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  1. 1. Organisational Culture and Performance: Empirical Investigation of Nigerian Insurance Companies — 26 November 2012

    Authors:   • ~ Olu Ojo, Afiliation: Department Of Business Studies Covenant University, Ogun State Nigeria
    Abstract: This research work examines the impact of organizational culture on performance using Nigerian insurance companies as case study. The study inves

    Manager 8 - 2008 > Organisational Culture and Performance: Empirical Investigation of Nigerian Insurance Companies

  2. 2. Appraisal of the impact of environmental scanning on corporate performance in selected Nigerian banks — 26 November 2012

    Authors:   • Olu Ojo, Afiliation: Department Of Business Studies Covenant University, Ogun State Nigeria
    Abstract: This research study examines the Impact of Environmental Scanning on Corporate Performance in Selected Nigerian Banks. Our goal was to establish

    Manager 7 - 2008 > Appraisal of the impact of environmental scanning on corporate performance in selected Nigerian banks

  3. 3. Regulating the Electricity Supply Industry in Nigeria. An Assessment of Consumer's Attitudes — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Olawale Ibrahim Olateju, Afiliation: Department of Business Administration and Management Technology, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos  • Oludare Tolulope Adeyemi, Afiliation: Department General General Studies - Economics Unit - Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorudu, Lagos  • Mustapha Abiodun Okunnu, Afiliation: Department General General Studies - Economics Unit - Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorudu, Lagos
    Abstract: The power sector is critical to the development of any country and Nigeria is no exception, incessant power outrage has been the bane of economic deve

    Manager 9 - 2009 > Regulating the Electricity Supply Industry in Nigeria. An Assessment of Consumer's Attitudes

  4. 4. Measuring the Distributional Impact of Public Health Spending on Poverty in Nigeria — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Olawale Ibrahim Olateju, Afiliation: Department of Business Administration and Management technology, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos  • Oludare Tolulope Adeyemi, Afiliation: Department General Studies - Economics Unit - Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu, Lagos  • Mustapha Abiodun Okunnu, Afiliation: Department General Studies - Economics Unit - Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu, Lagos
    Abstract: Most African health systems are replicas of what was inherited from the colonial era and are therefore unevenly weighted toward privileged elites and

    Manager 9 - 2009 > Measuring the Distributional Impact of Public Health Spending on Poverty in Nigeria

  5. 5. Corporate Diversification and Firm Performance: an Empirical Study — 21 November 2012

    Authors:   • Olu Ojo, Afiliation: Department Of Business Studies Covenant University, Ogun State Nigeria
    Abstract: The importance of diversification and performance in then strategic management literature is widely accepted among academics and practitioners . Howev

    Manager 9 - 2009 > Corporate Diversification and Firm Performance: an Empirical Study

  6. 6. Exploring the Relationships Between Just-In-Time Technique and Manufacturing Performance: Empirical Evidence From Selected Nigerian Firms — 18 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. John Kolade Obamiro, Afiliation: College of Business and Social Sciences - Nigeria
    Abstract: This study explores the relationship between just-in-time technique and manufacturing performance of some selected Nigerian companies. Just-in

    Manager 10 - 2009 > Exploring the Relationships Between Just-In-Time Technique and Manufacturing Performance: Empirical Evidence From Selected Nigerian Firms

  7. 7. A comparative study of male and female perceptions of service quality in fast food industry — 04 December 2012

    Authors:   • ~ Ogunnaike Olaleke Oluseye, Afiliation: Department of business studies Covenant university
    Abstract: The development of technology has brought about sudden shift in the economy towards service economy. It becomes important therefore that marke

    Manager 10 - 2009 > A comparative study of male and female perceptions of service quality in fast food industry

  8. 8. Analysis of nigerian consumers’ perception of foreign made products — 04 December 2012

    Authors:   • ~Omotayo Oyeniyi, Afiliation: Department of Business Studies, Covenant University, Nigeria.
    Abstract:  This article presents the results of a survey of Nigerian consumers’ perception and attitude towards products foreign made product

    Manager 10 - 2009 > Analysis of nigerian consumers’ perception of foreign made products

