African Heritage Institution

The African Heritage Institution (formerly the African Institute for Applied Economics) was incorporated in Nigeria in 2000. It is a not-for-profit, non-partisan and independent organization devoted to economic research, capacity building and networking. Its vision is a renascent Africa that is democratic, prosperous and a major player in the global economy.

Latest publications

Proliferation of Armed Militias and Complicity of European States in the Migration Crisis in Libya, 2011 - 2017

Nomadic Pastoralism and Human Security: Towards a Collective Action against Herders-Farmers Crisis in Nigeria

Globalization and Its ‘Born Throwaways’: Exploring The Impact of Neo-Liberal Reforms on Irregular Migration in Africa

Addressing Poverty Challenges in Nigeria

The African Union (AU) and Migration: Implications for Human Trafficking in Africa

Increasing VAT Rate from 5 to 7.2%: Is Nigerian Economy ready for the Consequences?

Nature versus Human Contrivance: Advancing the Centrality of Poor Governance to Irregular Migration in Africa

Migration and the Dislocation of Nigeria’s Social Fabric: The Governance Question

Insecurity, Forced Migration, and Internally Displaced Persons along the Cameroon-Nigeria Border, 2003-2018

Legal Transborder Crime Of Chadian Immigrants in N'gaoundere, Garoua And Maroua (Cameroon): Factors, Typology And Consequences

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