The Economic Effects Of Unemployment In Nigeria Essays and Term Papers

  • Unemployment in Hungary - the Effect of the Economic Crisis

    Unemployment in Hungary-the effect of the economic crisis Unemployment in Hungary- The effect of the economic crisis I. Introduction One of the most serious problems in Hungary is the unemployment. People are trying to find solutions to beat the unemployment but yet those efforts were...

      2310 Words | 8 Pages   Unemployment, Employment, Economic growth, Gross domestic product

  • Effect of Government Expenditures on Economic Growth in Nigeria

    Expenditure and Economic Development: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria Muritala Taiwo Department of Economics and Financial Studies, Fountain University Osogbo, Nigeria Corresponding Author’s E-mail: muritaiwo@yahoo.com Tel: +2348034730332; +2347054979206 Taiwo Abayomi Department of Economics, Tai Solarin...

      5709 Words | 17 Pages   Government budget balance, Tax, Inflation, Structural adjustment

  • Unemployment in Nigeria

    Accepted: September 17, 2012 Published: November 25, 2012 Is Nigeria’s Unemployment Problem Unsolvable? M.A. Adawo, E.B. Essien and N.U. Ekpo Department of Economics, University of Uyo, Uyo, Nigeria Abstract: Unemployment in Nigeria is alarming. Its measurement by statistical authorities does not pose...

      5026 Words | 15 Pages   Unemployment, Efficiency wage, Labour economics, Minimum wage

  • Unemployment in Nigeria

    Towards solving youth unemployment in Nigeria The federal government recently inaugurated inter-ministerial committee on job fair to address all the identified barriers to job creation and sustainable livelihood in the country, OLUGBENGA SALAMI writes Tell those graduates to stop combing here...

      1352 Words | 5 Pages   Central Bank of Nigeria, Economy of Nigeria

  • Testing the Effects of Human Capital Stock and Accumulation on Economic Growth in Nigeria

    human capital development becomes a central issue for policy makers and practitioners engaged in economic development both at the national and regional level (OECD, 1996). The study of economic growth must start with the study of the people who produce it. They work with their own hands, design...

      14713 Words | 45 Pages   Fiscal policy, Economic inequality, Austerity, Structural adjustment

  • Unemployment- Economics

    UNEMPLOYMENT: Unemployment occurs when a person who is actively searching for employment is unable to find work. Unemployment is often used as a measure of the health of the economy. The most frequently cited measure of unemployment is the unemployment rate. This is the number of unemployed persons...

      758 Words | 3 Pages   Unemployment, Recession, Labor force, Full employment

  • Unemployment : Economics

    second is known as the Keynesian approach. This paper will compare and contrast how each approach’s theory would approach the unemployment rate dilemma in the economy. Unemployment is a macroeconomic phenomenon that directly affects people. When a member of a family is unemployed, the family feels it in...

      487 Words | 2 Pages   Macroeconomics, Free market, Economics, Say's law

  • Unemployment and Economics.

    Unemployment and Economics Unemployment has always been a problem in society where money, and therefore a source of money, are essential for survival. Those individuals who are not able to find work are left without resources and capital with which they can support themselves or a family. Unemployment...

      938 Words | 3 Pages   Business cycle, Phillips curve, Inflation, Labour economics

  • Economics Unemployment

     Analyse the causes of unemployment and the federal government’s macroeconomic policy (monetary and fiscal) to address unemployment in the Australian economy Unemployment is defined as the situation where an individual is actively seeking and willing to obtain employment but is unsuccessful. Since...

      1364 Words | 4 Pages   Recession, Financial crisis of 2007–08, Global financial system, Early 1980s recession

  • Youth Unemployment in Nigeria

    YOUTH UNEMPLOY MENT IN NIGERIA SOLVING THE PROBLEMS FROM THE ROOT SOLVING THE PROBLEMS FROM THE ROOT TABLE OF CONTENTS ✓ ABSTRACT ✓ INTRODUCTION ✓ THE EFFECTS OF YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA ✓ CAUSES OF YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT ✓ LIFE INVESTORS FOUNDATION:...

