CAPITAL BUDGET, GOVERNMENT POLICIES AND THE PERFORMANCE OF SMS IN NIGERIA: A HYPOTHETICAL CASE ANALYSIS
This paper examined capital assets investment decision of Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria using a hypothetical case. It explored extant literature with respect to inhibitors to SMEs and their common capital budgeting techniques and the role of Government policies in enhancing the business activities of the citizens. It was found that although, inadequacy of funds is the most notorious...
Egbide, B., Uwalomwa, U and Agbude, G.A
Agbude Godwyns » Godwyns A. AGBUDE,(PhD) specializes in Political Thought,Leadership Studies,Applied Ethics, Development Studies, African Politics and Human Security. He has special interest in American Political Thought and Government. He is a social-political pundit, public analyst and a realist social-political theorist with zero tolerance for abstractions. His pragmatic approach to education underscores his... view full profile
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