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Current Issue: IJPAMR, VOl. 2 No 2, March 2014

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Complete E-copy of International Journal of Public Administration and Management Research (IJPAMR) Vol. 2 No. 2, March, 2014

 

 

Preliminary Pages

 

1.

Towards Sustainable Economic Development and Security in Nigeria: The Public Sector Audit Perspective
Inekwe, Murumba

1-10

2.

Bureaucracy: A Tool for Scuttling Application of Innovative Ideas in the Nigerian Public Service
Chuks P. Maduabum

11-21

3.

The Impact of Taxation on Revenue Generation in Nigeria: A Study of Federal Capital Territory and Selected States
Afuberoh, Dennis & Okoye Emmanuel

22-47

4.

Decentralization, Local Governance and Public Goods Delivery in Nigeria
Ise Olorunkanmi O. Joseph

48-55

5.

Implications of Unemployment on Nigeria’s Sustainable Development
Danjos Denis Dalhatu & Ali S. Yusufu Bagaji

56-65

6.

Effects of Microfinance Banks on the Rural Dwellers in Kogi State, Nigeria
Alani, G. O.& Sani, John 

66-79

7.

Effects of Human Resource Training and Development on Productivity in Nigerian Hospitality Industry
Audu Joel Samson & Gungul, Timothy

80-87

8.

An Assessment of the Privatization of Benue Cement Company Plc, Gboko, Benue State Nigeria: 1986 - 2011
Orokpo, Ogbole F.E. & Ejeh Adoyi Willliams

88-97

9.

Poverty Alleviation Strategies and Governance in Nigeria
Alfa Patrick Innocent; Otaida Eikojonwa & Audu Enojo

98-105

10.

Comparative Analysis of NPAs of Old Private Sector Banks and New Private Sector Banks in India
Jyoti Ainapur

106-115

11.

Social Network and Human Capital as Determinants of Entrepreneurial Opportunity Recognition in Nigeria
ADERIBIGBE, John Kolawole; ABU, Salawu Hassan & OLUWAFEMI, Odunayo Oluwasanmi

116-128

12.

Perspectives on Stress and its Management for Individual Well-being and Organisational Productivity
Ali S. Yusufu Bagaji & Erasmus Okhidemeh

129-147

13.

Performance of Public Enterprises in Nigeria and the Privatization Option
Agabi Paul Tsunabavyon & Orokpo, Ogbole F.E

148-155

14.

Applicability of Porter’s Five Forces Model in Internationalization - A New Dimension of Analysing the Industry Structure.
Ms. G. Jayanthi & Dr. R Amudha

156-169

15.

Structural Adjustment Programme and its Negative Effect on Education in Nigeria: A philosophical Reconceptualization
Michael Ukah

170-186

16.

Developing Office Management Techniques in Nigeria: Perspective, Profile and Prospects
Eneche J. B. Pius & Audu Joel Samson

187-192

17.

Re-positioning Commercial Banks to enhance the productive capacities of Small and Medium – Scale Enterprises (SMEs) for Economic Growth of Developing Nations: A Focus on Nigeria
Omika Mohammed

193-198

18.

The Verity of Urbanization and Public Health System in Nigeria
Attah Amana Philip

199-208

19.

Performance Improvement through Non-systematic Training Premises
ABDUL, Haruna & EDINO, Ojonimi Ferdinand

209-218

20.

The Effects of Corporate Governance on the Performance of Commercial Banks in Nigeria
Okoi Innocent Obeten, Stephen Ocheni & Sani John

219-234

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