The Proposed Nigerian Iron and Steel Industry: A Case Study Showing the Influence of Politics on the Location of New Industries in Developing Countries
Dickson, Robert Emery, 1946-2005
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This thesis will analyze how politics influences the location of new industries in developing countries with specific reference to Nigeria. It will use the proposed Nigerian iron and steel industry as an example of how politics can override certain basic economic and geographic considerations so that new industries are located where it is politically expedient rather than where it is economically and geographically best suited.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email email@example.com to request access to this SIP.
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