Nigeria confronts a prolonged period of adjustment. For more than a generation, the oil sector generated large volumes of foreign exchange. However, with the recent bust in global oil prices and the resumed restiveness in the oil rich Niger-Delta region since 2014, Nigeria was thrust into macroeconomic crisis. Nearly four years on, we argue that policymakers effectively responded to the dual shocks mainly through import compression. However, the scope for continued import compression is now distinctly limited. For Nigeria to grow and prosper, the long-discussed diversification of the export base must occur via rapid expansion of non-oil exports.
The Commonwealth Secretariat, in collaboration with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development(UNCTAD) and the Centre for WTO Studies hosted policymakers, the academia and other stakehol
This brief examines two policy alternatives which government can adopt in order to increase the enrollment of girls in the primary school and also help eliminate gender disparity in Nigerian schools: Provide free primary education with Stipends or provide free primary education with Transportation.
CSEA Participates In Workshop On Strengthening Capacity For Gender Analysis In Sub-Saharan African Countries
CSEA joined other researchers and policy analysts from Think Tank Initiative (TTI) supported institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa at a training workshop on July 6-9, 2015, in Kampala, Uganda. The work
CSEA joined participants at the capacity building workshop- Strengthening Research Proposals organized by the Global Development Network (GDN) in partnership with the Trade and Competitiveness Globa