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DIRECTIONAL CAUSALITY BETWEEN EXPORT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: AN EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA

By Nwosu Ifunanya, U.

DIRECTIONAL CAUSALITY BETWEEN EXPORT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: AN EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA

Published: 05/06/2002

Size: 615.81KB

The Impact of Household Size and Composition on Poverty in Enugu State

By Urama, Chinasa E.

The Impact of Household Size and Composition on Poverty in Enugu State

Published: 23/08/2005

Tags: household size, poverty, composition, impact, economy

Size: 2.55MB

The Efficacy of External Debt Management Strategies in Nigeria and Ghana: A Comparative Analysis

By Tule, Moses Kpughur

The Efficacy of External Debt Management Strategies in Nigeria and Ghana: A Comparative Analysis

Published: 19/05/2006

Tags: external debt management, strategies, Nigeria, Ghana, efficacy, analysis

Size: 6.61MB

THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF GOVERNMENT SPENDING ON ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE IN NIGERIA

By Sanni, Ishaq

THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF GOVERNMENT SPENDING ON ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE IN NIGERIA

Published: 18/11/2007

Tags: economic effects, government spending, road infrastructure

Size: 489.80KB

Agricultural Unemployment and Rural-Urban Migration in Nigeria (1962-1980):Issues in Agricultural Policy

By Nwankwo, Enyinnaya Ike

Agricultural Unemployment and Rural-Urban Migration in Nigeria (1962-1980):Issues in Agricultural Policy

Published: 07/11/1983

Size: 5.69MB

The Impact of Women’s Education On Household Poverty, A Study of Women From Selected Households In Awka South L.G.A. of Anambra State

By Obi, Victoria Nneka

The Impact of Women’s Education On Household Poverty, A Study of Women From Selected Households In Awka South L.G.A. of Anambra State

Published: 03/03/2001

Tags: The Impact of Women’s Education On Household Poverty

Size: 4.80MB

Determinants of Important Demand for Cameroon 1968-88

By Ntamark, Eric

Determinants of Important Demand for Cameroon 1968-88

Published: 05/03/1993

Size: 6.72MB

Education Spending and Economic Growth: The Nigerian Experience

By Oragudosi, Nonye Henrrieta

Education Spending and Economic Growth: The Nigerian Experience

Published: 19/11/2007

Tags: Education, spending, economic, growth, Nigerian experience.

Size: 9.99MB

Education Spending and Economic Growth: The Nigerian Experience

By Oragudosi, Nonye Henrrieta

Education Spending and Economic Growth: The Nigerian Experience

Published: 08/11/2007

Tags: economic growth in Nigeria,transmission channels, educational spending growth

Size: 9.99MB

The Effects of Exchange Rate Volatility on Manufacturing Output in Nigeria

By Onwusor, Paulinus L. C. Pg/m.sc/974426

The Effects of Exchange Rate Volatility on Manufacturing Output in Nigeria

Published: 09/01/2007

Tags: granger-cause ,exchange, rate,isomorphic,GARCH

Size: 1.12MB

Sources of Macroeconomic Instability in Nigeria

By Olotu, Mcrollins Efe

Sources of Macroeconomic Instability in Nigeria

Published: 02/05/2007

Tags: Macroeconomic, Instability, Nigeria, Adjustment Sensitivity Model

Size: 6.73MB

The Effects of Multiple Taxation on Small- Scale Enterprises in Ebonyi State

By Onwe, Godwin Ewi Pg/m.sc/99/26731

The Effects of Multiple Taxation on Small- Scale Enterprises in Ebonyi State

Published: 04/02/2006

Tags: Taxation,Enterprises,statistics,entrepreneurs,

Size: 1.45MB

Determinants of Occupational Choice in Nigeria: A Multinomial Logit Model

By Amadi, Francis Nwabueze

It has been observed that for almost three decades following the introduction of Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) in Nigeria, efforts by the government to set in motion private sector driven economy had not yielded much. There is also much disparity between labour force and employment. This study therefore uses the Multinomial Logit Estimation Techniques to investigate the determinants of occupational choice, and possible gender influence on choice using the 2008 Nigeria Household Survey (NHHS) data set.
The aim of this study, therefore, is to achieve effective labour utilization and robust labour related economic policy guide in Nigeria by adopting the result findings.
The study finds among other things that whereas individuals at all levels of education prefer wage employment at the public and private sectors, those with low education especially at the primary and secondary school levels appear to be predisposed for self-employment relative to those at the other levels. At the primary school level 40.5% of individuals prefer to be self-employed, while at the secondary, college of education, university (1st degree), and beyond 1st degree level, 17.1%, 8.6%, 3.7%, and 0% were recorded respectively.

Published: 18/09/2011

Tags: occupational choice, multinominal logit model, determinants

Size: 295.50KB

Agricultural Unemployment and Rural-Urban Migration in Nigeria (1962-1980):Issues in Agricultural Policy

By Nwankwo, Enyinnaya Ike

Agricultural Unemployment and Rural-Urban Migration in Nigeria (1962-1980):Issues in Agricultural Policy

Published: 08/11/1983

Size: 5.69MB

Domestic Macroeconomic Policies and Private Fixed Capital Formation in Nigeria: A Var Approach

By Okoli, Raymond Obiora

The study has as its objectives, to determine the impact of macroeconomic policies on private capital formation in Nigeria. In addition, the study sought to evaluate ipso facto the pattern of responses of private investment to shocks on macroecononlic Policies. And finally, to determine the causal ordering of the mediating variables connecting private investment and macroeconomic variables.

Published: 22/06/2018

Tags: macroeconomic policies, private capital, ipso facto, private investment, variables.

Size: 3.30MB