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IMPLICATIONS OF THE NEW NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE ON THE SOCIO -ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA

By Nwambuko, Temple Chukwukadibia, Amaechi, Obinna Charles, et al

IMPLICATIONS OF THE NEW NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE ON THE SOCIO -ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA

Published: 30/06/2019

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Revenue Generation in Enugu State Local Governments, Nigeria: An Assessment of Tax Contractors

By Amaechi, Obinna Charles

Revenue Generation in Enugu State Local Governments, Nigeria: An Assessment of Tax Contractors

Published: 01/03/2017

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THE BASIS FOR DEFINING ETHNIC AND CULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY IN NIGERIA: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

By Victor S. Umanah, and Chukwuma Amogu Kalu

THE BASIS FOR DEFINING ETHNIC AND CULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY IN NIGERIA: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

Published: 16/06/2019

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Prevalence and risk factors associated with brucellosis among high-risk individuals in Lafia, Nasarawa state, Nigeria

By Charity Ashe’osla Agada

Prevalence and risk factors associated with brucellosis among high-risk individuals in Lafia, Nasarawa state, Nigeria

Published: 23/09/2018

Tags: age, brucellosis, humans, Lafia, prevalence, profession.

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DEVELOPMENT OF A MOBILE APPLICATION FOR FLOOD SURVEILLANCE IN SOUTHWEST NIGERIA

By Edeh Michael Onyema

DEVELOPMENT OF A MOBILE APPLICATION FOR FLOOD SURVEILLANCE IN SOUTHWEST NIGERIA

Published: 10/01/2018

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Published: 15/05/2019

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Population Growth, Urbanization and Unemployment in Nigeria

By Goodluck I. Nwaogwugwu & Ugwu Henry

Population Growth, Urbanization and Unemployment in Nigeria

Published: 13/11/2017

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RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IN ARTS, HUMANITIES AND CULTURE EDUCATION

By Ruth Ebere Ihedigbo & Goodluck I. Nwaogwugwu

RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IN ARTS, HUMANITIES AND CULTURE EDUCATION

Published: 10/11/2016

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Use of Contraceptives among the Youth in Isiala Ngwa North Local Government Area of Abia State

By Goodluck I. Nwaogwugwu

Use of Contraceptives among the Youth in Isiala Ngwa North Local Government Area of Abia State

Published: 15/05/2017

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Prebendalism and Budget Authorization in the Nigerian Legislature

By Amaechi, Obinna Charles, Amadi, Cletus Okechukwu, Ph.d, et al

Prebendalism and Budget Authorization in the Nigerian Legislature

Published: 31/07/2018

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Contending Issues in Tax Contracting for Revenue Generation in Nigeria

By Obinna Charles Amaechi*, Severus Ifeanyi Odoziobodo, Phd, et al

Contending Issues in Tax Contracting for Revenue Generation in Nigeria

Published: 02/10/2017

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TRADE AS A DIPLOMATIC CHANNEL IN PRE-COLONIAL IGBO DIPLOMACY-THE NNEWI EXAMPLE

By Nzereogu, Daniel Chukwuma

TRADE AS A DIPLOMATIC CHANNEL IN PRE-COLONIAL IGBO DIPLOMACY-THE NNEWI EXAMPLE

Published: 14/02/2019

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Evaluation of 6-Gingerol and its modifed analogues as therapeutic candidates against Schistosoma mansoni phosphofructokinase

By Olanrewaju A. Durojaye,* Bennett C. Nwanguma,* Parker E. Joshua, Joyce O. Ogidigo, Samuel Cosmas, Rita O. Asomadu, Judith N. Obeta

Evaluation of 6-Gingerol and its modifed analogues as therapeutic candidates against Schistosoma mansoni phosphofructokinase

Published: 12/03/2019

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Investigating the Nexus between Institutional Quality and Stock Market Development in Nigeria: An Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) Approach

By Charles O. Manasseh, Timothy E. Mathew, et al

This study investigates the nexus between institutional quality and stock market development. The Autoregressive Distributed Lag Model (ARDL (1,1)) and ARDL bounds testing procedure (Pesaran et al., 2001) was adopted for the estimation. We used annual time series data that covers the periods 1985 to 2013. Institutional quality is measured with corruption control, democratic accountability and bureaucratic quality, while stock market development is measured with market capitalization ratio. The institutional quality captures the degree of transparency and the level of investors’ confidence while market capitalization measures overall performance. In addition, we also accounted for the influence of the banking sector (proxy: ratio of credit to the private sector). We control for the influence of variables such as stock market liquidity and per capita income. The results of the bounds test suggest that institutional quality and market development move together in the long run. Further investigation also shows that corruption control and democratic accountability are key institutional measures that impact significantly on stock market development, suggesting that institutional quality promotes the degree of transparency and investors’ confidence. Other variables such as stock market liquidity, bureaucratic quality and per capita income were also found to be important determinants of stock market development in Nigeria. Hence, given the above findings, the relevant authorities should increase their efforts to control the level of corruption through the enhancement of the regulatory framework that could ensure accountability and efficient monitoring of the market actors for the sustainability of investors’ confidence and the promotion of stock market development in Nigeria.

Published: 06/09/2018

Tags: Investigating, Nexus, Institutional

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Quest for Industrialization in Nigeria: The Role of the Development Bank of Nigeria

By Jonathan E. Ogbuabor, Anthony Orji, et al

The benefits of industrialization in employment generation, poverty reduction, improved living standard, improved economic growth and development, balance of payment stability, self-reliance, stimulation of other sectors of the economy, and development of skilled manpower have been well established in the literature. However, access to finance for industrial development has remained a key challenge in Nigeria. In view of this, this paper describes what the structure and operations of the Development Bank of Nigeria (DBN) should be so that the Bank will not only deliver on the core mandate of empowering micro, small and medium scale enterprises (MSMEs) but also support the nation’s quest for industrialization by adequately funding national priority projects in the areas of infrastructure, basic industries, energy, transportation, and the likes. The paper argues that limiting the mandate of the DBN only to facilitating credits for MSMEs in the informal sector will not go far in advancing Nigeria’s quest for industrialization.

Published: 06/09/2018

Tags: Industrialization, Development Banking, Economic Development, Nigeria

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