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Understanding Monopolies in a Market Economy Online Course

Understanding Monopolies in a Market Economy Online Course | Business Futures | Scoop.it

This free ALISON online economics course will be of great interest to all professionals in areas such as economics, finance, business and politics who would like to learn more about the economic and financial implications of monopolies existing within any business sector, and to all learners who would like learn more about how monopolies operate within a market.

Understanding Monopolies in a Market Economy is originally from and published by Khan Academy and has a duration of 1-2 Hours for the average learner.

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Degree in Economics

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This page tells you more about a degree in economics, what the courses are, where you can take them, what the prospects are, and what you can expect to earn.
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Degree in Economics

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This page tells you more about a degree in economics, what the courses are, where you can take them, what the prospects are, and what you can expect to earn.

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Degree in Economics

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Nigerian economy: Freeing funds for development

Nigerian economy: Freeing funds for development | Business Futures | Scoop.it

Today’s reality for Nigeria is a fortified adoption of Public Private Partnerships (PPP), Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools, and accelerated human capital development to leapfrog for advancement without predisposition. Government is the biggest employer of labour in the country and the burden on recurrent expenditure is becoming too worrisome; so it is essential for the federal government to urgently re-organise some agencies such as Nigeria Postal Service (NIPOST), Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), National Sports Commission, and Nigeria Television Authority (NTA) to operate as self-sustaining parastatals to further reduce federal recurrent expenditure. Billions of naira could be garnered from these agencies to embark on large scale human and infrastructure development.

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