The Impact of Monetary Policy on Balance of Payment in Nigeria

The Impact of Monetary Policy on Balance of Payment in Nigeria

In economic literature, divergent views exist on what constitute monetary policy and what the concept of balance of payment is all about, and at the same time what monetary policy seeks to achieve.

According to Udegbunam (2003), “Monetary policy is widely understood to be an important instrument of macro economic demand management, despite the lack of consensus among economics on how it actually works and on the magnitude of its effects on the economy.”  Emeko (2008) also cited this in his study of monetary policy and macroeconomic stability in Nigeria. [Read more…]

Poverty in Nigeria – Poverty Reduction Programme in Nigeria

Poverty in Nigeria – Poverty Reduction Programme in Nigeria

Poverty in Nigeria – A review of earlier works done in the area of poverty, its reduction and challenges are made in this chapter. A lot has been documented on the issue of poverty and strategies for reducing it. As a result, the review here under is rather selective than exhaustive. [Read more…]

Monetary Policy in Nigeria – The Impact of Monetary Policy on Nigeria’s Economic Growth

Monetary Policy in Nigeria – The Impact of Monetary Policy on Nigeria’s Economic Growth

Monetary Policy in Nigeria – Developing countries growth policies are better delivered as full packages since fiscal and monetary policies are inextricable, except in terms of the instruments and implementing authorities. However, monetary policy appears more potent in  correcting short term macroeconomic maladjustments because of the frequency in applying and altering the policy tools, [Read more…]

Census in Nigeria – Developing a Computer Based Census System in Nigeria

Census in Nigeria – Developing a Computer Based Census System in Nigeria

Introduction
Census in Nigeria – Census is of great interest to Nigeria government a population and housing census as a case study of great relevance to the economic, political and socio-cultural planning of a country like Nigeria. [Read more…]

Nigeria Economy – The Effects of Strike on Nigerian Economy

Nigeria Economy – The Effects of Strike on Nigerian Economy

Nigeria Economy – Nigeria is a country which came to be in the year 1914 and got their independent 1960. In Nigeria society the word strike have been an experience, eye witness and very common to citizen, foreigners and all those which are under the umbrella of this nation. The ugly incident started from precolonial to post colonial and even more rampant at this 21 century. [Read more…]

Rural Economies in Nigeria -Impact of Banks in Financing Rural Economies in Nigeria

Rural Economies in Nigeria -Impact of Banks in Financing Rural Economies in Nigeria

INTRODUCTION

Rural Economies in Nigeria – In most developing countries rural economies is both the main traditional pursuit and the key to sustained growth of the modern economy:- Economies growth has give hand in hand with rural economies progress; Stagnation in rural Economies is the principal explanation for poor economies performance profile rising rural economies predicting has been the most important successful indoctrination. [Read more…]

External Debt Management in Nigeria

External Debt Management in Nigeria

External Debt Management in Nigeria – The Evolution

External Debt Management in Nigeria – External debt management refers to the establishment of the conditions of issue and redemption of foreign loans. It follows that debt itself is not evil but lack of optimal utilization of externally derived fund should be associated with proper debt management and servicing problem (Mutallab, 1984). [Read more…]

Foreign Debt Management in Nigeria : The Impact on the Economy

Foreign Debt Management in Nigeria : The Impact on the Economy

Foreign Debt Management in Nigeria – Debt crisis is a serious problem facing the third world countries today, Nigeria being one of them. This problem could be traced from the era of colonization and as a result of incorporation of Nigeria into the third world capitalist system. This problem experienced by these economics has created doubt as to whether development is indeed possible in these nations. [Read more…]

Globalization and Stagnant Growth of Industries in Nigeria and Sub-Saharan Africa

Globalization and Stagnant Growth of Industries in Nigeria and Sub-Saharan Africa

Globalization and Stagnant Growth of Industries in Nigeria and Sub-Saharan Africa –   Obviously, one major problem and consequences of globalization in Sub-Saharan African countries has been the weakening of the manufacturing sector. This situation is not the same with the regions (East Asia) that have based growth on rapid industrialization and structural transformation. [Read more…]

Globalization as It relates to Neo-Colonialism

Globalization as It relates to Neo-Colonialism

Globalization as It relates to Neo-Colonialism –   Globalization can be seen as the process or mean by which an increased proportion of economic, social and cultural activity is carried out across national boarder. The process of globalization has significant economic, business and social implications. [Read more…]

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