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human side of economic management in Nigeria

by Bashir Ikara

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Published by N.T.I., P.M.B. in Kaduna .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria
    • Subjects:
    • Nigeria -- Economic policy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Bashir Ikara.
      ContributionsCentre for Management Development, Lagos.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC1055 .I388 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 55 p. ;
      Number of Pages55
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1912563M
      ISBN 109781654619
      LC Control Number90119400

      in economics is an example of that prevalent employment of analogy” “Mea- surement of Economic Growth”, Tasks of Economic History, Supplement to the Journal of Economic History, VII (), pp. I. See, for example, R. HOFSTADER, Social Darwinism in American Thought.   While corruption and abuse of power long have been features of Nigeria’s economic and political landscapes, they do not have to remain in the country’s future. Studies designed to examine the positive challenges of good leadership as an ongoing leadership process (Northouse, ) may have application to Nigeria’s future.

      Waste Management in Contemporary Nigeria: The Abuja Example Oyeniyi, Bukola Adeyemi doctoral candidate, Institute of History, University Leiden, the Netherlands. Abstract Environmental hazards of varying magnitude dangerously threaten human and animal lives in most urban centers in Nigeria. public expenditure, oil revenue and economic growth in nigeria According to Adedipe (), by the time Nigeria became politically independent in October , agriculture was the dominant sector of the economy, contributing about 70% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), employing about the same percentage of the working population, and.

      Economic development can be referred to as the quantitative and qualitative changes in an existing economy. Economic development involves development of human capital, increasing the literacy ratio, improve important infrastructure, improvement of health and safety, and other areas that aims at increasing the general welfare of the citizens. The economy of Nigeria is a middle-income, mixed economy and emerging market, with expanding manufacturing, financial, service, communications, technology and entertainment sectors. [citation needed] It is ranked as the 27th-largest economy in the world in terms of nominal GDP, and the 24th-largest in terms of purchasing power a has the largest economy in Africa; its re-emergent.


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Human side of economic management in Nigeria by Bashir Ikara Download PDF EPUB FB2

HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA. CHAPTER ONE. INTRODUCTION. BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY. The concept of human capital refers to the abilities and skills of human resources of a country, while human capital development refers to the process of acquiring and increasing the number of persons who have the skills, education and experience that are critical for economic.

HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: AN EMPERICAL ANALYSIS. Abstract. This study examined and analyzed the impact of human capital development on economic growth in Nigeria, using time series data of 32 years spanning todata utilized for the study were extracted from secondary sources i.e.

journals and publications, CBN and NBS. [Show full abstract] tries to investigate the critical relationship between economic growth and human development for the six major economies around the world during the time period The.

This study on human resource management challenges in Nigeria under a globalized economy in Innoson motors manufacturing company Ltd Nnewi is a great concern to Nigerian economy in its Journal of Policy and Development Studies Vol.

9, No. 4, August   Human Capital Development and Economic Growth in Nigeria. Human capital is an important factor used in converting all resources to benefit humanity. Therefore, human capital development is strategic to the socio-economic development of a nation and includes education, health, labour and employment.

The Paradox of Education and Economic Growth in Nigeria. An Empirical Evidence in Human Resources Development in Africa Selected Paper for the YearAnnual Conference of the Nigeria Economic Society (NES), Part Five (pp, ). Babatunde, M.A, & R.A Adefabi ().

Nigeria Today Malaysia m Population m % Population growth % $bn () GDP (current US$) $bn () $ GDP per capita $3, GDP per capita on a $ purchasing price parity basis $8, Exports of goods and % services as % of GDP % Source: NIGERIA.

Nevertheless, most organizations are characterized by lack of funding for human resource management research and development. Nigeria’s democracy has enhanced the practice of HRM, determining the quota of expatriates it permits. Nigeria’s economy allows the importation of new technologies to enhance HRM, but training is still a bit slow, thus.

Nigeria, despite being a major exporter of crude oil, still imports refined petroleum products worth several billions of USD a year.

Nigeria is a heavy importer of food despite the abundance of. Nigeria Vision Economic Transformation Blueprint: Work – In – Progress as at 26/10/09 Not For Circulation INTRODUCTION The NV economic transformation blueprint is a long term plan for stimulating Nigerias economic growth and launching the country onto a path of sustained and rapid socio-economic development.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA THROUGH THE AGRICULTURAL, MANUFACTURING AND MINING SECTORS: AN ECONOMETRIC APPROACH by DENNIS CHIEKWEIRO UZOIGWE Thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of PhD (ECONOMICS) in the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences at the UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA.

Nigeria - Nigeria - Economy: The Nigerian economy is one of the largest in Africa. Since the late s it has been based primarily on the petroleum industry. A series of world oil price increases from produced rapid economic growth in transportation, construction, manufacturing, and government services.

Because this led to a great influx of rural people into the larger urban centres. Nigeria’s economic diplomacy is fundamentally aimed at the diversification of its economic base, expansion of its international market, attraction of foreign capital and the management of debt.

Essentially, this paper examined how Nigeria’s economic diplomatic engagements had engendered or otherwise undermined its development. This study is aimed at examining empirically the effect of human capital on economic growth and the objectives of the study include; To ascertain the impact of education on economic growth in Nigeria.

Does openness to trade and human capital promote faster economic growth. To make policy recommendations based on the findings of the research. Nigeria’s economic history since its independence in has been largely characterised by incessant degradation and inconsistency, coupled with increasing unemployment, poverty, Published at The Annual Conference of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Practitioners’ Association of Nigeria (NASA), Department of Sociology.

Nigeria that would be made possible through four key policies of wealth creation, employment generation, poverty eradication and value reorientation. Using evidence from political and economic variables, this study examines the politics of economic reforms in Nigeria, analyzing NEEDS and SAP.

Determinants of Economic Growth in Nigeria Ajide results mostly stems from mediating mechanism2 by which effects of FDI spillovers on the receiving countries are impacted. Observably, several factors like trade policy regime, quality of human resources, level of domestic.

The impact of human capital development on economic growth of Nigeria. The research analyses the role of human capital development on Nigeria economic growth, the policies government has developed so far to improve human capital in nigeria, the reason why some failed and how all this play roles in driving the economic growth of the country.

Keywords: Bounds Test, Economic Growth, Endogeneity, Human Capital Development, Nigeria 1. Introduction The role of human capital in economic growth cannot be overemphasized. The development of human capital has been recognized by economists to be a key prerequisite for a country’s socio-economic and political transformation.

But then, insurgency exacerbated low levels of education and literacy in Nigeria`s North East region (Baba, ).In same vein, Onuoha, () and Awojobi () posit that a. Top Five Major Economic Problems in Nigeria Today and Solutions.

Nigeria is a country endowed with abundance of human and natural resources. However these resources are not put to good use.

As a result, majority continue to wallow in poverty. Basic amenities. Thuku, G.K., G. Paul and O. Almadi (): “The Impact of Population Change on Economic Growth in Kenya” International Journal of Economics and Management Sciences, Vol.

3(6), pp [46] Uche, E., O. A. Ihugha and C. Nwosu (): “Causal Relationship between Nigeria Government Budget Allocation to the Education Sector and Economic.Within some 18 years, Nigeria had declined from being a low middle income country and amongst the fifty richest countries in the world to one of the 30 poorest.

The major causes of the decline in Nigeria's economic fortunes have been political instability and bad governance, most especially in the s.