  9. 9. Relationship marketing and customer loyalty:a customer service approach in nigerian companies. in nigerian companies. — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Udegbe,Scholastica., E, Afiliation: Marketing Unit, Department of Business administration and Management Technology. Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria.   • Idris,Adekunle.A., Afiliation: Marketing Unit, Department of Business administration and Management Technology. Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria.   • Olumoko,Tajudeen .A., Afiliation: Marketing Unit, Department of Business administration and Management Technology. Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria.
    Abstract: This paper examines relationship marketing and customer loyalty from the approach of customer service-using some selected companies in Nigeria as a

    Manager 12 - 2010 > Relationship marketing and customer loyalty:a customer service approach in nigerian companies. in nigerian companies.

  10. 10. Bank capitalization and market share in the Nigeria deposit banks(1986-2006) — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ikpefan Ochei Ailemen, email: Ochei_Ikpefan@yahoo.Co.Uk, Afiliation: Ochei Ailemen Ph.D (Banking & Finance), ACA, ACIB Department of Banking & Finance, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State
    Abstract: This study investigates the impact of shareholders’ fund on bank performance (market share) in the Nigerian deposit banks (1986-2006). The study

    Manager 12 - 2010 > Bank capitalization and market share in the Nigeria deposit banks(1986-2006)

  11. 11. Impact assessment of microfinance institutions in Nigeria: gaps, inefficiencies and emerging solutions — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Okunnu,Mustapha Abiodun, Afiliation: Department of General Studies (Economics Unit) Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu P.M.B 21606, Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria   • Adeyemi,Oludare Tolulope, Afiliation: Department of General Studies (Economics Unit) Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu P.M.B 21606, Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria   • Yusuf,Babatunde Rahman, Afiliation: Department of Accounting and Finance Lagos State University, Ojo P.M.B 01, LASU Post Office, Lagos State, Nigeria   • Idowu,Khadijat Adeola, Afiliation: Department of Accounting and Finance Lagos State University, Ojo P.M.B 01, LASU Post Office, Lagos State, Nigeria
    Abstract: Microfinance has received a lot of attention recently, both from policy makers as well as in academic circles. Microfinance interventions have cont

    Manager 12 - 2010 > Impact assessment of microfinance institutions in Nigeria: gaps, inefficiencies and emerging solutions

  12. 12. The relevance of customer relationship management in the nigerian banking industry (A case study of intercontinental Bank Plc) — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Babatunde B. O., email: bayoogoga@yahoo.com , Afiliation: Osun State University,Okuku. Dept of Economics and Management Sciences, Osun State  • Ajayi E.O., email: ask4oluajayi@yahoo.co.uk, Afiliation: Osun State University,Okuku. Dept of Economics and Management Sciences, Osun State
    Abstract: Customers relation management (CRM) is an emerging customer innovation focused on growing customers profitably by knowing, caring and delivering va

    Manager 12 - 2010 > The relevance of customer relationship management in the nigerian banking industry (A case study of intercontinental Bank Plc)

  13. 13. Integrated marketing communications:pathway for enhancing client-costomer relationships — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Kehinde Oladele Joseph, email: kehindecovenant@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Department Of Business Studies, Covenant University, Ota, P.O.Box 94, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria
    Abstract: The strategic coordination of marketing communication tools is vital and highly crucial for every result driven organization today. Companies must be

    Manager 12 - 2010 > Integrated marketing communications:pathway for enhancing client-costomer relationships

  14. 14. Pension risk management in a developing economy:lessons from the nigerian capital market — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Onafalujo , Afiliation: Department of Accounting and Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria   • Akin K., Afiliation: Department of Accounting and Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria   • Eke, Afiliation: Department of Accounting and Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria   • Patrick O., Afiliation: Department of Accounting and Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria
    Abstract: The killer risk in any pension scheme is the failure of pension asset sufficiency to meet the promised benefits to retirees. A Pension Risk Managem

    Manager 12 - 2010 > Pension risk management in a developing economy:lessons from the nigerian capital market

