Kenneth Jegbefumwen

Novena University - Department of Economics

Kwale

Nigeria

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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Foreign Direct Investment for Sustainable Economic Growth in Nigeria: Factor Analytic Approach

Okafor, S.O. ; Jegbefumwen, K, & Okafor, P.N. (2016). Foreign direct investment for sustainable economic growth in Nigeria: Factor analytic approach. British Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences, 11 (1, February):123-141.
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 30 Jun 2016
Samuel Okafor, Kenneth Jegbefumwen and Patricia Okafor
Nnamdi Azikiwe University - Department of Economics, Novena University - Department of Economics and University of Jos
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foreign direct investment, economic growth, public sector theory, factor analytic approach

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Public Spending for Growth–Induced Employment: The Nigerian Experience

Okafor, S.O.& Jegbefumwen, K. (2016). Public spending for growth–induced employment: The Nigerian experience. British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade, 12(1): 1-19.
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 05 Jul 2016
Samuel Okafor and Kenneth Jegbefumwen
Nnamdi Azikiwe University - Department of Economics and Novena University - Department of Economics
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Public spending; economic growth; dynamic employment policy; revenue generation; factor analytic approach

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Economic Efficiency of Public Health Programmes for Control of HIV/AIDS Infections in Anambra State

Okafor, S.O., Ike, A.N., Jegbefumwen, K., Ewuru, N.C.(2015). Journal of Economic Studies Vol 12 (1) pp 53-66.
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 26 Sep 2016
Samuel Okafor, Ann Ike, Kenneth Jegbefumwen and Ngozi Ewurum
Nnamdi Azikiwe University - Department of Economics, Federal Polytechnic, Nigeria, Novena University - Department of Economics and Michael Okpara University of Agriculture
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Economic efficiency, public health programme, HIV/AIDS control, health effects