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Quantifying the economic burden of malaria in Nigeria using the willingness to pay approach
BackgroundMalaria illness imposes great burden on the society as it has adverse effects on the physical, mental and social well being of the people as well as on the economic development of theExpand
The Malaria Burden and Agricultural Output in Nigeria.
Using the production function approach to quantifying a disease burden, this study evaluates the malaria burden on the Nigerian agricultural sector. Its results show that the economic burden ofExpand
THE EFFECTS OF TRADE LIBERALIZATION ON REAL EXCHANGE RATE: EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA
The study examines the Nigerian data between 1960- 2000 to see what support it provides for the traditional theory of real exchange rate. U sing the well-known Johansen’s (1992; 1995) methods forExpand
Bilateral Official Finance for Private Sector Development and the Role of Non-Government Organizations
The study examines the official bilateral donors’ current aid practice for private sector development (PSD). In particular, it reviews the donors’ major instruments and channels for aid delivery andExpand
THE MONETARY APPROACH TO EXCHANGE RATE DETERMINATION: EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA
Floating exchange rate regime and the repercussions of this choice on the whole economy constitute an important issue for the Niger ian economy, just as it is for other economies. In this respect,Expand
Analysis of the effects of Zimbabwean white farmers on small scale farming in Nigeria
Many observers believe that the on-going liberalization of the world will have dramatic negative effects on small farmers in both developed and developing countries. This study aims to capture theExpand
Implications of the Presence of Large Scale Commercial Farmers on Small Scale Farming in Nigeria. The Case of Zimbabwean Farmers in Kwara State
This paper contributes to the debate on the impact of large scale commercial farming on small scale farmers in developing countries. The study examined the technology spill-over effects on productionExpand
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