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  • 61. IMPLICATION OF TREASURY SINGLE ACCOUNT ON BANKING SECTOR OF NIGERIA AND THE ECON...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Treasury Single Account is a public accounting system under which all government revenue, receipts and income and collected into one single account, usually maintained by the country’s Central Bank and all payments done through this account as well. The purpose is primarily to ensure accountability of government revenue, enhance transparen...Continue Reading »

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  • 62. MORTGAGE ARRANGEMENT IN DEPRESSED ECONOMY (A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL MORTGAGE BANK...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION A prominent feature of real property investment is that it involves the expenditure of money. As a result, investors in real property hardly fund the project alone, instead they borrow part or all their capital requirement from financial institutions. Leanders usually require collateral securities form their borrower before granting loan to them. This provides an avenu...Continue Reading »

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  • 63. THE IMPACT OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON WORKERS PRODUCTIVITY IN LEMON NIG PLC...

    » CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY: The major issue here is the impact of training and development on workers productivity. According to Chukwuemeka (2015:3,7), in his first published text other functions of management (incisive approach) the most valuable assets of any organizations are employees. Hey can as well called human resources. Employees are the people who work for the or...Continue Reading »

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  • 64. THE IMPACT OF THE CASHLESS POLICY ON ECONOMIC GROWTH OF NIGERIA

    » 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDYThe introduction of electronic banking, online transactions and mobile banking in Nigeria has paved way for a new era of development where the use and demand for physical cash is gradually declining. These recent evolution of technology in the Nigerian financial institutions posses interesting questions for economist, financial institutions, business analyst and the gove...Continue Reading »

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  • 65. EFFECTS OF CUSTOMER RETENTION STRATEGY ON THE PERFORMANCE OF DEPOSIT MONEY BANKS...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Customer retention refers to customer’s stated continuation of a business relationship with the firm (Timothy et al, 2007). The banking industry is highly competitive, with banks not only competing among each other, but also with non banks and other financial institution alike (Hull, 2012) most banks product development are easy to duplica...Continue Reading »

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  • 66. THE EFFECT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS STRATEGIES ON THE PRODUCTIVITY IN MANUFACTURING I...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Knowledge of the past forms the basic for an understanding of the present and the future. Many people believe that public relation does have a history which like that of other professions follows a logical line of sequence. In recent years, there have been such studies of related fields propaganda and public opinion. (Examples of public opinion ...Continue Reading »

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  • 67. THE EFFECTS OF LEADERSHIP APPROACH ON ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE IN UNION BANK OF NI...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study The role of leaders in ensuring excellent organisational performance can not be over emphasized. Adequate motivation, suitable work environment, compensation, efficient communication between managers and subordinates play an important role in promoting this goal. Planning and organisation of work is also very crucial in organisational attainment...Continue Reading »

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  • 68. GENETIC EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE AND BLOOD BIOCHEMISTRY.

    » ABSTRACT A study was conducted in a Northern Guinea Savannah region to evaluate the growth, reproductive and blood biochemistry parameters of parents and their offspring in Japanese quail. A total of two hundred and twenty Day old chicks (DOC) were used in the base generation and six hundred and thirty DOC were used in the first generation. A digital scale of sensitivity (0.01 g) was used to take ...Continue Reading »

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  • 69. THE IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM ON BANK LENDING DECISIONS.

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 GENERAL BACKGROUND OF THE SUBJECT MATTER Standard trust bank Plc commenced operation in August 1997 as a commercial bank with five business offices driven by a board of directors a management team and staff focused on revolutionizing the Nigerian banking industry following the resolution of the board of directors at an extra ordinary general meeting on 19th July 2002 the bank becam...Continue Reading »

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  • 70. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND FINANCIAL REPORTING IN NIGERIAN BANKING INDUSTRY.

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM With the increasing dynamism and complexity of modern business operations, coupled with the ever present accounting scandals of high profits companies such as Cadbury plc and Enronlinc have questioned the effectiveness of corporate governance mechanism and the quality of financial reports and the credibility of audit functions.Since ownership is separat...Continue Reading »

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  • 71. THE ROLE OF COMPUTER IN PROMOTING THE EFFICIENCY IN NIGERIA COMMERCIAL BANKS.

