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OPTIMIZING NIGERIA’S OIL WEALTH FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: A THEORETIC ANALYSIS

AUTHORS’ NAMES: Nwogwugwu,U.C.C., Uzuegbu, J. C. & Kalu, C. U.
AFFILIATE INSTITUTION: Department of Economics, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria.
JOURNAL: The Nigerian Journal for Energy and Environmental Economics… 5,299 more words

The Nigerian Journal For Energy And Environmental Economics

Guest Post: Hosting Proceeds Down Under -- Australia and the G20 Anticorruption Agenda

Professor Jason Sharman of Griffith University, Australia, contributes the following guest post:

On November 15th–two days from now–the latest G20 leaders’ summit kicks off in my home town of Brisbane, Australia, with anticorruption once again on the agenda. 664 more words

Guest Commentary

Another African resource curse? IEA says energy boom not helping poorest

Sub-Saharan Africa’s vast energy resources could be a catalyst for strong growth in the coming decades, but only if countries push through reforms and upgrade their infrastructures. 1,107 more words

International

Does Appalachia have a coal curse?

Natural resources are generally thought of as beneficial for economic development. Yet, many of the regions with abundant resources do not perform well economically, that is, there seems to be a resource curse. 976 more words

Development Economics