  15. 15. Bank consolidation/capitalization in the Nigerian Commercial Bank(1986-2006):Causes,consequences and implication for the future — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ikpefan Ochei Ailemen
    Abstract: The CBN Governor noted that the vision or prospect of the CBN and the Federal Government of Nigeria is a banking system that is part of the global cha

    Manager 12 - 2010 > Bank consolidation/capitalization in the Nigerian Commercial Bank(1986-2006):Causes,consequences and implication for the future

  16. 16. Debt management and economic growth in Nigeria:performance,challenges and responsibilities — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Yusuf Babatunde Raman  • Idowu Khadijat Adeola  • Okunnu Mustapha Abiodun  • Adeyemi Oludare Tolulope
    Abstract: There is no one entity solely responsible for the debt crisis Nigeria found itself in by the early 1980s: not the Nigerian government, the banks, n

    Manager 12 - 2010 > Debt management and economic growth in Nigeria:performance,challenges and responsibilities

  17. 17. Bank consolidation/capitalization in the Nigerian Commercial Bank(1986-2006):causes,consequences and implication for the future — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Ikpefan Ochei Ailemen
    Abstract: The CBN Governor noted that the vision or prospect of the CBN and the Federal Governament of Nigeria is a banking system that is part of the global ch

    Manager 11 - 2010 > Bank consolidation/capitalization in the Nigerian Commercial Bank(1986-2006):causes,consequences and implication for the future

  18. 18. Food crisis and population growth in Nigeria — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • Babatunde B.O.  • Ajayi S.O.
    Abstract: Global food shortage and poverty scourge are challenges requiring urgent attention across the globe. Food insecurity of the lower income groups i

    Manager 11 - 2010 > Food crisis and population growth in Nigeria

  19. 19. Optimizing job satisfaction through motivation in the face of Economic crisis among Nigeria's University staff — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • Babatunde B.O., Afiliation: Department of Business Administration, Osun State University, Nigeria
    Abstract: This study examined job satisfaction through motivation in the face of economic crisis among universities staff in Nigeria with reference to the Un

    Manager 13 - 2011 > Optimizing job satisfaction through motivation in the face of Economic crisis among Nigeria's University staff

  20. 20. Electronic commerce, automation and online banking in Nigeria: challenges and benefits — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • B. Sc., M. Sc. Stephen A. Ojeka, Afiliation: Accounting Department, Covenant University, Nigeria  • Ph. D., ACA, ACIB, FNIM. O. Ailemen Ikpefan, Afiliation: Banking and Finance Department, Covenant University, Nigeria
    Abstract: Electronic banking has been around for some time in the form of automatic teller machines and telephone transactions. More recently, it has been me

    Manager 13 - 2011 > Electronic commerce, automation and online banking in Nigeria: challenges and benefits

  21. 21. Consumer's Attitude Segmentation for Effective Market Communication: A Case Study of Soft Drinks — 18 December 2012

    Authors:   • Abiodun, Abolaji Joachim, Afiliation: Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria  • Oyeniyi, Omotayo Joseph, Afiliation: Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria
    Abstract: The fate of any product is ultimately determined by consumers’ attitude to it. This study based on primary data attempts to stratify the demand

    Manager 13 - 2011 > Consumer's Attitude Segmentation for Effective Market Communication: A Case Study of Soft Drinks

  22. 22. Competitive marketing strategies: tools for enhancing value in the dynamic world of business — 18 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Kehinde Oladele Joseph, Afiliation: Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria  • Ph. D. Ikioda Inaboya Emmanuel, Afiliation: Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria
    Abstract: Developing solid competitive marketing strategies in order to contribute towards long-term sustainable success, has become imperative today for every

    Manager 13 - 2011 > Competitive marketing strategies: tools for enhancing value in the dynamic world of business

  23. 23. Strategic Marketing of Made-in-Nigeria Goods and Consumer's Acceptance in Nigeria. An Empirical Analysis of Textile Products — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Sunday Abayomi Adebisi, Afiliation: Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria
    Abstract: This study was conceived with the intention of the author to appraise and assess the viability, acceptability and challenges inherent with the marketa

