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Incentive structure, civil service efficiency and the hidden economy in Nigeria

Mohammed Salisu

Incentive structure, civil service efficiency and the hidden economy in Nigeria

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Published by United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civil service reform -- Nigeria,
  • Political corruption -- Nigeria,
  • Informal sector (Economics) -- Nigeria

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMohammed Salisu.
    SeriesWIDER discussion paper -- no.2001/86
    ContributionsWorld Institute for Development Economics Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27 p. :
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19817706M
    ISBN 109524552965

    Reform Judaism In the 's there were Jewish groups who wanted to assimilate more into the American culture. This more liberal group, and a more churchlike group, is referred to as Reform Judaism (includes about 2 million people in the United States). Nigeria’s economic recovery continues to be hampered by structural bottlenecks in the economy. The attempt to restructure the economy through privatisation is currently at a snail’s pace. Nigeria’s phase-1 privatisation programme () was deemed successful with measurable benefits to File Size: KB. The Central Bank of Nigeria encourages the dissemination of its work. However, the materials in this publication are copyrighted. Request for permission to reproduce portions of it should be sent to the Director of Research, Research Department, Central Bank of Nigeria Abuja. A catalogue record for this publication is available from the. service-providing inadequate local financial entrepreneurship etc. Furthermore, Adeyemo () stated that “other factors that accelerated the growth of Nigeria’s public sector was the indigenization policy of as enacted by the economy, the policy further provided muchFile Size: KB.


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Incentive structure, civil service efficiency and the hidden economy in Nigeria by Mohammed Salisu Download PDF EPUB FB2

Salisu, Mohammed, "Incentive Structure, Civil Service Efficiency and the Hidden Economy in Nigeria," WIDER Working Paper SeriesWorld Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER). Handle: RePEc:unu:wpaper:dp Incentive Structure, Civil Service Efficiency and the Hidden Economy in Nigeria Mohammed Salisu* September Abstract Successive governments in Nigeria have introduced reforms aimed at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the civil service.

Still, the service remains inefficient and. Successive governments in Nigeria have introduced reforms aimed at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the civil service.

Still, the service remains inefficient and incapable of reforming itself, let alone the rest of the economy. Corruption has become an endemic feature of public sector activities, with the oil booms and busts distorting the incentive structures of civil servants.

Incentive Structure, Civil Service Efficiency and the Hidden Economy in Nigeria Mohammed Salisu More Working Paper | Incentive Structure, Civil Service Efficiency and the Hidden Economy in Nigeria; Part II: Incentive Structures and Performance in the Public Service civil service efficiency and the hidden economy in Nigeria book.

The Mozambican Civil Service: Incentives, Reforms and Performance. Incentive structure and efficiency in the Kenyan civil service / Damiano Kulundu Manda Incentive structure, civil service efficiency and the hidden economy in Nigeria / Mohammed Salisu The Mozambican civil service: incentives, reforms and performance / José A.

8 - Incentive Structure, Civil Service Efficiency and the Hidden Economy in Nigeria Notes References *. Salisu, M () ‘Incentive structure, civil service efficiency and the hidden economy in Nigeria’, in Reforming Africa’s Institutions: Ownership, Incentives, and Capabilities, S.

Kayizzi. To raise efficiency, extensive civil service reforms and changes in its incentive structure were necessary to reflect the government’s new priorities.

The main factors affecting performance in the civil service include low salaries and allowances for the civil servants, lack of equipment and office space, poor compensation, absence of a. Nigeria accounting for about 20% of Nigeria’s total foreign investment. Other relevant sources of FDI included Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Italy, Netherland, France, South Africa and increasingly China which is the second largest trading partner to Nigeria in Africa after File Size: KB.

activities addition Africa agricultural areas Bank of Nigeria boards capital formation cent Central Bank changes commercial banks commodities companies contribution country's crude decade decline deficit demand direct distribution domestic Economic Development effect employment establishments estimated example exchange existing expenditure.

Nigeria recently completed an exercise to recalculate the constituent parts of its economy. The end result of that recalibration process was that the country’s nominal GDP was $ billion, 80% higher than previously reported. On that scale, Nigeria became a global front-runner overnight. It now ranks as the 26th largest economy in the Author: Ellis Mnyandu.

