The Political Economy of Income Distribution in Nigeria

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THE POLITICAL ECONOMY
OF
INCOME DISTRIBUTION
IN NIGERIA

Edited by
Henry Bienen and V. P. Diejomaoh


The Political Economy
of Income Distribution in Developing Countries

Henry Bienen, General Series Editor

HOLMES & MEIER PUBLISHERS, INC.
NEW YORK LONDON

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The Political Economy of Income Distribution in Nigeria
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Chapter 1 - The Political Economy of Income Distribution in Nigeria 1
  • Conclusions 24
  • Notes 26
  • Chapter 2 - Development in Nigeria: an Overview 29
  • Introduction 29
  • Conclusion 69
  • Chapter 3 - The Structure of Income Inequality in Nigeria: a Macro Analysis 89
  • Introduction 89
  • Notes 124
  • Chapter 4 - The Politics of Income Distribution: Institutions, Class, and Ethnicity 127
  • Summary and Conclusions 161
  • Notes 163
  • Chapter 5 - Inequalities of Social Rewards: Realities and Perceptions in Nigeria 173
  • Introduction 173
  • Conclusions 190
  • References 191
  • Chapter 6 - Aspects of Income Distribution in the Nigerian Urban Sector 193
  • Introduction 193
  • Notes 233
  • Chapter 7 - Spatial Aspects of Urbanization and Effects on the Distribution of Income in Nigeria 237
  • Introduction 237
  • Conclusion 266
  • Chapter 8 - Urbanization and Income Distribution in Nigeria 269
  • Conclusion 294
  • Appendix A 295
  • Notes 296
  • Bibliography 297
  • Chapter 9 - Income Distribution in the Rural Sector 299
  • Introduction 299
  • Conclusion 321
  • Bibliography 321
  • Chapter 10 - The Structure of Production and Rural Incomes in Northern Nigeria: Results of Three Village Case Studies 323
  • Introduction 323
  • Notes 368
  • Chapter 11 - Education and Income Distribution in Nigeria 373
  • I - Introduction 373
  • Appendix A - Classification of Secondary Schools 415
  • Notes 418
  • Chapter 12 - Personal Income Taxation and Income Distribution in Nigeria 421
  • Notes 450
  • Chapter 13 - The Distributive Impact of Public Expenditures in Nigeria 455
  • Introduction 455
  • Summary and Conclusions 482
  • Chapter 14 - Financial Institutions, Financial Markets, and Income Distribution 485
  • Introduction 508
  • Notes 512
  • List of Contributors 513
  • Index 515
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