All Theses, Dissertations, and Capstone Projects
Year of Award
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
College of Business & Professional Studies
Oil Industry, Energy, Water, Agriculture, Natural Gas, Steel, Education, Subsidies, Capital Market, Africa
This thesis is divided into five parts. The first part is a general overview of the Nigerian economy. The overview is followed by suggested solutions that would help revive the economy in the short-run.
In part two, a sectoral analysis is made of the economy. The areas analyzed include: The oil industry, power supply, water supply, agricultural development and its allied by products, liquefied natural gas, petrochemicals, steel, housing, health and education. The effects of each of the above on the economy were pointed out and appropriate line of actions were stated where desired.
In part three, oil, internal revenue through taxes, subsidies, domestic capital market, external revenue, foreign capital market, and loan sources were structurally looked into as means of financing the Nigerian economy in order to revive it in the short and long run.
In part four, agriculture, water and power supplies were recommended as the sectors that require top priorities by the Nigerian government in order to revive the country's economic conditions as well as sustain the revival.
The final part of the thesis contains the conclusions reached from the review, analysis and recommendations made on the subject matter.
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Ibe, Augustine Onuka, "Financing the Nigerian Economy for Revival in 1985" (1985). All Theses, Dissertations, and Capstone Projects. 615.
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