ELECTRICITY SUPPLY AND INDUSTRIAL GROWTH – THE NIGERIAN CASE STUDY

                                 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The need for appropriate adjustment mechanism to structural imbalances in many developed countries, especially after the Great Depression of 1929-1933, culminated in extensive researches on exchange rate pass-through (ERPT) with the primary objective of determining a nominal anchor for inflation and inflation expectations. It is widely believed […]

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ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH- A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF NIGERIA AND GHANA

  CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the study Energy is crucial to the improvement of social and economic welfare. It is necessary to continued economic activity in modern industrial nations, and its absence would result in interruption of economic growth and diminishing standards of living. In fact, in developing nations a lack of modern energy […]

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