AFRICA'S POSITION IN THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION.

Obasan Taiwo James-Yakub
Department of Economics,
University of Lagos, Nigeria.

Introduction
Jean Bodin (1576) said, 'Men of fat and fertile soil, are most commonly effeminate and cowards, whereas those of barren lands..... Careful, vigilante and industrious. Though he opined that more than four centuries ago, his assertions are right and is evidence in the happenings around the world.

In a world full of diversities and inequalities in resources sharing, countries like Japan, China, India, UK, USA and a host of other with little or no resources have shown their advancement in economy over oil and other valuable resources rich countries which mostly now constitute the Third or developing world.

Telling stories of Africa; her economics, history and politics | Bridging economic gaps by scaling traditional ideas & businesses with tech.

Telling stories of Africa; her economics, history and politics | Bridging economic gaps by scaling traditional ideas & businesses with tech.