International Journal of Advanced Studies of Economics and Public Sector Management: Volume 12, Number 1

Editorial Objectives

The objective of International Journal of Advanced Studies in Economics and Public Sector Management (IJASEPSM) is to publish empirical papers that provide clear analysis of important economic issues. As well as being relevant to academic, professional and student economists, the journal seeks to provide a bridge between those conducting research on service economics and management on the one hand, and those working in the areas of service sectors on the other. It acknowledges the complexity of public sector performance management as an interface between the values placed upon public sector activities and their implementation. This gap between what is desirable and what is feasible stand at the crossing of many public sector issues and the journal advances evidenced based research studies to regulate and promote economic processes and effective public sector management.

Journal Articles

Transportation Services and Manufacturing Output Growth in Nigeria: A Disaggregate Approach (1990-2022)

1Olim Sunday Akwaji, 2Oogunla S. Emmanuel, & 3Aigbedion I. Marvelous

1,2&3Department of Economics, Bingham University Karu, Nasarawa

Relationship Marketing Dimensions and Customer Loyalty of Selected Public Teaching Hospitals in Southwest, Nigeria

1Kabuoh Margret Nma, 2Onu Christopher Ajah & 3Smith Oluwafolakemi Miriam

1,2&3Department of Business Administration and Marketing,School of Management Sciences, Babcock University, Ilishan –Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria

Urbanization and Cultural Pluralism: The Rebisi (Port Harcourt) Experience in Rivers State, Nigeria

Samuel B. Kalagbor

Department of Public Administration,Captain Elechi Amadi Polytechnic, Rumuola, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria

SMEs Sales Growth: Is Entrepreneurial Leadership Relevant?

1Ebose, A. O., 2Ajike, E. O., 3Egwakhe, J. A., & 4Nwankwere, I. A.

1,2,3&4Department of Business Administration and Marketing, Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo Ogun State, Nigeria

Shadow Banking: Policy Challenges for Central Banks

Thorvald Grung Moe

Special Adviser, Norges Bank, Norway

Effect of Selected Macroeconomic Variables on Financial Sector Development in Nigeria

1Udenwa Theresa Agbonma, 2Abdul, Zainab Husseini, & 3Asemota, Juliana Orobosa

1,2,&3Department of Banking & Finance, Nasarawa State University

Assessing the Application of Federal Character Principles in Staffing Processes and Manpower Utilisation in a Federal University in Nigeria

1Oyintonyo Michael-Olomu& 2Enola E. Ebimonu-Abadi

1Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Federal University Otuoke, Bayelsa State, Nigeria 2Department of Sociology, Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State, Nigeria

Digital Banking and Customer Satisfaction in the Nigeria Financial System

1Clement Adewole, 2Blessing Akpamida & 3Seyi Adeoye

1,2&3Department of Banking and Finance, University of Jos

Branding Strategies and Performance of Food and Beverage Manufacturing Companies in Lagos State, Nigeria: Moderating Effect of Product Portfolio

1Ayeyemi, Oyeyemi O., 2Adefulu Adesoga, 3Ajike, Emmanuel & 4Nwankwere, Idowu

1,2,3&4Department of Business Administration & Marketing Babcock University Nigeria

The Role of Liquidity in Financial Crises

1Franklin Allen & 2Elena Carletti

1University of Pennsylvania
2University of Frankfurt

Econometric Models for Forecasting Market Share: A Case Study Review

1Adegbuyi O. A., 2Akitunde, O. O. & 3Herbertson, E. A.

1Department of Business Management, College of Management Sciences, Covenant University Ota Ogun State
2&3Department of Business Administration and Marketing, Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State

Effect of Public Expenditure Automation on Economic Growth in Nigeria

1Adigizey, John Dollay, 2Nwala, Maurie Nneka & 3Ntaji, Godfrey Awa

1&3Department of Business Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nigeria
2Department of Banking and Finance, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nigeria

Growth of Women and Conflict Management in the SouthSouth Region of Nigeria

1Uchendu Jennifer Matthew & 2Nyenwe Emem

1Department of History and Diplomatic Studies, Faculty of Humanities,
2Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences,Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rumuolumeni, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria

Assessing Credit Derivative Strategies and Financial Performance for Managing Non-Performing Loans in Listed Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria

1Owolabi Sunday A., 2Kwarbai, Jerry D., & 3Olorundare, Kehinde J.

1,2&3Department of Accounting,Babcock University, Ilishan Remo. Ogun state Nigeria

Auditor Independence and Financial Statement Quality

1Monday Olade, Izevbekhai & 2Waseela Oshone, Momodu

1Accountancy Department, Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi
2Department of Taxation, Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi

Electronic Banking and Performance of the Banking SubSector in Nigeria, 2009-2021

1Mpieri Okechukwu Herbert, 2Macdonald Kelechi Ebere, & 3Chris Emenike Nlemoha

1Imo State University, Owerri, Imo State Certified National Accountant, CNA.
2Imo State University, Owerri, Imo State
3British-American University, Florida, USA

Value Reorientation and the Attainment of the National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects

1Otu Offiong Duke, 2Bassey Ekpenyong Anam, 3Esther Esien-Cobham Uzoh, 4Virginia Emmanuel Ironbar, & 5Bisong Daniel Bisong

1&5Department of Public Administration, University of Calabar, Calabar
2Institute of Public Policy & Administration, University of Calabar, Calabar
3Department of Social Work, University of Calabar, Calabar
4Department of Continuing Education and Development Studies, University of Calabar, Calabar

The Financial Crisis: Lessons from History

1Brian Grinder, 2Robert Sarikas, 3Dean Kiefer & 4Arsen Djatej

1,3&4Department of Finance, Eastern Washington University
2Department of Accounting, Ohio University

Effects of Taxation on Nigeria's Economic Growth

1Mbadiwe, Mayor Munachiso & 2Nwoba, Amos Jeremiah

1&2Department of Economics, Evangel University, Ebonyi State

National Home-Grown School Feeding Programme Management: Implementation, Supervision and Monitory in Nigeria

1Johnkennedy T. Ikyase & 2Anthony Ejue Egberi

1Department of Political Science, Federal University Wukari, Wukari, Taraba State, Nigeria
2Department of Public Administration, Federal University Wukari, Wukari, Taraba State, Nigeria

New-Age Media: An Inevitable Tool for Public Administration in Nigeria

Ibukunoluwa Bose Olojede

Department of Public Administration, Lagos State University

Cost Reduction and Staff Commitment in Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) and Nigerian AGIP Oil Company (NAOC) (2018 – 2023)

1Lelegi, Peter Amamiemieye, 2E. O. Oti, & 3E. A. Ugwueje

1,2&3Department of Sociology Abia State University, Uturu.

The Employment Channel of Foreign Direct Investment Through Oil Sector to Economic Growth in Nigeria 1970- 2022

1Emmanuel Eche, 2David Terfa Akighir, 3S. O. Ajegi & 4Nene Awa Eche

1Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Science, Federal University Wukari
2&3Department of Economics, Benue State University Makurdi
4Department of Accounting, Federal University Wukari

Women Entrepreneurship and Rural Development in Bayelsa State

1ThankGod Oyinpreye Apere & 2Warlice Joel Uche

1Department of Economics, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State
2Directorate of Consultancy, Entrepreneurship, Research and Development (DOCERAD) Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State

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