Nigeria's Trade Facade

COLUMNS - 16 AUG 2017

Nigeria's Trade Facade

Are trade agreements really the panacea for boosting Nigerian exports or will they do more harm?

Akinkunmi Akingbade

FINANCE - 15 AUG 2017

Nigeria's Big Short

Nigeria's Big Short

We take you through a brief guide on short selling on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

Olanrewaju Rufai

by Martha Sambe

COLUMNS - 11 AUG 2017

Culture of Poverty: Why poor people remain poor

Could the poor be both victims and perpetrators of their poverty?

Most Recent Articles

The Nigerian Principle of Federal Character

GOVERNANCE - 14 AUG 2017

The Nigerian Principle of Federal Character

We take a look at Federal Character as a potential solution to Nigeria's crisis of Nationalism.

Uwa Mitchell Aghatise

ECONOMY - 07 AUG 2017

Business and State in Nigeria: In it together?

More fruitful and focused engagement between business and the state is required to propel development.

Fadekemi Abiru

GOVERNANCE - 02 AUG 2017

Mr President, I See Stowaways

Open Letter to my President: Why are our citizens fleeing?

Chukwuka Ezeh

Don’t Sell Me Bitcoin, Ripple or Ether

FINANCE - 31 JUL 2017

Don’t Sell Me Bitcoin, Ripple or Ether

Are cryptocurrencies currencies or commodities?

Abdul Zakariya

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Features

ECONOMY - 31 JUL 2017

Investing in Nigeria's Infrastructure

Investing in Nigeria's Infrastructure

A disciplined fiscal approach and a greater private sector role are needed to grow Nigeria's infrastructure.

Anselem Kadiri

COLUMNS - 03 AUG 2017

Should the Petroleum Equalisation Fund Exist?

Should the Petroleum Equalisation Fund Exist?

The PIGB makes some changes to the PEF, but does it go far enough? And should the Fund still exist?

Ebehi Iyoha

COLUMNS - 27 JUL 2017

Does The Petroleum Equalisation Fund Work?

The Petroleum Equalisation Fund may be the last fuel subsidy standing, but is it worth keeping?

Ebehi Iyoha

GOVERNANCE - 25 JUL 2017

EFCC and The Problems We Know

Nigeria must address recurrent challenges that prevent the EFCC from driving Nigeria's anti-corruptin agenda

Arthur Etim

ECONOMY - 23 JUL 2017

Micro-Franchising in Nigeria

The recent growth in the sports betting industry serves as a case study for the power in Micro-Franchising.

Keleenna Onyeaka

Nigeria Needs Policies, Not Politics

GOVERNANCE - 20 JUL 2017

Nigeria Needs Policies, Not Politics

Over time, it has become clear that Nigerian politicians place too much emphasis on politics, not policies.

Timeyin Preston Ideh

Is a Fixed Exchange Rate Best for Nigeria?

ECONOMY - 18 JUL 2017

Is a Fixed Exchange Rate Best for Nigeria?

With the CBN determined to keep the naira fixed, we look at the pros and cons of this exchange rate regime.

Tokunbo Afikuyomi, Jr.

ECONOMIC DATA
Quarterly Unemployment Rate 14.2%
Quarterly GDP Growth -0.52%
June Inflation 16.1%
Interest Rate 14%

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VAIDS: Tax Amnesty or Tax-Free?

ECONOMY - 16 JUL 2017

VAIDS: Tax Amnesty or Tax-Free?

The recently launched VAIDS tax scheme in Nigeria raises crucial questions about Nigeria's tax habits.

Kitan Williams

What Makes a Law Effective?

COLUMNS - 28 JUL 2015

What Makes a Law Effective?

For a law to be effective, it has to fulfil two essential behavioural criteria.

Chuba Ezekwesili

Oil for diversification

ECONOMY - 29 SEP 2015

Oil for diversification

Sidelining the Oil & Gas sector would be an avoidable error in diversification efforts

Kitan Williams