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Infrastructure Development and Urban Facilities in Lagos, 1861-2000

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Ayodeji Olukoju

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Adalemo, I.A. “The Physical Growth of Metropolitan Lagos and Associated Planning Problems,” in DA. Oyeleye (ed.). Spatial Expansion and Concomitant Problems in the Lagos Metropolitan Area (An Example of a Rapidly Urbanizing Area). Lagos: Department of Geography, University of Lagos, 1981, pp.1-37.

Adefolalu, A.A. “Intra-Urban Transport Services in Lagos,” in Oyeleye (ed.). Spatial Expansion and Concomitant Problems in the Lagos Metropolitan Area (An Example of a Rapidly Urbanizing Area), Lagos: Department of Geography, University of Lagos, 1981, pp. 95-122.

Adefuye, Ade. Babatunde Agiri and Jide Osuntokun (eds.). History of the Peoples of Lagos State. Lagos: Literamed. 1987. Aderibigbe, A.B. (ed.). LAGOS: The Development of an African City. Lagos: Longman, 1975.

Bolawolc, Bola (ed.). State Administration and the Challenges of the 21st Century: A Case Study of the Marwa Years in Lagos State: 1996-1999. Lagos: Double Bee Enterprises. 1999. Clarke, George R.G. Claude Menard and Ana Maria Zuluaga “Measuring the Welfare Effects of Reform: Urban Water Supply in Guinea.” World Development, vol. 30. no. 9 (2002). pp. 1517-1531.

Cole, PD. “Lagos Society in the Nineteenth Century,” in Aderibigbe (ed.). LAGOS, pp. 27-58.

Dulucq, Sophie and Odile Goerg (eds). Les Investissements Publics dans les Villes Africaines: 1930-1985. Paris: L’Harmattan. 1989.

Duncan, J.W.K. and A.O. Olawale. “Properties of Water from 9 Existing Wells in Shomolu, a Suburb of Lagos.” The Nigerian Engineer, vol. 6, no. 2 (1970), pp. 17-19.

Echeruo, M. Victorian Lagos: Aspects of Nineteenth Century Lagos Life. London: Macmillan, 1977.

Fyle, Magbaily C. (ed). The State and the Provision of Social Services in Sierra Leone Since Independence, 1961-91.

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Hopkins, A.G. An Economic History of West Africa. London: Longman, 1973.

Ikya, G.S. (ed.) Urban Passenger Transportation in Nigeria, Ibadan: Heinemann, 1993.

Koenigsberger, O, Charles Abrams, Michael Wheeler, Susume Kobe, and Maurice Shapiro Metropolitan Lagos. New York: United Nations Commission for Technical Assistance, 1964.

Lagos State Government. Lagos State Handbook. Ikeja: Information Division, Ministry of Information and Culture, 1987. Lawuyi, Olatunde Bayo. “The World of the Yoruba Taxi Driver: An Interpretive Approach to Vehicle Slogans.” Africa, vol. 58, no.l (1988), pp.1-13.

Olaosebikan, Bola. Lagos State Water Corporation: Dawn of a New Era in Water Supply. Lagos:Lagos State Water Corporation. 1999.

Olowu, Dele. Lagos State: Governance, Society and Economy. Lagos: Malthouse Press Limited, 1990.

Olukoju, Ayodeji. “Population Pressure, Housing and Sanitation in West Africa’s Premier Port- City: Lagos, 1900-1939.” The Great Circle: Journal of the Australian Association for Maritime History, vol. 15, no.2 (1993), pp. 91-106.

Olukoju, Ayodeji. “The Travails of Migrant and Wage Labour in the Lagos Metropolitan Area in The Inter-War Years.” Labour History Review, vol. 61, no. l (1996). pp.49-70.

Olukoju, Ayodeji. “Transportation in Colonial West Africa,” in GO. Ogunremi and E.K. Faluyi (eds). An Economic History of West Africa Since 1750. Ibadan: Rex Charles. 1996, pp. 144-56.

