Free Essays on Population Growth And Economic Development In Nigeria

  1. Consequence of Population Growth on Econmic Development I Nigeria

    EFFECT OF POPULATION ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: A QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT ADEDIRAN OLANREWAJU ADEWOLE* __________________________________________________________ ABSTRACT: This study examines the effect of population on economic development in Nigeria. Thus, Malthusian theory of population is relevant...

  2. Relationship between Economic Growth and Community Development -Nigerian Examples

    Relationship between Economic Growth and Community Development -Nigerian Examples By John Paul Akinduro Post Graduate Diploma (Blended) Submitted to: The School of Media and Communication Pan Atlantic University, Lagos November 2013 Table of contents Abstract……………………………………………………………………………………3 ...

  3. art and science

    Business and Social Science Vol. 2 No. 15; August 2011 ECONOMIC GROWTH AND POVERTY REDUCTION IN NIGERIA GAFAR .T. IJAIYA MUKAILA. A. IJAIYA RAJI .A. BELLO MICHAEL .A. AJAYI Abstract Studies on economic growth indicates that economic growth is essential for poverty reduction, especially when it...

  4. Project Topic on Youth Unemploment and Social Problem in Nigeria

    ©2012 American Journal of Social Issues & Humanities Rising Youth Unemployment and Violent Crime in Nigeria Okechukwu Odinaka Ajaegbu Department of Sociology University of Ibadan Ibadan, Nigeria Phone: +2348064113068 Email: ajaegbuodina@yahoo.com Abstract Violent crimes such as murder, armed...

  5. Problems of Manpower Development in Nigeria.

    PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS OF MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA. Omotosho Fatimah Olamide Department of Economics, University of Lagos INTRODUCTION The development of indigenous manpower to serve as...

  6. Revenue Allocation

    Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development ISSN 2222-1700 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2855 (Online) Vol.2, No.3 www.iiste.org Revenue Allocation Formula and Its Impact On Economic Growth Process In Nigeria Usman Owolabi Akeem Faculty of Management Science, PMB4000,Ladoke Akintola University, Ogbomoso...

  7. Theory of Population

    SS 2C ECONOMICS PROJECT TOPIC: THEORY OF POPULATION (A case study of Nigeria) Teacher’s Name: Mr Aduba And Uncle Dele * A review of the Theory of population, show casing Nigeria perspective. * Introduction * Population * Nigeria Population * A review of Malthusian...

  8. Nigeria - Country Research

    Term Paper – Country Research: Nigeria Nigerian Culture Individualism vs. Collectivism Prof. Geert Hofsteede’s model of cultural dimension helps to understand the culture indications in doing business with different cultures. According to this model, Nigeria is a low individualism ranked country...

  9. Nigeria Has Recently Taken Over South A

    Nigeria has recently taken over South Africa’s place as being the largest economy in Africa. Not surprisingly, the country with the population of 173.6 million (World Bank, 2014) had experienced a GDP growth of 7% annually over the past decade. However, despite the economy’s rapid growth, the country...

  10. Private Sector Housing Delivery: Challenges and Prospects in Nigeria

    Private Sector Housing Delivery in Nigeria (Challenges and Prospects) A GROUP TERM PAPER REG. No.: HEM 1137- HEM 1146 DEPARTMENT OF ESTATE MANAGEMENT AND VALUATION SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES; FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NASARAWA, NASARAWA STATE e-mail: fpnas@yahoo.com, Tel.: +234 – 047-66701, 66707 047...

  11. tytos chapter one

    FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA (1986 – 2013) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY It is widely acknowledged that financial development is a multidimensional concept and constitutes a potentially important mechanism for long run economic growth. It plays fundamental...

  12. national identity nigeria

    ETHNIC IDENTITY POLITICS: NIGERIA AS A CASE STUDY ABSTRACT OF MASTERS THESIS-UDUMA Aaalborg University 2009 Dickson Onwuka Uduma 4. semester, Udvikling og Internationale Relationer, Kandidat (Kandidatuddannelse) INTRODUCTION Nigeria as a nation is an aggregation of several nationalities. In real ...

  13. Integrity; Panacea for Socio-Economic and Political Challenges in Nigeria

    Panacea for Socio-Economic and Political Challenges in NigeriaNigeria is a nation blessed with vast human and mineral resources. Ironically, her economy is struggling to leverage the country’s vast wealth to displace the economic and political challenges that affects its population.1 Beyond the recent...

  14. Rapid Population Growth as a Problem of Humanresources Utilization in Nigeria

    RAPID POPULATION GROWTH IS ONE OF THE PROBLEMS OF HUMAN RESOURCE UTILIZATION IN NIGERIA. WHAT CAN BE DONE TO REDUCE THIS PROBLEM? A MANPOWER ECONOMICS ASSIGNMENT Akinrodoye Adunola INTRODUCTION Population can be defined as the number of people living in any defined...

