Although, it had occurred to our mind that Nigerian monetary policy continues to aim at achieving single digit inflation, a stable Naira, increase in domestic production and a stock of foreign exchange reserves equivalent of at least six months of current imports, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) relies...
Manufacturing Industry is said to be the most dominant and dynamic industry in our country today, having an approximate contribution of 20 percent in our GrossDomestic Product annually. The 2004 Philippine Bureau of Food and Drugs’ Statistical Report of Establishments listed a total of 11,601 food processing establishments...
British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade
4(11): 1736-1754, 2014
Determinants of Agricultural Export Trade:
Case of Fresh Pineapple Exports from Ghana
David Boansi1*, Boris OdilonKounagbéLokonon2 and John Appah2
Department of Economic...
resource for economic development. Many people argue that the flows of FDI could fill the gap between desired investments and domestically mobilized saving. In recent decades under the changing modes of international transactions and cross-border mobilization of production factors, foreign direct investment...
Impact of Economic Reforms on Economic Issues:
A Study of Ethiopia
A. Meenakshi Sundara Rajan, T. Iyappan and Jesiah Selvam*
Abstract: This paper is an attempt to investigate the impact of economic reforms on the economic issues in Ethiopia. Different economic
issues — parameters determining the...
market for domestic and transnational capital has not only changed the structure but also the behavior of investors.
The study is based on secondary data on macroeconomic variables and indices of stock market and the primary information related to the general behavior of investors. The timeseries data are...
3.2.4 Real GDP growth and inflation 3.2.5 Nominal wage and inflation 3.3 DATA ANALYZING ON INFLATION IN VIETNAM (1990-2007) 3.3.1 Determinants of inflation in Vietnam 3.3.2 What make Vietnam’s inflation be different compared to other Asian developing countries? CHAPTER 4 CONCLUSION APPENDIX...
of a developing country, and their effects on major economic activities in the nation. This paper examines macroeconomic activity variables of grossdomestic product, fixed capital investment, employment ratio, retail trade turnover, industrial production, FDI inflows, and dollar exchange rate as a control...
results revealed a positive cause and effect relationship between grossdomestic product
(GDP) and agricultural output in Nigeria. Agricultural sector is estimated to contribute 34.4
percent variation in grossdomestic product (GDP) between 1970 and 2010 in Nigeria. The
my face or even to experience my love as I was far away studying in a
foreign country and to my lovely daughter, Catina Jayden who came at the right time to
wipe away my painful loss.
This research paper is my original work and has not been presented for a degree award in
to excessive public borrowing that were due to the failure in reducing fiscal deficits has resulted in financial crowding out and has corroded the savings that might be used to finance private investment. The unexplained part of private investment that is not determined by economic factors can be attributed...
foreign saving, investment is financed both through domesticsavings. However, in an open economy, investment is financed through both domesticsaving and foreign capital flow including FDI.
Hence, FDI enables investment-receiving countries to achieve investment levels beyond their own domestic saving...
Submitted: November 01, 2011 Accepted: November 25, 2011
Published: June 30, 2012
Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria: An Analysis of the Endogenous Effects
Okon J. Umoh, 2Augustine O. Jacob and 1Chuku A. Chuku 1 Department of Economics, University of Uyo, Uyo, Nigeria 2 Heritage...
ERD WORKING PAPER SERIES NO. 34
ECONOMICS AND RESEARCH DEPARTMENT
Economic Openness and Regional Development in the Philippines
Ernesto M. Pernia Pilipinas F. Quising
Asian Development Bank
ERD Working Paper No. 34
ECONOMIC OPENNESS AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHILIPPINES
Interest Rate Forecasting using Regression Analysis
Forecast of interest rates can be done in many different ways, qualitative (surveys, opinion polls) as well as quantitative (reduced form and structural approaches)*
Example of methods in quantitative approaches
linkage effects between FDI, productivity, domestic investment, and exports impacted economic growth. The results indicate that FDI stock did not lead to the growth success in Fiji due to military coups as it experienced a substantial reduction in FDI over time. However, it was the FDI-driven export sector...
one of the first attempts to analyse the determinants of the inflows of FDI to SIDS. The analysis is undertaken in the context of the existing literature on the determinants of FDI inflows, incorporating insights drawn from recent research on the determinants of growth in small states. Keywords: growth...
to achieve workable solutions to real problems—practical, relevant results in the field of irrigation and water resources. The publications in this series cover a wide range of subjects—from computer modeling to experience with water users associations—and vary in content from directly applicable research...
Summary 1 2 3 4 5 6 Introduction Destitution in the poverty discourse Defining destitution Local concepts of destitution in Ethiopia Analysing destitution Conclusion References iii 1 2 8 13 17 23 24
Figure 5.1 A livelihoods approach to conceptualising destitution 20
The PIDE Research Report Series offers an up-to-date exposition of various economic, demographic, and anthropological aspects of the development process in developing countries generally and in Pakistan particularly. Its wide dissemination is aimed at providing a firm foundation for useful policy-making...