Description - Deregulation and the Banking Crisis in Nigeria by Howard Stein
The text provides a multifaceted approach to understanding the origin, nature and resolution of the banking crisis in Nigeria. Unlike studies that focus only on technical criteria, the contributors examine theoretical, empirical, institutional, political economy and policy dimensions. Moreover, unlike case studies that focus on a single country, the volume compares liberalization in Nigeria to other regions demonstrating links to the financial crisis in Asia, Latin America and elsewhere. They emphasize the importance of understanding financial liberalization in its broader embedded context and the need to tailor financial reform to the conditions and capacities of specific developing and transitional countries including Nigeria.
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Author Biography - Howard Stein
HOWARD STEIN is Professor of Economics at Roosevelt University in Chicago. His latest edited volume is Asian Industrialization and Africa: Studies in Policy Alternatives to Structural Development. - OOLU AJAKAIYE is a Professor of Economics and currently the Director-General of NISER, the foremost social science research institute in Nigeria. He is well published in the area of economic development policy issues and analysis. - PETER LEWIS is an Associate Professor at the School of International Service at American University in Washington. His latest publications include an edited volume Africa: Dilemmas of Development and Change and a co-authored book Politics and Society in Contemporary Africa.