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The study adopted ex-post facto research design.
Some analysts were quick to call this a recession — generally defined as two quarters of consecutive negative growth — but economy eked out growth of 1. One quarter of negative growth is not enough to create a recession. The International Monetary Fund estimates that the annual growth rate will be The oil sector had grown by 5. As for the non-oil sector, it was 1.
Great question. As I mentioned, there are several commonly used definitions of a recession. For example, journalists often describe a recession as two consecutive quarters of declines in quarterly real inflation adjusted gross domestic product GDP. The definition used by economists differs. Economists use monthly business cycle peaks and troughs designated by the National Bureau of Economic Research NBER to define periods of expansion and contractions. The NBER website lists the peaks and troughs in economic activity starting with the December trough.
Bamigboye, G. Adeyemi Impact of economic crisis on education: A case study of southwest Nigeria. Benjamin, S. Uttar Pradesh, India. Emmanuel, J.
Nigeria had one of the world's highest economic growth rates, averaging 7. In during its first recession in 25 years, the economy contracted by 1. Poverty in Nigeria can also be caused by the political instability of the country. However, these programs have largely failed to overcome the three reasons  for this persistent poverty: income inequality , ethnic conflict , and political instability. As at , the Gini coefficient of Nigeria is rated medium, at 0.
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PDF | The impact of economic recession on the education system of Nigeria at the tertiary level was examined in this study. The study is a.
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Yenle, Volume 3 Issue 3, pp. This paper examines the effects of economic recession on education especially in developing countries such as Nigeria. The paper x-rays the causes of recession to include: war, high banking interest rate poor fiscal powers, rising in oil price and bursting of housing. It goes further to look at some of the effects of economic recession to include: unemployment, lower wage, high taxation, budget deficit, rising bond yields and untold hardship on the people. The paper concludes by making recommendations such as funding of the education sector should be increased by encouraging the government to always enact long lasting policies and stand firm in staging war against corruption. Introduction It is the dream of every country whether developed or underdeveloped to experience even development in the standard of living of its citizenry.
Джабба выдавил из себя смешок и попытался обратить все в шутку. - Если только Стратмор не придумал что-то особенное и не обошел мои фильтры. Повисла тягостная тишина. Когда Мидж заговорила, ее голос был мрачным: - Стратмор мог обойти фильтры. Джабба снова вздохнул. - Это была шутка, Мидж.
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