Reflating a depressed Nigerian economy (ABU social science monograph series) ePub download
- ISBN: 9783033115
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Dept. of Economics, Ahmadu Bello University (1988)
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Pp. 67. Robert L. Curry (a1). Department of Economics, California State University, Sacramento.
Ononogbo, R . User satisfaction in a depressed economy: Strategies for Nigerian University Libraries. Ibadan, 9-11 November 1987.
The economy of Nigeria is a middle-income, mixed economy and emerging market, with expanding manufacturing, financial, service, communications, technology and entertainment sectors
The economy of Nigeria is a middle-income, mixed economy and emerging market, with expanding manufacturing, financial, service, communications, technology and entertainment sectors. It is ranked as the 27th-largest economy in the world in terms of nominal GDP, and the 22nd-largest in terms of purchasing power parity
Social Science Methodology speaks across paradigms.
Social Science Methodology speaks across paradigms. It is a 'must read' not just for graduate students, but for scholars across fields as Gerring gets to the core of what social scientists do. The bottom line is that readers reach a practical end, which is knowing what approach to use when and how to adapt based on the question posed. Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Vernal Riffe Professor of Political Science, Courtesy Professor of Sociology, and Director of the Program in Statistics and Methodology, Ohio State University.
Abu-Bader and Abu-Qarn (2005) in an attempt to examine the relationship between financial development and economic growth in Egypt, analyzed time series annual data from 1960 to 2001 using VAR methodology on four.
The ‘a priori’ expectations are determined by the principles of economic theory and refer to the expected relationship between the explained variable and the explanatory variable(s). It is expected that B1, B2, B3< 0 while B4, B5 0.
This study, business forecasting imperatives in a depressed economy: The Nigeria case takes a careful and cursory but scholarly look at the importance of Business Forecasting in the management of Business Enterprises, especially in a depressed economy like Nigeria’s. The world has become dynamic and uncertain and the business world is not left out in the change that is sweeping globally across all spheres, especially in the management of business enterprises.
Most rich economies are now facing recession. Dismal export prospects will also depress manufacturing investment next year. The package includes public works, social welfare and tax reform. But if China, the world's third-biggest economy, can manage to sustain reasonably robust growth, it will help to cushion global output. Residential property construction is likely to continue to fall at least until mid-year, which, in turn, will reduce demand in industries such as steel and cement.
The depress in Nigeria economy and the role of auditors has played to revamp the economy is a concern to all. This particular study therefore studied the whole phenomenon of depress as to the causes procedures for classifying the economy as depressed and them evaluating critically th. . This particular study therefore studied the whole phenomenon of depress as to the causes procedures for classifying the economy as depressed and them evaluating critically the roles plays by the auditors. After evaluating all these the roles of the auditor was then examined to determine if to date the auditors has lived up to expectation or of he should be held liable for depress.
A phenomenal expansion of the Nigerian university system began with the oil boom of the 1970s. Following a downturn in the nation's economy and the introduction of structural adjustment programmes, government subventions to Nigerian universities have dropped appreciably, and in real terms the universities have suffered considerable decline in purchasing power. Institutional structures for monitoring efficiency have played an important role in efforts to maintain academic standards; but in the face of continued uncontrolled expansion and in the absence of basic facilities for teaching and.