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2017 - 2020

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2020, volume 10

Economic growth, habit formation, and business cycle pp. 3-20 Downloads
Wei-Bin Zhang
Economic Growth, Habit Formation, and Business Cycle pp. 3-25
Wei-Bin Zhang

2020, volume 9

Confinement efficiency and economic scenarios of Covid-19: The case of Morocco pp. 3-17 Downloads
Firano Zakaria and Filali Fatine
The effect of bank credit on the performance of the manufacturing sector in Nigeria pp. 18-29 Downloads
Olanrewaju F. Nwabuisi, Adesina M. Oke-Bello, Adegboyega S. Oyewole, Anu K. Toriola, Rahmon Abiodun Folami and Adewale Olakunle Afolabi

2020, volume 8

The Covid-19 pandemic lockdown: Curtailing the negative economic impacts pp. 3-14 Downloads
Olawale Isaac Wale-Awe
Effects of Oil Resource Endowment, Natural Gas and Agriculture Output: Policy Options for Inclusive Growth pp. 15-34 Downloads
Ekundayo Mesagan and Juliet Adenuga

2020, volume 7

Socio-economic impacts of novel coronavirus: The policy solutions pp. 3-12 Downloads
Olaniyi Evans
The implications of exchange rate fluctuations on human welfare in Nigeria pp. 13-25 Downloads
Anu Keshiro Toriola, Rahmon Abiodun Folami, Adewale Olakunle Afolabi and Felix Odunayo Ajayi

2020, volume 6

Effect of financial deepening on stock market returns: The case of military and democratic post-SAP regimes in Nigeria pp. 3-21 Downloads
Ismaila Akanni Yusuf, Ekundayo Mesagan and Agatha Nkem Amadi
Determining inflation as monetary or fiscal phenomenon: An empirical evidence from South Asia pp. 22-48 Downloads
Shahid Obaid, Mirza Aqeel Baig and Muzafar Ali Shah

2019, volume 5

Re-examining the link between financial structure and economic growth in Nigeria: An empirical investigation pp. 3-21 Downloads
Matthew Gidigbi
Comparative analysis of the effects of 0, 20, 50, and 66.5% fuel subsidy removals on household wellbeing in Nigeria: A Structuralist CGE Approach pp. 22-44 Downloads
Ernest Odior

2019, volume 4

Oil Resource Abundance in Nigeria and Iran: Contrapuntal Effect on Social and Economic Welfare pp. 3-22 Downloads
Ekundayo Mesagan, Aboje Unah, Olamide Idowu and Abidemi Alamu
Currency Devaluation and Trade Balance Nexus: A Test of Marshall-Lerner Condition in Nigeria pp. 23-43 Downloads
Olasubomi Are

2018, volume 3

Monetary policy shocks and stock market prices volatility in Nigeria pp. 3-26 Downloads
Sesan Adeniji, S. A. J. Obansa and David Okoroafor
Manufacturing sector performance in Africa: The role of monetary policy instruments pp. 27-35 Downloads
Kayode Akinyemi, Isaac Ogbuji and Sunday Adedokun

2018, volume 2

The relative effect of monetary and fiscal policy on economic development in Africa: a GMM approach to the St. Louis equation pp. 3-23 Downloads
Olaniyi Evans, Sesan Adeniji, Isaac Nwaogwugwu, Ikechukwu Kelikume, Olamitunji Dakare and Olubode Oke
Service sector potentials in the transformation of the Nigerian economy pp. 24-35 Downloads
Modinat Olusoji and Anthonia Odeleye

2017, volume 1

The relevance of value added reporting in assessing the financial soundness of deposit money banks in Nigeria pp. 3-18 Downloads
Anthony Adaramola and Olawale Wale-Awe
The Dynamics of Inflation, Public Debt and Exchange Rate in Nigeria pp. 19-34 Downloads
Ernest Odior and Sabastine Arinze
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