• THE IMPACT OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ON NIGERIA ECONOMIC GROWTH PERFORMANCE (1980-2009)
    THE IMPACT OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ON NIGERIA ECONOMIC GROWTH PERFORMANCE (1980-2009) ABSTRACT The study set out to ascertain the extent to which Agricultural sector has contributed to the growth of Nigerian economy from 1980 to 2009. As a guide to the study, the following hypotheses...
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  • Impact of Foreign Direct Investment
    CHAPTER ONE 1. Overview The need for economic and financial growth have led governments to play a major role in investing in human capital, allowing foreign investments and creating economic atmosphere conducive to foreign investment (Michael Bruno, 1996). Basically there was no Nigerian...
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  • Engineer
    financial crisis and the economic meltdown in Nigeria caused by a fall in the price of oil in the international market, reduced demand for oil export leading to downward trend in commodity prices and government revenue. The impact of economic meltdown on Nigerian industry sector are: reduced FDI in...
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  • The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Nigeria Economic Growth
    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Industrialization has not only changed the way the world do business but also changed the world itself. Fortunately, Nigeria is one of the countries that did not escape its impact. Industrialization is the process of social and economic...
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  • The Impact of Capital Market on Industrial Development
    Introduction 17 2.1 Meaning of Capital Market 17 2.2.0 Capital Market Institutions which assist industrial development 19 2.2.1 The Central Bank of Nigeria 20 2.2.2 Securities and Exchange Commission 21 2.2.3 The Nigerian Stock Exchange 25 2.3 The Important of Capital...
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  • impact of manufacturing sector and exchange rate in nigeria
    sector. This chapter also has taken a look at the trend of exchange rate policy in Nigeria and the stages of industrialization in Nigeria. The impact and performance of the manufacturing sector is left unapprised as well as the resultant impact of changing exchange rate of policy on the manufacturing...
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  • Managing the Global Economic Meltdown in a Consolidated Banking Sector of Nigeria
    ouldn't really have a lon g-term impact on the capital inflow (Appiah-D olphy ne, 20 09). How ever, W orld B ank Chief Eco nom ist Shanta Devarajan points out that this doesn't mean the Nigerian government (or banking directors, for that matter) can get away with ostrich-like behavior of sticking...
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  • Capital Market Instruments
    , Nigerian Financia Review, 7(2): 6-13. Ariyo A, Adelegan O 2005. Assessing the Impact of Capital Market Reforms in Nigeria: An incremental Approach. Paper presented at the 46th annual conference of the Nigeria Economic Society in Lagos in August 2005. Central Bank of Nigeian (CBN) Statitical...
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  • The Place of Ndi Igbo in Nigeria Social Economic Development
    and operated everything. This model served Nigerians well when the emphasis was on developing and servicing the local markets in Nigeria and neighboring countries. To be able to function and become competitive at the next level, to surpass the ability, and to leverage the capital market...
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  • Impact of Energy on the Manufacturing Sector in Nigeria
    the energy consumed in the Nigeria (figure 1) - and even more when product transportation is factored in. The escalating costs for natural gas and oil clearly have a major impact for manufacturers in Nigeria that, left unaddressed, could hurt their competitiveness in world markets. Moreover, energy...
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  • Nigeria @ 50: a Quest for Economic Independence
    and visionless leaders (in most cases, rulers). After independence, the Nigerian economy seemed very promising. Many saw Nigeria, with 25% of Africa's population, then, as an emerging economy. However, this potential never materialized. A series of unfortunate political and economic events have...
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  • Foreign Portfolio Investment and Economic Growth
    Federal University of Technology, P.M.B. 1526, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria. Abstract: This research work was designed to investigate the impact of stock market returns on foreign portfolio investment in Nigerian. The objectives of the research are: to identify the relationship between foreign...
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  • Documents on Privatization
    effects of globalization on Nigeria, examines globalization as a process of internationalization of capital and change, which is oriented towards incorporating even the most remote part of non-industrialized societies into the global capitalist system and market. The chapter cautions Nigerian government...
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  • Small Scale Entreprise in Nigeria: Issues and Prospects
    would not encourage the growth of the sector (Arthur, 2003). Contrary to the generally believed notion, a research carried out by Onugu (2005) found out that access to finance or capital is not the greatest problem facing SSEs in Nigeria. The Association of Nigerian Development Finance...
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  • Graduate Unemployment
    ) ‘Urban Real wage And the Nigerian Trade Union Movement (1939-1960: a comment’ Economic Development and Cultural Change, (EDDC), VOL.17 NO.4 Fajana, S. (1987) economic Recession, Collective Bargaining And labour Market Segmentation In Nigeria, Nigerian Management Review CMD, Lagos, Vol.2, No 1, P9-16...
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  • Achieving Vision 2020
    Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa (Volume 12, No.4, 2010) ISSN: 1520-5509 Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania Achieving Vision 2020 in Nigeria: A Review of the Economic and Market-Oriented Business Reforms Ezirim Aloy Chinedu, Okeke C. Titus and Ebiriga O...
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  • Economics
    of Recent Privatisation on Capital Market Development in Nigeria By R.O. Ajisafe, M.O. Saibu, S.A. Adedokun CHAPTER XX The Political Economy of Nigeria Crises By Femi Mimiko, Funso Aluko CHAPTER XXI Impact of The Agricultural Sector on The Nigerian Economy By Adeleke Salami CHAPTER XXII A Politico...
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  • Industrial Development in Nigeria
    INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION By B.W. Adeoye Research Fellow Economic Development Department Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research ( NISER ) Ibadan. A paper submitted for presentation at...
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  • Small and Medium Scale Enterprises
    performs with some developmental functions. These include the promotion of money and capital markets development and the establishment of development finance institutions. Consequently, the CBN has been very active in the establishment and development of the Nigerian capital market. The Nigerian...
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  • The-Role-of-Small-Scale-Industry-in-Nigeria
    United African Company (UAR), GB Olivant, Unilever Plc, Patterson Zechonics, Leventis, etc. These companies primarily engaged in bringing into Nigeria finished goods from their parent companies overseas. These companies have vast business experience and strong capital base, and dominated the Nigerian...
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