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION There is no doubt that recent development in banking industry relating to computerization banks including First Bank Plc Enugu, attracts comments from various organization, individuals government etc. in the society, hence many have written on the problems, benefit and prospects of computerized accounting system in Nigeria. Based on the views of some scholars, one learnt t...Continue Reading »

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  • 72. AN ANALYSIS OF SO-CALLED EXPORT-LED GROWTH

    » ABSTRACT The past half century has witnessed an unprecedented rate of world economic development. One stylized fact found by many empirical studies is that most high growth episodes are usually characterized by high export growth, which leads many people to the conclusion that the export sector has played a leading role in the growth process. For example, Balassa (1978) and Ram (1985) found that e...Continue Reading »

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  • 73. CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

    » ABSTRACT Corruption is an ancient practice that has been traced back to pre biblical times and made itself known in the ancient civilizations of China, Greece, India and Rome. Despite corruption’s long history, the 1990s witnessed a decline in public acceptance. Increasingly, corruption has become an elections issue in numerous countries. Moreover, corruption scandals helped unseat governmen...Continue Reading »

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  • 74. AN ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXCHANGE RATE DEPRECIATION A...

    » Abstract Overtime, Nigeria has experienced persistent depreciation in its exchange rate, with inflationincreasing at opposite dquo;s exchange rate policies to stabilize prices. Exchange rate is key in foreign trade, as no country can satisfy demands of its population by operating close economy due to nations are endowed with varying natural resources. Thus, exchange rate and inflation constitute k...Continue Reading »

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  • 75. AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF FISCAL IMBALANCES AND INFLATION

    » ABSTRACT Inflation is generally associated with monetary expansion. Pakistan’s experience is not different from other countries. As a matter of fact, rise in general price level can be mapped on growth of money supply. Although immediate cause of inflation is associated with money growth, developments in monetary stance are indicative of other sectors of the economy. In Pakistan, it is gener...Continue Reading »

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  • 76. BANK LENDING, ECONOMIC GROWTH AND THE PERFORMANCE OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN...

    » ABSTRACT There has been a growing concern on the decline of the output of the manufacturing sector in Nigeria in recent times, despite the fact that the government embarked on several strategies aimed at improving industrial production and capacity utilization of the sector. This worry is understandable in view of the fact that it has been generally acclaimed, through the Kaldor’s first law,...Continue Reading »

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  • 77. CAPITAL MARKET DEVELOPMENT IN A SMALL COUNTRY

    » ABSTRACT Financial intermediation in Slovenia relies mostly on the banking system with established lending relationships, while the development of the non bank financial sector is far behind EU peers. The dominance of bank lending has resulted in a lack of equity financing, in particular to start ups and small and medium sized enterprises (SME) as bank lending is biased towards existing corporatio...Continue Reading »

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  • 78. CAPITAL FLOWS

    » ABSTRACT Recent financial crisis in Turkey as well as in Mexico revived the interest in the question of capital flows in developing countries. This paper examines the issue of capital flows with special reference to Turkey. Given that there is no one generally accepted definition of capital flight and hot money, the magnitude of capital flows will tried to be measured, using the most suitable defi...Continue Reading »

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  • 79. CAPITAL MARKET DEVELOPMENT: THE ROAD AHEAD

    » ABSTRACT This paper presents a synthesis of presentations and discussions at a Joint UNITAR/ WAIFEM Sub Regional Workshop on Capital Market Development for West African Nations (Accra%e workshop drew on the expertise of resource persons from the U.S.A, Poland and Nigeria. As part of this initiative UNITAR had the privilege of collaborating with the West African Institute for Financial and Economic...Continue Reading »

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  • 80. CAPITAL MOBILITY, MONETIZATION, AND MONEY DEMAND:EVIDENCE FROM AFRICA

    » ABSTRACT Empirical research regarding money demand relationships has been directed towards the identification of a few key economic variables that determine desired money balances. The typical money demand specification includes real income to represent the budget constraint. and the returns of one or more alternative assets to measure the opportunity cost of holding money. The demand function als...Continue Reading »

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