Oil-dependence and Civil conflict in Nigeria

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Aderoju Oyefusi;

This paper examines oil-dependence and civil conflict in Nigeria focusing on the economic dynamics of resource-induced conflicts. It identifies two dimensions to oil-related civil conflict in the country. The first is the violent rent-seeking political violence that oil... View more
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