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This edition of the NMR contains five interesting articles, all carefully packaged for your reading pleasure.

Article one, written by Dr. C.I. Okeke, has the main objective of identifying the critical issues and challenges that have come up in the last three years of e-banking emergence in the Nigerian banking industry. The article also recommends measures and strategies to address the issues and ensure that e-banking fulfils its promises of consumer convenience and enhanced profitable banking operations.

Mr. Ayodele Omotosho writes on the overview of development planning, millennium development goals and NV 20:2020 in article two. The article emphasizes the role of Directors of Planning, Research and Statistics in the public and private sectors of the Nigerian economy in using development planning as a veritable and inevitable tool for the attainment of the MDGs and Vision 20:2020.

Building a partnership between the public and private sectors for improved service delivery and sustainable development in Nigeria is the title of article three. Written by Dr. Chucks P. Maduabum, the article discusses partnership between the public and private sectors of the Nigerian economy.

Article four leadership re-orientation in the public and private sectors by Dr. Francis C. Anyim, discusses the concept of leadership and its various dimensions. The articles goes ahead to study leadership re-orientation and its effects on performance. The role of trainers towards effective leadership is also examined.

Finally, empowering the planning, research and statistics department (PRSD) to achieve the millennium development goals (MDGs) and Vision 20:2020 is the thrust of article five by Dr. C.I. Okeke and Mr. Francis I. Iyanya. The article discussses the critical capability requirements for the attainment of the MDGs and Vision 20:2020, and recommends how to move the PRSD forward.

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This edition of the NMR contains seven interesting articles. The causality between money supply and output growth in Nigeria is the thrust of article one written by Omoke Phillip. The article uses econometric techniques to show that money supply granger causes output in Nigeria.

Article two discusses the critical factors responsible for labout turnover in some brewery industries in Nigeria. The article examines the cost of labour turnover to firms and the labour market in general.

Bank fraud in Nigeria is the focus of article three. The author, Idolor Eseoghene, discussess the nature, types, causes, magnitude and consequences of bank fraud in Nigeria. The author used questionnaires as the instrument of survey to gather data on the object of study and thereafter proffers solutions to the incessant cases of fraud in the Nigerian banking industry.

The place of ICT in Nigeria’s economic development is what article four discusses. The article, written by an ICT specialist, discusses the characteristics of ICT and its role in markets and economic efficiency, among other things. The article concludes by suggesting ways through which ICT can be further exploited to move the various sectors of the Nigerian economy forward.

Article five by Barine Nwidobie is on the current corporate governance practices of quoted firms in Nigeria. The article assessess the level of compliance of quoted firms to the World Bank, CAMA, 1999, and SAS requirements.

Article six is about materials management in ships. This article, written by Lawal Dogarawa, discusses all activities concerned with the ordering, storage, movement of materials and the overall strategy of materials planning that will ensure maximum returns. The role of capacity building in manpower planning and budgeting in Nigeria’s public sector is the issue of discussion in article seven. The article examines, among other things, the capacity building efforts in Nigeria since independence, capacity building focus, and constraints to capacity building and utilization.

All the articles are refreshing, current and carefully selected to update your knowledge.

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The overriding objective of monetary policy in many countries is to ensure the stability of prices over time. Mondelling and estimating inflation dynamics has been one of the central issues in macroeconomics over the past decades. This is because inflation is considered to be detrimental to aggregate economic activity and to economic growth. Inflation impses negative externalities on an economy when it interferes with the economy’s efficiency. Inflation can lead to uncertainty about the future profitability of investment projects, especially when high inflation is also associated with increase in price variability. Therefore, reduction of inflation rate is always a priority in any economic policy agenda.

Despite series of stabilization programmes embarked upon in Nigeria, high inflation remains an issue yet to be successfully tackled. Specifically, since the introduction of the National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy (NEEDS) in 2003, the target of single-digit inflation has not been met. In 2007, the Central Bank governor attempted to decimalize the naira with the intention to curtail the level of inflation in the country. Even with the suspension of the policy, the necessity of finding a way to curtail inflation in Nigeria cannot be ruled out. This report is the output of the study carried out in recognition of the need to analyse the effect of changes in currency denomination on inflation dynamics in Nigeria.

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