Types[ edit ] There are several types of human capital flight: The flight of talented, creative, and highly qualified employees from large corporations that occurs when employees perceive the direction and leadership of the company to be unstable or stagnant, and thus, unable to keep up with their personal and professional ambitions. The flight of highly trained individuals and college graduates from their area of residence.
These attractions lead city to grow at a rate that become difficult to manage. Essentially, undue presence is exerted on the existing public utilities while services are extended legally and illegally to the unplanned new areas.
So, it seems that the more utility services are provided, the more they are demanded. As a result, the utility services become inadequate and thus increasing the cost of doing business which in turn mitigate against all efforts to reduce the widening poverty gap.
This actually calls for effective administrative framework, good governance and urban manage capacity. There should be coordination among the various institutions which are responsible for the planning and management of the urban environment.
Ibadan for a long time has no master plan leading to uncontrolled urban growth and haphazard and unsustainable development.
Refuse collection, deforestation and flooding of the city has defied solution for almost a century now. The solutions lies in the holistic mobilization of resources, demonstration of political will, socio economic interventions, regional planning and other essential elements of urban maintenance and growth must be marshaded in an integrated manner that allow the extended metropolis to operate as an integrated system and yet permit each community or neighbourhood to achieve its goal of corporate existence.
A broad and reliable information base is essential if cities, towns and metropolitan areas are to be managed effectively.
Lack of information contributes to problems in urban development activities, badly planned investment projects, poor functioning of land markets, property tax administration and disregard for the environmental impact of development on the population.
A good urban management information system should thus provide the basis for allocating resources to achieve the best overall objective developing metropolitan area. Moreover, the property units in an urban area represent the basic economic assets from which the city can expect to generate much of the revenue needed to pay for the services and amenities provided by the city managers for the comfort of the inhabitants.
Knowledge of the number of property units, the size, location, ownership, value, use and occupancy characteristics of these buildings or property units, this constitute an essential factor not only in the effective land management but also the efficient governance of the city and property assessment taxation.
The city is on autonomous phenomenon, the exploration of whose historical, cultural economic and political ramifications is not only intellectually exciting, but also contributes immensely to our understanding of the larger society.
Just as there have been great empires in history, there have also been great cities past and present reflecting various flourishing civilizations. Just as empires rose and fell in history some cities have developed tremendously while others have simply decayed.
Ibadan is a curious mixture of the two experiences: Ibadan city was, and still is, a place of conflict, an arena in which rival classes and emerging status groups struggled fro power, a place in which the major changes, structural, institutional and ideological, in the larger society produced fundamental reactions affecting the structure of social and political behaviour.
It soon become a centre of administration and like all cities a market. It was never dominated by a real bourgeois interested in production, rather it was dominated, first by an indigenous aristocracy who were mainly consumers, then by middlemen merchants and much later by a stratum whose common link was literacy i.
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