Prospects for Recovery and Sustainable Development in Africa

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I thank Edna Aigbe for her research assistance and Professor Mark Thompson for helpful comments at the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

1
See Adedotun O. Phillips and Eddy C. Ndekwu, eds. Structural Adjustment Programme in a Developing Economy. The Case of Nigeria. ( Ibadan: Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, 1987); P. A. Akatu and E. U. Olisadebe, "Management of the Nigerian Economy," Economic and Financial Review 25, no. 4 ( December 1987), 54-66.
2
All statistics from Akatu and Olisadebe, "Management of the Nigerian Economy."Ibid.
3
Third National Development Plan, 1975-1980 ( Lagos: Federal Ministry Planning, 1975).
4
S. E. Omaruyi, "A Review of the Structural Adjustment Programme, the Foreign Exchange Market and Trade Policies in Nigeria," Economic and Financial Review 25, no. 4 ( December 1987), 29-33.
6
C. S. P. Okongwu, "Review and Appraisal of the Structural Adjustment Programme. July 1986 to June 1987," ( Lagos: Federal Ministry of Finance, September 23, 1987); Omoruyi, "A Review of the Structural Adjustment Programme, the Foreign Exchange Market and Trade Policies in Nigeria,"29.
7
Ibid.
8
Isaac Aluko-Olukun, "An Appraisal of the Second-Tier Foreign Exchange Market (SFEM)," in Phillips and Ndekwu, Structural Adjustment Programme in a Developing Economy. The Case of Nigeria,56. Ibid.
9
Federal Republic of Nigeria, Structural Adjustment Programme for Nigeria, July 1986 to June 1988 ( Lagos: Government Printer, 1986).
10
S. E. Omoruyi, "A Review of the Structural Adjustment Programme, the Foreign Exchange Market and Trade Policies in Nigeria,"32. Ibid.
11
Business Concord, June 13, 1989.
12
"Revision of some Fringe Benefits." Circular No. B63304 of December 21, 1984 ( Lagos, 1984).
13
Following a protest by the Nigeria Labor Congress the deductions were refunded for the lower income workers.
14
Tayo Fashoyin, "Wages and Salaries Review in the Public and Private Sectors of the Nigerian Economy since the Lifting of Wage Freeze," Presented to the Workshop on Incomes Policy in a Structurally Adjusted Economy, ( Productivity, Prices and Incomes Board, October 26-27, 1988), Lagos.
15
Memorandum to the Federal Military Government of Nigeria on New Minimum Wage ( Lagos: Nigeria Labor Congress, May 1989).

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