PROECT TOPIC: BUREAUCRACY AND EFFICIENCY IN NIGERIAN PUBLIC ENTERPRISE includes abstract and chapter one, complete project material available BUREAUCRACY AND EFFICIENCY IN NIGERIAN PUBLIC ENTERPRISE: (A CASE STUDY OF PHCN ONITSHA BRANCH.) TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study Statement of problem.

A clear observation and study of the environment in which the Civil Service operate in Nigeria would reveal that it is very much characterized with the features of the prismatic society. It is observed that the distinguishing characteristics of the “Sala” bureaucracy accounts for its dismal weakness in the inter-penetration of the elements.

Africa agricultural sector allocation Anambra Annual Report areas balance of payments Bank of Nigeria capital expenditure capital formation cent Central Bank commercial banks commodities contribution country's crude oil decade decline deficit developing countries Development in Nigeria Development Plan Economic Development effect.

IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY AND PRODUCTIVITY OF NIGERIA CIVIL SERVICE HAPTER ONE BACKGROUND OF THE SUBECT MATTER At the federal level, the Nigeria civil service is the most important sector of the nations economic systems.

At the same time, when viewed from the state level, it is seen as the most important sector of the state economic system. The study of the impact of bureaucracy in Nigeria public enterprise.

The case study of PHCN Enugu District will seek to test the following hypothesis: 1. H 0: Bureaucracy has no significant impact in Nigeria public enterprise. H I: Bureaucracy has significant impact in Nigeria public enterprise. Samuel T. Achie & Joshua T.

Kurah “The Role of Financial Incentives as a Motivator in Employee’s Productivity in Nigeria Electricity Distribution Companies” International Journal of Research in Business Studies and Management V3 I1 January 3 Akinmayowa () defined productivity as the ratio of input to output of a group or an individualAuthor: Samuel T.

Achie, Joshua T. Kurah. Keywords: Civil Service, Development, Democratization, Good Governance, Nigeria Introduction The civil service model being operated in Nigeria has its origin in British colonial administration.

Although, the British did not leave a large civil service system, it left a civil service that was efficient and effective. These and other factors necessitated the clamour for reforms in the Nigeria Civil Service. The colonial masters carried out some reforms, among which are the Harragin commission of which was the first commission set up to look into the Nigeria Civil Service, and the.

Bureaucracy And Problems of Inefficiency in Nigeria’s Civil Service. A Case Study of Enugu State Civil Service Literature Review Meaning and Nature of Bureaucracy Bureaucracy as conceptually used in Public Administration is often associated with conduct of public affairs and the activities of public officials.

Therefore, bureaucracies are found in political religious, business, military. The tertiary component comprising services and trade are clearly in second place implying that Nigeria will transit next to a service type economy. I exclude Building and construction in the Secondary/Industrial component which refers to the production of houses to give a clearer picture of the real sector’s contribution to Nigeria’s GDP.

Measurement of Efficiency Level in Nigerian Seaport after was established by the Federal Government of Nigeria to provide an Oil Service Centre and Support Base to serve Nigerian onshore and offshore fields, whilst also Ehbenine () opined that port concession is very viable in. The civil service as is widely known is the government tool for the implementation of its policies and programmes.

This remains the main function of the civil service. The question which continues to be asked by the leadership and the enlightened general public is how effective and committed the civil service is to its functions. INSTRUCTIONS: Bureaucracy And Efficiency In Nigerian Public Enterprise project material.

Please, sit back and study the below research material carefully. DO NOT copy word for word. UniProjects aim of providing this Bureaucracy And Efficiency In Nigerian Public Enterprise project research material is to reduce the stress of moving from one school library to another all in the name of searching.

Introduction to topics in the history and structure of Nigeria economy History and structure of Nigerian economy Series Arts, management and social sciences handbook series ISBN Browse related items. Start at call number: HCM67 View full page. Librarian view | Catkey: Adebayo, () stated that bureaucracy appeared to have acquired an opprobrious meaning, and odious connotations hence it is associated with inefficiency, lack of initiative, unintelligence rigidity in approach to human problems, and down right stubbornness on the part of official.

