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The Nigerian Journal of Economic History (NJEH) seeks to promote the scholarly study of Africa's and the developing world's past economic issues and events from a diversity of perspectives notably those of History, Economics, and other relevant disciplines. The Journal, which encourages careful formulation of issues and methods, hopes to stimulate discourse among scholars with varied interests and backgrounds.


Vol 15 (2016)

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Articles

Iron smelting technology in the Abuja Area in the nineteenth century: an ethno–archaeological perspective
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Abiye E. Ichaba
The legal and ethical issues in the techniques of blood transfusion procedure
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Utsua T. Peter
Impact of Nigerian Institute For Oil Palm Research (N.I.F.O.R.) on oil palm industry in Nigeria
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Ehicheoya Innocent Ujadughele, Joseph Inegbenebho Osagie
Relevance of pottery on traditional African economy: an ethnoarchaeological case study of north-east Yoruba land
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Fr. Paul-Kolade Tubi
Contributions of Esan women to sustainable economic development and the consolidation of intra and inter-group relations, 1850-1960
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Dawood Omolumen Egbefo, Michael Irabor Ibiezugbe
The economy of palm oil production and marketing in Igala land
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Musa Yusufu Abdullahi
Impedes to effective collection of local government revenue and effect on service delivery in Cameroon: an appraisal of the situation in the Wum Central Council, 1965 – 1974
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Protus Mbeum Tem
Economic empowerment and rehabilitation of ex-servicemen in western Nigeria, 1945-1960
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Albert Onobhayedo, Frank Ikpomwonsa
Cash-less policy in Nigeria: challenges and prospects
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Christopher E. Ekpu, Joseph Unufe
The Nigerian Marine Department contribution to British colonial economy
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William Abiodun Duyile
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