The Nigerian Bond Market: How Progress Happens (Or Doesn’t) – DoubleEph

Below is a transcript of a thread shared on twitter by Feyi Fawehinmi about the Nigerian bond market and how a country develops or fails to, or even reverses course. I think it contains many lessons for us and I decided to share them here. I’ll repost his tweets with minimal edits/comments. Thread reads: I […]

How Globalization, Feminism and Capitalism Contribute to Income Inequality

Inequality has been the political problem du jour for a hot minute now. Apparently the growth in wealth in the top earning capital class has been soaring to stratospheric levels while middle class incomes have stayed flat or trended down. And just like any problem, what has been thrown its way has been either platitudes […]

On Nigerian Development

I just want to share some thoughts on my mind about Nigeria and our efforts at development. When it comes down to it, development, while masquerading as economic is not quite that. A sufficiently developed country becomes a civilization. It evolves rules, institutions, cultural touchstones and all of these shapes the citizenry, with spillover effects […]