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This book is concerned with the origins, nature, dimension, efficacy and dialectics of economic diplomacy as a policy instrument of the Nigerian State. In doing this, it examines the recurring and emergent issues in the discourse on economic diplomacy in both the periods of World Bank/lMF-led adjustment [1986-1994] and its official termination in 1994.
The book prescribes alternative practicable policy options for government and other agencies engaged in economic diplomacy for Nigeria. It is an important text for scholars, policy makers, development agencies and activists, among others„ who are interested in a deeper understanding of the political economy of Nigeria’s international economic relations.
In addition to being timely, this book captures enduring-and_contending issues in Nigeria’s economic diplomacy. It is a compulsory book for policy makers and scholars.