A TALE OF TWO GIANTS: OIL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA AND INDONESIA 

    (1960-1999)

 

     Akinyinka Akinyoade

    African Studies Center

    Leiden, The Netherlands

 

    David Enweremadu

    Department of Political Science

    University of Ibadan

    Ibadan, Nigeria

 

    Published Online: March 15, 2017

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