• Consequence of Population Growth on Econmic Development I Nigeria
    females. Rapid population growth is one of the central problems of economic development. According to the Study Committee of the Office of the foreign Secretary National Academy of Science, 1972, Rapid population growth has economic Social and political effects. It also interacts with public education...
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  • Population Issues
    Population issues are development issues.Although analytical and empirical findings have provided an ambiguous conclusion about effects of rapid population growth on economic development,there is sufficient evidence to support the conclusion that “on balance, slower population growth would be...
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  • The Government Should Take Steps to Control Population Growth
    the rapid growth of population, a series of other problems have come up, so the government should take steps to control population in order to accelerate economic development, solve environmental issues, ease employment pressure and promote education level. Improving the economic status of a...
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  • Rapid Population Growth as a Problem of Humanresources Utilization in Nigeria
    RAPID POPULATION GROWTH IS ONE OF THE PROBLEMS OF HUMAN RESOURCE UTILIZATION IN NIGERIA. WHAT CAN BE DONE TO REDUCE THIS PROBLEM? A MANPOWER ECONOMICS ASSIGNMENT Akinrodoye Adunola INTRODUCTION Population can be defined as the number of people living in any...
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  • Student
    Can rapid population growth be good for economic development? Submitted by Wolfgang Fengler on Thu, 2010-04-15 14:28 Our generation is experiencing the most profound demographic transition ever and Africa is at the center of it. Africa’s population is rising rapidly and will most likely double...
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  • Docx
    rapid economic growth. REFERENCE Chen, P.S.J. & Fawctt, J.T. (1979). “Public Policy and Population Change in Singapore”. The Population Council, New York. Federal Ministry of Health and National Population Bureau (1985) The Effect of Population Factor on Social and Economic Development in Nigeria...
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  • Urbanization Trends
    Nigeria: The effect of rapid urbanization. Environmental Health Perspectives, 118(6), 877-83. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.apollolibrary.com/docview/499807454?accountid=35812 John J. Macionis. (2011). Population, urbanization and environment. Retrieved from John J. Macionis, SOC120...
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  • Roles of Ict
    economies. These reforms tend to yield little or minimal benefits to economic growth and development, especially when compared with the developed countries of the world. Technological advancement is known to impact fast rate of economic development. In Nigeria, policy on adoption of Information and...
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  • Chief
    achieving the international development goal of halving the incidence of poverty by 2015? This question is pertinent against the background of the Nigerian economy which is characterised by low economic growth, rapid population growth, mismanagement of available resources and large-scale corruption...
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  • Infrastructure and Rural - Urban Development.
    important roles socio-economic infrastructures play in the overall development of any society, this paper shall evaluate the effects of social and economic infrastructure on urban-rural development in Nigeria. Explanation of key words: Development The concept of development is a multifaceted phenomenon...
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  • Revenue Allocation
    development in Nigeria. 2. Proffer solution to the teething problem of revenue allocation formula in view of macro economic aspiration of rapid economic growth and development. The important of this is that whatsoever revenue formula that is being canvassed for or is adopted; the important thing is whether...
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  • Growth and Development
    , which might have an effect on the china’s economic growth. Population growth, saving and investment studies: Chine chid policy has slowed down its population growth rate, which likely increases its per capita income. In Solow model, the population growth rate of the economy increases when...
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  • THE IMPACT OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ON NIGERIA ECONOMIC GROWTH PERFORMANCE (1980-2009)
    agricultural sector to the growth of Nigerian economy. The specific objectives are as follows: i. To examine the influence of agricultural output on Nigerians’ Gross Domestic Product ii. To analyze the problem facing agricultural sector in the course of improving economic development in Nigeria. iii...
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  • Internet Growth in Nigeria
    others. TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA Abstract Presently, telecommunication facilities in Nigeria, first established in 1886 by the colonial administration, is undergoing very rapid change and explosive growth and it has been argued that this has...
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  • Effect of Rapid Urbanization on Housing
    ) . Nonetheless, According to Femi Olokesusi, 2011 quoting Onibokun et. al. (1987) and Onibolun and Kumuyi (1999), assert that various political and socio-economic factors have resulted in rapid growth of urban population resulting in informal settlements, poor housing and slums in Nigeria. The rate of...
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  • AES in Nigeria
    . In the 1970s, crude oil rose to a dominant position in the years preceding the oil boom. Importing substitution and central planning model of economic development by government led a domestic economic growth. Even the growth declined for some period due to the political risks, Nigeria has the high...
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  • Economics
    opportunities to create wealth through the export-led growth, to expand international trade in goods and services and to gain access to new ideas, technologies and institutional designed. This means that globalization affects all aspects of Nigeria development including her economy. In essence...
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  • Globalization in Nigeria
    The Positive and Negative Effects of Globalization in Nigeria Globalization according to Clark and Wallace (2003) refers to a “greater interconnectedness of the world’s financial, economic, technological, political, cultural, sociological, ecological, and geographical systems” (p. 447...
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  • Nigeria
    portion of the economy’s production and for Nigeria’s valuable petro-resources. Large Rural Populations but Rapid Rural-to-Urban Migration Part of the reason for Nigeria’s failed bureaucracy and government services are the rapid growth rates of its urban areas. Since the discovery of oil in Nigeria...
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  • art and science
    growth is prone to poverty reduction. To therefore improve and sustain the rate of economic growth in Nigeria from which poverty could be reduced measures, such as, stable macroeconomic policies, huge investment in agriculture, infrastructural development and good governance are suggested...
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