  15. the economic impact of oil exploration on the Nigerian economy

    Table of Contents Abstract: 1 Introduction: 2 The categorization of Nigeria economy 3 Chapter 1: The discovery of oil and the Nigerian economy 4 Type chapter title (level 2) 5 Type chapter title (level 3) 6 Abstract: Nigeria has remained a point of reference in Africa and on global level. This...

  16. Philippines Education

    of making decisions for future action. Educational planning is the application of rational, systematic analysis to the process of educational development with the aim of making education more effective and efficient in responding to the needs and goals of its students and society (Coombs 1974:14)...

  17. Regional Economy in Africa

    and the positive and negative developments in the region and how they have affected the economy. It will also touch on the trade between Africa and other countries. Sub-Saharan Africa comprises a heterogeneous group of countries, each having economies, populations, and surface areas of different...

  18. comparative analysis

    ANALYSIS OF CORPORATE REPORTING IN NIGERIA AND IN THE UNITED KINGDOM Abstract; This paper presents a comparative analysis of corporate reporting in Nigeria vis-à-vis UK. It describes the key factors in the business environment which influenced accounting system development as well as the regulatory frameworks...

  19. The Politics of Census in Nigeria

    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Population is the major determinant of national affairs. It leverages power and determines public policy and revenue allocation as areas with higher population are entitled to a greater share of the national resources in terms of state creation...

  20. Why the Population Increase in Nigeria

    POPULATION GROWTH The absence of virtually any reliable current demographic data has not prevented national and international bodies from generating estimates and projections of population and population growth in Nigeria. The World Bank estimate of Nigeria's 1990 population was 119 million, with an...

  21. Globa Warming

    MICROFINANCE POLICY, REGULATORY AND SUPERVISORY FRAMEWORK FOR NIGERIA CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA, ABUJA, DECEMBER 2005 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1 2.0 OVERVIEW OF MICROFINANCE ACTIVITY IN NIGERIA 2 3.0 JUSTIFICATION FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF MICROFINANCE BANKS 4 3.1 Weak Institutional Capacity...

  22. Renewable energy

    country due to the high consumption and need for electricity, and this project is the plan to study the demand for renewable energy re- sources in Nigeria and to find out the main competitors and discover the best periods for market entry in the country via the micro and the macro environmental analysis...

  23. The Government Should Take Steps to Control Population Growth

    Take Steps to Control Population Growth Jie Wang EAP2 Writer’s Workshop Ms. Miller February 21, 2013 Abstract During the last 30 years, the world’s population has haven an increase of 60%. This paper focuses on the demographic situation and the problems of population growth. It discusses the benefits...

  24. Testing the Effects of Human Capital Stock and Accumulation on Economic Growth in Nigeria

    ICT based sectors, R & D, skills and human capital development becomes a central issue for policy makers and practitioners engaged in economic development both at the national and regional level (OECD, 1996). The study of economic growth must start with the study of the people who produce...

  25. Population Growth and Economic Development in Nigeria

    the key to economic growth and development in any nation. This stems from the fact that every other facility and resource required for economic development is driven by the availability of human capital. More so, in the absence of effective human capital development, an increasing population can have adverse...

  26. MBAC6124Su2014CampusExam Sana Alzahrani

    International Business Cape Breton University Sunday, July 13, 2014 PESTLE Analysis and Porter’s Diamond Model of Competitive Advantage of Nigeria, Indonesia, and Democratic Republic of Congo There are many countries all over the globe that are well endowed with natural resources that act as the...

  27. Larson in Nigeria

    Larson Inc. in Nigeria Case Study IMAN 601– Week 11 Kolade Zackius-Shittu University of Maryland University College August 4, 2009 Summer Semester, 2009 zackshittu@yahoo.com Dr. Daniel E. Gilbert Table of Contents Table of Contents i Executive Summary 1 Introduction 2 Company Background...

  28. NIGERIA-BUSINESS CULTURAL RESEARCH

    HEAD: GLOBAL BUSINESS CULTURAL ANALYSIS: NIGERIA Global Business Cultural Analysis: Nigeria GLOBAL BUSINESS CULTURAL ANALYSIS: NIGERIA 2 Abstract There are many elements that are incorporated in the concept of culture, for Nigeria and everywhere else in the world. These...

  29. my work

    European Scientific Journal October edition vol. 8, No.22 ISSN: 1857 – 7881 (Print) e - ISSN 1857- 7431 AGRICULTURE RESOURCE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA Olajide, O.T., PhD Department of Business Administration & Management Technology Lagos State University, Ojo Akinlabi, B. H. Department...

  30. Infrastructure and Rural - Urban Development.

    services that should be put in place to enable development to occur. Socio-economic development can be facilitated and accelerated by the presence of social and economic infrastructures. If these facilities and services are not in place, development will be very difficult and in fact can be likened...