International Journal of Advanced Studies of Economics and Public Sector Management: Volume 5, Number 3

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

Nigeria's Economic Recovery & Growth Plan: Tackling the Macroeconomic Downside Risks

1Kyarem, Richard N . & 2Ogwuche David D.

1Department of Economics, Federal University, Dutsinma, Katsina State
2Department of Economics, Bingham University Karu, Nasarawa State

The Impact of e-Commerce on Customer Satisfaction: a Case Study of Kaduna State Metropolis in Nigeria

1Iluno Ezinne Chinyere & 2Yakubu Joy Asmau

1Department of Economics, Faculty of Social and Management Science
2Nigerian Defense Academy Kaduna

Investing in Nigerian People: an Agenda for Sustainable Livelihoods and National Development

1Kalu, Chris U., 2Metu, A. G. & 3Ezenekwe, U . R.

1,2&3Department of Economics, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria

The Economic Recovery and Growth Plan, National Universities Commission, Falling Academic Standards and Nigerian Development

Rose Mbatomon Ako

Department of Economics, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nigeria

Education Sector and Economic Growth in Nigeria: an Impact Analysis

1Aigbedion Isibor Marvelous , 2Iyakwari Anna Dyaji Baba, & 3Gyang Joshua Emily

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

Corruption and Effective Public Service Performance in Nigeria

1Collins Friday Obialor & 2Ozuzu, Henry Ugochukwu

1&2Department of Political Science Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri

Impact of Economic Recovery on Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria

1Nwaiwu, Blessing Nkechi & 2Opusunju, Michael Isaac

1Departmentof Business Administration, University of Abuja, Nigeria
2Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi

Organizational Ethics and Customer Loyalty in Selected Commercial Banks in Rivers State

1Enyindah, Charles Wele, 2Ukpabi, Dandison, C., 3Dapper, Edwin M. & 4Ejire, Sakanwi

1,3&4Department of Business Administration and Management, Ken Saro-Wiwa Polytechnic, Bori
2Department of Marketing, Ken Saro-Wiwa Polytechnic, Bori

Harnessing the Potentials of Foreign Policy through Public Sector Reforms for the African Society: the Nigerian Perspective

1Oguchi, Chinweuba Benjamin & 2Jooji, Innocent Tyomlia

1Department of Economics, Veritas University, Abuja
2Department of Political Science and Diplomacy, Veritas University, Abuja

Assessment of Internet Usage among Undergraduate Students of Shehu Shagari College of Education Sokoto, Sokoto State Nigeria

1Bashiru Aliyu Gada & 2Nasiru Muhammad Sani

1Department of Curriculum and Instruction, School of General Education,
2Department of Educational Foundation, School of General Education, Shehu Shagari College of Education, P .M.B . 2129 Sokoto, Sokoto State, Nigeria

Role of T echnology Incubation on Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria: a Case Study of Minna Technology Incubation Centre

Abdulmalik Ndagi

Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management and Social Sciences Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai; Niger State

Government Diversification Policy, Industrial Sector and Output Growth in Nigeria

1Ikechukwu A. Mobosi, 2Chinonyelun J . Okafor & 3Obasi Asoh

1Department of Economics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
2&3Department of Business Administration and Management, Abia State Polytechnic

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