• Inflation
    relationship between inflation and growth and how the problem could be tackled.  1.3 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY The specific objectives of this study are to: (i) Identify the causes and examine the pattern of inflation in Nigeria over the years; (ii) Examine the impact of inflation on the economic growth of...
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  • Impact of Monetary Policy on Inflation in Nigeria
    policy makers , government and it agent, ministers of finance, investors both foreign indigenous and the entire Nigeria populace. This study will also study the type of inflation, causes and ways of controlling it and it impact on economic development of Nigeria. 1.5 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY...
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  • Exchange Rate Variation and Inflation in Nigeria
    Zimbabwe inflation rate is at 37131.9%. Basically, two identified causes are Demand pull and Cost push inflation. This would be discussed in later chapters. Inflation generally is a worldwide phenomenon; it is not peculiar to Nigeria only. The major four factor that have been identified as the causes of...
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  • Effect of Exchange Rate Volatility on Inflation in Nigeria (1986-2007)
    investments. The justification of the study is that it intends to answer certain questions such as, what are the causes of inflation in Nigeria, and how can it be related to exchange rate. This answer will form the basis upon which suggestions will be made as to how inflation can be reduced a...
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  • Fiscal Deficit and Inflationary Trend in Nigeria
    . This paper investigates the causal relationship f between infation andfiscal deficit in Nigeria from 1970 to 19194. It was empirically confirmed that althoughfiscal dejkit causes inflation, there was nofeedback between inflation and fiscal deficit. However the findings showed that feedback existed...
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  • Budget Deficit and Inflation in Nigeria
    and Inflation in Nigeria: A Causal Relationship 1 1 S. O. Oladipo and 2T. O. Akinbobola Department of Economics and Accounting, Bells University of Technology, Ota, Nigeria 2 Department of Economics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria Corresponding Author: T. O. Akinbobola...
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  • Inflation and Govt Expenditure
    expenditure operation. However, this has effect on macroeconomic variables such as interest rate, exchange rate, inflation, consumption, investment, etc which serve as media through which economic development is achieved. In Nigeria, for example, high incidence of projected budget deficit persists and the...
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  • Taming Inflation in Nigeria
    : Nigeria Must Grow Its Non-Oil Sector,” ThisDay, October 15, 2005 10 “Inflation rate hits 15.5%,” Sunday Independent, October 30, 2005 11 “Inflation hits 28%, causes anxiety,” Daily Champion, November 3, 2005 12 “Checking Inflation,” The Punch Editorial, November 1, 2005 13 “EFCC Arrests Wabara...
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  • Effect of Inflation on the Delivery of Construction Project in Nigeria
    representative leads to postponement of work and extension of time. 2.12 AIM AND OBJECTIVE The proposal is aimed at an appraisal of the effect of inflation on the delivery of construction project in Nigeria. OBJECTIVES The objective of this study is as follow: 1. To Identify the causes of inflation...
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  • Impact of Gdp on Stock Market
    Research Journal of Finance and Economics - Issue 25 (2009) Afolabi, J. A. and Efunwoye, B. (1995). “Causes of High Inflation in Nigeria.” Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) Quarterly, Vol.5, No.4, pp.14-20. Akinsulire, O. (2006). Financial Management, 4th ed., Lagos, Zinol Nigeria Limited. Alile...
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  • Modelling the Inflation Process in Nigeria
    historical average rate being 5.01%. When assessed on an annual basis, however, rising prices became a cause for concern for the then military government when in 1969 the inflation rate hit double digits at 10.36%. Government’s concern seems to have been justified by the fact that Nigeria was...
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  • Capital Flight and the Nigerian Economic Recession Indicators: an Econometric Anaysis (1981 – 2004)
    forces it to devalue (McLeod, 2002). This was as a result of (1978) slump in oil market which Nigeria has not recovered from, despite the re- awakening of oil market which then leads to a rise in home interest rate above the world interest rate. Interest rate risk also causes capital flight due to...
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  • effects of phillips curve on the nigerian economy
    , dependence on oil are causes for slow economic growth in Nigeria. From the research on agriculture and oil boom, it reveal that unemployment and inflation are the two major pests eating deep into the macro economics objectives. “Inflation is the general increase in prices of goods and services in an...
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  • south africa vs nigeria
    approach coming out of the recession , the decision for Nigeria to begin to increase their interest rates was due to the high inflation rate in 2010. FDI being a very important contribution to the South African economy meant that they kept their interest rates low and did not increase them , however...
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  • Budget Deficits and Current Account Disequilibrium in Nigeria: an Econometric Investigation, 1970 - 2010.
    prices. Frequent current account deficits reflect the expansion in domestic absorption that could not be satisfied by domestic supply. Fiscal deficit has been the major causes of various macroeconomic imbalances in Nigeria such as high inflation rate, current account deficit, high indebted economy...
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  • Effect of Monetary Policy in Nigeria
    over demand occurs, it will result in an increase in the demand for products and hence tends to cause inflation. THE USE OF A MONETARY POLICY CONTROL: The use of a monetary policy to control the availability and use of credit. This type of policy is used by the central bank of Nigeria (CBN) to...
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  • Monetary Policy, Price Stability and Economic Growth in Nigeria
    single-digit inflation target, monetary conditions might have been less accommodative and, hence, inflation in Nigeria might have been lower and less volatile than what was observed. The plan of the paper is as follows. Section II gives a brief account of the history and possible causes of inflation in...
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  • Research
    findings, that increase in government expenditure can cause inflation rate in the economy decrease. Back to C.Okafor and O. Eiya again, the present of civilian regime came to power at Nigeria in year 1999 has resulted positive impact on population and public debt towards total government expenditure (C...
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  • Effect of Devaluation of Naira on Price Level
    other shocks that might exert important influences on output and inflation in Nigeria. To achieve this objective, a six variable VAR was estimated (official exchange rate, parallel exchange rate, prices, income, money supply, and interest rate). ISSUES FOR DISCUSSION Before the advent of the...
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  • the caurse of poverty in nigeria
    rate is used. The fiscal role of real exchange rate is particularly significant relevant to Nigeria since the bulk of government revenue is derived from foreign exchange earnings. In the theoretical model the links between high inflation and the joint volatility of the real exchange rate and...
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