A political economy analysis
Nigeria: Styresett og bistand. En politisk-økonomisk analyse
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