Educational policies and problems of implementation in Nigeria.
Education policy implementation is a complex, evolving process that involves many stakeholders and can result in failure if not well targeted. In fact, a range of reasons.
Makinde(2005) maintains that the primary problem of policy implementation in developing nations lies in the nature of the policy itself, the policy maker and the environment which such policies.
The issue of public policy is central to public administration and public administration is involved in the entire process of policy making and implementation. The negligence of public policy is at the peril of any state or organisation and this is because it is through public policy that the needs of the citizens and problems of any society is been taken care of.
Policy Formulation and Implementation are both central parts of the strategic planning process. Whereas policy formulation stands at the top and builds up the framework, implementation is a direct consequence of the decisions so to speak of the output of policy formulation.
Monetary Policy is the deliberate use of monetary instruments (direct and indirect) at the disposal of monetary authorities such as central bank in order to achieve macroeconomic stability Macroeconomic stability refers to achievement of internal and external Balance.
This study is a review of the challenges of policy implementation in Nigeria with particular reference to the case of monetization policy. The paper adopted theoretical model that hinged on input.
Nigeria’s 2017 VNR outlined the institutional dimensions for creating an enabling policy environment for the implementation of the SDGs through its Economic and Recovery Growth Plan (ERGP) (2017-2020). The ERGP’s focus on economic, social and environmental dimensions of development makes it consistent with the aspirations of the SDGs.