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impact of housing cooperative societies on economic growth

Abstract Housing problems in Nigeria are multi-dimensional. They occur both in the urban and rural areas. They are qualitative, quantitative, psychological and socio-cultural in nature. These problems are consequences of the inability and ineffectiveness of both the public and private sectors to meet the housing needs of the populace. As a resul... Continue Reading

Economics

the importance of studying economics of co-operation as a qualifying subject

The entire development of a business enterprise in a particular country required difference institutional frame work. One of such institutional frame work is the co-operative business enterprise. The word co-operative can have different interpretation. In a lay man’s language, it means working together or working mutually. Another interpreta... Continue Reading

Economics

leadership role and cooperative promotion

ABSTRACT In this research work titled “Leadership Role and Cooperative Promotion in Nkanu West Of Enugu State” Data for the study was sourced from two main sources Primary and Secondary. Primary data were sourced from the use of questionnaires and oral interviews. Secondary data were sourced from journals, and other relevant materials. Extensive l... Continue Reading

Economics

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

Economics

role of government in co-operative development

ABSTRACT The Role of Government in Co-operative Development emphasis on the economic growth of the nation and the eradication/alleviation of poverty among the populace. The significant of the contribution of government towards the growth of co-operative society in the country (Nigeria) cannot be over emphasized because it has brought about th... Continue Reading

Economics

poverty incidences in nigeria: causes and consequences (1980-2008)

ABSTRACT This study on the poverty incidences in Nigeria: causes and consequences, is an investigation into how the incidence of poverty has been in Nigeria over time specifically within the scope of 1980 to 2008. It examines the causes, consequences and measures of poverty. A descriptive analysis was carried out within the given time frame (1980... Continue Reading

Economics

analysis of human capital formation and economic development in nigeria (1981-2015)

ABSTRACT This research work tries to investigate the analysis of human capital formation and economic development in Nigeria between 1981 to 2015. Major issues such as human capital formation and economic development, human capital formulated efforts in Nigeria, strategies for human capital development; problems of human capital formation in Nig... 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

share price volatility and economic growth of nigeria (1987-2016)

ABSTRACT This research work was conducted to ascertain the effect of share price volatility on the economic growth of Nigeria. The research used series of test such as the unit root test that was used to test for stationarity, the co-integration test was used to check for the long run and short run relationship between the variables, and the er... Continue Reading

Economics

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

unemployment and co-operative societies

ABSTRACT In reality, during the course of research report, there are some obvious points when remembered do help to understand what the project work is all about. First of all, a critical look is taken to know and find the invaluable role of National Directorate of Employment in combating the danger of unemployment as specified in its four ... Continue Reading

Economics

the study of the impact of the origin in the development of crop in nigeria

ABTRACTS Over the years, there has been a high rate of business failure in both private and public sector . analysis and the review of the problem has shown that the provision of capital and technology alone cannot avert the situation. The situation can be change through a communal living. Establishment of co-operative society and there stay und... Continue Reading

Economics

assessment of the implication of electronic banking in nigeria banks

Before the emergence of modern banking system, banking operation was manually done which lead to a slow down in settlement of transactions. This manual system involves posting transactions from one ledger to another which human handles. Figures or counting of money which should be done through computers or electronic machine were computed and count... 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

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

Economics

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