The paper shows that while most governance indicators have a positive and statistically significant impact on economic growth, their importance varies with the income level of the country.
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This study investigates the effect of Nigeria’s domestic public debt on economic development of Nigeria spanning from 1981-2018. This is in response to the doubts being raised in some quarters as to whether the continuous increase in domestic debt over the years has led to the economic development of Nigeria as the former has been known to influence the later if well harnessed and executed.
General financial education, the so-called financial literacy, plays an essential role in private retirement provisions. A study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in 2015 shows that financial literacy is not prevalent in Germany.
Increasing the Effectiveness of Investment Management by Introducing Corporate Governance in Joint-Stock Companies
At the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers dedicated to the report of the First President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov on the outcomes of socio-economic development of the country in 2014 and the most important priorities…
Special Economic Zones as an Engine of Regional Economic Development: the best Practices and Implications for Uzbekistan
Special economic zones (SEZs) are considered as an effective tool to stimulate industrialization and structural transformation, but only when implemented properly in the right context. The aim of the paper is to review the existing practices of establishment
This article explores the concept of multinational corporations, their evolution and impact on the developing economies with Nigeria in focus. Several theories of multinational enterprises were reviewed and how these theories, as well as the activities of the multinational firms
The Impact of SMEs Financing on Business Growth in Nigeria: A Study of Keffi and Mararaba Metropolis
The impact of SMEs financing on business growth in Nigeria using Keffi and Mararaba Metropolis as a case study was assessed in this work.
The findings revealed that informal sector operators has a positive and significant impact on growth in Nigeria; while poverty-mentality, illiteracy, high inflation, low infrastructure, access to credit, social safety nets and information dissemination are the major problems encountered by these institutions.
Theory of 25-year-cycle Evolution – a Hypothesis About the Relationship Between the Transition of Economic Development Mode and the Human Resource Management Innovation
As we can tell that for China, a nation with profound cultures and traditions, management innovation, particularly HRM innovation seems fairly difficult, urgent, and meaningful at the same time.