This impression is very particular to Nigeria civil service and indeed has gained permanence in recent times. Corporate Tax Incentives in Nigeria. Nigeria's economy is largely dependent on petroleum, yet the country is suffering from fuel supply shortages. Result suggests that the tax incentive.

Strategies for Improving the Incentive Structure of Tax Systems A Southern African Perspective Andrew Masters Manager, Legislative Research South African Revenue Service Paper presented at the high-level seminar: Realizing the Potential for Profitable Investment in Africa Organized by the IMF Institute and the Joint Africa Institute.

Civil service reform is a deliberate action to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, professionalism, representativity and democratic character of a civil service, with a view to promoting better delivery of public goods and services, with increased actions can include data gathering and analysis, organizational restructuring, improving human resource management and.

the need to adopt a more robust policy to attract more investment into the economy. In this regards, the study discusses tax incentives and the Nigeria economy; the impact of tax incentives and revenue productivity; some empirical evidence and theoretical issues.

Tax Incentives and the Nigeria Economy. -since there is no incentive to build capital past where the aggregate production function flattens (see fig.

), and since we are assuming that capital is the source of growth, the economy stops producing once it reaches Kthis is called the economy's steady state.

INSTRUCTIONS: Impact Of Transportation On The Nigerian Economy project material. Please, sit back and study the below research material carefully.

DO NOT copy word for word. UniProjects aim of providing Impact Of Transportation On The Nigerian Economy project research material is to reduce the stress of moving from one school library to another all in the name of searching for Impact Of.

The constitutional crisis of was a political stand-off between the Russian president Boris Yeltsin and the Russian parliament that was resolved by military force.

The relations between the president and the parliament had been deteriorating for some time. The power struggle reached its crisis on 21 Septemberwhen President Yeltsin aimed to dissolve the country's legislature (the Location: Moscow, Russia.

The political economy of restructuring the Nigerian federation (1) we need to understand the basis for inertia on the part of political actors and hence focus on the incentive structure and. Bande T. (), "Preparing the Zamfara State Civil Service for the 21 st Century" Paper presented at a Workshop on 'Enhancing Efficiency and Productivity in the Civil Service" Charter for the.

Overview of the Nigerian Economy Economic and Social Environment • Sincethe Government of Nigeria has sustained far-reaching economic reforms at the federal level, particularly in public finance management, and the financial sector. • The economic reforms and prudent policies have contributed to the consolidation ofFile Size: 18KB.

Structure of the economy and the role of investment; An econometric model of the Nigerian economy / M.A. Iyoha; The relative contribution of public sector and private sector investment to Nigeria's economic development since / A.H. Ekpo; Monetary policy, capital accumulation and output in the Nigerian economy / S.L.A.

Guobadia. efficiency in output generation and changes in the technical and institutional arrangements by which it is produced and distributed. The structure of an economy, on the other hand, is the organizational and institutional framework which determines the forms of resource ownership, production and distribution of goods and Size: 2MB.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The structure of the Nigerian economy, - by J.

Anyanwu,Joanee Educational Publishers edition, in EnglishPages:   PROJECT TOPIC: BUREAUCRACY AND PROBLEMS OF INEFFICIENCY IN NIGERIA’S CIVIL SERVICE.

A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE CIVIL SERVICE ABSTRACT This work is titled “Bureaucracy and problems of inefficiency in Nigeria’s civil service: A case study of Enugu State civil service.” The work is aimed at exposing the students and practitioners in public [ ].

hampers development and thus raises the level of poverty in any economy that finds itself entrenched in corrupt practices. Corruption creates uncertainty and risk in the growth and development potential of any country.

The study investigated the impact of corruption on economic development in Nigeria.Welfare Effects of Taxation On The Nigerian Economy Osundina C. K.1 and Olanrewaju G.O2 1. Department of Economics, Banking and Finance, Babcock University, Ilishan –Remo, Ogun - State, Nigeria 2. Department of Economics, Banking and Finance, File Size: KB.measures, limit the size of the cabinet to reduce the high cost of governance in Nigeria.

JEL classification: D72, H11, H41 1. Introduct ion FOR ANY society to prosper, it needs to have a government to run its affairs. The government helps to sustain the social contract that binds every member of the by: