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Stomach Infrastructure: Lessons for Democracy and Good Governance

Emmanuel Stober ()

Management Dynamics in the Knowledge Economy Journal, 2016, vol. 4, issue 3, 449-460

Abstract: In 2014, a new paradigm shift occurred in Nigeria which defiled the expectation of many social and political analysts. This paradigm was later titled ‘Stomach Infrastructure’ – a concept of inducing potential voters to support a particular candidate in an election, creating thus a new barometer for measuring good governance. To understand the concept of stomach infrastructure, this study makes a graphical comparison between stomach infrastructure and physical infrastructure, as they are both dividends of democracy. But to sum it up, stomach infrastructure is, first and foremost about the people’s survival. It is a living and stress-free man that can enjoy the benefit of a modern city or world class physical infrastructures. Thus, building stomach infrastructure is about following the natural sequence of actions in governance. It is about understanding the bottom-top, gradual approaches in developmental strides. It is about carrying everybody along, everyone at his own pace.

Keywords: good governance; Nigeria; rational choice; social exchange; welfare (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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