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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

Economics

assessment of the impact of manufacturing sector on economic growth in nigeria (1980-2015)

Abstract The importance of manufacturing sector to the growth of any economy and survival cannot be overemphasized. In an attempt to advance on this, this study attempts to investigate the assessment of the impact of manufacturing sector on economic growth in Nigeria from 1980 2015, Ordinary Least Square (OLS) econometric technique was use... Continue Reading

Economics

marketing agricultural products through consumers cooperative societies

Recognizing Nigeria’s tremendous Agricultural potentials, the government has accepted the view that the country should resolve to make agriculture the main source of living of the economy and to Enugu state. Agricultural development has to with the increase of the agricultural productivity to be able to generate substantial surpluses. Continue Reading

Economics

the problems associated with co-operative auditing

ABSTRACT Co-operative Audit is one of the statutory duties of the Co-operative director, is the act of examining the account book of co-operative societies to insure accountability in the management of co-operative fund. This aspect of the duties of co-operative director is very essential to the viability of co-operative societies towards the att... Continue Reading

Economics

feasibility studies a requirement for starting a new cooperative business in nigeria

ABSTRACT The project is focused on feasibility studies: a requirement for starting a new cooperative business in Nigeria. The importance of a well prepared feasibility study in the cause cooperative information and investment drive cannot be over emphasized. Continue Reading

Economics

a study of effects of poor office environment on the secretary’s job performance

ABSTRACT This research work “The effects of poor office environment on the secretary’s job performance” was carried out with the overall aim of finding out the effects of poor office environment on the secretarys job performance. Institute of management an dtechnology was used as a case study. The data for this study was ... Continue Reading

Economics

the survey of the factors affecting the growth of co-operative society

ABSTRACT The study was conducted to examine the survey of the factors Affecting the Growth of Co-operative Society in Enugu Metropolis, 2003 2005. In pursuance of this investigation, this research work covers five chapters: chapter one deals with introduction, background of the study, statement of the problem, purpose of the study, Continue Reading

Economics

the role of international agencies in increasing agricultural production in nigeria

ABSTRACT Considering the abundant agro-opportunities around the country, Nigeria has no justifiable reasons to constitute part of the over one billion people currently facing danger of hunger across the world due to lack of increase in agricultural production. It has been noted that one of the reasons for the establishment of Enugu State comm... Continue Reading

Economics

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

Economics

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

Economics

the importance of studying principles and economics of co-operative as a qualifying subject

ABSTRACT The problems faced by co-operatives and students studying co-operative Economics stems from their lack of understanding of the co-operative principles and the uniqueness of the co-operative Business Enterprise. In this project the principles of co-operative were reviewed to enable readers understand the basic concept underlying the co-op... Continue Reading

Economics

evaluation of stock and control system

Stock can be defined as goods available for sale, distribution or use and goods kept by a trader or shopkeeper. There are varieties of inventories existing in a manufacturing company. The inventory includes: Raw materials Work in progress Finished goods According to Omolehinwa (1985... Continue Reading

Economics

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

Economics

a study on co-operative thrift and loan society

ABSTRACT This research project titled “Co-operative Thrift and Loan Society of Federal Ministry of Industry and Technology, Owerri, Imo state. The study was motivated by the necessity of requirement for the award of Higher National Diploma in Co-operative Economics and Management of Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), Enugu. It aimed... Continue Reading

Economics

the effect of exchange rate on balance of payment in nigeria

Abstract This project examines the effect of exchange rate on balance of payment in Nigeria. The broad objective of the study is to ascertain the extent to which exchange rate determines the balance of payment and also to determine the relationship between national income and balance of payment. The problem of foreign exchange inadequacy, dep... Continue Reading

Economics

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