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This book is an in-depth analysis of the deregulation of the downstream oil sector in Nigeria. The book which uses a multidisciplinary approach x-rayed the cacophony of official reasons given by government to justify its fervent drive towards deregulation even though the requisite macro-economic policies that would make deregulation to flourish were not put in place. The book, contended that, price hikes which appear to be the vogue and the main drive is not analogous with deregulation. The book recommended that, the government should continue to subsidize the cost of petroleum products and…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book is an in-depth analysis of the deregulation of the downstream oil sector in Nigeria. The book which uses a multidisciplinary approach x-rayed the cacophony of official reasons given by government to justify its fervent drive towards deregulation even though the requisite macro-economic policies that would make deregulation to flourish were not put in place. The book, contended that, price hikes which appear to be the vogue and the main drive is not analogous with deregulation. The book recommended that, the government should continue to subsidize the cost of petroleum products and that all corrupt elements feeding fat on the subsidy should be sacked.
Autorenporträt
Ahmed Mohammed is a principal lecturer in the Department of Public Administration, Nuhu Bamalli Polytechnic, Zaria, Nigeria.He holds Bachelor s Degree in Political Science, MPA, MBA and PGDM all from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is currently undergoing his PhD Programme in Public Administration in the same University.