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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF STAFF TURNOVER IN SELECTED MALE AND FEMALE HEADED SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN ENUGU URBAN

Authors: ANONYMOUS

In ACCOUNTING, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

By EMRI SOLUTION

The major objective of this study was to analyze the factors responsible for gender disparity in access to Universal Basic Education in Anambra State. The specific objectives were: 1 To determine the factors influencing gender disparity in drop-out (non-completion) of Universal Basic Education among young people in skill acquisition centers in Anambra State. 2 To determine the factors influencing gender disparity in non-enrollment into Universal Basic Education among young people in skill acquisition centers in Anambra State. 3 To determine the most affected gender by the inhibiting factors against accessing Universal Basic Education in Anambra State. 86 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

Effect of leverage on business and finance risk.

Authors: ANONYMOUS

In BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

By EMRI SOLUTION

The main objective of this study is to examine the effect of leverage on business and finance risk of listed deposit money banks in Nigeria. The specific objectives include: i. To ascertain the effect of operating leverage on business risk of deposit money banks in Nigeria. ii. To evaluate the effect of financial leverage on finance risk of deposit money banks in Nigeria. iii. To examine the effect of total leverage on business and finance risk of deposit money banks in Nigeria. 69 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

DETERMINANTS AND ADOPTION OF POINT OF SALES (POS) OF SELECTED BUSINESS ORGANISATIONS IN LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA

Authors: AKEREJOLA, WILLIAMS OLASOJUMI

In BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

By BLESSING IGWE

The main objective of the research is to examine the determinants and adoption of POS of selected business organisations in Lagos state (Lagos). The specific objectives are to: 1. evaluate the relationship between availability of infrastructure and the adoption of POS of selected business organisations in Lagos; 2. determine the relationship between POS security and adoption of POS of selected business organisations in Lagos; 3. investigate the relationship between customer trust and the adoption of POS of selected business organisations in Lagos; 4. assess the relationship between customer education and the adoption of POS of selected business organisations in Lagos; and 5. Investigate the relationship between customer motivation and the adoption of POS of selected business organisations in Lagos.  ABOVE  150 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5   

CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES AND LOAN PORTFOLIO QUALITY OF NIGERIAN COMMERCIAL BANKS (2006-2015)

Authors: SOFAYO, SUNDAY ADETOYESE

In BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MARKETING

By JOHN ADEWALE

The study will attempt to proffer answers to the following research questions: 1. What is the effect of credit risk environment on loan portfolio quality of Nigerian commercial banks? 2. Ii. To what extent does credit analysis influence the loan portfolio quality of Nigerian commercial banks? 3. iii. What is the effect of credit administration on loan portfolio quality of Nigerian commercial banks? 4. iv. What is the relationship between credit control process and loan portfolio quality of Nigerian commercial banks? 5. What is the effect of supervisory and regulatory roles on loan portfolio quality of Nigerian commercial banks? ABOVE  200 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5   

COMPETITIVE DYNAMICS AND CORPORATE PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED FLOUR MILLING COMPANIES IN NIGERIA

Authors: ONIJINGIN, KEHINDE

In BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MARKETING

By EMRI SOLUTION

The general objective of this study is to evaluate the competitive dynamics and corporate performance of selected flour milling companies in Nigeria. The specific objectives are to: i. find out the relationship between competitive behaviour and corporate performance of flour milling companies in Nigeria; ii. examine the moderating effect of competitive capability on the relationship between competitive behaviour and corporate performance of flour milling companies in Nigeria; iii. examine the relationship between people management practices and corporate performance of flour milling companies in Nigeria; ABOVE 200 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

COMMERCIAL BANKS INTERNATIONALIZATION AND BUSINESS OUTCOMES IN THE NIGERIAN BANKING INDUSTRY

Authors: UKENNA, BONIFACE IHEANYI

In BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MARKETING

By EMRI SOLUTION

The general objective of this study is to examine the relationship between commercial banks Internationalization and business outcomes in the Nigerian banking industry in the context of domestic economic reform and liberalization of trade. The specific objectives are to: 1. examine the effect of location choices in internationalization of Nigerian commercial banks have on business outcome; 2. identify how government policies on internationalization in the banking sector affect business outcome; 3. determine the relationship between motives behind decision of Nigerian commercial banks to internationalize and business outcome and 4. evaluate the relationship between entry mode into foreign markets and business outcome. ABOVE 130 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

COMMERCIAL BANKS INTERNATIONALIZATION AND BUSINESS OUTCOMES IN THE NIGERIAN BANKING INDUSTRY

Authors: UKENNA, BONIFACE IHEANYI

In BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MARKETING

By EMRI SOLUTION

The general objective of this study is to examine the relationship between commercial banks Internationalization and business outcomes in the Nigerian banking industry in the context of domestic economic reform and liberalization of trade. The specific objectives are to: 1. examine the effect of location choices in internationalization of Nigerian commercial banks have on business outcome; 2. identify how government policies on internationalization in the banking sector affect business outcome; 3. determine the relationship between motives behind decision of Nigerian commercial banks to internationalize and business outcome and 4. evaluate the relationship between entry mode into foreign markets and business outcome. ABOVE 130 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYMENT CREATION IN OYO STATE OF NIGERIA (1987 – 2012)

Authors: ADENIRAN, RAPHAEL ADE

In BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MARKETING

By JUDE OKUJAGU

The specific objectives are to: 1. determinehow acquired vocational skills provide self-employment; 2. determine how government employment training programme leads to self-employment; 3. determine how acquired managerial skillslead to business partnership formations and 4. determine the effect of technical skills acquired from family business on business formation.  ABOVE  130 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5   

ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING AND PROCUREMENT PROCESSES EFFICIENCY IN FOUR SELECTED OIL AND GAS SERVICING COMPANIES IN LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA

Authors: OHIMAI, SYLVESTER IMOHIOSEN

In BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MARKETING

By JUDE OKUJAGU

The specific objectives are to: 1. investigate the influence of ERP on information integration between procurement department and other units of the organizations; 2. examine the effect of ERP on timely procurement cycle in organizations; 3. determine the impact of ERP on cost reduction in procurement of process in organization and 4. find out the relationship between ERP and employees’ performance in procurement department in the organizations. ABOVE 120 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5