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The NESG Economic and Policy Review (EPR) is a quarterly publication of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG), established to serve as an avenue for constructive analysis of economic policies and their impacts on different aspects of the business and economic environment. The EPR aims to provide unbiased, non-partisan views, opinions and analyses on the Nigerian economy and a source of socio-economic indices for business leaders, policy makers and other stakeholders. Therefore, the thrust of the EPR is to provide readers with ideas that help them become smarter, more creative, and more informed about the business and economic environment in which they operate and work. EPR enlists experts in public policy, business, economic theory and practice to express their thoughts and views in the most influential way possible on economic policy and direction of government and the Nigerian economy in the short, medium and long terms.

Vol 16, No 2 (2017)

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State of the Nigerian economy: first half of 2017 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Wilson Erumebor
Environmental degradation, energy consumption, population growth and economic growth: Does Environmental Kuznets curve matter for Nigeria? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Imisi R. Aiyetan, Philip A. Olomola
The empirical analysis of cash balance pension scheme implementation in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Martin O. Omorodion, Olusegun Oyediran
Is inflation a growth killer? Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mustapha A. Akinkunmi
Making public-private partnerships work in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Wilson Erumebor
How to revive Nigeria’s neglected leather industry EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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