Porter, G. and Lyon, F. and Adamu, F. and Obafemi, L. and Blench, R. (2005) 'Trade and markets in conflict development and conflict resolution in Nigeria. Policy brief prepared for Nigerian Government ministries and international donor agencies.', Durham University, Durham.
Nigeria’s experience of trade-related conflict has been substantial: the 1999 Sagamu conflict and the 2001 Jos crisis are only two of many recent examples. This briefing paper was prompted by the needs of policy makers concerned with improving market access for the poor who lack information regarding the links between trade/markets and conflict development/conflict resolution. It is an area that has not been given much attention in the thinking behind ‘Making markets work for the poor’.
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|Date deposited:||07 January 2015|
|Date of first online publication:||2005|
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