Institute of Commonwealth Studies: Conference on Nigerian Government, 1976

Scope and Content

Administrative papers and conference papers for ICS Conference on Nigerian Government, 10-11 June 1976: including programme; list of participants; conference paper 'The Oil Industry and the Nigerian State' by Terisa Turner (Graduate Student, LSE); conference paper 'The Theory and Practice of Corrective Government: an attempt to see the Experience of Military Rule in Nigeria in Perspective' by Martin Dent (Department of Politics, Keele University); conference paper 'Problems of Disengagement, Gowon and Declamatory Demilitarization' by Valerie Bennett; conference paper 'Civil Servants Under Military Rule in Nigeria' by Henry Bienen (Department of Politics, Princeton University); conference paper 'Back to Civilian Rule in Nigeria: Alternatives, Blueprints and Timetables' by Anthony H M Kirk-Greene (St Anthony's College, Oxford); conference paper 'Nigeria: The Politics of Revenue Allocation - Recent Trends amd Future Prospects' by Sam Oyoubaire.

Administrative / Biographical History

The Institute of Commonwealth Studies was founded in 1949 to promote advanced study of the Commonwealth. The Institute offers opportunities for graduate study, houses several research projects and offers a full conference and seminar programme.


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Acquisition Information

The papers were transferred to ICS Archives in 1976.

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Archivist's Note

Compiled by Alan Kucia as part of the RSLP AIM25 Project.

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