    Manager 13 - 2011 > Strategic Marketing of Made-in-Nigeria Goods and Consumer's Acceptance in Nigeria. An Empirical Analysis of Textile Products

  24. 24. FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR SLOW ADOPTION OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPPS) IN NIGERIA — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Amir Hussin B. Baharuddin, Afiliation: University Sains Malaysia  • Abdul Hamid Kadir Pakir, Afiliation: University Sains Malaysia  • Abdelnaser Omran , Afiliation: University Sains Malaysia  • Otairu Abdulganiyu, Afiliation: University Sains Malaysia
    Abstract: The growth and development of any nation is greatly dependent on the availability of basic social infrastructure like good road, efficient power suppl

    Manager 14 - 2011 > FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR SLOW ADOPTION OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPPS) IN NIGERIA

  25. 25. HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: THE ROLE OF EDUCATION AND HEALTH — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • MATTHEW, A. OLUWATOYIN, Afiliation: Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria
    Abstract: This study looked at Human Capital Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria – the Role of Education. Even though there are different perspectiv

    Manager 14 - 2011 > HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: THE ROLE OF EDUCATION AND HEALTH

  26. 26. LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE AS A CHALLENGE TO THE ACTUALIZATION OF VISION 2020 IN NIGERIA — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • OLOWE, OLUSEGUN, Afiliation: BANKING AND FINANCE DEPARTMENT,Covenant University,Ota,Nigeria
    Abstract: The study highlighted the importance of required infrastructures such as energy as a panacea to the realization of the objectives and goals of Vision

    Manager 14 - 2011 > LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE AS A CHALLENGE TO THE ACTUALIZATION OF VISION 2020 IN NIGERIA

  27. 27. INVESTIGATING THE POTENTIALS OF FAST TRACK IN MITIGATING PROJECT ABANDONMENT: CASE STUDIES — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Amir Hassin B.Baharuddin, Afiliation: Universitri Sains Malaysia  • Abdulhamid Kadir Pakir , Afiliation: Universitri Sains Malaysia  • Abdelnaser Omran , Afiliation: Universitri Sains Malaysia  • Ibrahim Ado Wudil , Afiliation: Universitri Sains Malaysia
    Abstract: The construction industry plays a very role in the fixed capital formation of any economy. Thus, the activities of construction in any economy, mirror

    Manager 14 - 2011 > INVESTIGATING THE POTENTIALS OF FAST TRACK IN MITIGATING PROJECT ABANDONMENT: CASE STUDIES

  28. 28. THE IMPACT OF LIBERALIZED FINANCIAL SYSTEM ON SAVINGS, INVESTMENT AND GROWTH IN NIGERIA — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • MATTHEW, A. Oluwatoyin, Afiliation: College of Development Studies, Covenant University, Ota  • OLOWE, Olusegun, Afiliation: College of Development Studies,Covenant University, Ota.
    Abstract: For the past twenty years, an enhanced financial sectoral deregulation has been a major economic tool in the agenda of most less developed economies a

    Manager 14 - 2011 > THE IMPACT OF LIBERALIZED FINANCIAL SYSTEM ON SAVINGS, INVESTMENT AND GROWTH IN NIGERIA

  29. 29. An Exploratory Study of the Women Entrepreneurial Motivation in the South-West Nigeria — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D.Chinonye Okafor, Afiliation: Covenant University,Ota,Ogun State,Nigeria  • Akinbode Mosunmola, Afiliation: Covenant University, Ota,Ogun State,Nigeria
    Abstract: Women entrepreneurial motivation is a function of variables that are subject to authors and researchers’ opinions and views.  These variabl

    Manager 14 - 2011 > An Exploratory Study of the Women Entrepreneurial Motivation in the South-West Nigeria

  30. 30. Nigerian stock exchange and economic development — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • Olowe,Olusegun, Afiliation: Departament Of Banking & Finance Covenant University  • Matthew,Oluwatoyin, Afiliation: Departament Of Economics & Development Studies Covenant University,Ota,Nigeria  • Fasina,Fagbeminiyi, Afiliation: Departement Of Economics & Development Studies Covenant University,Ota,Nigeria
    Abstract: The need to critically analyze the efficiency of capital market on the Nigerian economy forthe period between 1979 and 2008 as a reference point for d

