In the guardian today I talk about China and how they are not a model for protectionism but for the and abandonment of it. Online here Advertisements
Something on Nigeria’s official exit from recession I wrote for Nairametrics https://nairametrics.com/hurray-we-exited-recession-without-reforms-by-nonso2/
Stumbled on this while doing some research. I guess there’s a reason we called IBB the Maradona of the times.
My piece in business day today on the pending debt crisis and why tax reform is necessary. http://www.businessdayonline.com/pending-debt-problem-crunch-time-nigerian-politics/
My article in the guardian is on the tragedy of commons, a failure of society to cooperate for the common good. It is more common that we think and there is no escaping it. In the guardian today online and in print. https://guardian.ng/business-services/the-tragedy-of-commons/
What do we really mean when we talk about restructuring? I think its time we get into the details. My article in the guardian today. https://guardian.ng/business-services/restructuring-the-new-silver-bullet/
My article in the guardian today asks two important questions. First, have we outgrown some of the casual and informal institutional arrangements that worked for us when we were much smaller? Second, were the “good old days” really that good? Or were they just good for a few people. The article is in the guardian… Continue reading On chimpanzees and the good old days