Studies

We present here a list of diverse studies, including studies carried out by other partner organisations. Each title is followed by a brief excerpt of several words; you can click on the Read more button to read a longer excerpt and download a copy of the study.

PDFII / Nigerian Ports Authority Comparative Assessment of Tariffs/ Costs at Ports along the West Africa Coast By; Jon Walden, Christopher Borha, Sir Mike Jukwe, Moses Oyebola

August 08, 2019 | posted in Resources, Studies
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has identified the role of ports as central to economic growth. Furthermore, including under the Incoterms (International Commercial Terms) 2020 revision, the International Chamber of Commerce recognised the increasing migration to intermodal, door to door, logistics models. This clearly suggests that, in order to remain competitive [..]Read more…

Nigeria and UK Bilateral Trade and Investment; Diagnostic, identification of constraints and recommendations

August 07, 2019 | posted in Resources, Studies
UK and Nigeria have had a long trade and investment relationship that has not attained its full potential because of a number of constraints, including a challenging business environment, high transport costs and logistics challenges.

The UK accounted in 2017 for 2.7% of total goods exports from Nigeria and 3.8% of total imports [..]Read more…

Made in Aba Cluster Mapping Report

February 18, 2019 | posted in Resources, Studies
The Nigerian economy is extremely
vulnerable to fluctuations in the global oil price. This was recently
demonstrated when a decline in global oil prices and in local oil production contributed
to a recession in 2016. Although oil currently accounts for only about 10% of
Nigerian GDP, it exerts a disproportionate pull on the Nigerian economy [..]Read more…

Collective Action on Corruption in Nigeria: A Social Norms Approach to Connecting Society and Institutions

July 13, 2018 | posted in Resources, Studies
That corruption is a destructive and complex practice is openly acknowledged in Nigeria, yet it remains ubiquitous in the functioning of society and economic life. The consequences of corruption for the country and its people are, moreover,
indisputable. Acts of diversion of federal and state revenue, business and investment capital, and foreign aid, as well [..]Read more…

Nigeria Diaspora Study

February 02, 2018 | posted in Resources, Studies
Nigeria’s diaspora, estimated at up to 15 million people worldwide, plays a crucial role in driving growth and progress in the country. As Nigeria emerges from recession, civic and business leaders are looking to leverage the diaspora in order to mobilise development resources. Recognising the importance of diaspora engagement, the Government of Nigeria has [..]Read more…

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