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Author:Martins Iyoboyi , Abdrelrasaq Na-Allah
Data Source:[J].EuroEconomica, 2014, Vol.33 (1), pp.43-54DOAJ
Abstract:The paper examines the impact of innovation on economic growth in the Nigerian economy during the period 1970-2011. Applying the Dynamic Ordinary Least Squares model, we find evidence in support of positive impact of innovation, proxied by technology-embodied capital imports, on ...
Author:Martins Iyoboyi
Data Source:[J].Economic Notes, 2013, Vol.42 (3), pp.247-272Wiley
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The paper aimed at empirically investigating the impact of financial deepening on the growth of an economy, with particular emphasis on Nigeria over the period 1981–2010. Financial deepening was segregated to capture both bank and non‐bank financial variables, b...
Author:Martins Iyoboyi
Data Source:[J].Journal of Sustainable Development Studies, 2014, Vol.5 (2)Infinity Press
Abstract:The paper empirically examines the impact of economic growth on conflicts in Nigeria, using annual data for the period 1981 to 2011 and employing the Dynamic OLS methodology. The results indicate that there is a long-run equilibrium relationship between conflict, inflation, ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research, 2015, Vol.2 (2), pp.82-100IKPress
Abstract:The paper analyzes the interactions of macroeconomic policies and their impact on Nigeria’s stock market performance, using annual data for the period 1985-2012, generated from secondary sources. The empirical investigation was implemented through a vector error correction m...
Author:Umeh, J.C. , Kyarem Richard N , Martins Iyoboyi
Data Source:[J].Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 2013科学、技术和教育国际协会
Abstract:The objective of the paper was to empirically investigate the validity of the beneficial grease hypothesis of public sector corruption with particular reference to Nigeria over the period 1981-2012. The study employed a multiple regression Ordinary Least Square methodology a...

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