Studies

We present here a list of diverse studies, including studies carried out by other partner organisations. 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 study.

Made in Aba Cluster Mapping Report

February 18, 2019 | posted in Resources, Studies
The Nigerian economy is extremely
vulnerable to fluctuations in the global oil price. This was recently
demonstrated when a decline in global oil prices and in local oil production contributed
to a recession in 2016. Although oil currently accounts for only about 10% of
Nigerian GDP, it exerts a disproportionate pull on the Nigerian economy [..]Read more…

Collective Action on Corruption in Nigeria: A Social Norms Approach to Connecting Society and Institutions

July 13, 2018 | posted in Resources, Studies
That corruption is a destructive and complex practice is openly acknowledged in Nigeria, yet it remains ubiquitous in the functioning of society and economic life. The consequences of corruption for the country and its people are, moreover,
indisputable. Acts of diversion of federal and state revenue, business and investment capital, and foreign aid, as well [..]Read more…

Nigeria Diaspora Study

February 02, 2018 | posted in Resources, Studies
Nigeria’s diaspora, estimated at up to 15 million people worldwide, plays a crucial role in driving growth and progress in the country. As Nigeria emerges from recession, civic and business leaders are looking to leverage the diaspora in order to mobilise development resources. Recognising the importance of diaspora engagement, the Government of Nigeria has [..]Read more…

Local Content Policies and Backward Integration in Nigeria

October 18, 2017 | posted in Resources, Studies
Prior to the recent recession, Nigeria experienced rapid but low-quality growth for a decade. This was accompanied by limited structural change and little economic transformation. The share of manufacturing in Nigeria’s gross domestic product (GDP) is low relative to comparator countries and the country’s heavy reliance on oil and gas exports has [..]Read more…

Technical Research Report on Poverty and Social Impact Assessment of Flexible Exchange Rate on Segments of the Nigerian Population.

October 13, 2017 | posted in Resources, Studies
Nigeria’s transition from oil revenue windfalls to shortfalls because of the slump in global price of oil since July 2014 means an inevitable end to unsustainable general subsidy programmes that the government had pursued for decades. Nigeria had used commodity price windfalls to maintain a regime of general subsidies. Subsidies on the pump prices [..]Read more…

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PDF II's Trade workstream in conversation with CRC Credit Bureau Limited tackled the issue of 'Access to Finance' from a credit exposure perspective. Please read and practice! ... See MoreSee Less

#NonOilChat is back again! So you think "What has my creditworthiness got to do with accessing finance?". Well, come and hear from the experts CRC Credit Bureau Limited tomorrow, 7th June 2019 from 12pm on Twitter. Use the hashtag #NonOilChat to interact with @NonOilExportrNG. ... See MoreSee Less

DAY TWO:
INTERACTIVE SESSION - BUILDING AND PROMOTING YOUR BRAND by Titi Ojo - Exporter Voices Lead, Trade Policy Workstream, PDF II... in her speech @ the ongoing 1ST REGIONAL NON - OIL EXPORTERS DIALOGUE - SOUTH EAST BY DFID PDF II HOLDING @ ADDREX HOTEL & SUITES, ALONG OPOBO ROAD, OGBOR HILL, ABA.

THURSDAY 23RD MAY 2019.

Ugwuegbu McAnthony Osy
PRO, NACCIMA YOUTH ENTREPRENEURS - ABIA STATE.
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Great to see NwaAba at the Non-Oil Exporters Dialogue held last week.The 1st Regional Non-Oil Exporters Dialogue (South-East) concluded yesterday at Addrex Hotel and Suites, Aba. The theme was: "Improving Trade Competitiveness and Business Environment in the South East". It was organized by PDF II (Policy Development Facility Phase II) in collaboration with Aba Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (ACCIMA) and powered by UKaid. Aba BUSINESS Pages (www.nwaba.ng) was there! It was awesome! ... See MoreSee Less