International Journal of Operational Research in Management, Social Sciences & Education: Volume 3 Number 2

Date Published September 10, 2017

Editorial Objectives

The International Journal of Operational Research in Management, Social Sciences & Education (IJORMSSE), provides a viable intellectual platform to promote discussions, research analyses and findings in operational research in the fields of Management, Social Sciences and Education. The articles in the Journal are open access to different users in different countries around the world. The quality of papers published are ascertained by an International Editorial Board who operate through a double-blind peer review process..

Journal Articles

Refocusing Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria through Effective Budget Implementation: an Issue towards a Knowledge-Based Economy

1Nyikyaa  Miriam  Nguavese,  2Iliya  Bawa, 3Omaku,  Peter  Enesi  & 4Bilkisu  Abdulganiyi  Fagbemi
1Department  of   Accountancy ,  Federal  Polytechnic  Nasarawa
2Department  of   Marketing,  Federal  Polytechnic  Nasarawa
3Department  of   Mathematics  &  Statistics,  Federal  Polytechnic  Nasarawa
4Department of Business Administration & Management F ederal Polytechnic Nasarawa

Determinants of Accounting Structure in Small and Medium Enterprises: Empirical Evidence from Bauchi State

Mahmoud  Ibrahim

Department of Accounting Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, Bauchi State University , Gadau, Bauchi State

The International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) Adoption and the Profitability of Selected Quoted Oil and Gas Companies in Nigeria

1Adelusi,  Abosede  Ifeoluwa  &  2Ibigbami,  Saheed  Ayobami

1&2Department of Accountancy Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, Ogun State

Poverty, Monetization of Conflict and Insecurity in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria

Raimi  Lasisi

Department of Sociology & Anthropology Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences Federal University Otuoke, Bayelsa State

Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) Lands Boarder Automobile Importation Ban: the Socio-Economic  Implications of the Cotonou Episode

1Jooji, Innocent Tyomlia &  2Oguchi, Chinweuba Benjamin

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

The Elite and Bureaucracy in the Nigerian Political Development

1Kalu, Peters &  2Onwunyi, Ugochuku Mmaduabuchi

1Department of Public Administration, Abia State Polytechnic, Aba.
2Department of Political Science, Chukuemeka Odumegu Ojuku University , Anambra State

Economic Diversification as a Function of Infrastructural Development in Nigeria

Damian  Mbaegbu

Department of Business Management Igbinedion University , Okada, Edo State, Nigeria

Analysis of the Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Economic Growth in Nigeria

1Gandu  Sunday  &  2Yusha'u  Ibrahim Ango

1Department  of   Economics,  Kaduna  State  College of  Education,  Gidan  Waya
2Department of Business Administration, Kaduna State University

Entrepreneurship Education and Intention of Nigerian University Students: Evidence from Literatures

Sani Aliyu Abubakar

International Center of Excellence for Rural Finance and Entrepreneurship, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria

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