How credible entrepreneurs affect cultural goods

I recently found an article at the  Leadership (a Nigerian newspaper) entitled “How Absence Of Credible Entrepreneurs Ruins Cultural Goods” which explains how a post-colonial trade habit in Nigeria diminishes the revenues from cultural goods as the traders are not credible entrepreneurs.

It makes reference to a paper presentation titled, “Cultural Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria’, delivered during the World Culture Day in Abuja, by the President, International Theatre Institute (ITI) Nigeria, Prof. Emmanuel Dandaura.

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