FINANCING MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES (MSMEs) AS A RELEVANT STRATEGY FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA IN THE FACE OF ECONOMIC DOWNTURN
In both developed and developing economies, there are evidences of the immense contributions of MSMEs to economic growth and development. Small enterprises are known to adapt with greater ease under difficult and changing circumstances because they are typically low in capital intensity and allow product lines and inputs to be changed at relatively low cost. With the collapse of the world oil...
Published at 13TH AFRICAN FINANCE JOURNAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Published in 2016
EVBUOMWAN, G. O., IKPEFAN,O. A., AND OKOYE, L.U.
EVBUOMWAN GRACE » Grace is a Fellow of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) which, is affiliated to the African Farm Management Association (AFMA) and the International Farm Management Association (IFMA). She trained as an Agricultural Economist and is an experienced Banker. She qualified in Agricultural Economics at the University of Ibadan in Nigeria with a B.Sc in 1978 and an M.Sc in 1980. She... view full profile
EFFECT OF DEPOSIT MONEY BANKS’ CREDIT ON THE PERFORMANCE OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA