WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS AS SMALL-MEDIUM ENTERPRISE (SME) OPERATORS AND THEIR ROLES IN SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN OTA, NIGERIA
Published at International Journal of Economics, Business and Finance.
Published in 2014
Oluwole Iyiola and Dominic Azuh
Azuh Dominic » Dr. Dominic Ezinwa Azuh holds a Ph.D. degree in Population Studies. He is a population Scientist and Associate Professor of Demography and Social Statistics in the Department of Economics and Development Studies, Covenant University Ota Ogun State Nigeria. Dr. Azuh is an astute community-based researcher and undertaken many research projects, among which are sponsored research projects on ... view full profile
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