Fiscal Operations in a Depressed Economy: Nigeria, 1960-90
This study analyses fiscal federalism in Nigeria. Specifically, the report presents an historical account of fiscal federalism in the economy, highlighting significant episodes as well as drawing out implications for overall fiscal performance. Furthermore, it attemps to highlight some issues of fiscal centralization and decentralization within the economy.
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|Date of creation:||1996|
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