3 edition of Public enterprise policies in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Public enterprise policies in Nigeria
David Olusanya Ishola Ajakaiye
by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research in Ibadan
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 85-86).
|Statement||D. Olu Ajakaiye.|
|Contributions||Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research.|
|LC Classifications||HD4365.5 .A43 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 87 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||91206598|
The growth of public enterprises also has its roots in the colonial pasts of the countries of Asia and Africa. The Government sector, the public administration and ultimately the public enterprises in these countries have been greatly influenced by the colonial powers that ruled them. The role of public enterprise to the area of projecting information and service could not bring about efficiency and effectiveness in service delivery, hence, a study of this nature that attempts to draw a line to its effects in economic development in Nigeria, a study which has contribution to learning, improve and advanced knowledge is very.
Public enterprise, a business organization wholly or partly owned by the state and controlled through a public authority. Some public enterprises are placed under public ownership because, for social reasons, it is thought the service or product should be provided by a state monopoly. Utilities. CHAPTER 19 PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION The Public Sector is the principal actor in macro socio-economic policy making infrastructure and an architect of an enabling environment for national development. Public Sector management covers such aspects of management as productivity management, and management of human, financial and.
Public Enterprises: Unresolved Challenges and New Opportunities Cover Designed by the Graphic Design Unit Outreach Division United Nations Department of Public Information ISBN Sales No. EII.H —January —1, Public Enterprises: Unresolved Challenges and New Opportunities This publication features the papers. Financing in Nigeria. 1. Introduction Education in Nigeria is more of a public enterprise that has witnessed government complete and dynamic intervention and active participation (Federal Republic of Nigeria, ). It is the view of the formulated education policy in Nigeria to use education as a vehicle in achieving national development.
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Hanson, whose book on “Public Enterprise and Economic Development” is to be published early next year, is Reader in Public Administration at the University of Leeds.
This is the first of two by: 2. Foreign Enterprise in Nigeria: Laws and Policies [Proehl, Paul O.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Foreign Enterprise in Nigeria: Laws and PoliciesCited by: 2. TYPES OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA.
Public enterprises in Nigeria can be broadly grouped into two types; Public enterprises proving essential services; Public enterprises that are of commercial nature; Public Enterprises Providing Essential Services.
These are government owned institutions that provide basic and essential Public enterprise policies in Nigeria book. Generally speaking, public enterprise has two dimensions-public dimension which usually refers to public view point has not significantly influenced policy in Nigeria, it has been used to explain the role of the public enterprise sector (Layele,p).
Reasons for establishing public enterprises. For instance, it has been reported that in countries like India, Mexico, Public enterprises accounted for about 80% or more of the added value in manufacturing.
Nigeria was no exception in holding the view that the state and public enterprises have a role to play in the country’s developmental process/5(77). In recent years, privatization of public enterprises has preoccupied policy analysts in the search for solutions to improve the performance of state-owned enterprises.
Public policy in Nigeria: perspectives on social policy and administration is a topical and unique book that tries to provide answers to these and related questions.
The book attempts a. NIGERIA BUREAU OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT (BPP) The policies on public procurement are defined in the relevant laws and regulations governing procurement in Nigeria.
This manual provides procurement guidance or direction to all Federal Ministries, extra-ministerial offices, departments, agencies, The Bureau of Public Procurement has. The Director General of the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE), Mr. Alex A. Okoh has said that the Bureau plans to carry out 19 transactions in Okoh made this known when he received members of the Senate Committee on Privatization and Commercialization led by its Chairman, Chief Theodore A.
Orji (Ochendo) who were on. So public enterprises in Nigeria as in other developing countries are development oriented in nature. In developing countries like Nigeria, large public resources were used for the creation and development of public enterprises, especially in the s (Salako, ).
Public enterprise policies in Nigeria: a macroeconomic impact analysis Author: David Olusanya Ishola Ajakaiye ; Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research. National Policy on MSMEs 5 FOREWORD This National Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Policy is our concerted response to the challenge of developing the sub-sector of the Nigerian economy in a structured and efficient.
The paper sees determinants of pricing policy in Nigerian public sector enterprises to be among others, the financial and non- financial objectives for establishing the enterprises, the market structure, the nature of the economy and its vertical and horizontal linkages for a specific commodity.
Public policy is a course of action that guides a range of related actions in a given field. They rarely tackle one problem, but rather deal with clusters of entangled and long-term problems.
Public policy provides guidance to governments and accountability links to citizens. Decision making is clouded by values, rather than based purely on objective g: Nigeria. by the public enterprise for its employees. (4) Where there is an over-subscription for the purchase of the shares of a privatised public enterprise no individual subscriber shall be entitled to hold more than % equity shares in the privatised public enterprise.
The policy is in contravention of a UNESCO treaty on zero tariff on books across member states. Whereas book printers in Nigeria hailed government for the policy, publishers kicked against it. The policy kickstarted without any notice in March when publishers went to the ports to clear their books and were told to pay the new tariffs.
the framework of this policy successive governments in Nigeria have through one programme or the other encouraged the development of public enterprises.
In the s, Nigeria developed a large public sector involving economic activities such as banking and insurance, oil prospecting. National Policy on Infant and Young Child Feeding in Nigeria: Maternity Leave for Female Public Servants: National School Health Policy: National Policy on Infant and Young Child Feeding in Nigeria: Marketing of Infant and Young Children Food and Other Designated Products (Registration, Sales, Etc.) Regulations.
GOVERNMENT / PUBLIC SECTOR / PRIVATE SECTOR DELINEATION ISSUES (AEG 36) GBE Government business enterprise GFSM Government Finance Statistics Manual control is defined as the ability to determine the general corporate policy of the entity.
Public corporations – corporations controlled by government units or other public. The topic “The impact of Bureaucracy in Nigeria Public Enterprises” was specifically chosen to emphasis and illustrate the extent to which bureaucracy has been efficient and its ineffective in the operation of Nigeria Public Administration.
Bureaucracy delays the public enterprise in making emergency policy and implementing it. Analysis of the performance of public enterprises in nigeria 1. European Journal of Business and Management ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.6, No, Analysis of the Performance of Public Enterprises in Nigeria Daniel Cross Ogohi Office of the Registrar, Kogi State College of Education, P.M.BAnkpa, Kogi State – Nigeria Email: .DELIMITATION/ SCOPE OF THE STUDY The study is designed to cover the Bureaucracy and Efficiency in Nigerian public enterprise; it will be restricted to Power Holding Company of Nigeria Onitsha Branch.
DEFINITION OF TERMS For clarity sake most of the key concepts used in this research, need the definition. (). Public enterprises as policy instruments: the importance of public entrepreneurship. Journal of Economic Policy Reform: Vol.
17, Critical Issues in Public Enterprise Reform, pp.