The Role of Small Businesses in Poverty Reduction in Developing Countries: Evidence from Ondo State, Nigeria.
Published at Economic Modeling (ECOMOD 2012) Publication Series - INTERNATIONAL
Published in 2012
Longe J.B., Fasoranti M.M. ,and Bowale,E.I.K.
Bowale Ebenezer » Dr Bowale attended Ajuwa Grammar School, Okeagbe-Akoko in Ondo State of Nigeria and later obtained his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Ife(now Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife) in second class upper division in 1983. He also had his masters’ degree and doctoral degree in Economics in 2006 and 2012 respectively from the same university. Dr Bowale became an Associate... view full profile
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