      4308 Words | 14 Pages   Unemployment, Economy of Nigeria, Youth unemployment, University and college admission

  • Economics Unemployment

    Explain the main causes of unemployment in Australia and discuss the use of government macroeconomic and microeconomic policies to reduce the rate of unemployment. Unemployment refers to a situation where individuals want to work but are unable to find a job, and as a result, labour resources in an...

      1463 Words | 4 Pages   Recession, Inflation, Fiscal policy, Unemployment

  • Effects of Unemployment

    Effects of Unemployment 2011 4/28/2011 High Crime Rate Linked to Low Wages and Unemployment Recent studies show that low wages and unemployment tend to make less educated people commit crimes. The study was done on data between 1979 and 1997, when comparing unemployment...

      3816 Words | 10 Pages   Unemployment, Capitalism, Recession, Layoff

  • Youth Unemployment in Nigeria.

    YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT Unemployment arises whenever the supply of labour exceeds the demand for it at the prevailing wage rate. Causes of unemployment can therefore be analyzed from both the supply and the demand sides of the labour market in Nigeria. On the supply side, there is the rapidly growing...

      465 Words | 2 Pages   Apprenticeship, Unemployment

  • Youth Unemployment in Nigeria

    INTRODUCTION Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and the eighth most populous country in the world with a population of 154, 729,000 citizens. Our nominal GDP is $207. 116 billion and we have a nominal per capita income of $1,4011. Nigeria also has the second largest economy in Africa...

      2464 Words | 9 Pages   Entrepreneurship

  • unemployment causes and solutions in nigeria

    NIGERIA’S HIGH RATE OF UNEMPLOYMENT 18 Sep 2013 The government should move fast to curtail the scourge The chairman of the Subsidy Reinvestment and Employment Programme (Sure-P), Dr. Christopher Kolade, has bemoaned the rising rate of unemployment in the country, saying that no fewer than 40...

      638 Words | 2 Pages   Unemployment, Poverty reduction, Economic growth

  • NIGERIA ECONOMICS

     Emma Chukuka Macro-Economics 201M Professor J. Pakula Nigeria’s Fastest Growing Economy According to the Economist, on Saturday, April 5th 2014, South Africa’s was the largest economy in Africa. The IMF had said that South Africa had a GDP at $354 billion last year, well ahead...

      1251 Words | 5 Pages   Gross domestic product, Unemployment, Economy of Nigeria, Economic growth

  • Economic of Nigeria

    The economy of Nigeria is a middle income, mixed economy emerging market with well-developed financial, legal, communications, transport, and entertainment sectors. It is ranked 31st in the world in terms of GDP (PPP) as of 2009, and its emergent, though currently underperforming manufacturing sector...

      381 Words | 1 Pages   Economy of Nigeria, Economy of Africa, Purchasing power parity, Nigeria

  • The Problem of Unemployment in Nigeria

    Imagine if you had a dose of the flu and decided that you needed to buy some medicine. imagine you go to the shops and find ten individual pharmacies next door to each other, all in a nice neat row and basically all the same. How do you decide which pharmacy to purchase your flu medicine from? do you...

      312 Words | 1 Pages  

  • The Case of Youth Unemployment in Nigeria

    The case of youth unemployment in Nigeria has been a popular discourse with various perspectives to causes and consequences of unemployment. The rate of youth unemployment has been alarming according to the National Bureau of Statistics. In 2004, young people aged between 15-24 years made up 52.9% of...

      712 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Youth Unemployment in Nigeria

    Youth Unemployment in Nigeria INTRODUCTION Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and the eighth most populous country in the world with a population of 154, 729,000 citizens. Our nominal GDP is $207. 116 billion and we have a nominal per capita income of $1, 4011. Nigeria also has the second...

      1213 Words | 4 Pages   Unemployment, Inflation, Employment, Economics

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