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Evolving Importance of Securities Market to Ensure Economic Growth: Evidence from Armenia

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Analyzing Fiscal Balance Evolution for Developed and Emerging Countries

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Foreign Direct Investment Flows and IMF Lending Programs. New Empirical Evidence from CESEE Countries

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Financial Deepening, Foreign Direct Investment and Output Performance in Nigeria

Decades of Panel Data Analyses. Journal of Research in Economics, 68 (3), 248-256. doi: Hansen, H., and Rand, J., 2006. On the causal links between FDI and growth in developing countries. World Economy, 29 (1), 21-41. doi: Hennart, J. F., 1982. A theory of multinational enterprise : Univ of Michigan Pr. Hermes, N., and Lensink, R., 2003. Foreign direct investment, financial development and economic growth. The Journal of Development Studies, 40 (1), 142

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Corporate Governance and Human Resource Management in Nigeria’s Downstream Petroleum Sector

References Anyadike, N. O., 2013. Assessment of the implication of full scale deregulation of the downstream oil sector of the Nigerian economy: The neoliberalism approach. Global Journal of Political Science and Administration, 1(2), 23-48. Armstrong, M., 2012. Armstrong's handbook of human resource management practice: Kogan Page Limited. Balouga, J., 2012. The political economy of oil subsidy in Nigeria: International Association for Energy Economics. Brown, M. S., Muchin, K., and Rosenman, Z

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The Credibility of Fiscal Rules Policy and Business Cycle Volatility

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An Investigation into the Level of Financial Inclusion in Sub-Saharan Africa

:// Hotelling, H., 1933. Analysis of a complex of statistical variables into principal components. Journal of Educational Psychology, 24 (6), 417-441. Kankasa-Mabula, T., 2012. How can governments promote financial inclusion for women: The Zambian case . Paper presented at the 2nd African women’s economic summit of Bank of Zambia, Lagos. Kempson, E., Atkinson, A., and Pilley, O., 2004. Policy level response to financial exclusion in developed economies: lessons for developing

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The Relationship between Economic Development and Fatal Occupational Accidents: Evidence from Turkey

Economies, 42 (1), 95-112. doi: Nichols, T., 1991. Industrial injuries in British manufacturing industry and cyclical effects: Continuities and discontinuities in industrial injury research. Socialist Review, 39 (1), 131-139. doi: Nielsen, K. J., Lander, F., and Lauritsen, J., 2015. The relationship between macroeconomic and industry-specific business cycle indicators and work-related injuries among Danish construction workers. Occupational and

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OCA Indexes and Convergence Process in Europe

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Predictors of the Effectiveness of Management Accounting Function in Nigerian Firms

REFERENCES Abdel-Kader, M., and Luther, R., 2008. The impact of firm characteristics on management accounting practices: A UK-based empirical analysis. The British Accounting Review, 40 (1), 2-27. doi: Achimugu, A., and Ocheni, S. I., 2015. Application of management accounting techniques in the public sector of Nigerian economy. Journal of Good Governance and Sustainable Development in Africa, 2 (4), 81-87. Adejuyigbe, S. B., Mogaji, P. B., and Adesida, V. K., 2013. Effective management accounting

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