Social & Management Sciences

Research Papers/Topics in Social & Management Sciences

What happens to excessive drinkers of ALCOHOL, and cure

what happens to excessive drinkers?  cure, and where to find help in Nigeria. 

THE PROBLEMS OF SMALL MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISE IN NIGERIA A CASE STUDY OF GILEAD TABLE WATER EFFURUN DELTA CENTRAL SENATORIAL ZONE, DELTA STATE NIGERIA

ABSTRACT The main purpose of this study is to identify the problems and prospects of small and medium scale enterprise in Nigeria using a case study of Gilead table Water in Effurun Delta State. To do this, data were collected from both primary and secondary sources. The main instrument of data collection was the questionnaire. The data were presented in tables as frequency, distribution in the data analysis; the techniques of percentages frequencies were used. The hypotheses ...

IMPACT OF MOTIVATION IN ACHIEVING ORGANIZATION PERFORMANCE

The purpose of this study is to indentify the impact of motivation in achieving organization performance,a study of Access Bank of Nigeria. This study objective is to know if lack of motivation is the major reasons behind employees switching organization, to develop a sustainable policy that will help organization to reduce the rate of low morale by employees in other to achieve its objective, also to examine the factors that motivates employees and investigates the connections...

IMPACT OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATION ON NIGERIAN ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT

This study aim to investigate the impact of Multinational Corporation in the development of Nigeria economy, a study of Lafarge Company. This study objective is to provide the capital that will be use in developing Nigeria economy instead of exporting abroad, to reduce the use of capital intensive productive techniques so as to lessen the rate of unemployment that affect Nigeria economy, also to investigate the roles perform by MNCs as regard to their corporate social...

The impact of oil sector deregulation on the Nigerian economic growth

This study theoretically and empirically set out to investigate the Deregulation of the Nigerian Oil sector and its economic growth. Theoretical and conceptual propositions of the Benign Perspective of Natural resource abundance beneficial to growth revealed that the oil sector affects the country’s economic growth and various economic policies of subsidy and deregulation in this sector certainly affects the economy. Variables of the oil sector such as exchange rate, foreign direct investme...

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RE-ENGINEERED INTEGRATED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM IN GOVERNMENT MINISTRIES, KENYA

The development of the Integrated Financial Management Information system was a move by the Kenyan government in 1998 through the Ministry of National Treasury to implement Public Financial Management ( PFM) reforms. This system was to be later deployed in other ministries five years later in 2003. Just like any other system out there, the implementation of IFMIS was not without its challenges and thus prompting a re-engineering program in 2011 that was aimed at making the system reliable and...

Distinguishing between Employment Relations and Industrial Relations

               Abstract In the review of the extant literature as regards industrial and employment relations approaches, it has been unveiled in this study that there exist differences in these approaches. These differences revealed shows that the shift from industrial relations to employment relations approach is not an “old wine in a new bottle” but a “new wine in a new bottle”. This study provides some justification for this viewpo...

The Media and Electoral Violence in Nigeria

Nigeria, and especially the developing countries have long been plagued with electoral violence since the return to civilian rule in the early 1990s; and the media, as a major conflict stakeholder, have often been fingered as a culprit as a double edged sword of either resolving or escalating the conflict.This paper seeks to examine the role the media plays before, during, and after a conflict, and how their actions and inaction affects as well shape the dimension of a conflict.

RODUCT INNOVATION AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE IN MANUFACTURING FIRMS IN NAIROBI COUNTY, KENYA

ABSTRACTThe study intended to find out the effect of product innovation and competitive advantage in manufacturing firms in Nairobi County. The study sought to do this through: -establishing the effect  of  number   of products  redesigned   on  the  manufacturing  firms’ competitiveness in Nairobi   County,   to   establish   the   relationship   between   product  &...

THE DRIVERS OF PRIVATE SECTOR DEMAND FOR CREDIT IN UGANDA FOR THE PERIOD 1980-2015

This research report studied the determinants of loan demand by the private sector in the Uganda. Employing a time series analysis using the Johansen methodology, the study identified one cointegrating relationship linking private sector demand for credit to GDP, lending rate, Broad money, Bank credit to government and risk premium of lending to the private sector hence the existence of a long run relationship between them. The long run model indicated private sector demand for credit i...

THE DETERMINANTS AND STABILITY OF MONEY DEMAND IN THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA_OLLAMA CLAIRE

The ability to model a stable relationship between money and prices is fundamentally considered a necessary requirement for a monetary targeting framework. Having a stable money demand function helps to ensure that the desired impact of monetary policy is predictable. The study undertaken sought to explain the determinants of money demand in Uganda employing cointegration analysis to establish the existence of a long-run relationship between Money, income, a vector of interest rates, in...

YOUTHS AS KEY PLAYERS IN NATION BUILDING AND NATIONAL UNITY: AN INSTANCE OF THE NATIONAL YOUTH SERVICE CORPS (NYSC)

One of the biggest troubles facing Nigerian administration and policymakers today is how to provide opportunities for youths in order to have good lives and donate to the monetary development of their countries. In 2011, youths, who are defined here as those between 15 and 24 years of age, constituted 21 percent of the more than 1 billion people in Africa, whereas another 42 percent was less than 15 years old. Slightly more than half of the African youth population is female, and there are mo...

PARTY POLITICS AND DEMOCRACY: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY (U.S.A) AND THE PEOPLES DEMOCRATIC PARTY (P.D.P.) NIGERIA

Comparative studies are most times deemed to be a “seamless whole” and can either be qualitative or quantitative, comparative research as it is also called can take many forms. Two key factors are time and space, which involves historical comparism. This research project is a comparative study of two dynamic political structures in two different parts of the world, with quite a huge difference in time and space. Its looks farfetched as there has been no substantial paper on this research ...

Ratio Analysis as a Tool for Performance Evaluation of State Owned Enterprise: A Case Study of TransNamib

AbstractThe study evaluates the performance of TransNamib using ratios analysis, to determine how the company performs by breaking further the information in the financial statements for the financial year 2012 and 2013.The study used descriptive to interpret secondary data which were obtained from TransNamib. Performance was measured using different financial ratios such as Liquidity, which indicated that the company position to pay its short term debts was very bad. Profitability rat...

Terrorism and Nigerian Economy; An Assessment of the Boko Haram Insurgency

AbstractThis study investigate terrorism and Nigerian economy, an assessment of the Boko Haram Insurgency. The study adopted secondary method of data sourcing. The frame work of content analysis was used in analyzing the data collected from newspaper, leaflet, relevant text books, pamphlet, published and unpublished works etc. Findings from the study,  reveals that given the complex nature of terrorism, it has caused economic and psychological problems for countries all over the world. 


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