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Chisom Stephannie Adinde is currently pursuing a Master's degree in emerging economies and international development at the Department of International Development, King's College London. Stephannie does research in Economics, Economic Development, Political Theory, and Public Policy. Their most recent project is on 'The Impact of Income Inequality on Economic Growth: A Case Study on Nigeria.'
It is widely acknowledged that many oil-rich countries face the challenge of macroeconomic instability due to the highly volatile nature of oil prices. Nigeria, like many resource-rich nations, has had a relatively poor history in terms of oil revenue management. The government was highly ineffective in insulating the economy from the volatility in...
There is mixed evidence in the literature regarding the relationship between income inequality and economic growth. Some studies have found a positive relationship, others a negative relationship while some found no correlation between the two variables. This study is an empirical analysis of economic growth and income inequality in Nigeria. Its pu...