International Journal of Entrepreneurial Development, Education and Science Research: Volume 7, Number 1

Editorial Objectives

The International Journal of Entrepreneurial Development, Education and Science Research (IJEDESR) takes an interdisciplinary approach and focuses on qualitative and quantitative research in all areas of management, business innovations, entrepreneurship education and science.

Journal Articles

The Roles of the Informal Sector on Economic Growth in Nigeria

1Michael Enyoghasim, 2Tobechi Abganike, 3Vincent O. Odoh, 4Ikwor Ogbonnanya, 5Ikechukwu Eze Okereke, 6Elechi Ogbonnaya Okpara & 7Okereke Chukwu Ugwu

1,2,4,5&7Dept. of Economics and Dev. Studies, Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu,
3Dept. of Mass Communication, Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu, Nigeria
6Department of Accountancy, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Nigeria

Effective Teaching of Economics in the Universities: The Role of Christian Scholars in Nasarawa State, Nigeria

1Isa Hezekiah Grace, 2Marvelous A. Eunice & 3Aigbedion Marvelous

1&3Department of Economics, Bingham University Karu, Nasarawa State, Nigeria
2Department of Educational Management, Nasarawa State University, Keffi

Modelling Ecological Degradation: The Role of Urbanization, Natural Resource Extraction, Renewable Energy Use and Trade Openness in Sub-Saharan Africa

1Ogbonnaya Ikwor Okoroafor, 2Nwani Chinazaekpere, 3Agbanike Tobechi, 4Ogbuagu Regina Anuli 5Lasbrey Anochiwa & 6Cletus Onwuka

1,2,3,4,5&6Department of Economics and Development Studies, Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu Alike, Ebonyi State Nigeria

Navigating the Long Shadow of High Household Debt

1Mathias Drehmann, 2Mikael Juselius & 3Anton Korinek

1Head of Secretariat, Markets Committee, Bank of International Settlements Basel, Switzerland
2Research Adviser, Monetary Policy and Research Department Bank of Finland, Helsinki
3David M. Rubenstein Fellow Economic studies, Centre on Regulation and Markets Brookings Institution, Washington D.C.

Quality Teacher Education in Nigeria: A Veritable Tool in Promoting Quality Education for National Development

1Ekima Ayibaene FrankOputu & 2Mary Allen Agih

1Department of Social Science Education, Faculty of Education,
2Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State Nigeria

Effect of Covid-19 Pandemic on Microfinance Banks' Effective Service Delivery in Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja

1Beke Adewale Jethro, 2Nwafor Chidi Patrick, & 3Aigbedion I. Marvelous

1Department of Economics, Federal University Lokoja, Kogi State,
2&3Department of Economics, Bingham University Karu, Nasarawa State

Use of Newspaper Advertisement by Universities in Southwest, Nigeria

1Femi Ogunjobi Emmanuel & 2Kayode Adeyemi-Benson

1&2Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State

Effect of Computer Drill and Practice Techniques on Senior Secondary School Student's Academic Achievement in Mathematics at Sokoto State in Northwestern Nigeria

1Aisha Dan Iya Sulaiman & 2Mode Marafa

1School of General Education Department of Educational Foundations, Shehu Shagari College of Education Sokoto
2Department of Curriculum and Instructions, Shehu Shagari College of Education Sokoto

Priority Actions to Address Africa's Economic Recovery

1Victoria Kwakwa & 2Aloysius Uche Ordu

1Vice President for Eastern and Southern Africa, World Bank, Washington D.C.
2Senior Fellow and Director, Africa Growth Initiative, Global Economy and Development, Brookings Institution, Washington D.C.

Technical Discourse of Culture as Enigma of Gender Inequality in Osodebamen Oamen's The Scar

1Amiriheobu, Frank Ifeanyichukwu, 2Ojobah, Christian, 3Felix Nwokocha I. & 4Eke Felix

1Department of Theatre Arts Education, School of Arts and Social Sciences,
2&3Department of Educational Foundation, School of Education,
4Department of Building Technology, School of Technical Education, Federal College of Education (Technical) P.M.B 11, Omoku, Onelga, Rivers State, Nigeria.

Meaningful Work and Employee Prosocial Behaviour in the Hospitality Industry of Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria

1Titus Nezekolizibe & 2Okpu Tarela Oboro

1&2Department of Management, Faculty of Management Sciences, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria

Adoption of Technological Capabilities in Managing Public Sector in Nigeria

Nathaniel C. Ozigbo

Department of Business Administration University of Abuja, Abuja – Nigeria

The Complexity of Contamination in Power Facility and its Effect on Environmental Pollution

Opata J.O.C.

Chemical, Petroleum and Gas Engineering, Federal University Otuoke Bayelsa State

Innovative Construction of Wireless Agidigbo Traditional Musical Instrument: Using Experimental Design

Abiodun Olalere Akere

Department of Music, Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State

Forensic Accounting and Fraud Detection and Prevention in Nigerian Public Sector Using Federal Capital Territory, Abuja – Nigeria as Case Study

1Sulaiman T. H., 2Ajiteru, S. A. R. & 3Abalaka, J. N.

1&3Crown University Intl Chartered Inc. Faculty of Social Science, USA,
2Department of Political Science & International Relations Achievers University, Owo, P.M.B.1030 Owo Ondo State Nigeria

The Significant Relationship Between Resource-Base View and Organizational Strategic Growth

Poazi Deinmodei W. Francis

Department of Management, Faculty of Management Sciences, Niger Delta University, Nigeria

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