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effects of public injection/ expenditure towards human capital development and economic growth

Economic Growth which is the quantitative increase in output of goods and services in an economy at a particular point in time (i.e. Increase in production level of every sector of the economy) is one of the most important attributes of the macro-economic goals which every economy aims to achieve but Economic Development is sustained growth in the ... Continue Reading


review of the course contents of bus 213 (co-operative development)

Bus 213 is a code given to a course titled Co-operative Development. The course is being offered the whole students in the school of business studies, but housed in the Department of Co-operative Economics and Management (CEM). It was offered during the first semester of my NDII. The course was provided with the aim to enrich the students invol... Continue Reading


audit tenure and quality of financial reporting in nigeria

Abstract Measurement of audit quality over the years has been treated thoroughly. The relationship between audit tenure and audit quality is treated in this research. The research instrument used in collecting data is the questionnaire, which is a primary method of data collection. The analytical instrument used is the Pearson’s correlation techni... Continue Reading


the role of non-governmental organizations (ngo) in community development

ABSTRACT This study examined the role of Non-governmental organization (NGO) in community development. (A case study of DEC, Enugu). There of heterogeneity rather than homogeneity with Non-government organization, making the tack of developing, consistent and workable policies to be difficult. In order of such policies to be developed, dear unde... Continue Reading


firm age and profitability: evidence from nigeria

Abstract This study sought to investigate firm Age and Profitability: Evidence from Nigeria. The main objective of this study is to determine if firm age affect the profitability of non-financial companies in Nigeria and also to know if older firms out performs younger firms. Age can have adverse effects on performance also because of the organiza... Continue Reading


impact of population growth on the unemployment level in nigeria (1981-2013)

The alarming rate of population growth and unemployment in Nigeria currently calls for great concern among policy makers to formulate effective and efficient economic policies to arrest this ugly trend. In recent time, one of the greatest problems of population growth in Nigeria is not simply a problem of numbers, it is a problem of human welfare ... Continue Reading


agricultural development drivers and economic growth of nigeria (1970-2015)

ABSTRACT In recent decades, the main and potential contribution of agriculture to economic growth has been a subject of much controversy among development economists. As some contend that agricultural development is a pre-condition for industrialization, others strongly object it and argue for a different path. This study tries to look at the d... Continue Reading


financing of co-operative

ABSTRACT This research work was undertaken to access and highlight on the aspect of financing cooperative societies in Enugu State precisely in Igbo Etiti Local Government Area. The work intends to advance the following. To pinpoint those factors hindering the financing of cooperative society in Enugu State. To show case the different methods in w... Continue Reading


effective administration of credit in co-operative credit enterprise

ABSTRACT This research is an attempt to bring to light the effectiveness of credit administration in co-operative credit society in various co-operative societies based in Enugu South Local Government Area of Enugu State. This research has five chapters with introduction. It tells about the meaning of co-operative credit society, ... Continue Reading


co-operative federations: opportunity and threats in a capitalist economy

ABSTRACT Capitalism is seen as an economic system or market economy was there is free allocation of market resources and free private participation in economic activities. The capitalist concept is manifested in the early 19th century, the period of industrial revolution. Since this period to the present date, capitalism has controlled the econo... Continue Reading


financial sector development in nigeria and economic performance

ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of the Financial Sector development on the economic performance in Nigeria. The Time series data from 1986-2015 was imputed into the regression equation using some econometric techniques like Augmented Dickey Fuller(ADF) test, Johansen Co-integration test, Ordinary Least Square Regression... Continue Reading


a study of the role and performance effectiveness of professional secretaries

In this world it is known that professions have remarkable features that differentiation them from other professions depending on the effectiveness of the profession. The layman’s idea about a profession is the nature of the job carried out by the members of the profession and its importance to the society. This is the reason it is mostly agreed t... Continue Reading


local production and it impact in nigeria economy

Abstract The purpose of this study is to examine local production and its impact on Nigeria economy. This study adopted the survey, ex post facto and descriptive research design for both quantitative and qualitative analysis. It is ex-post facto research design in that the data generated were already put in place and are not subject to the manipul... Continue Reading


impact of oil export on economic growth in nigeria from 1970-2006

This study is designed to investigate the impact of oil export on economic growth in Nigeria. The hypothesis is therefore postulated as follow: Ho: There is no statistically significant relationship between oil export and economic growth in Nigeria. Continue Reading


tax reforms act and the nigerian economic development

Abstract This study examines tax reforms and the Nigeria economic development. Its main objective is to examine the tax reforms and the economic development of Nigeria. The primary source of data collection was used in gathering data from respondents. A structured questionnaire was designed by the researcher and validity by two experts from the st... Continue Reading


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