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Female Education and Nigeria's Development Strategies : Lots of Talk, Little Action?
(Sage Publications, Los Angeles, 2007)
This article analyses the various strategies and policies implemented by successive Nigerian governments since the 1985 Nairobi Declaration and the World Declaration on Education for All, and ascertains whether policy ...
Governance, Public Spending and Human Development Outcomes in Nigeria: a Critical Assesment
(Faculty of Social Sciences, in Conjunction with Sociology Department, University of Lagos, Lagos State., 2010)
The Economic Context of Gender Equality in Nigeria
(Concept Publications Limited, 2004-04)
Investment in Education and Economic Growth in Nigeria:an Empirical Approach
(Eurojournals Publishing Inc., 2010)
The crucial role education plays in the overall development of a nation cannot be overemphasized. It is not only seen as a key to poverty reduction and vehicle for promoting equity, fairness and social justice but also ...
Female Education for Growth and Structural Transformation in Nigeria : an Empirical Investigation
(Nigerian Economic Society, 2012-07)
The broad objective of this paper is to provide quantitative evidence on the role of female education in the growth and transformation process in Nigeria, using the co-integration and error correction techniques. The ...
Women Participation in Nigeria's Democratization Process: Some Socio-Economic Considerations
(Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos., 2004-12)
The relative importance of women as positive contributors to economic development has long been recognized. The United Nations has been pioneering the mainstreaming of gender perspective into development planning and ...
Trends, Behavioral Patterns and Growth Implications of Foreign Private Capital Flows in Nigeria
(The Icfai University Press, 2008-09)
This paper is a contribution to the often-debated role of foreign capital flows into economies of developing countries. This paper examines the magnitude and impact of foreign private capital flows on economic performance ...
Effect of Public Educational Spending and Macroeconomic Uncertainty on Schooling Outcomes: Evidence from Nigeria
This study examines the effect of government educational spending and macroeconomic uncertainty on schooling outcomes in Nigeria using the econometric methods of co integration and error correction mechanism together with ...
The Determinants of Manufacturing Sector Growth Performance in Nigeria, 1972-2002
This paper explores the determinants of growth performance in the Nigerian manufacturing Industry during the period 1972 to 2002. The econometric evidence confirms that index of openness, exchange rate deregulation policy, ...
Higher Education and Economic Growth in Nigeria: an Empirical Investigation
(Serials Publications, New Delhi, 2011-06)
This study is an attempt to provide empirical evidence on the effect of higher education proxied by tertiary school enrollment and graduate turnout on economic growth in Nigeria during the period 1977 to 2007. The data ...