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Recession and repression in Nigeria

Etannibi E. O. Alemika

Recession and repression in Nigeria

by Etannibi E. O. Alemika

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Published by Research & Publications Dept., African Centre for Democratic Governance in Jos, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria,
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Recessions -- Nigeria.,
    • Nigeria -- Politics and government -- 1960-

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p.55-57).

      StatementEtannibi E.O. Alemika.
      SeriesAFRIGOV monograph series ;, no.2
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC1055 .A63 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination57 p. ;
      Number of Pages57
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6807266M
      ISBN 109781661313
      LC Control Number00271177
      OCLC/WorldCa41543018

      Nigeria Inflation in Nigeria has been on a steady upward path soaring to a high of % in August This, coupled with a negative growth rate of % and an unemployment rate of %, both for the 2nd quarter of , has led some analysts to tag Nigeria’s economic situation as a stagflation.   Nigeria’s economy has finally moved out of recession after it slipped into downturn early , about two years ago. This was disclosed by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) report on Tuesday.

      Financial Repression: Evidence and Theory. The policy has appeared more recently in the wake of the recent Great Recession when, in the face of severe fiscal stress, numerous countries reinstituted various measures of financial repression. financial repression and issue large amounts of debt, it adds extra costs to keeping debt high. TheseFile Size: 77KB. By the end of August , official data had confirmed that the second quarter of the year had seen a 2-percent contraction in Nigeria’s economy, from the same three-month period in Given that this was the second consecutive quarter of negative GDP (gross domestic product) growth, it meant that Africa’s biggest economy had slipped into a recession—a situation from .

      Watch news coverage of Nigeria’s recession here: There appears, however, to be a few positives for the Nigerian economy in the midst of all its current economic woes. To begin with, the NBS. Nigeria In Recession as Oil Production Cut by Militants Militancy in the Niger Delta has slashed oil production by over , barrels per day. Choose a Membership That's Perfect for You!


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Recession and repression in Nigeria by Etannibi E. O. Alemika Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nigeria: A year of recession and repression is a review of the Major General Muhammadu Buhari years as Head of state of Nigeria between The review was first published in and is contained in the Africa Contemporary Record | Annual Survey and Documents | Editor- Colin Legum | Executive Editors- Helen and Sean Moroney |.

THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC RECESSION: NATURE, IMPACT AND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR AN EMERGING MARKET- NIGERIA. MRS NJOGO, BIBIANA OLUCHUKWU DEPT. OF ACCOUNTING / BANKING AND FINANCE CALEB UNIVERSITY, MAGODO, LAGOS - NIGERIA.

ABSTRACT A global economic recession is a period of global File Size: 42KB. The Great Recession was a period of marked general decline observed in national economies globally during the late scale and timing of the recession varied from country to country (see map). The International Monetary Fund (IMF) formerly concluded that it was the most severe economic and financial meltdown since the Great Depression.

The causes of the Great. WHY NIGERIA WENT INTO RECESSION. Hon Dozie went ahead to note that,after a decade of growth of about 6% in the Nigerian economy, Nigeria has been adjudged to be in the phase of recession following. Organisers of the Nigeria International Book Fair Trust (NIBFT) have expressed worry that most exhibitors may not participate at this year’s fair due to the economic recession.

Recession And Nigeria’s Disarticulated Economy. Okachikwu Dibia. [email protected] Every economy managed according to the rules of capitalism may experience boom, recession or depression.

Nigeria’s current recession has been in the pipeline to burst anytime the shallowness of her economy was exposed. Financial repression "played an important role in reducing debt-to-GDP ratios after World War II" by keeping real interest rates for government debt below 1% for two-thirds of the time between andthe United States was able to "inflate away" the large debt (% of GDP) left over from the Great Depression and World War II.

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Nigeria has exited its worst economic recession in more than two decades, notching up growth of per cent in. Nigeria in Retrospect: NIGERIA A YEAR OF RECESSION AND REPRESSION – By.

PanAtlantic Journal Staff. Janu Share. Tweet. Share. Share. 0 comments. Prev 8 of 13 Next. Relations With Britain. Misunderstanding and insensitivity on both sides led to bitter recriminations between Lagos and London. Although the main focus of. “While the news of Nigeria entering a recession may be painful, it should be no surprise as the incessant declines in oil prices have punished heavily oil export nations, with Nigeria being no.

Financial repression is a term that describes measures by which governments channel funds to themselves as a form of debt reduction. This concept was introduced in by Stanford economists. After a few quarters of negative growth that saw the death of businesses, the Nigerian economy is out of recession, but "conditions remain difficult for businesses," World Economics said Tuesday.

During a recession, families must still pay the household bills, and try to get out of debt. Bankruptcy, judgments, and late payments can all hurt your credit score. Your credit history impacts credit card and loan interest rates, insurance rates, and even job opportunities, as some companies review applicants’ credit histories.

Economic analysts and political commentators have also strongly argued that one of the factors which contributed to the current recession in Nigeria was the six months delay of the current. Nigeria’s Recession According to NBS data, the Nigerian economy has recorded two consecutive quarters of economic contraction In Q1GDP growth was negative (%) and recently released Q2 data reflects a larger contraction (%).

The British-educated entrepreneur is the director of Nigeria's largest online alcohol retailerwhich has not merely survived but thrived during a prolonged recession. Nigeria’s economy will probably slip into a recession after a four-month delay in the nation’s budget stalled economic stimulus programs, central.

Furthermore, Nigeria fourth quarter for is % growth rate. The country cannot say it have conquered recession because of the positive value. Causes of Economic recession.

The major cause of economic recession in any economy (lesson from great depression,economic recession) may include. There are two ways in which the global recession impacted on the gen - eration of livelihoods in developing countries.

The first was a decline in direct investment, and the second was in transfers through tourism and remittances. Activities such as tourism which fall within the small sector suffered as a result of the global Size: KB. This study examines the issue of the political economy of recession in Nigeria ().

The specific objectives of the study are to investigate how politics impacted (in this period) on the. Recession is a business cycle contraction, and it refers to a general slowdown in economic activity for two consecutive quarters. During recession, there is usually a decline in certain macroeconomic indicators such as GDP, employment, investment spending, capacity utilization, household income, business income.

Growth in Nigeria marks the end of its worst recession in 25 years. Read More Africa's leading oil producer has been hard hit by falling prices for the commodity, which accounts for the majority.

IMF data projects a percent change in real GDP for This would be the first annual decline in over twenty years, and the worst annual recession to have hit the country sincewhen.