4 edition of Absorptive capacity and macroeconomic policy in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Absorptive capacity and macroeconomic policy in Nigeria
A. O. Adewuyi
Includes bibliographical references (p. -63).
|Series||NISER monograph series ;, no. 11, 2000, N.I.S.E.R. monograph series ;, 2000, no. 11.|
|Contributions||Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research.|
|LC Classifications||HC1055 .A5467 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||2001385094|
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Sachs’ book but then neither is ‘absorptive capacity’ found in the Easterly index. The concept ‘big push’ listed in the Easterly index refers to the ‘legend of the big push’, and ‘absorptive capacity’ in the Sachs index makes reference to the statement: ‘Limited absorptive capacity is not an argument against aid. By highlighting the interactive nature of absorptive capacity's antecedents and how these relate to firms' performance, this study contributes to the understanding of the role of ACAP as a mechanism for translating external knowledge into tangible benefits in high-tech SMEs, thus leading to important theoretical and practical implications.
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Absorptive capacity, marketing capabilities, and innovation commercialisation in Nigeria Article (PDF Available) in European Journal of Innovation Management October with Reads.
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The purpose of this paper is to investigate how specialised capabilities including absorptive capacity and marketing capabilities influence innovation commercialisation in manufacturing and service firms in Nigeria. The authors hypothesise that absorptive capacity measures including openness and formal training for innovation, and marketing capabilities encompassing new product marketing and Cited by: 2.
However, the effect of the foreign direct investment on economic growth in the domestic countries is not automatic. Some studies have found out that foreign direct investment affects growth only when a certain level of absorptive capacity is reached. This study investigated this assertion in Nigeria.
economy’s absorptive capacity is so low t hat the economic growth experienced in the economy co uld not trickle down to improve the lots of the people. Therefore, it is. The Impact of Private Sector Credit on Economic Growth in Nigeria Ganiyu B.
Amoo, Matthew I. Eboreime, Yusuf Adamu and Maximillian C. Belonwu1 The paper determines empirically the local conditions and policy environment that influence the absorptive capacity of credit in the.
capacity building activities, advisory services and policy research. As part of its research books, monographs, working papers, employment reports and policy briefs. 4 decent work in Nigeria within essential macroeconomic policy targets. Premised on the. maintaining a stable macroeconomic environment in Nigeria.
The primary goal of monetary policy, is the maintenance of domestic price and exchange rate stability as a critical condition for the achievement of sustainable economic growth and external viability.
More specifically, a. The absorptive capacity issue is then at the heart of the debate regarding the increase Finally, the paper analyses the best macroeconomic management’s policy options in response to aid inflow: Nigeria, Venezuela, have gone bankrupt.
It is on this backdrop that the researcher intends to investigate the absorptive capacity and organizational resilience of the aviation sector in River state Nigeria. OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY. The main objective of the study is to ascertain the absorptive capacity and organizational resilience of the aviation industry in River state, Nigeria.
What is Absorptive capacity. Definition of Absorptive capacity: The extent to which a firm can recognize the value of new external information, assimilate it, and apply it toward achieving organizational goals (Miles, AU The in-text citation "Miles, " is not in the reference list.
Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation., p. 17). policy has become critical, and equally so, the sectoral distribution of these expenditures (see (Onimode, ; World Bank, )).
The discovery of crude petroleum in commercial quantities in Nigeria in the middle of the s greatly enhanced the performance of the economy in the s. Downloadable. This paper analyzes the role played by regional conditioning factors, namely absorptive capacity and economic freedom, for the working of regional policy in Germany.
We construct synthetic composite indicators to measure differences in these factors across German regions and stratify regions by their respective values.
We then identify the subsample-specific transmission channels. MACROECONOMIC POLICY FRAMEWORKS FOR RESOURCE-RICH DEVELOPING COUNTRIES—BACKGROUND PAPER 2 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 7 proven reserves for a number of commodities have been revised upward over time.4 For example, proven oil reserves in sub-Saharan Africa more than tripled between andto nearly.
Outsourcing and foreign direct investment (FDI) will bring about strategic linkages with local buyers, suppliers and other institutions. Against this background, this study makes a case for foreign sourcing in the rice sector vis-à-vis the absorptive capacity of the sector over a projected year () period in Nigeria.
Absorptive Capacity and Achieving the MDGs f much higher resource ﬂows. In this paper, we examine these issues for Ethiopia in a way that distinguishes between the implications of: directing.
This study provides a candid, systematic, and critical review of recent evidence on this complex subject. Based on a review of the literature and some new empirical evidence, it finds that (1) in spite of an apparently strong theoretical presumption, it is difficult to detect a strong and robust causal relationship between financial integration and economic growth; (2) contrary to theoretical.
1. Introduction. One of the major constraints of economic growth in developing countries is the inadequacy of savings and investments (Jagadeesh, ), and one way of easing the constraints of the low level of domestic savings and investment is to attract inflows of private capital (Obadan, ).Private capital inflows, which are transmitted through foreign direct investment (FDI), portfolio.
This study was undertaken to determine the effect of macroeconomic policies on the financial sector of the Nigerian economy over a period of ten years (). Macroeconomic policies used were monetary, fiscal and commercial and their instruments were deposit rate, government expenditure and import duties respectively.Absorptive Capacity and Macroeconomic Policy in Nigeria.
Nigeria Institute of Social and Economic Research, Ibadan, ISBN: Adubi, A.A., Agricultural sector in Nigerian economy an overview national centre for economics management (NICEMA).
Policy Papers Analysis Series 4 (2) Ibadan, pp: It is based on a comprehensive data set of large civil wars and covers 27 countries that were in their first decade of post-conflict economic recovery during the s.
Collier and Hoeffler first investigate whether the absorptive capacity for aid is systematically different in post-conflict countries.