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Revisiting the Mediating Effect of Normative Commitment Relationships in Nigeria
Purpose: This study examines the mediating effect of normative commitment, that is, a customer’s feeling of moral obligation to stay in a relationship based on the psychological feeling that it is the right thing to do. ...
The Case for Public Enforcement of Directors’ Duties: An Australian Case Study and Application to Nigeria
(Kluwer Law International, 2020-01)
Like many other common law countries, Nigeria imposes statutory duties on its companies’ directors. Breach of these duties are expected to be enforced ‘privately’ by the company, its shareholders or any other proper person. ...
Corruption Fights Back: Localizing Transparency and EITI in the Nigerian ‘Penkelemes’
(Wiley Online Library, 2020-08-07)
This study explores how the global transparency norm is localized in the Nigerian extractive industry. Transparency is theorised as a process which can be analysed in terms of rules, interactions, power games and context. ...
Did Black Lives Matter to the British Empire in World War Two?
(Byline Times, 2020-08-14)
The often overlooked story of the African soldiers who risked their lives and left their families to fight for the British must finally be recognised – as the sacrifice of their white counterparts is. This short article ...