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Title:Issues in development
Editor:Bandara, Herath MadanaISNI
Year:2012
Pages:350
Language:English
City:Pannipitiya
Publisher:Stamford Lake
ISBN:9789556583144
Geographic term:Nigeria
Subjects:economic development
social development
finance
small enterprises
agricultural development
tourism
Abstract:This collection presents chapters written by academics from Nigeria and Sri Lanka on the following issues in development: growth & development, poverty, finance, health, education, environment, foreign direct investment (FDI), rural credit, small and medium enterprises, nutrition, value chain analysis (VCA), stock market, coping strategies, transport, tourism and corruption. Chapters on: poverty and development (Gafar T. Ijaiya); finance and economic development (H.I. Mobolaji); the health and development nexus (R.A. Bello); education and economic growth (Athula Ranasinghe); environment and sustainable development (S.L. Tilakasiri, U.A. Raheem, R.M. Olanrewaju); investment climate for attracting FDI into Sri Lanka (J.M.P. Pathirage); challenges of small and medium enterprises in Lagos State (S.B. Isiaka, A. Salman); formal and informal credit sources for rural development in Sri Lanka (D.P.S. Chandrakumara); economic growth and stock market performance in Sri Lanka (D.A.I. Dayaratne); financial viability and VCA of agro-processing industries in Oyo State (F.I. Olagunju et al.); remittances, calorie supply and nutrition among farming households in rural Nigeria (R.O. Babatunde et al.); the imperative of a road safety plan for Nigeria (G.T. Arosanyin); coping strategies of vulnerable farm households (M.M. Gunatilake); volatility of tourism and development in Sri Lanka (Iraj Ratnayake, Namal Wijesundara, Herath Madana Bandara); corruption and development in Nigeria (J.A. Bamiduro, D.O.A. Ilesanmi, Herath Madana Bandara). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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