Implication of Government and Health on labour productivity
ABSTRACT One of the numerous responsibilities of the government of any country is to invest in the various sectors of the economy. This should however be channeled to the appropriate sectors, such as the education and health sectors, that will lead to a continual growth in the economy of the country. It is in the light of this, that this study looks at government spending on education and...
Published at African Journal of Social Policy and Administration
Pages pp.96 -103
Published in 2014
Matthew A.O and Fasina, F.F.
Fagbeminiyi Fasina » Fagbeminiyi Fasina holds a Ph.D. in Demography and Social Statistics. He is a researcher with a flair for safe motherhood and other reproductive health issues. He worked extensively on socioeconomic and cultural determinants of maternal access and the use of modern healthcare facilities in Nigeria. view full profile
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