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DEMOCRACY VERSUS AUTOCRACY: CHANGE OR CONTINUITY? HUMAN QUEST FOR HAPPINESS AND BETTER LIFE THROUGH GOOD GOVERNANCE

Name: Peter Obafemi Lawal School: University of Ilorin, Nigeria Level: GraduateDEMOCRACY VERSUS AUTOCRACY: CHANGE OR CONTINUITY? HUMAN QUEST FOR HAPPINESS AND BETTER LIFE THROUGH GOOD GOVERNANCE Absolute power without change corrupts absolutely. The driving force of our global system is divided between the progressivism and conservativism. In the face of rising cost of living that causes economic hardship and fallen standard of living, insecurity at all ramifications that threaten the corporate…See More
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ENTREPRENEURS ARE THE CREATIVE FORCE IN THE ECONOMY: IS THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT HELPING OR HINDERING THEM? WAY FORWARD

ENTREPRENEURS ARE THE CREATIVE FORCE IN THE ECONOMY: IS THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT HELPING OR HINDERING THEM? WAY FORWARDThe socio-economic question of why some nations are rich and others languishing behind in abject poverty has been a subject of debate for over two centuries, since the advent of the industrial revolution in 18th and 19th centuries in Europe and America respectively. While Keynes advocated the use of government fiscal and monetary policies to regulating the economy, it is now…See More
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ENTREPRENEURS ARE THE CREATIVE FORCE IN THE ECONOMY: IS THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT HELPING OR HINDERING THEM? WAY FORWARD

ENTREPRENEURS ARE THE CREATIVE FORCE IN THE ECONOMY: IS THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT HELPING OR HINDERING THEM? WAY FORWARDThe socio-economic question of why some nations are rich and others languishing behind in abject poverty has been a subject of debate for over two centuries, since the advent of the industrial revolution in 18th and 19th centuries in Europe and America respectively. While Keynes advocated the use of government fiscal and monetary policies to regulating the economy, it is now…See More
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DEMOCRACY VERSUS AUTOCRACY: CHANGE OR CONTINUITY? HUMAN QUEST FOR HAPPINESS AND BETTER LIFE THROUGH GOOD GOVERNANCE

Name: Peter Obafemi Lawal School: University of Ilorin, Nigeria Level: GraduateDEMOCRACY VERSUS AUTOCRACY: CHANGE OR CONTINUITY? HUMAN QUEST FOR HAPPINESS AND BETTER LIFE THROUGH GOOD GOVERNANCE Absolute power without change corrupts absolutely. The driving force of our global system is divided between the progressivism and conservativism. In the face of rising cost of living that causes economic hardship and fallen standard of living, insecurity at all ramifications that threaten the corporate…See More
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DEMOCRACY VERSUS AUTOCRACY: CHANGE OR CONTINUITY? HUMAN QUEST FOR HAPPINESS AND BETTER LIFE THROUGH GOOD GOVERNANCE

Name: Peter Obafemi Lawal School: University of Ilorin, Nigeria Level: GraduateDEMOCRACY VERSUS AUTOCRACY: CHANGE OR CONTINUITY? HUMAN QUEST FOR HAPPINESS AND BETTER LIFE THROUGH GOOD GOVERNANCE Absolute power without change corrupts absolutely. The driving force of our global system is divided between the progressivism and conservativism. In the face of rising cost of living that causes economic hardship and fallen standard of living, insecurity at all ramifications that threaten the corporate…See More
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The Unfair Century of Fear: The Century of Terrorism

The Unfair Century of Fear: The Century of Terrorism Our human world has been so blessed to connecting the people together across the world in this 21st century at a blink of eyes. Globalization, integration and innovation that could interconnect far-reaching network to keeping us abreast are at high speed. The century of Information and Communication Technology could be our strength to understanding the global needs of all groups of people. In spite of our sophistication, our society has been…See More
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The Unfair Century of Fear: The Century of Terrorism

The Unfair Century of Fear: The Century of Terrorism Our human world has been so blessed to connecting the people together across the world in this 21st century at a blink of eyes. Globalization, integration and innovation that could interconnect far-reaching network to keeping us abreast are at high speed. The century of Information and Communication Technology could be our strength to understanding the global needs of all groups of people. In spite of our sophistication, our society has been…See More
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Peter Obafemi Lawal studied Social Studies with minor in Economics at the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. He also hold Diploma in Business Management at the University of Lagos. He is a scholar, founder and award winning essayist. He loves intellectual activities and playing leadership roles. He hopes to further his understanding of emerging international issues and the way forward.

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DEMOCRACY VERSUS AUTOCRACY: CHANGE OR CONTINUITY? HUMAN QUEST FOR HAPPINESS AND BETTER LIFE THROUGH GOOD GOVERNANCE

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Name: Peter Obafemi Lawal

School: University of Ilorin, Nigeria

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DEMOCRACY VERSUS AUTOCRACY: CHANGE OR CONTINUITY? HUMAN QUEST FOR HAPPINESS AND BETTER LIFE THROUGH GOOD GOVERNANCE



Absolute power without change corrupts absolutely. The driving force of our global system is divided between the progressivism and conservativism. In the face of rising cost of living that causes economic…

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ENTREPRENEURS ARE THE CREATIVE FORCE IN THE ECONOMY: IS THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT HELPING OR HINDERING THEM? WAY FORWARD

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ENTREPRENEURS ARE THE CREATIVE FORCE IN THE ECONOMY: IS THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT HELPING OR HINDERING THEM? WAY FORWARD



The socio-economic question of why some nations are rich and others languishing behind in abject poverty has been a subject of debate for over two centuries, since the advent of the industrial revolution in 18th and 19th centuries in Europe and America respectively. While Keynes advocated the…

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The Unfair Century of Fear: The Century of Terrorism

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The Unfair Century of Fear: The Century of Terrorism



Our human world has been so blessed to connecting the people together across the world in this 21st century at a blink of eyes. Globalization, integration and innovation that could interconnect far-reaching network to keeping us abreast are at high speed. The century of Information and Communication Technology could be our strength to understanding the global needs of all…

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