NATIONAL SAVINGS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA


NATIONAL SAVINGS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

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1.1 INTRODUCTION
Several countries that have achieved rapid economic development since World War II have two
common features. First, they invested in education of men, women and in physical capital.
Second, they achieved high productivity from this investment by providing efficient capital
markets, competitive trade-lending roles, and higher level of economic efficiency driven by
technological capabilities, stable polity, appropriate economic policy and economic system
(World Bank, 2002).  National Savings. However, as a result of market failure that may likely occur in the process of growth, it may not be ideal to leave the process of economic growth entirely to the market forces especially in the developing economies like Nigeria. National Savings
One of the cardinal economic objectives of the developing countries, including Nigeria is to
achieve high economic growth that will lead to economic development and reduce poverty from
whatever theoretical angle that one may look at it, economic growth indicates the ability of an
economic to increase production of goods and services with the stock of capital and other factors
of accumulation with the right combination of other factors of production will bring about their
higher output growth. National Savings
Utemadu (2002) stated that economic growth countries that are able to accumulate high level of
capital tend to achieve fast rates of economic growth and development. Secondly, the quality of
the government and its economic policies matter a lot. The radical theorist and early proponents
of development economics were of the view that growth could be internalized. National Savings

TABLE OF CONTENT
Title page i
Approval page ii
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract
Table of content

CHAPTER ONE

Background of the study
Statement of the problem
Research hypothesis
Justification of the study

CHAPTER TWO
2.1 Theoretical Literature
2.2 Empirical literature
2.3 limitations of the previous studies

CHAPTER THREE
Methodology
3.1 Model specification
3.2 Estimation procedure
3.3 Techniques for evaluation of the result
3.3.1 Evaluation based on economic criteria
3.3.2 Evaluation based on statistical criteria (first order test)
3.3.3 Evaluation based on economic criteria (second order test
3.4 Data source

CHAPTER FOUR
Empirical result
4.1 Presentation of regression results
4.2 Evaluation of results
4.2.1 Evaluation based on economic criteria
4.2.2 Evaluation based on statistical criteria (first order test)
4.2.3 Evaluation based on econometric criteria

CHAPTER FIVE
5.1 Summary, Policy Recommendation and Conclusion
5.2 Policy recommendation
5.3Conclusion

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