    Manager 14 - 2011 > Nigerian stock exchange and economic development

  31. 31. The public spending crisis: a case study of Nigeria public sector — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • PhD(Accounting)MBA.Mukoro Dick Oluku, Afiliation: British Association of Accountants and Auditors(FBAA)  • Omankhanlen Alex Ehimare, Afiliation: Departament of Banking and Finance Covenant University,Ota
    Abstract: The objective of this paper is to discuss the differences in the concept and measurement of efficiency between the private and public sect

    Manager 14 - 2011 > The public spending crisis: a case study of Nigeria public sector

  32. 32. Human capital invesment and economic growth in Nigeria: The role of education and health — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Matthew A. Oluwatoyin, Afiliation: Department of Economics & Development Studies, College of Development Studies, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria
    Abstract: This study looked at Human Capital Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria – the Role of Education. Even though there are different per

    Manager 15 - 2012 > Human capital invesment and economic growth in Nigeria: The role of education and health

  33. 33. Environmental accounting: A tool for promoting environmental management in the Niger Delta — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Uwuigne Uwalomwa, Afiliation: Department of Accounting, School of Business, College of Development Studies, Covenant University, Ogun State, Nigeria
    Abstract: Oil exploration and exploitation has over the last four decades impacted disastrously on the socio-physical environment of the Niger Delta o

    Manager 15 - 2012 > Environmental accounting: A tool for promoting environmental management in the Niger Delta

  34. 34. Macroeconomic Dynamics and Financial Crisis in Nigeria — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Olusegun Olowe, Afiliation: Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria
    Abstract: This work as an empirical economics assessment examined the role of domestic macroeconomic policies with emphasis on the management of the impact of m

    Manager 15 - 2012 > Macroeconomic Dynamics and Financial Crisis in Nigeria

  35. 35. IMPACT OF GLOBAL ADOPTION OF IFRS ON NIGERIAN STOCK MARKET EFFECTIVENESS — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Dick Oluku Mukoro, Afiliation: Account Departament, Covenant University, Cannanland, Ota, Nigeria
    Abstract: International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) is a statement of intent to globalize financial standards so as to enable investors move capital and

    Manager 15 - 2012 > IMPACT OF GLOBAL ADOPTION OF IFRS ON NIGERIAN STOCK MARKET EFFECTIVENESS

  36. 36. Financial Structure and Economic Development in Nigieria — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Olusegun Olowe, Afiliation: Departament Of Banking & Finance Covenant University, Ota
    Abstract: In this study , the measurement of the Nigerian financial interrelation ratio was considered in line with the structure and development of financial s

    Manager 15 - 2012 > Financial Structure and Economic Development in Nigieria

  37. 37. Effect of consumer behaviour and perception on car purchase decision: Empirical Evidence from Lagos - Nigeria — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Samuel Taiwo Akinyele, Afiliation: School of Business , Covenant University, Nigeria  • Ph. D. Kola Olorunleke , Afiliation: Dept. of Business Administration, Adekunle Ajasin University, Nigeria
    Abstract: In  recent days Nigeria is witnessing a change in consumerism. The market is now predominantly consumer driven. The focus is shift

    Manager 15 - 2012 > Effect of consumer behaviour and perception on car purchase decision: Empirical Evidence from Lagos - Nigeria

  38. 38. The marketing and economic implications of the manipulation of share prices: Nigeria stock exchange experience — 14 February 2013

    Authors:   • Ajayi Ezekiel Oluwole, Afiliation: Department of Business Administration, University Osogbo, Osun, Nigeria  • Omolekan Olushola Joshua, Afiliation: Department of Economics & Business Studies, Samuel Adegboyega University, Ogwa ,Edo, Nigeria
    Abstract: This paper examined the marketing and economic effects of the manipulation of share prices in the Nigerian Stock Exchange. The survey research design

    Manager 16 - 2012 > The marketing and economic implications of the manipulation of share prices: Nigeria stock exchange experience

