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The capital market is the aspect of the financial system which mobilizes and channels long-term funds for economic development. The capital market embraces trading in both new issues (primary) and old issues of stocks (secondary). Securities are primarily of two Read more…


Unemployment is one of the developmental problems that face every developing economy in the 21st century. International statistics portray that industrial and service workers living in developing regions account for about two-thirds of the unemployed. This among many other crises Read more…


The Millennium development goals (MDGs) were launched at the beginning of the 21st century to help developing countries eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, achieve universal primary education, reduce infant and maternal mortality rates, promote girl child education, combat HIV/AIDS, malaria Read more…


Drugs have been used since civilization began for medication, meditation, divination and recreation. But at no time in history has there been such grave concern-from heads of state to the average citizen over the epidemic nature of drug abuse and Read more…


Background Poverty is a global phenomenon, which affects continents, nations and peoples differently. It afflicts people in various depths and levels, at different times and phases of existence. There is no nation that absolutely free from poverty. The main difference Read more…


The gravity of the effect will be determined by our political, social and economic advantage or disadvantage. It is important to look at the development planning in Nigeria which will serve as a base that will aid easy understanding of this paper. This will be discussed as a form of policy framework of development in Nigeria.


Background African countries have not been committed to the formulation of poverty reduction strategy papers (PRSPs) as a result of the failure of structural adjustment programmes of the 1980s. For several years, there has been economic strategy paper aimed at Read more…


Background Over the years Nigerian economy was formally depending on agricultural output and a major source of income to the economy. The discovery of huge revenue from oil export in the late 1970s and early 1980s made agricultural productivity to Read more…


INTRODUCTION It is very important to understand the process of capitalist penetration of African economies. The process is easily confused with its effects. For instance, it can be confused with economic domination. African economies were and are dominated, but the Read more…


INTRODUCTION, SPREAD AND CONSOLIDATION OF BLACK SETTLEMENTS. In the new world functions of the European conquest and colonization of Amerindian lands in that region starting from about 1500 the details of what conquest and colonization accompanied by the tremendous amount Read more…


INTRODUCTION Marxism, first developed by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, has been the foremost ideology of the communist movement. Marxism considers itself to be the embodiment of scientific socialism; rather than model an “ideal society” based on intellectuals’ design, it Read more…


Globalization has become one concept that is riddled with contradictions and ambiguities. Amidst this uncertainty, it is clearly established that globalization is creating new threats to human security and development in rich and poor countries. It also poses a number Read more…


Poverty either as a plague or cause of other specific problems of under-development afflicts Nigeria as it does to other Nations of the world. The high level of prevalence of poverty in the world has attained an endemic nature, is Read more…


This statement is relevant in the turnout of events leading from the global financial crisis of 2007. Like the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the continuous reform of the Nigerian capital market had been necessitated from the crash which the market experienced largely due to the effect of Read more…


The world over is seriously worried and concerned about the increase in the global poverty rate most especially in the developing countries. This is because the sole aim of any rational government is to maximize the welfare of its people. Nigeria is not left Read more…


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