Access to and Use of Bank Services in Nigeria: Micro-Econometric Evidence
This study examined the access to, and use of bank services in Nigeria using data from the World Bank Household Survey (2011) on financial inclusion. A framework was developed to situate the decision of individuals towards financial services in Nigeria. We examined three dependent variables – use of bank services, use of the account to save and frequency of bank withdrawals. Our results show...
Published at Review of Development Finance
Published in 2014
Efobi, U., Beecroft, I. and Osabuohien, E. S.
Beecroft Ibukun » Beecroft is an Economics Researcher and Faculty at Covenant University (CU), Nigeria, from where she holds both a bachelor and doctorate degree in Economics. Her master’s degree in Finance and Development was obtained from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, United Kingdom. She has prior experience working with the Office for National Statistics, London,... view full profile
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