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EFFECTS OF MINIMUM WAGE IN PUBLIC SECTOR ON SELECTED MACROECONOMIC VARIABLES IN NIGERIA

Authors: NWOKE , SUZAN NGOZI

In PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

By JOHN ADEWALE

Given the foregoing, the broad objective of the paper is to examine the effect of minimum wage legislation in the public sector on selected macro variables. In particular, the following specific objectives would also be pursued by the work: i. To evaluate the effect of minimum wage legislation on inflation ii. To evaluate the effect of minimum wage legislation on private consumption iii. To evaluate the effect of minimum wage legislation on fiscal balance iv. To evaluate the effect of minimum wage legislation on productivity 80 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

DECENTRALIZATION: LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMY AND GRASSROOTS DEVELOPMENT IN LIBERIA

Authors: GROSS, ADAMA ALOYSIOUS

In POLITICAL SCIENCE, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

By EMRI SOLUTION

The main objective of the study is to examine the roles of decentralization and local government autonomy in the assessment of grassroots development in Liberia. The specific objectives are to: 1. examine the implication of centralized system of administration to grassroots development in Liberia; 2. investigate the type of decentralization adopted and factors impeding its realization in Liberia; 3. probe the applicability of decentralization to grassroots development in post- war Liberia and 4. interrogate the usefulness of local government to grassroots development in Liberia.  ABOVE 100 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5   

CIVIL SERVANTS’ ATTITUDE TO WORK AND EFFECTIVE SERVICE DELIVERY BY POLITICAL LEADERS IN SELECTED MDAs IN LAGOS STATE (2010-2014)

Authors: BAMISAYE, J. ADEKUNLE

In POLITICAL SCIENCE, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

By BLESSING IGWE

The specific objectives are to: 1. establish the relationship between the attitudes to work of civil servants in the selected MDAs in Lagos state and the effectiveness in service delivery by political leaders; 2. identify the relationship between the attitude to work of civil servants in the selected MDAs and their job satisfaction; 3. investigate the job satisfaction of civil servants in the selected MDAs with a view to establishing if it has any significant effect on their service delivery; 4. determine whether civil servants in the selected MDAs are committed to their employers, that is the political leadership and 5. assess the commitment of civil servants to their employers, the political leadership in the selected MDAs and its effect on their service delivery. ABOVE 120 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

ADMINISTRATION OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP POLICY AND EMPLOYMENT GENERATION IN SOUTH -WEST, NIGERIA (2004 -2014)

Authors: OSENI, ELIZABETH FUNMI

In POLITICAL SCIENCE, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

By JUDE OKUJAGU

The specific objectives are to: 1. identify the causes of unemployment in South- West, Nigeria; 2. evaluate the effects of Bank of Industry and SMEDAN on the implementation of the National Policy on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in addressing unemployment in South West, Nigeria; 3. examine the entrepreneurship policies of government aimed at promoting employment generation in Nigeria since 2004; 4. determine the role of entrepreneurship education in addressing unemployment in South West, Nigeria, and 5. identify the challenges of entrepreneurship development in addressing unemployment in South-West, Nigeria. ABOVE 200 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

LEGAL PLURALISM AND THE LAW OF INTESTATE SUCCESSION IN SOUTH-WEST NIGERIA

Authors: TAIWO, ADEMOLA ADETAYO

In POLITICAL SCIENCE, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

By MUHAMMAD ISA

The specific objectives are to: 1 ascertain the Yoruba customary rule of intestate succession in South- West; 2 examine whether the ascertained rule of intestate succession has been modified by social practice or by judicial application of the repugnancy doctrine; 3 determine the effect of different choice of law rules contained in the High Court Laws, Administration of Estate Laws and customary court laws;. 4 consider the effect of judicial interpretations of these diverse laws on the application of rule of intestate succession; and 5 determine the way and means of overcoming the resultant confusion arising from diversity of substantive law, choice of law rules and contradictory decisions of courts as it affects the rule of intestate succession. ABOVE 200 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

MANPOWER PLANNING, WORK ENVIRONMENT AND SERVICE DELIVERY IN OGUN STATE HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT BOARD

Authors: OLAYINKA, OLUBUSAYO A.

In POLITICAL SCIENCE, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

By BLESSING IGWE

The specific objectives are to: 1. examine the impact of manpower planning on service delivery in Ogun State Hospital Management Board; 2. determine the causes of inadequate work environment on service delivery by hospitals in Ogun State Hospital Management Board; 3. appraise the effect of work environment on service delivery by hospitals in Ogun State Hospital Management Board; 4. interrogate the public perception of service delivery in Ogun State Hospital Management Board and 5. make solutions that enhance administrative functions for constructive manpower planning and conducive work environment for satisfactory service delivery in the health sector. ABOVE 120 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

INTERNET USE AND ACADEMIC STAFF PERFORMANCE IN BABCOCK UNIVERSITY AND OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY (2008 – 2015)

Authors: ONUOHA, UGONNA

In POLITICAL SCIENCE, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

By JUDE OKUJAGU

The specific objectives are to: 1. determine the role of Internet in promoting teaching and learning in Babcock University and Obafemi Awolowo University; 2. investigate the frequency of faculty in the utilisation of ICT in carrying out research in the two universities; 3. assess the role of the university administration in promoting ICT usage in these universities; 4. compare the usage of Internet by academic staff of Babcock University and Obafemi Awolowo University; and 5. identify the factors that impede the usage of Internet by academic staff of the universities under investigation. ABOVE 70 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND EMPLOYEE RETENTION IN SELECTED HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY IN IKEJA, LAGOS STATE

Authors: OWOLABI, OLUWATOYIN YETUNDE

In POLITICAL SCIENCE, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

By JUDE OKUJAGU

The specific objectives are to: 1. identify the effect of staff engagement on employee retention, 2. evaluate the effect of remuneration on staff retention in selected hospitality industry ; 3. access the impact of staff training on employees’ retention in selected hospitality industry and 4. examine the influence of staff promotion on employees’ retention in selected hospitality industry ABOVE 80 PAGES ABOVE | CHAPTER 1-5

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND EMPLOYEE RETENTION IN SELECTED HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

Authors: OYELUDE, OLUFUNMILAYO OYETOLA

In POLITICAL SCIENCE, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

By Emmanuel Gide

The specific objectives are to: 1. examine the relationship between the content of the training and staff development programmes of ASCON and functions / responsibilities of the different Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs); 2. evaluate the relationship between the level of integration of acquired skills and leadership, financial and project management by trainees; 3. assess the relationship between utilisation of knowledge on facilities management and ICT by trainees in their MDAs; 4. assess the relationship between training acquired and ethics in the Public service; and 5. identify the challenges that inhibit the operation of ASCON on the delivery of its services ABOVE 150 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5