  39. 39. Forensic accounting as Panacea to the challenge of crime and violence in the Caribbean — 14 February 2013

    Authors:   • Faboyede Olusola Samuel, Afiliation: Department of Accounting, School of Business, College of Development Studies, Covenant University, Canaanland, Ota, Ogun, Nigeria  • Ph. D. Fakile Samuel Adeniran, Afiliation: Department of Accounting, School of Business, College of Development Studies, Covenant University, Canaanland, Ota, Ogun, Nigeria  • Ojeka Stephen, Afiliation: Department of Accounting, School of Business, College of Development Studies, Covenant University, Canaanland, Ota, Ogun, Nigeria
    Abstract: Crime and violence are development issues in the Caribbean. The proliferation of crimes and violence in the Caribbean nations has been a growing conce

    Manager 16 - 2012 > Forensic accounting as Panacea to the challenge of crime and violence in the Caribbean

  40. 40. ICT and E-governance at the Grassroots: Devising an Enabling Law — 14 February 2013

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Adebimpe Umoren, Afiliation: Department of Accounting, College of Development Studies, Covenant University, Canaanland, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria  • Samuel Faboyede, Afiliation: Department of Accounting, College of Development Studies, Covenant University, Canaanland, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria
    Abstract: The innovation of e-governance enhances good governance, strengthens the democratic process, facilitates access to information, improves citizen part

    Manager 16 - 2012 > ICT and E-governance at the Grassroots: Devising an Enabling Law

  41. 41. The Role Of Forensic Accountants In Fraud Detection And National Security In Nigeria — 26 August 2013

    Authors:   • Dickson Mukoro, email: mukst2000@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Department of Accounting,Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria  • Ogijo Yamusa, email: ogijoyamusa2@mail.com, Afiliation: Department of Banking & Finance, Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, Nigeria  • Samuel Faboyede, email: shollyte2001@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Department of Accounting,Covenant University, Canaanland, Ota, Nigeria
    Abstract: This study aims at exploring the relevance of forensic accounting in curbing crime and corruption in public sector. The objective of the research

    Manager 17 - 2013 > The Role Of Forensic Accountants In Fraud Detection And National Security In Nigeria

  42. 42. Determinants Of Dividend Policy: A Study Of Selected Listed Firms In Nigeria — 26 August 2013

    Authors:   • Uwuigbe Olubukunola Ranti, email: bukola.uwuigbe@covenantuniversity.edu.ng, Afiliation: Department of Accounting, School of Business, College of Development Studies, Covenant University, Ogun State, Nigeria
    Abstract: This study investigated the determinants of dividends policy in the Nigerian stock exchange market. To achieve the objectives of this study, a tot

    Manager 17 - 2013 > Determinants Of Dividend Policy: A Study Of Selected Listed Firms In Nigeria

  43. 43. Corporate Covernance As A Tool For Curbing Bank Distress In Nigeria Deposit Money Bank: Empirical Evidence — 26 August 2013

    Authors:   • Ikpefan Ochei Ailemen, email: ochei_ikpefan@yahoo.Co.Uk, Afiliation: Department of Banking & Finance, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State  • Stephen Ojeka, email: stojeka@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Department of Accounting, Covenant University, Ota
    Abstract: The study objective is aimed at finding the relationship between corporate governance bank distress in deposit money banks. The research design adopte

    Manager 17 - 2013 > Corporate Covernance As A Tool For Curbing Bank Distress In Nigeria Deposit Money Bank: Empirical Evidence

  44. 44. Executing A Customer Relationship Management Programme In An Emerging Market: An Empirical Approach — 26 August 2013

    Authors:   • Akinyele Samuel Taiwo, email: akinsamolu2000@yahoo.com, Afiliation: School of Business, Covenant University, Nigeria  • Olorunleke Kola, email: kolaleke@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Dept. of Business Administration,Adekunle University, Akungba
    Abstract: Retail financial services in all markets, including emerging markets, are undergoing major transaction, driven by change, deregulation and customer so

    Manager 17 - 2013 > Executing A Customer Relationship Management Programme In An Emerging Market: An Empirical Approach