International Journal of Advanced Studies of Economics and Public Sector Management: Volume 5, 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

A Dynamic Analysis of the Relationship between Human Developmentand Economic Growth in Nigeria

1Anas Ibrahim Kubalu, 2Aminu Muhammad Mustapha & 3Zainab Said Suwaid

1Department of Economics, Bayero University Kano
2Department of Economics and Development Studies, Federal University, Dutse, Nigeria
3Department of Social Sciences and Administration, Bayero University Kano

Education Financing, Labour Productivity, and Economic Development in Nigeria

1Ayila Ngutsav, 2David Terfa Akighir & 3Paul Terhemba Iorember

1,2&3Department of Economics, Benue State University, Makurdi

The Poverty - Democracy Nexus: Evidence from Nigeria

Rose Mbatomon Ako

Department of Economics, Nasarawa State University Keffi, Nigeria

Economic Diversification in Recession: a Case of Nigerian Agriculture as a Sign Post for National Development and Sustainable Growth

Shitu, Abdul Muftah

Department of Economics and Development Studies, Kwara State University, Malete, Ilorin

Gender Equality and Sustainable Development in Nigeria

Asuru, Chikanele

Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rumuolumeni, Port Harcourt

Fiscal Federalism in Nigeria: the Bane of National Development

1PeterUbi & 2John Inyang

1&2Department of Economics University of Calabar, Calabar

Accessing the Influence of Micro Finances on Improving Poverty Status of Households in Abia State

Alozie E.N

Department of Home Economics, Hospitality Management and Tourism
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike College of Applied food Sciences and Tourism Abia State Nigeria.

The Effect of Banks' Credits on the Development of Manufacturing and Agricultural Sectors of Nigeria's Economy

Bada, Oladejo Tokunbo

Department of Banking and Finance The Federal Polytechnic Ilaro, Ilaro, Ogun State

Re-Invigorating the Nigeria Tax System as a Redemption from the Vagaries of the World Oil Market

1Sunday O. Effiok & 2Peter A. Oti

1&2Department of Accounting, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria

Government Expenditure and Human Capital Development in Nigeria: an Auto-Regressive Distributed Lagged Model Approach (ARDL)

1Kairo Chinonso Innocent, 2Mang Niri Job, 3Okeke, Augustine & 4Aondo, Dura Christopher

123&4Department of Banking and Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Jos

Determinants of Sales of Foundry Products in Nigeria: a Discriminant Function Analysis

1Patrick Onumah Agbo & 2Akintunde Olawande Ayeni

1Department of Business Administration, University of Jos, Jos,
2Department of Banking and Finance, University of Jos, Jos

The Exposure of Cash Flow Statement and Management in this Twenty-First Century Business Challenges

1Christopher Osega Otubor, 2Joshua Chibi Dariye, 3Aondo, Dura Christopher, 4Aminu U. Yuguda & 5Mang, Niri Job

1Department of Banking & Finance, University of Jos
2Senator, Federal Republic of Nigeria,
3Department of Business Administration, University of Jos, Jos
4World Bank Finance Project, Financial Management Unit, Office of the Accountant General's, Gombe
5Department of Banking and Finance, University of Jos

Strategies for Overcoming Poverty and Hunger within the Sustainable Development Goal Agenda in Rural Nigeria

Innocent V. O. Modo

Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State

Gender Equality, Education and Sustainable Development in Nigeria in the 21st Century: an Appraisal

1Amin Zaigi Ngharen & 2Christiana Enubi Akogwu

1&2Department of History and International Studies, Federal University Lafia, Nasarawa State

Resource Control: a Necessary Element for True Federalism in Nigeria

1Ekuri, K. A. & 2Etim, E. E.

1Department of Political Science, College of Education, Akamkpa C.R.S., Nigeria
2Department of Public Administration, University of Calabar

The Roles of French and Other Foreign Languages in 21st Century in Business Administration: a Case of Mubi Town

Suleiman Balluwa Gella

Department of Languages, Federal Polytechnic, Mubi

Security Tensions and the Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals in Nigeria

1Joseph K. Ukwayi & 2Bassey Anam

1Department of Sociology, University of Calabar
2Institute of Public Policy & Administration, University of Calabar

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