• Management
    of emerging economies. They are a major source of economic growth, job creation, innovation, exports and other key development indicators. SME's are popularly defined in Nigeria as enterprises with total cost (including working capital but excluding cost of land) above N31 million but not...
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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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  • Economic Development Through
    Companies and International Financial Institutions have on the Economic Development of Nigeria through three variables later defined. Our choice of Nigeria as our focus country is due to its ideal background for analysing the effects of globalisation. Nigeria is a country of immense natural resources...
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  • Management
    TOPICS THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF MONEY LAUNDERING ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION (EFCC), LAGOS OFFICE). CREDIT MANAGEMENT IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK OF NIGERIA PLC AND FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC...
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  • The Capital Market Contributions Towards Economic Growth and Development
    movement of the capital market’s share index, market value and market capitalisation. In other words, the capital market has impacted significantly on the economy for the years under review. Keywords: Capital Market, economy, analysis, Nigeria INTRODUCTION The growth and development of an economy...
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  • Testing the Effects of Human Capital Stock and Accumulation on Economic Growth in Nigeria
    considered in the study. Uwatt (2003), Human Resource Development and Economic growth in Nigeria provided empirical evidence on the role of human resource development proxied by enrolment in educational institutions on economic growth in Nigeria, using the augmented so low growth model and...
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  • An Evaluation of the Business and Financial Performance of a Business Organization in Nigeria Between 2008 and 2010: a Research Analysis of First Bank of Nigeria Plc
    real estate development. All these are areas of growth that FBN is exploiting and consolidating on during the period under review. 3. FINANCIAL REVIEW 1. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE First Bank of Nigeria as a foremost going concern in Nigeria banking Industry appreciated the pivotal...
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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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  • Banking Reform in Nigeria
    creation of the Central Bank Ordinance of 1958 further strengthened the bank regulatory structure of Nigeria. The Central Bank began full operations on July 1, 1959. The 1960s and 1970s saw more financial institutions being created and a greater role of Nigerian government in regulating and owning...
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  • Microfinance
    ”, Journal of International Development, Special Issue, 16 (3). Nnanna, O.J. (2001). Financing small and medium scale businesses under the new CBN directives and its likely impact on industries growth. Nnanna, O.J. (2003). The role of Central Bank of Nigeria in enterprises financing. CBN, 27(1). Nobel...
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  • The Effect of Deregulation Policies on the Profitability of Banks in Nigeria
    carried out by the government and the monetary, growth and development these changes in policies have taken different sectors of the economy, directly including the banking industry. The financial sector and the banking industry in particular, due to its critical position and functions in the...
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  • Evaluation of the G20 Summit Held in Pittsburg Usa
    committee and the development committee in the G-20 meeting, ensures that the G-20 also works with the activities of the Breltin woods institutions. The G-20 also works with and encourages her international groups and organizations, such as the financial stability forum, in progressing international and...
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  • An Appraisal of the Role of Commercial Bank in Developing Economy
    in the world. However, due to limited financial resources and time constraint, the study is confirmed to appraisal of the role of commercial bank in Nigeria. 1.7 Definition of terms (i) bank: A Bank is a financial institution which accepts money from the public for the purpose of lending or...
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  • Managing the Global Economic Meltdown in a Consolidated Banking Sector of Nigeria
    anufacturers association M r. Arthur Madueke in Obi (2009) lamented that the productive sector which could have given stimulus to financial market's growth has been o n a long recess in Nigeria. This pap er therefo re, interro gates the implications of the global financial meltdown on the Nigerian economy...
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  • Banking and Finance
    functions, the Bank promotes monetary stability and a sound financial system, and acts as banker and financial adviser to the Federal Government, as well as banker of last resort to the banks. The Bank also encourages the growth and development of financial institutions. Enabling laws made in 1991...
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  • Banking Industry in Nigeria
    THE BANKING INDUSTRY AND THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY POST-CONSOLIDATION By B. B. EBONG GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR/CHIEF EXECUTIVE UNION BANK OF NIGERIA PLC ABSTRACT Against the backdrop of the role of banks as financial intermediaries and their function as the engine of growth of the economy, this paper...
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  • Impact of Internatinal Trade on Economic Growth. a Case of Nigeria
    Fact Book, 2005 and 2006). The capital market is unique in a country’s financial system because of its peculiar role in the economy. Levine (1991) identified these roles as: raising capital for business, mobilizing savings for investment, facilitating company’s growth, redistribution of wealth...
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  • Financial Theories
    ANALYSIS OF THE CONTRIBUTION OF FORMAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TO CASSAVA PROCESSING IN BENUE STATE, NIGERIA A PROJECT PROPOSAL SUBMITTED BY ESENWA ANTHONIA OBIAGELI MATRIC NUMBER: PG/07/0030 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION &RURAL DEVELOPMENT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE ABEOKUTA...
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  • Assessment of Problem of Tax Administration in Nigeria Economy (a Case Sturdy of Federal Inland Revenue)
    the growth of any economy is obvious and indisputable. It has been postulated that a well developed financial system performs several critical functions that enhanced the efficiency of their financial intermediation roles with highly reduced costs of information, transaction and monitoring. Also, it...
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  • Macroeconomics Policy and Sustainable Development in Nigeria
    NIGERIA Nigeria’s financial sector witnessed seemly tremendous innovations preceding the SAP in 1986. Objectives of SAP are to provide a liberalised and level playing field for the emergency of effective and efficient institutions that would serve as an engine of economic growth. As part of the...
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