The researcher looked into the impact of privatization on Nigeria money market with the Central Bank of Nigeria as the case study. For the purpose of clarity, this project has been divided into five chapters.
Chapter one deals with the introductory part of the project, statement of problems, objective of the problems of the research.
Chapter two discussed the literature review. It went into analysis of the relevant materials, which are directly related to the project and equally those that are not directly related to it.
Chapter three went into the research design and methodology, source of data and the instruments in data collection.
Chapter four, emphasized on the analysis and presentation of data based on the questionnaire.
Chapter five which is the last chapter, discussed the summary of the work, finding and recommendation on the project work.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of contents
1.3Statement of the problems
1.6Significance of study
1.7Scope of study
1.8Limitations of study
1.9Organization of study
1.10Definition of terms
2.0Review of Related Literature
2.2Meaning of privatization
2.3Forms of privatization
2.4How privatization has affected the money market
2.5How privatization has affected the Central Bank of Nigeria
2.6Measures of enhancing the performance of public enterprises
2.7The strategies for success
2.8Benefit of the first phase of the public enterprise reform
Programme in Nigeria
2.9Issues in public enterprises reform
2.10(i)Privatization – operational conceptualization
2.10(ii)The privatization programme – economic policy justification
2.11Privatization programme: The critique
2.11.1Proper evaluation of affected public enterprises assets.
3.0Research methodology and designs
3.2Data requirement and collection
3.3Sample size and sampling procedure
3.4Analysis of tools
4.0Data presentation and analysis
4.2Analysis and presentation of finding
4.3Analysis of secondary data
4.4Test of hypothesis
4.5Interpretation of result
5.0Summary of findings
5.1Discussion of findings
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