International Journal of Advanced Research in Statistics, Management and Finance: Volume 8, Number 2

Editorial Objectives

International Journal of Advanced Research in Statistics, Management and Finance (IJARSMF) is designed to serve researchers, scholars through prompt publications of significant and evident based research findings in any branch of statistics, economics, business and management sciences. The editorial objective of IJARSMF is review of current research trends and the facilitation of knowledge enhancement related to studies in the concerned disciplines and professional practices. Papers are reviewed by International panel of reviewers to decide on the quality, originality, and relevance for publishing the paper in the journal.

Journal Articles

Effect of Macroeconomic Variables on Share Price Movement in the Banking Sector in Nigeria

Nwankpa, Ejike C.
Department of Banking and Finance, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarasa State, Nigeria

COVID-19 and Domestic Airlines Operations in Nigeria: The Emerging Issues

1Ayasal Anthony, A., 2Jakada, Anthony T., 3Dennis Bara & 4Bello Ayuba
1,2,3&4Department of Business Administration, University of Abuja, Abuja, Nigeria

Impact of COVID-19 on the Supply Chain of the Food Industry: A Literary Analysis

Urenna Nwagwu
Department of Finance, Real Estate, and Decision Sciences, Faculty of Graduate School of Wichita State University

Analysis of Banking Sector Reforms on Nigeria Economic Growth: An Issue for Competitive Global Market (1980-2020)

1Iliya Bawa, 2Onuigwe Gladys Chiebonam & 3Zainab Abdulsalami
1Department of Business Administration Federal University Lokoja, Kogi State
2&3Department of Accounting, Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa

Social Capital Development: A Prerequisite for Functional Entrainment in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions

Basuo Bio Kuroakegha
Department of Management, Faculty of Management Sciences Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria

Analysis of Monetary Control Policies and their Influence on Price Stability in Nigeria

1Torutein, Oki Isiya, 2Benson Emmanuel & 3Epor Simon Okaja
1&2Department of Banking and Finance, Federal University Otuoke Beyelsa State
3Department of Banking and Finance, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka

Assessment of the Factors Constraining Women in Business from Accessing Formal Credit in Sokoto State, Nigeria.

Hafsah Olatunji
Department of Economics Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Sokoto State University, Sokoto

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