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Revisiting the Mediating Effect of Normative Commitment Relationships in Nigeria
Purpose: This study examines the mediating effect of normative commitment, that is, a customer’s feeling of moral obligation to stay in a relationship based on the psychological feeling that it is the right thing to do. ...
Corruption Fights Back: Localizing Transparency and EITI in the Nigerian ‘Penkelemes’
(Wiley Online Library, 2020-08-07)
This study explores how the global transparency norm is localized in the Nigerian extractive industry. Transparency is theorised as a process which can be analysed in terms of rules, interactions, power games and context. ...
Did Black Lives Matter to the British Empire in World War Two?
(Byline Times, 2020-08-14)
The often overlooked story of the African soldiers who risked their lives and left their families to fight for the British must finally be recognised – as the sacrifice of their white counterparts is. This short article ...
Nigerian Budgetary Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and its Shrinking Fiscal Space: Financial Sustainability, Employment, Social Inequality and Business Implications
Purpose: This article aims to explore the Nigerian government’s budgetary response to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the economic and social implications of the pandemic response. Design/methodology/approach: Our ...
Risk factors affecting maternal health outcomes in Rivers State of Nigeria: Towards the PRISMA model
Existing research suggests that Nigeria accounts for about 23% of the world’s maternal mortality ratio, with negative impacts on women’s wellbeing and the country’s socio-economic development. The underlying risk factors ...