The state does not exist in a vacuum. It is a means to an end.The
actualization of the objectives of state fulfils the end for which
it was created. The realization of these objectives is predicated
on the statutory and strategic institutions of the state. This
understanding presents a complex network of the state, government
and its institutions. Inherent in this complexity are sophisticated
manners of interplay, transactions and relationships. This book THE
NIGERIAN STATE AND INSTITUTIONS: Nature and Basics, is a
painstaking scholarly attempt at illuminating various concepts,
paradigms, issues and manners of interactions and bureaucratic
idiosyncrasies towards an adequate understanding of the process of
government. It is highly recommended for administrators, political
office holders, and organizational managers, both in the private
and public sectors. It is also highly recommended for students of
social sciences, and management sciences such as Political Science,
Public Administration, Sociology, Psychology, Accounting, Business
Administration, Banking and Finance; Law; and Philosophy amongst
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