Search

Nwamaka Ogbonna

Politics. Economics. International Development

Category

Opinion pieces

Lessons in the pursuit of industrial development by African governments

Over the next few days, I shall engage with 49 future policy leaders from across the world to deliberate on some of the world's biggest issues. My personal agenda is to understand how policies can help developing countries especially those... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

Nigeria: to restructure or not?

The latest buzzword amongst politicians in Nigeria is 'restructuring' which in many case is assumed to mean greater devolution of powers and resources to state governments. It is argued that doing so will improve governance and developmental outcomes. However¬†in this... Continue Reading →

Lessons from Nigeria’s economic boom

So I have had a lot of people ask me questions along this line 'Oh, I'm confused, I thought before oil prices fell we were growing between 5-6% per year, how come once oil prices fell, we immediately entered a... Continue Reading →

A role for the Development Bank of Nigeria

In this article for Stears, I look at the role Development Banks can play in Nigeria's industrialisation and diversification agenda, you can read it here. But below is an excerpt: "Development Banks are set up to deliver economic priorities of... Continue Reading →

Women in Nigeria make up 49 per cent of the population, but only four percent of law makers.

Hello dear readers, sorry for the temporary hiatus:) On the International Women's Day (March, 8), I wrote a blog post for the Africa at LSE blog where I analysed the challenges Nigerian women face in ¬†the economic and political arena... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