Technological Capability in the Nigerian Leather Industry: A Firm-Level Case Study
Until the 1980's technology in the Third World centered around inward technology transfer. Since then the focus shifted to indigenous technological capability as a result of the successful industrial transformation in the newly industrializing countries of East Asia and Latin America. This report is centered on a firm-level case study of technology capability on the leather tanning firms in Nigeria. This study focused on the availability of technological resources.