2 edition of EC-EMCAP/NISER study on effectiveness of public expenditure in Nigeria found in the catalog.
EC-EMCAP/NISER study on effectiveness of public expenditure in Nigeria
by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research in Ibadan
Written in English
|Other titles||Study on effectiveness of public expenditure in Nigeria : final report, Effectiveness of public expenditure in Nigeria : final report|
|Statement||prepared by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER) ; submitted to the Federal Government of Nigeria (EC Support) Technical Assistance Office, Ministry of Finance.|
|Contributions||Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research., Nigeria. Federal Ministry of Finance. Technical Assistance Office.|
|LC Classifications||HJ7938.5 .E323 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 708 p. :|
|Number of Pages||708|
|LC Control Number||2007325126|
As a result of the inadequacy of empirical studies on the trend of public expenditure on infrastructure and economic growth in Nigeria makes this study justifiable to be carried out, given the essential nature of investment in infrastructure on the overall development of any nation’s. GOOD GOVERNANCE IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR 6 Foreword The public sector1 plays a major role in society. In most economies, public expenditure forms a significant part of gross domestic product (GDP) and public sector entities are substantial employers and major capital market participants.
THE ROLE OF ACCOUNTING IN THE CONTROL OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF CENTRAL BANK OF NIGEIRA (CBN) PROPOSAL In recent times some of the public organizations in Nigeria have been faced with cases of financial . Public finance has been described as the collection landmark in the financing of education in Nigeria. The Table 1: Expenditure on Education in Nigeria ( –) Year Total Expenditure Expenditure on Education % £6,, £, £6,, £,
This study investigates the effects of public expenditure in education on economic growth in Nigeria over a period from to , with particular focus on disaggregated and sectoral expenditures analysis. Government expenditures are very crucial instruments for economic growth at the disposal of policy makers in developing countries like Nigeria. The objective of this . The study aims to measure the impact of the Nigerian Government’s public expenditure on economic growth during the period – through the use of the multiple regression method The study finds a positive impact of public expenditure on economic growth during the period of the study in Nigeria. It recommends the need to distributeAuthor: Ateyah Alawneh.
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This paper contributes to this debate by investigating the effect of federal government expenditure on economic growth in Nigeria.
An augmented Solow model is specified in Cobb-Douglas form with. The research is basically for the economy of Nigeria. The study dwelt mainly on the public expenditure of Nigeria – aggregate expenditure of all tiers of. government in Nigeria; output growth – measured from the supply side and not from the demand side.
This study assesses the impact of government expenditures on the economy (GDP) based on secondary data from to Variables considered relevant indicators of economic growth and public expenditure from literatures were used. The data were subjected to the instrumental variables two-stage least squares Size: KB.
development and public expenditure. The specific objectives are to examine the impact of government capital expenditure on Nigeria’s economic growth and determine if Nigeria’s government recurrent expenditure as any significant relationship on economic growth.
Emanating from the objectives are the following questions. public spending. Onuora () describes public expenditure as government spending.
This is not restricted to international trade, it include such expenditure on the maintenance of the government itself and also for the society and the economy.
Public expenditure in Nigeria is usually divided into recurrent and capital expenditure. Benson Idahosa University, Benin City, Nigeria Abstract This study is an attempt to assess the impact of public expenditure on the growth of the Nigerian economy, and to ascertain whether there is a relationship between gross domestic product (GDP) and government expenditure in Nigeria.
It covers the period of – and the Ordinary. This study examines the effects of the components of public education expenditure on both education attainment and economic growth in Nigeria from to The Instrumental Variable Two Stage Least Squares estimation technique is employed to test the hypothesis that both recurrent and capital expenditure on education have different effects on education attainment and economic by: 1.
