Econometric Analysis of Foreign Reserves and Some Macroeconomic Variables in Nigeria (1970–2007)
Countries are showing interest in accumulating foreign reserves to ensure macroeconomic stability. There has been some debate whether to beef up the level of nations’ foreign reserves or make it lower, especially in developing countries like Nigeria. Whereas some argue that the foreign reserve determines the country’s rating in the global market, others hold opposing views. In this light,...
Felicia O. Olokoyo, Evans S.C. Osabuohien and O. Adeleke Salami
Olokoyo Felicia Omowunmi » Dr Olokoyo Felicia Omowunmi is a Senior Lecturer in the Banking and Finance Department, School of Business, College of Development Studies, Covenant University. She has an overriding goal to be the best at whatever she does. She graduated in 2003 from the University of Ado, Ekiti State, Nigeria with a B.SC degree in Finance in the First Class Honours Division and bagged a Masters Degree in... view full profile
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