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Curbing gasoline consumption through public transportation (PT) in Lagos State, Nigeria by Aminu, Suraju Abiodun PhD* & Olayinka, Kofoworola Abiodun  
The Relationship between Mothers - Child Training Approaches and
Anxiety Disorders of Sixth Grade of Students of First Region of Hamedan_Iran by Nasrollah Erfani, Hassan Sarmadi Ansar and Hamid noroozi
 
Accountability and Financial Reporting Issues in Nigeria: Considering a Change from Cash Accounting to Accrual Accounting by Olomiyete, I. Ayobami  
 
Reflection on Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC): Corruption
and the use of Plea Bargain in Nigeria By Ayodele, John Alade
 
Evaluating Local Government Budgeting and Financial Reporting Formats for
Citizens’ Participation in Governance in Lagos State by Olomiyete I. Ayobami
 
Management Practice: its Effects on SMEs Performance
By Oluwakemi Oludotun Oyefesobi (PhD), Abiodun Eniola Alao, Sunday Olalekan Felix Taiwo
Nigerian Sovereign Wealth Fund (NSWF): Prospect for Alleviating Poverty in Nigeria Okunowo Oladele Olaitan
Enhancing Not-for-Profit Organizations’ (NPOs) Effectiveness through Marketing: an Empirical Study By Alasiri, W. Abiodun  
The Effect of Quality Management on Public Library Development in Nigeria By Yusuf K. Folashade  
Financing Strategies for Entrepreneurship Wilson J. Awaiko  
Attitude of Library and Information Science Students on Industrial Training towards Cataloguing and Classification Study of Lagos State Polytechnic Library By Yusuf K. Folashade  
The challenges of sustainable development in Nigeria by Professor Ayodele Olukoju
Empirical investigation of challenges of distribution of premium motor spirit (PMS) in Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja and environs, Nigeria by Suraju Abiodun Aminu(Ph.D)*, Olusegun Paul Olawore
Environmental sustainability and Financial Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria: A Study of Selected Firms in Lagos State by Folorunsho M. Ajide, John A. Oyetade (Ph.D), Raimi A. Anisere-Hameed
Sustainability of institutional investors’ confidence in the practice of external auditing in Nigeria by Olomiyete, Ayobami
Sociolinguistic role of accounting as the language of business in Ojo and Mushin Local Government areas of Lagos State by Adeniji, Olayinka Olushola
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs)’ business development in Nigeria: Nature, challenges and prospects by Segun Abel Adesanya
Constitutional provisions of the freedom of the Press and their limitations in Nigeria by Okunowo Oladele
Achieving petrol conservation through higher pump price in Nigeria: Evidence from the transport sector of Lagos State by Suraju Abiodun Aminu*, PhD, Kofoworola Abiodun Olayinka
The nexus between electricity generation, supply and manufacturing sector performance in Nigeria (1975-2011) by Osobase, Anthony O, Bakare-Aremu, Tunde. A
Understanding the relationship between some macro-economic variables and movement of stock prices of selected banks in Nigeria by Ashogbon, Mustapha B. A
Civic education and nation-building in Nigeria by Martins Afolabi Arogundade
An empirical analysis of response of Nigerian industrial output to macro-economic adjustment policies by Bakare-Aremu, T. A. Osobase, A. O
   
 
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