Reports and Papers

PDF II supported reports and papers or those produced by stakeholders can be found in this section.Each title is followed by a brief excerpt of several words; you can click on the Read more button to read a longer excerpt and download a copy of the report or paper.

Middle Class Study

August 01, 2019 | posted in Reports and Papers, Resources
This decade has seen increasing popular and policy attention to the concept of an emerging ‘middle class’ in Nigeria and elsewhere. At the same time, emphasis is being placed on promoting domestic private sector investment linkages to help the growth of the MSME sector and its positive impacts on the lives of poorer Nigerians. The [..]Read more...

Recommendation on MSME Reclassification Report

May 08, 2019 | posted in Reports and Papers
The Micro, Medium & Small enterprises (“MSME”) sector plays a pivotal role in driving socio-economic growth, particularly in emerging economies. In the Nigerian context, the sector’s status as the largest employer of labour makes it an effective supporting sector for fostering entrepreneurial innovation and local capital formation. However, the Nigeria MSME sector is [..]Read more...

Innovation Hubs Report- Abridged Version

May 23, 2018 | posted in Reports and Papers, Resources
The information communication technology (ICT) sector in Nigeria has experienced rapid growth over the past 15 years, yet the development in leveraging ICT has been uneven across different regions in the country. Technology is an integral part of a thriving innovation ecosystem, serving both as an input (e.g., creating access to information and resources) [..]Read more...

Short report on YouWin long-term follow-up

May 16, 2018 | posted in Reports and Papers, Resources
This short note reports results from a survey taken in 2016 of individuals who applied in 2011 to the first round of the YouWiN! business plan competition. These individuals had been previously interviewed in 2012, 2013 and 2014 and the data used to estimate the impact of winning the competition over this time horizon. The [..]Read more...

YouWiN Impact Assessment Report

April 26, 2018 | posted in Reports and Papers, Resources
The modal firm size in most developing countries is one worker, consisting of only the owner of the firm. Among the firms that do hire additional workers, most hire fewer than 10. Hsieh and Olken (2014, p.93) report that in India and Indonesia “the fraction of firms with less than 10 workers is almost [..]Read more...
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