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Corporate governance and responsibility in Nigeria
To provide an expository on the peculiar dimension of the corporate governance and responsibility phenomenon in developing market economies, we employ a mix of qualitative methods to provide research evidence-based insights ...
The code of corporate governance in Nigeria: Efficiency gains or social legitimation
This paper is the first study which examines the rationale behind the adoption of corporate governance codes, the requirements of the codes and their operationalisation, and the effectiveness of the codes in addressing ...
Determinants of the informal economy of an emerging economy: a multiple indicator, multiple causes (MIMIC) approach
Positing the implementation of evidenced-based policies to manage the informal economy, our paper employs, in a novel way, the multiple-cause, multiple-indicator model and primary data, to identify the determinants of the ...
Corporate governance in the Nigerian banking industry: Towards a strategic governmental engagement
The recent global economic crisis has led to reduced confidence in the self-regulation of banks and has facilitated a debate on how governments across the world intend to engage with the corporate governance of banks. ...