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Thus, in a resource rich state like Nigeria, where politics, public service and social existence is often entangled with business interest and as such feeds corruption and mismanagement, the contribution of foreign aid to the improvement of poverty is the country remains an acid test for aid effectiveness.
Radelet came up with similar conclusions. It is the augmented version of the Dickey-Fuller test for a larger and more complicated set of time series model. Aigbokhan, Inpoverty was regarded as a rural phenomenon but byit had spread to urban areas. Foreign direct investment FDI: Meanwhile, Dependency theory serves best for this research work.
Therefore, even if a relationship is established between the examined variables, this does not guarantee that the occurrence of one necessitates the occurrence of the other. It then explores the empirical evidence on the relationship between aid and growth, which is divided between research that finds no relationship and research that finds a positive relationship at least under certain circumstances.
The regression is run using Ordinary least squares technique. This allowed them to identify not only the ceteris paribus growth effects of aid using an established conditioning set of policy variables, but also to assess the robustness of this set to the inclusion of aid, and other forms of, investment finance among the growth determinants.
There are several other different income inequality metrics, for example the Gini coefficient or the Theil Index.
Indeed, reducing the aid to GNI ratio by one percentage point at the period of crossing the threshold, on average, reduces the real per capita GDP growth by approximately 0. Oil wealth has distorted the economy and has discouraged growth in other sectors.
It would be much more sensible to scale back the levels of aid considerably; provide aid only to governments that are already reforming and agree to continue reforms; and make clear that aid will be available only for a strictly limited period.
In the early s, severe economic crisis shook Nigeria bringing along with them real and perceived increases in the level of poverty in the country.
They also explained that when foreign aid takes the form of technical assistance, it can have important effects on improving economic conditions in poor countries; at least when it is administered efficiently. Generally, there are two schools of thought as regards the impact of foreign aid on poverty.
To analyze the poverty profile and discuss the national trends of poverty in Nigeria.
For the first time in history, humanity possesses the knowledge and skill to relieve the suffering of these people. However in Africa integration is an expression of both the need for satisfy the yearning and desires of the citizenry and that of nationalism.
The first is the common warning that correlation does not mean causation. Easterly challenges the growth gap theory usually used to justify increase in foreign aid.
Some recent evidence kyklos, It would be much more sensible to scale back the levels of aid considerably; provide aid only to governments that are already reforming and agree to continue reforms; and make clear that aid will be available only for a strictly limited period.
Most analysis view poverty as a result of insufficient income for securing basic goods and services. The Sphere Project handbook, Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Response, which was produced by a coalition of leading non-governmental humanitarian agencies, lists the following principles of humanitarian action: Many countries are not in a strong fiscal position to address the current financial crisis.
A second key assumption of the model in which aid fills a financing gap and allows greater investment is that aid will actually finance investment rather than consumption. Nigeria enjoyed steady economic growth and relative stability in the s and 70s especially with emergence of the mining industries.
Welfare states and Poverty: Foreign aid is the economic help provided to communities of countries due to the occurrence of a humanitarian crisis or for the achievement of a socioeconomic objective.
Poor management of resource revenues can mean that rather than lifting countries out of poverty, revenues from such activities as oil production or gold mining actually leads to a resource curse.
It results into hunger, diseases, inadequate shelter and homelessness as part of the consequences of poverty. Definition of Terms Due to the plethora of concepts within the social science discipline it becomes imperative to operationally define certain concepts within the context of its usage in the research work.
Johan Galtung has informed on A. Byit was very obvious that urban poverty had become an increasing problem in Nigeria.
The result has been that post independence Africa Nigeria inevitably found itself structurally disadvantaged in international division of labour. According to Oganski A. Development aid is help given by developed countries to support economic or social development in developing countries so as to create long term sustainable economic growth.
The sources of foreign aids include bilateral and multilateral aids. The scope of this research is delimited to exploring the impact of foreign aid on Nigeria socio-economic development, the role of NPEAD on Nigeria socio-economic development, the challenges of NEPAD on Nigeria socio-economic development.
FOREIGN AID AND ITS IMPACT ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA. CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION. Background to the Study. The role of foreign aid in the growth process of developing countries has been an issueof intense debate.
Foreign aid is an important issue given its implications for poverty reduction in developing countries. SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN AID ON POVERTY IN NIGERIA reduction by facing the facts on ground and tackle corruption which has posed a threat to poverty reduction as well as economic development.
Hence the poverty alleviation programs should be more purposeful. FOREIGN AID AND ITS IMPACT ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA. CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION. Background to the Study.
The role of foreign aid in the growth process of developing countries has been an issueof intense debate. This project focuses on the poverty profile in Nigeria, the foreign aids given to the nation to help alleviate poverty and how it affects the economic development of Nigeria.
According to the World Bank website, “poverty is hunger. It is lack of shelter. Poverty is being sick and not being able to see a doctor.Impact of foreign aid on poverty and economic development in nigeria