A study on Nigeria's government expenditure (Nurudeen & Usman, ) found that both capital and recurrent expenditures have negative effect on the economic growth but expenditure on transport and.
public expenditure control in nigeria accounting (a case study of diamond bank of nigeria) ABSTRACT This research work is titled “The role of Accounting in the control of public expenditure” the incessant incident of budget deficit, misappropriation and embezzlement of project fund due to lack of good accounting system constitute the problems that necessitated this : Chrisantus Oden.
a starting point for the study of actual economies. To the extent that such skepticism is well founded, the associated theories of public expendi-2 Such studies have a long and continuing history.
See R. Musgrave and A. Peacock, eds., Classics in the Theory of Public Finance, London,Introduction. InCited by: 5. Abstract This study empirically examines the pattern and drivers of government expenditure with specific reference to capital and recurrent expenditure in Nigeria.
The study employs a public choice framework and the model is estimated with time-series data from tousing the Johansen estimation Size: KB. The effectiveness of fiscal policy in Nigeria over the years has been a matter of great controversy. Thus, this study investigated the effectiveness of Nigeria’s fiscal policy on economic stabilization over the periods – The Auto Regressive Distributed Lag Error-correction model (ARDL-ECM) was employed to take care of short-run dynamics.
ADVERTISEMENTS: Public Expenditure: Causes, Principles and Importance. Meaning of Public Expenditure: Expenses incurred by the public authorities—central, state and local self- governments—are called public expenditure. Such expenditures are made for the maintenance of the governments as well as for the benefit of the society as whole.
There was a misbelief in the academic. Using panel data of African countries from tothis paper studies the relationship between government expenditure on education enrolments, with illustration from Nigeria and other SANE (South Africa, Algeria, Nigeria, and Egypt) countries at the primary and secondary school levels.
The results show that government expenditure. Department of Banking and Finance Faculty of Management Sciences University of calabar Calabar - Nigeria P.m.bCalabar. Abstract. The study investigated the effect of public expenditure on the growth and development of Nigerian economy ().
Three research hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. Disintegrating the effect of total health expenditure shows that an increase in both public and private health care expenditure significantly (at 1% level) increased life expectancy at birth by about 1 and years, respectively, in the fixed effects model and about 1 and years, respectively, in the random effects model (Table 4).Cited by: Downloadable.
The debate on the use of fiscal policy for economic stabilization and inducement of economic growth is an old one. Key issue in this debate relates to the efficacy of public expenditure on stimulating economic growth.
The neo-classical school held on extreme position by refuting the usage of fiscal policy to regulate the economy even in the time of economic crisis.
public expenditure pattern and economic growth in nigeria ( – ) a research project submited to the department of economics, university of nigeria, nsukka. in partial fulfilment of the requirment for the award of master of science (msc) degree in economics by pg/msc/06/ ibrahim yusuf ajogwu supervisor: professor n.
ikpeze june. public and private expenditure in boosting agricultural production is a major challenge to agricultural development in Nigeria. Based, on the above problems, the study answered the File Size: KB. Public sector performance score for UE countries (PSPUE), which represents the objective of the current work, aims to quantify and present the real situation in terms of public sector performance.
Keywords: public expenditure, efficiency, input, output, outcomes JEL Classification: H0, D61, G14 1. Efficiency in the public sector versus private.
Public expenditure is one of the important subject matters of public finance. It deals with various expenditures of an authority. Before the Keynesian revolution of s, in economics, public expenditure played very limited role in public finance because most of the economists of that time were believed in the free competition or the so called laissez-faire mechanism.effective legal and regulatory framework in which private sector will be enabled to operate.
The need to evolve basic principles and guidelines for ensuring effective economic governance in developing and transitional economy countries cannot be overemphasised. I am happy to note that the Public Finance and Private SectorFile Size: KB.effectiveness of public spending features high on the political agenda.
This paper shows that there is a mix of inputs necessary, such as teachers, books and infrastructure. The attainment rate could be maximised by an optimal combination of these inputs.
Thus, the measurement of allocative efficiency requires in-depth analyses of the area Cited by: