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ISGPP Seminar Series: Evolution and Challenges of Health Policy & Health Systems Development in...

Health is generally acknowledged as the greatest form of wealth and access to health is considered paramount in development-minded societies. However, provision of health in modern societies is extremely difficult without...

ISGPP reads Richard Bourne’s Nigeria: A New History of a Turbulent Century- Tobechukwu Nneli

"History helps us to learn about the past, understand the present and to predict the future..." These words that were often used by my then secondary school History teacher to emphasize...

The Conflict Between Nigeria and Nigerians: A Review of Richard Bourne’s Book Richard Bourne,...

Reviewer: Olutayo C. Adesina, Ph.D., (Professor of History, Department of History, University of Ibadan.) Since its founding in 1914, Nigeria has not ceased to confound a plethora of observers, commentators, political pundits and students...

A Symposium on Higher Education: Getting Our Universities Back On Track: CONVERSATION ON HIGHER...

A Symposium By The Ibadan School of Government & Public Policy in collaboration with Pan-African University Press  Time: Monday, July 10, 2017, 10.00 am -5 pm Venue: Conference Center, University of Ibadan, Opposite Chapel...

Ibadan School of Government: An Example in Public Policy Mainstreaming

“Government could be improved greatly if more emphasis is accorded the formulation and implementation of effective public policies that have direct bearing on the people. Any system of government that intends...

Made in Nigeria: A Dream or Possibility

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); The Nigerian development predicament has so many dimensions from which one can begin to unpack its meaning and solutions. But there is only one...

Implementation Remains Nigeria’s Only Problem, Says Mabogunje

Eminent Professor of History, Akin Mabogunje, on Wednesday observed that Nigeria was full of people of ideas and good policies, but that its leaders lacked the ability of implementation for the...

Ibadan school inaugurates public policy group

THE Ibadan School of Government and Public Policy (ISGPP) yesterday inaugurated its Public Policy Group (PPG), a think-tank that will serve as the flagship of the institution in delivering innovation in...

Nigeria must consider separating education from science, technology —Prof Mabogunje

If Nigeria would experience economic growth and practical development, it must be ready to concentrate on a self-reliant and resilient economy through robust inventions and other intellectual property away from education. These...

Mabogunje, others chart path to better Nigeria

  Chairman, Ibadan School of Government and Public Policy (ISGPP); Prof. Akin Mabogunje (left); former President, Nigerian Academy of Science, Prof. Gabriel Ogunmola and Executive Vice President, ISGPP, Dr. Tunji Olaopa at...