Olukoju, Ayodeji. ‘Slamming the “Open Door:” British Protectionist Fiscal Policy in Inter-War Nigeria.’ Itinerario: European Journal of Overseas History, vol. 23, no. 2 (1999). pp. 13-28.

Olukoju. Ayodeji. “The Cost of Living in Lagos, 1914-45,” in D. Anderson and R. Rathbone (eds.). Africa’s Urban Past. Oxford: James Currey, 2000, pp. 126-143.

Olukoju, Ayodeji. “The Pluralisms of Urban Waste Management: A Comparative Study of Lagos (Nigeria) and Tokyo (Japan),” in A. Eruvbetine (ed.). The Humanistic Management of Pluralism: A formula For Development in Nigeria. Lagos: Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos, 2001, pp.508-525.

Olukoju. Ayodeji. ‘“Buy British, Sell Foreign:” External Trade Control Policies in Nigeria During the Second World War and Its Aftermath.’ International Journal of African Historical Studies, vol. 35. no. 2 (2002).

Olusanya, GO. “Charlotte Olajumoke Obasa,” in Bolanle Awe (ed.). Nigerian Women in Historical Perspective. Ibadan: Sankore/Bookcraft. 1992, pp. 105-120.

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Peace, Adrian. “The Politics Of Transporting.” Africa, vol. 58. no. 1 (1988). pp. 14-28.

Pederson. E.O. Transportation in Cities. New York: Pergamon Press. 1980.

Peil, Margaret. Cities and Suburbs: Urban Life in West Africa. New York: Holmes and Meier. 1981.

Peil, Margaret. logos. The City is the People. London: Belhaven Press, 1991.

Sada, P.O. “Differential Population Distribution and Growth in Metropolitan Lagos,” Journal of Business and Social Studies, vol. I, no. 2 (1969), pp. 117-133.

Sada, P.O “Political Policies and the Development of Transportation in Metropolitan Lagos,” Nigerian Geographical Journal, vol. 12 (July 1970), pp. 185-199.

Sada, P.O. and A. A.Adefolalu. “Urbanisation and Problems of Urban Development,” in Aderibigbe (ed.). LAGOS, pp.79-107.

Ukpong, Ignatius I. “Economic Consequences of Electric Power Failures in the Greater Lagos Area,” Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies, vol. 15, no. 1 (March 1973), pp. 53-74.

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UNPUBLISHED THESES/PAPERS/PAMPHLETS AND MISCELLANY

Agagu, Olusegun. “Developments in the Electric Power Sector.” Paper presented by the Honourable Minister of Power and Steel at the 2002 Media Summit on Power, serialised in The Punch (Lagos), 12, 14, 15, 16 and 17 August 2002.

Bello, Kunle. “Infrastructure Development for Sustainable National Growth - the Telecommunications Showcase.” Paper presented at the Nigerian Economic Development Forum, Geneva. Switzerland, October 2002. Published in the Comett (Lagos), 4 November 2002, pp.24-25.

Hopkins, AG “An Economic History of Lagos, 1880-1914.” Ph.D. Thesis, University of London, 1964.

Mabinuori Dawodu Family. In Rememberance Of Our Great Ancestor Benjamin Fagbemi Dawodu, Born in 1830,. died On 6th Day of February 1881. Commemorative Broclure, n.d. (1986?).

National Electric Power Authority (NEPA). Ijora Power Station. 1998.

Olukoju, Ayodeji. “Maritime Trade in Lagos, 1914-1950: Its Nature and Impact.” (Ph. D. Thesis, University of 1991). Olukoju, Ayodeji. ‘“Never Expect Power Always”’: Electricity Consumers’ Response to Monopoly, Corruption and Inefficient Services in Lagos.” Paper presented at the Conference on “The Governance of Daily Life in Africa: Public and Coollective Services and their Users.” Leiden, The Netherlands, 22-25 May 2002.

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