Social & Management Sciences

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Effective leadership style for managing shock in financial institutions Full Project

In the Nigerian business environment, financial institutions are constantly faced with the challenges of living up to economic expectations, complying with changing government monetary policies, and making profit at the same time. This study examined the effect of the business environmental factor on financial institutions, with a focus on tier one banks. Tier 1 banks are banks which the capital is easy to calculate or liquidate. The study made use of T Statistics and the study shows th...

WOMENS POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF KOGI CENTRAL SENATORIAL DISTRICT)

Abstract This study investigates the factors that limit women’s participation in Nigeria’s politics using as a case study, the period between 2011 and 2016, with emphasis on Kogi central senatorial district. Among these factors are socioeconomic development, the country’s cultural heritage, historical legacies and institutional designs. The study engages both primary and secondary sources, including field survey and questionnaire. A total of 100 women were selected from the senator...

Effect of Value Added Tax on the economic development of Nigeria

ABSTRACTThe purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of Value Added Tax on the Nigerian economy as it relates to how it can improve government revenue and throws more light in its contribution to the economic growth and development of Nigeria. A review of literature relating to the impact, administration and collection of VAT in Nigeria was elucidated and questionnaires and oral interview were distributed.  A Simple percentage table presentation and chi-square were used to analyze ...

EFFECT OF PROCUREMENT PRACTICES ON SERVICE DELIVERY, A CASE OF VRA, GHANA

This study was conducted to determine effect of procurement policy, procurement planning and sustainable procurement on service delivery. The study employed quantitative research approach and explanatory design. The target population for the study was staff and management of Volta River Authority. Structured questionnaire was used to gather primary data. The study used SPSS version 32.0 for the data analyses. The study found that 73.6% variations in service delivery were explained ...

Effect of Management Accounting Practice on the performance of manufacturing companies in Nigeria

ABSTRACTThe study examined the effect of Management Accounting Practice on the performance of manufacturing companies in Nigeria. It evaluated the impact of Management accounting practices on financial performance of manufacturing companies in Nigeria and also investigated the influence of Management Accounting Techniques on the decision making process of manufacturing companies. The study adopted a descriptive survey design and also simple random sampling method to select the required sampl...

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ABSTRACTThe debt-to-equity ratio of a firm determines how cash flows will be shared between debt holders and equity holders. In reality, capital structure of a firm is difficult to determine. Financial managers are difficult to exactly determine the optimal structure. The main objective of this study is to determine the effect of capital structure on the performance of quoted Manufacturing firms in Nigeria. The study used multiple regression analysis of the ordinary least square analysis in t...

THE EFFECT OF CARD READERS ON ELECTION CREDIBILITY IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF 2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS)

AbstractThe study examined the effect of card reader on election credibility in Nigeria. Card reader was the most highly contentious and the real issue in the 2015 general elections in Nigeria. This project work has groups into five chapters. Chapter one deals with the background to the study; statement of the problem; (which the researcher discussed brief about the 2015 presidential election as the closest electoral contest since the country’s post – 999 transition to multi-party democra...

The Impact of cashless policy on cost of production

THE IMPACT OF CASH-LESS POLICY ON COST OF OPERATIONS OF BANKSBY  ABAH RUTHUJ/2010/SS/0272BEING A RESEACH PROJECT SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING, UNIVERSITY OF JOS FOR THE AWARD OF A BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE (B.SC.) IN  ACCOUNTING.FEBUARY, 2015         CERTIFICATIONI ABAH RUTH have completed the project for the award of Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Accounting, in the Department of Accounting, Faculty of Management Sciences, and University of Jos. I...

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Income Inequality and Economic Growth in Kenya_2010

The global income distribution highlights the extraordinarily high degree of inequality. The average income of the top 20% of the world’s population is about 50 times the average income of the bottom 20% (HDR 2005). Kenya’s top 10% households control 42% of the total income while the bottom 10% controls less than 1% (SID, 2004). Kenya’s long term development goal as indicated in its Vision 2030 is to transform the country into a middle income country with a sustainable economic growth ...

Impact of small and medium enterprise on employment generation in Nigeria

CHAPTER ONE      INTRODUCTION1.0 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDYIn Nigeria, empirical report shows that an estimate of about 70% of the industrial employment is held by Small Business Enterprises and more than 50% of the Gross Domestic Product is small business enterprises’ generated (Odeyemi, 2003). Given the seminal role of Small businesses to employment generation in Nigeria, various regimes of Government since independence in the 1960s, have focused on various programmes and ...

Summary dismissal and wrongful terminal of employment: A critical analysis

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FACTORS INFLUENCING THE KNOWLEDGE OF HEALTH INSURANCE AMONG WOMEN OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE IN UGANDA: A CASE STUDY OF EASTERN UGANDA.

ABSTRACTThe objective of the study was to determine factors influencing knowledge of health insurance among women of reproductive age in Eastern Uganda. The assessment was made on place of residence, highest level of education, wealth index, religion, sex of household head, marital status, age and access to media.The study analyzed data from the 2016 Uganda Demographic and Health Survey with a total sample size of 5,039 women of reproductive age in Eastern Uganda. Both univariate and bivariat...


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