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On The Disaggregated Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria
(Faculty of Social Sciences Delta State University -Abraka, 2004)
The study examines the disaggregated effects of FDI flows to mmll1g and quarry, manufacturing and processing and business and trade to economic growth in Nigeria using time series data from 1960 to 2011. The study employs ...
Okun's Law Revisted : Evidence for Nigeria (1980- 2014)
This paper analyzes the applicability of Okun's law to the Nigerian economy. Analysis of Okuri's law serves as an interesting case study due to the noticeable high level of unemployment rate as well as high growth in ...
On the Directional Causality Between Government Spending and Economic Growth in Nigeria Using Wagnerian or Keynesian Models.
(Faculty of Business Administration, University of Lagos., 2015)
This paper examines the causality between government spending and economic growth along with external reserve in a VAR technique by applying Granger causality/Block Exogeneity approach to Nigerian data for the period 196 ...
Global Shocks and their Impact on Nigeria: Lessons from Global Financial Crisis
(European Scientific Institute, 2012-08)
Developed a-five variable VAR model of the Nigeria economy for period 1970 – 2010, the study tested the general wisdom, ―Global financial crisis does not impact on Nigeria economy‖. Data were mainly sourced from both the ...
Bail-Outs, Banking and Currency Crises: A Theoretical Analysis of Basic Model with Close Linkages
(Department of Economics, University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria., 2016)
The coincidence of banking and currency crises associated with the financial crisis has drawn renewed attention to the factor linking the two phenomena. This paper analyzed the underlying close links between currency and ...
Remittances Financial Deepening and Economic Performance in Nigeria
(Department of Economics, University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria., 2012)
Despite the increasing importance of remittances in total international capital flows, the relationship between remittances and growth has not been adequately studied. This study tests the hypothesis whether remittances ...
The Industrial Impact of Oil Price Shocks in Nigeria: (1970- 2010)
(European Scientific Institute, 2012)
This paper examines the industrial impact of oil price shocks in Nigeria from 1970-2009, the econometric approaches adopted in the paper is the VAR impulse response. This study came out with empirical evidence that will ...
On The Directional Causality between Government Spending and Economic Growth in Nigeria Using Wagnerian or Keynesian Models
(The Faculty of Business Administration, University of Lagos, 2015)
This paper examines the causality between government spending and economic growth along with external reserve in a VAR technique by applying Granger causality/Block Exogeneity approach to Nigerian data for the period ...
Determinants of Migrants' Remittances in Nigeria: An Econometrics Analysis
(Centre for Promoting Ideas, New York, 2012-07)
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Does Philips Relations Really Exist in Nigeria? Empirical Evidence
(Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2013)
The paper examines the existence and the stability of Phillips relations for Nigeria, using time series data from 1970 to 2010. Graphical, Augmented Dickey Fuller and Phi lip Peron unit root tests were employed to check ...