Social & Management Sciences

Research Papers/Topics in Social & Management Sciences

INSURGENCY IN NORTH-EASTERN NIGERIA: IMPLICATIONS ON NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2007 – 2014

Background to the study  Globally, the issue of security, peace and development is at the centre stage of local,national  and international  discourse.   States,  especially   developing   ones   are   constantly   insearch for security, (Barry, 1983). Nigeria is post-colonial state in its form and Post – colonialstate is tied to the offshoot of imperialism. Over the years, different governments, individualsand&...

FUELWOOD AS A SOURCE OF ENERGY

ABSTRACTThe study focuses on forces driving the use of fuelwood among women in Kogi east and the implications of fuelwood on the environment, health and economy of Kogi east. Though Fuelwood has served as the major source of energy for cooking, its effect on the environment and health is to a great extent questionable. There has been noticeable disappearance of trees within the district over the years. The study met its’ quadruplet research objectives through an extensive study of relevant ...

The Degree of Labour Relationship Existing Between Management and Employees (A Case Study of Anammco Plc, Emene Enugu

ABSTRACTThis research examined the degree of labour relationship between management and employees of Anammco Plc Emene.  The population consisted the staff of Anammco including secretaries the sample is 100 for the analysis of the data collected.  It was discovered that cordial relationship exists between management employees of Anammco Plc even though the organization has thrived without industrial crises. TABLE OF CONTENTSTitle Page iiApproval Page iiiDedicatio...

The Contribution Of Small Scale Industry To Poverty Alleviation In Nigeria With A Close Reference To Small Scale Enterprises In Lokoja Metropolis

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY          It is very important to note that in many developing countries like Nigeria, it is being argued that the small scale industries have not and cannot alone be expected to play the dynamic role that they are expected to play towards the rapid growth and development of the various segment of the country. It is therefore becoming even more important  those countries that the small scale industries which had h...

The Contribution of Small-Scale Business to The Economic Development Of Delta State (A Case Study of Isoko North Local Govt. Area)

ABSTRACTThis project work titled the contribution of Small Scale Business to the Economic Development of Delta State (a case study of Isoko North Local Government Area) is a vital one and timely at a time like this that economy development has become a crucial issue in the life of people. The objectives of the study, which were explained among other things in chapter one, include among others the relevance of small scale business to the economy development of Isoko North Local government area...

The Contribution of Industrial Development Centre Enugu to Small Scale Industries

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The goal or desire of any nation is to achieve its economic growth and development. For the Nigeria government, employment provision for all and reasonable development of all localities are certainly not feasible within the limited government structures and establishment. The federal government therefore considers the active participation of the private sector especially at the grass root as the most viable means of achieving the development and job provisions. ...

The Concept of Cost Management in The Management of Public Funds (A Case Study of Enugu State Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning)

ABSTRACTThis study is aimed at x-raying the degree to which cost management contribute to the judicious handling of public fund.  This is a job, which is left in the hands of administrators, legislators, investors as well as the general public, precaution must therefore be taken to avoid wastage’s of public fund as a result of wrong planning and execution.  In conducting on this topic, this project work attempts to find out the concept of cost management in managing public ...

The Causes, Effect and Prevention of Fraud in The Banking Industry (A Case Study Of Union Bank Plc)

ABSTRACTIn chapter one, I made brief introduction of the project work. Chapter two, a review of previous work of some notable authors was made. Chapter three dealt with the research methodology used gathering data. Chapter four highlighted the presentation and analysis of the research questions chapter five dealt with the summary, conclusion and recommendation. TABLE OF CONTENTSTitle                &nb...

The Causes and Effect of Unemployed in the Nigerian economy

BACKGROUND OF STUDY There is little question that unemployment has been and continues to be one of the most serious and pervasive economic problem in the labour market. Low wages, discrimination, substandard working condition, types of labour market pathologies are all threats to the economic security and well being of significant members of workers, but few approach the impact of unemployment as case of both economic hardship and wasted resource.The fact that unemployment has multiple...

The Causes and Consequences of High Prices of Consumer Items in Nigeria A Case Study of Selected Markets in Delta State

ABSTRACT           In Nigeria today every citizen is faced with the problem of general prices of consumer goods or items. This problem is also felt by the business firms, government and the economy as a whole. This is why this is deemed to be an important one that needs a careful and detail study.In this study the causes and consequence of high prices of consumer items will be highlighted, some of which are – high cost of production, h...

The Banking Regulation How CBN And NDIC Regulates Banks in Nigeria

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY In the content of the financial system, the term “Banking Regulation” appears relevant to the banking sub-system, it refer to as a body of specific rules or agree behavior either imposed by government or external agency or self imposed by some government or external agency or self imposed by the explicit or implied agreement within the industry that constrains the activities and business operations on the instructions or the industry to achieve a defined obj...

The Assessment of Motivational Factors in An Organisation

ABSTRACTThis study examines the phenomenon of motivation in the organisation; it is the contention of the study that motivation plays an important and vital role in the realization of the organisational objectives. In this study, the data are collected through questionnaire and interviews, the simple random method is used to select respondent for the study In the study, positive association exist between worker’s satisfaction with their job; satisfaction with his organisation’s approval p...

The Appraising of Lending Policies of Commercial Banks to the Private Sector

BACKGROUND OF STUDY Commercial banks are in the services industry, in safe keeping of money and valuables, remitting foreign and domestic exchanges, collecting cheques, draft, notes and other obligations and behalf of other customer. According to Christian Ammer, Deans Ammer in their books dictionary of business and economics, defined commercial bank as “bank whose principal functions are to accept demand deposit and to make short medium and long term loans chiefly to business firms.B...

The Application of Marketing Concept in Banking Industry (A Study of Uba Plc Warri)

ABSTRACT The banking industry is undergoing a period of transformation and this requires new orientation on the part of banks. In this new competitive environment, banks have to re-think in their total marketing strategies and come to terms with the necessity for marketing of services. The objectives of this study is to determine if the bankers are effectively customer oriented to meet the challenges posed by the changing environment and to determine the marketing philosophy or orienta...

The Application of Market Concept in Banking Industry A Case Study For Africa (UBA) Plc Warri

ABSTRACT       The banking industry is undergoing a period of transformation and this requires new orientation on the part of the banks. In this new competitive environment, banks have to re-think their total marketing strategies and come to terms with the necessity for marketing of services. The objectives of this study arte to determine if the bankers are effectively customer-oriented of this study are to meet the challenges posed by the changing environm...


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