Globalization and Indigenous Public Policies in Nigeria

Abdullahi Garba, Ibrahim Mohammed Jirgi


This research attempts a critical examination of the impact of globalization on indigenous public policy in Nigeria.Globalization demands that countries must obviously open their borders to allow easy flow and movement of goods and services. This condition, therefore, demands that Nigeria must adjust her indigenous public policy mechanism and apparatus to accommodate the movement of these goods and services. With effect of globalization on Nigeria in both political, economical and technological aspects etc the research findings conclude that globalization itself is not a strong predictor of indigenous public policies in Nigeria.  The research employed the use of questionnaire to collect primary data and documentary research method was utilized to collect secondary data.

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