This paper assessed the impact of illicit financial flow on economic growth and development in Nigeria. Data was sourced from the statistical bulletin of the Central bank of Nigeria and Global Financial Integrity estimates of illicit financial flows
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Influence of capital market on economic growth has been proven to be positive by majority empirical studies up to now.
Following the 19th century Energy became an important and indispensable input for production and consumption activities all over the world. In the mean time, Energy has become a very determinant factor for growth for national economies.
Since independence, there have been copious generalizations and general outcry among Ghanaians especially social commentators and policy analysts about the under-development of Ghana.
Globalization of capital and especially foreign direct investment (FDI) and trade has increased dramatically over the past decades. In developing economies; FDI has become the most stable and largest component of capital flows.
European Union supports territorial cooperation between border-regions, especially in the border settlements. Border regions, towns and districts promote cooperation as a tool for growth and change through policy development and strategic orientation within territorial cooperation and beyond regional development.
In spite of the diverse major issues affecting the economy of Ghana over the years, the economy continues to experience a downward spiral in its economic growth. Taking into account three opining views regarding government spending and economic growth, this study sets to investigate the causal nexus fractious and economic growth in Ghana.
The Impact of Government Debt on the Economic Growth of Ghana: A Time Series Analysis from 1990-2015
In this study we investigate the impact of government debt on the economic growth of Ghana adopting the methodology of the simple Ordinary Least Squares with data spanning from 1990 to 2015.
This paper finds slight differences in the relevance of political stability or economic growth on greenhouse gas emission.
In terms of labour market outcomes, the emigration process tends to temporary ease the pressures generated by high unemployment rates, thus leading to a slight employment increase.