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FINANCIAL SECTOR REFORM AND SAVINGS MOBILISATION IN NIGERIA: AN ECONOMETRIC APPROACH
Ilesanmi A., Bowale,E.I.K.
Published at Akungba Journal of Management , Published in 2014
18 FINANCIAL SECTOR REFORM AND SAVINGS MOBILISATION IN NIGERIA: AN ECONOMETRIC APPROACH This study was conducted to determine empirically, the effects of the financial sector reform on savings mobilization in Nigeria during the period under review. Econometric analyses involving unit root test, cointegration test, error correction and Granger causality test were performed on the secondary da...
Rate of Interest, Money Supply, Prices and Output Interdependences in Nigeria:A VEC Approach.
Obasaju B .O and Bowale E.I. K
Published at International Journal of Economics & Management Science , Volume 4 , Issue 4 , Pages 1-6 , Published in 2015
Internet usage, innovation and human development nexus in Africa: the case of ECOWAS
Ejemeyovwi j.,Osabuohien E.,Johnson O.,and Bowale E.
Published at Journal of Economic Structures , Volume 8 , Issue 1 , Published in 2019
Business Performance in Nigeria. Does Education Matter?
Bowale Ebenezer1, *Olurinola Oluranti2, Bolarinwa Kayode3, Oluwatobi Stephen4, Ogunrinola Ifeoluwa5 and Aderounmu, Busayo
Published at International Conference of Education Research and Innovation , Volume 11 , Issue 1 , Pages 9501-9509 , Published in 2018
The characteristics of business owners/manager can influence the managerial capacity and the ultimate business outcome. Some studies have focused on the environment, social and cultural background of entrepreneurs as equally important measures of entrepreneurial traits. Education is expected to enhance general or specific skills and knowledge in handling business assets and resources of Industr...
EFFECTS OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) ACCESS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF INFORMAL MICRO AND SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISES: FURTHER EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA
Bowale Ebenezer1, Olurinola Oluranti2, Bolarinwa Kayode3, Oluwatobi Stephen4 Ogunrinola Ifeoluwa5,Aderounmu Busayo
Published at INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF EDUCATION RESEARCH AND INNOVATION , Volume 11 , Issue 1 , Pages 9518-9529 , Published in 2018
This paper examines the importance of ICT adoption on the performance level of small business in an informal sector in Nigerian. For formal sector organisations, studies have been conducted to verify this, but not much is known with respect to micro and small informal sector businesses. This study therefore intends to bridge this yawning gap by carrying out an analysis of the impact of t...
Effects of Registration and Licensing on Micro Enterprises Performance in Informal Economy: Further Evidence from Ota Area, Nigeria
Bowale Ebenezer,, A.Odukoya, P.Alege, and Akinode T
Published at Journal on WIT Transactions on Ecology & the Environment. , Volume 226 , Issue 1 , Pages 441-448 , Published in 2017
There are divergent views on the importance of business formality. While various governments regard the different forms of business formality, such as registration of business, licensing and tax payment, as planning tools to promote development of the economy and businesses; business owners see them as a burden. Even among the academics and researchers there is no consensus on the contribut...
Financial reforms and credit growth in Nigeria: empirical insights from ARDL and ECM techniques.
Ngozi Adeleye, Evans Osabuohien, Ebenezer Bowale, Oluwatoyin Matthew and Emmanuel Oduntan
Published at International Review of Applied Economics , Volume 4 , Issue 1 , Pages 2-15 , Published in 2017
The Role of Institutions in the Finance-Inequality Nexus in Sub-Saharan Africa
Ngozi Adeleye**, Evans Osabuohien***, and Ebenezer Bowale
Published at Journal of Contextual Economics , Volume 137 , Issue 1 , Pages 173-192 , Published in 2017
IMPACT OF MONEY MARKET ON THE LIQUIDITY OF SOME SELECTED QUOTED BANKS IN NIGERIA
Isibor Areghan, Dr. Ikpefan O. A., Okafor Tochukwu, Ojeka Stephen
Published at International Business Management , Volume 10 , Issue 5 , Pages 646 - 651 , Published in 2016
Finance is a major key element in fostering growth and development of a company and financial managers look mainly to the money and capital market for various term funds. The Nigerian money market has lagged behind in performing its intermediation role in providing such needed funds to the companies thus limiting their operations. Against this background, this paper examines the impact of the N...
Fraud, Unemployment and Cashless System: A paradox or Reality in Nigeria
Dr Ikpefan O. A., Achugamonu B. U., Isibor A. A., Dr Edwin M. A.
Published at British Journal of Economics Finance and Management Sciences , Volume 10 , Issue 1 , Pages 29 - 42 , Published in 2015