The Nigerian Dependent Management & Leadership Development in the Post World War II Colonial Nigeria by Anthony Kenechukwu Offu Sr.

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Author
Anthony Kenechukwu Offu Sr.
Publisher
Authorhouse
Date of release
Pages
552
ISBN
9781477294321
Binding
Paperback
Illustrations
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PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC
Rating
5
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The main theme of this book is to provide a critical analysis of the "Nigerian dependent management and leadership development in the post world war II colonial Nigeria". (1945-to-1960) and beyond, using foreign firms-global/multinational and transnational corporations; U.A.C., SHELL, NNPC and OPEC. All these foreign firms have their parent companies resided in their foreign countries of origin (advanced metropolis) and have their subsidiaries or peripheries all over the global communities of under-developed and developing economies. Paradoxically, the book was generated by on-going political, economic concern and controversy with the fate of the struggle and quest for economic liberation in the third world-under-developed and developing countries of Africa, with direct specific studies of the "Nigeria dependent management and leadership development", predates, from 'pre and post' colonial era of the British colonial rule in Nigeria. The book further focuses, elicits and elucidates the third world dependent development. International Political Economy and Global/Multinational-Transnational Corporations, economic and political roles in Nigeria's "agricultural and oil" base economic factors, by using Nigeria raw materials/natural resources to produce into finished products. The profits maximization, surpluses and heavy taxation realized through levied and derived from the genesis of the raw materials, making it into complete finished products, from the subsidiary country Nigeria, by the British global/multinational corporations of (U.A.C.) the United Africa Company, on the poor peasantry/farmers were been appropriated, expropriated back to the U.A.C's parent company in the United Kingdom's ministry of food and supply. The other raw materials/natural resources of the crude petroleum/oil manufacturing economy were been monopolized by the "SHELL" Oil Royal Dutch of Netherlands and British "SHELL" post emerged, based


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