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The emergence and collapse of public enterprises in Nigeria

Ishaq Isola Omoleke

The emergence and collapse of public enterprises in Nigeria

by Ishaq Isola Omoleke

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Published by Obafemi Awolowo University Press in Ile-Ife, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industries -- Nigeria,
  • Business enterprises -- Nigeria,
  • Nigeria -- Economic conditions -- 1970-

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 88-90).

    Other titlesEmergence & collapse of public enterprises in Nigeria
    Statementby Omoleke Ishaq Isola.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD4365.5 .O485 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 90 p. :
    Number of Pages90
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23724350M
    ISBN 109781361662
    ISBN 109789781361661
    LC Control Number2008531598

    entrepreneurship development by exploring the different models of entrepreneurship development in Nigeria. Therefore, the objectives of the study are to: i. Identify the problems that militate against sustainable entrepreneurship development in Nigeria. ii. Examine critically the sources of File Size: KB. The study of the impact of bureaucracy in Nigeria public enterprise. The case study of PHCN Enugu District will seek to test the following hypothesis: 1. H 0: Bureaucracy has no significant impact in Nigeria public enterprise. H I: Bureaucracy has significant impact in Nigeria public enterprise. 2.

    Public Enterprises: Unresolved Challenges and New Opportunities Cover Designed by the Graphic Design Unit Outreach Division United Nations Department of Public Information ISBN Sales No. EII.H —January —1, Public Enterprises: Unresolved Challenges and New Opportunities This publication features the papers. enterprises, reinforced this view. Thus, by , there were over 1, public sector enterprises in Nigeria, of which were owned by the federal government, and the rest by state and local governments (Jerome, ). The public enterprise sector excluding petroleum accounted for about 15% of Nigeria’s gross domestic product in

    Performance of Public Enterprises in Nigeria and the Privatization Option Research Centre for Management and Social Studies Performance of Public Enterprises in Nigeria and the Privatization Option Agabi Paul Tsunabavyon 1 & Orokpo, Ogbole F.E 2 1 Department of Public Administration, Federal Polytechnic Bida Niger State, Nigeria. Email File Size: 96KB. Privatization is designed to increase – economic effectiveness and efficiency by imposing market discipline in the planning and management of public enterprises in Nigeria, after the influence of technical committee on privatization and commercialization (T.C.P.C) in ’s privatization was slower in thes privatization in Nigeria has Author: Melisa Santos.


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The emergence and collapse of public enterprises in Nigeria by Ishaq Isola Omoleke Download PDF EPUB FB2

Public enterprises operate at the boundary of public and private sectors in mixed economies, arguments about them are often about the role of government itself. Definitions of public enterprise Generally speaking, public enterprise has two dimensions-public dimension which usually refers to public.

The Emergence of Public Enterprise in Nigeria The two major forces that led to the establishment of public enterprises in Nigeria are the political and economic factors. During the British colonial administration, Nigeria’s economic posture at the international market was reckoned with in terms of agro-allied products; hence the File Size: KB.

The public enterprises came into existence as a result of the expanding scope of public advent of the concept of welfare state after the Second World War and the increasing developmental initiative undertaken by Government across the world, the system of.

6 Problems Of Public Enterprises In Nigeria And Solutions by Sherif Leave a Comment Public Enterprise literally means business enterprises that are owned and managed by the government which might be the state, federal or the local government or its agencies. Public Enterprise in Nigeria I.

FEDERAL PUBLIC UTILITIES 1. HANSON. Hanson, whose book on “Public Enterprise and Economic Development” is to be published early next year, is Reader in Public Administration at the University of Leeds. This is the first of two by: 2. Public corporations are establishments and enterprises that are government owned and run that came into being through acts of parliament or statutes, decrees or edicts to provide essential social and welfare services to the citizens of the country.

Before going into the Types Of Public Enterprises In Nigeria, its good to know that Public enterprises [ ]. In line with this strategy, the number of public enterprises in Nigeria grew from fifty in to about eight hundred in (Adamolekun, ).

Salako () asserts that Public Enterprises in Nigeria are estimated to account for percent of GDP. Analysis of the performance of public enterprises in nigeria 1. European Journal of Business and Management ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.6, No, Analysis of the Performance of Public Enterprises in Nigeria Daniel Cross Ogohi Office of the Registrar, Kogi State College of Education, P.M.BAnkpa, Kogi State – Nigeria Email:.

In a nutshell, NIPOST is generally not so insulated from the usual inefficiency and malfunction, which pervades and undermines the relevance of public enterprises in Nigeria (Ezeani, The study sought to ascertain the role of public enterprises in improving the standard of living in Nigeria, to determine the nature of the relationship between Public enterprises and employment generation, to ascertain challenges encounter by public enterprises in contributing to national study had a population size of Ishaq Isola Omoleke has written: 'The emergence and collapse of public enterprises in Nigeria' -- subject(s): Industries, Business enterprises, Economic conditions Asked in Nigeria, Public Relations.

Nevertheless, public enterprises are in dilemma of some management constraints, which tend to hinder their goals and objectives. Against, the background of the above explication, this research work empirically explored into the management of public enterprises in Nigeria with a particular reference to Nigeria TelevisionFile Size: KB.

Privatization of Public Enterprises in Nigeria: Critical Success Factors The great economic depression of the late s and the early s brought about the collapse of the private sector enterprises. The justification for the establishment of Public Enterprises in Nigeria is clearly set out in the Constitution of the Federal Republic of.

Ishaq Isola Omoleke has written: 'The emergence and collapse of public enterprises in Nigeria' -- subject(s): Industries, Business enterprises, Economic conditions.

Since Nigeria cannot rely on multinational industries to industrialize Nigeria, its basic hope of industrializing is ended. The collapse of most small-scale industries has enhanced the consolidation of the Nigerian economy by the multinational companies.

As a result, even at the most difficult times in Nigeria, these companies declare super File Size: 77KB. The estimated 1, public enterprises in Nigeria account for between 30 and 40 percent of fixed capital investments and the same proportion of formal sector employment. To conclude the full-scale privatization the decree was repealed and the Bureau Author: Melisa Santos.

Elite politics and Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria conceptualised within the framework of human security. With a poverty pre-valence of %, the north-east File Size: KB. Omoleke II (). Emergence and Collapse of Public Enterprises in Nigeria.

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Cases of Political Decentralisation in : Omoleke Ishaq Isola, Ike Fayomi. The performance of public enterprises in Nigeria was assessed on two issues (autonomy issues and return on investment).

Autonomy Issues In Nigeria, the phenomenon of external control or interference rarely ever escapes mention in studies and writings on public enterprises. This is because hardly any senior official in a public enterpriseAuthor: Adam A. Anyebe. THE ROLE OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISE IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMBRA BROADCASTING SERVICE (ABS) AWKA).

CHAPTER ONE. INTRODUCTION. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY. Public enterprise until independence the Nigerian economy was economically and practically dominated by imperialists Nigerians has since after independence.

optimally. The privatization of public enterprises has been suggested as a panacea for solving the challenges facing public enterprises in Nigeria.

The extent to which this objective has been realized is still subject to controversy. This paper examines the challenges facing public enterprises in Nigeria with a special focus on the File Size: 71KB.The study focuses on the role of public enterprises in economic development in study soughs to ascertain the role of public enterprises in improving the standard of living in Nigeria.COVID Resources.

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