Evaluation of the Nigerian Financial Sector Reforms Using Behavioral Models

@inproceedings{Iganiga2010EvaluationOT,
  title={Evaluation of the Nigerian Financial Sector Reforms Using Behavioral Models},
  author={B. O. Iganiga},
  year={2010}
}
Recently, the Nigerian financial system has become very volatile in an attempt to keep pace with the global economic phenomenon. To this effect, the sector has been adorned by various reform strategies. Consequently, with the classical least squares technique, this paper sets out to assess the effects of these reforms on the effectiveness and efficiency of the Nigerian financial institutions with emphasis on the banking sub-sector. The results show that the performance of the financial sector… CONTINUE READING

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