Monthly Archives: January 2014

INFLUENCE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING: Concept of Entrepreneurship

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Entrepreneurship as a dynamic process of vision, change and creation, requires to be taught for the transfer of its skills and knowledge from an expert to someone else (Kuratko, 2005). It involves an application of energy and passion towards the creation of an enterprise and this includes the; willingness to take calculative risks; teamwork; the […]

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INFLUENCE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING: Research Questions

Small businesses have the potential to contribute to the development process. The economic importance of microenterprises according to Liedholm and Mead (1999) includes: contribution to household income and welfare, contribution to self confidence and empowerment of individual, contribution to social change, political stability, and democracy, contribution to distributional or developmental objectives and contributions in the […]

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INFLUENCE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING: INTRODUCTION

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One of the greatest challenges that face Nigeria is how to alleviate poverty and unemployment. Unfortunately, poverty is on the increase because of the growing population and the lack of commensurate economic development and resources to satisfy the needs of the ever-increasing population. The only alternative is to find ways of curbing the spread of […]

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INVESTMENT COMPANY POLICY: Conclusions

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Based on critical analysis and theoretical generalization of the views of domestic and foreign scientists in research noted that the investment policy, as part of the socio-economic policies of the economic system a certain level of control is a complex of measures and activities of organizing, financing and management of investment activities aimed at goals, […]

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INVESTMENT COMPANY POLICY: Operating activities

Operating activities of JSC “NC” KTZ» are divided into three components: freight, passengers or other activities. • Trucking. By volume of freight rail firmly holding first place in the Republic: it accounts for more than 71% of turnover – against 28,4% of pipeline transportation, automotive and 0,5% 0,1% sea and air transport. The main volume […]

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INVESTMENT COMPANY POLICY: Passenger transport

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In accordance with the decree of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated January 27, 2008 № 11-p on alienation of property “NC” KTZ “and open joint-stock company” Remvagon “28 February 2008 signed contracts for the purchase and sale of wagons number 399 – AO and № 400-AO with LLP Transcom LLP and […]

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INVESTMENT COMPANY POLICY: Introduction

Joint Stock Company “National company” Kazakhstan Temir Joly “was organized in accordance with the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan № 310 on March 15, 2007, № 479 of April 27, 2007 and № 1404 from December 28, 2007. The parent company was incorporated May 15, 2007, but capital and net assets have been made […]

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INVESTMENT COMPANY POLICY

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Obviously, the key issue in the current economic situation in the country is to develop an economic policy that would help consolidate the progress achieved in stabilizing the economy and the achievement of increasing the rate of economic growth based on an innovative model of development. Therefore, not coincidentally, the relevance of investment activity in […]

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CAPITAL BUDGETING PRACTICES IN QUOTED BANKS IN NIGERIA: RESULTS

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The data for the study is sourced from annual reports of banks listed on the stock exchange as at 31st December, 2012. There are fourteen banks listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange as at this date. The research design is therefore cross-sectional. Data was gathered from all 14 banks and analysed using ordinary least square […]

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CAPITAL BUDGETING PRACTICES IN QUOTED BANKS IN NIGERIA: DETERMINANTS

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Graham and Harvey (2002) and Meier and Tarhan (2007), estimated binary models explaining choices of capital budgeting methods, as in Brounen, De Long, Koedijk (2004) and Hermes, Smid, and Yao (2007). However, there is still a shortage of studies looking into cross-sectional determinants of the choices of capital budgeting methods determinants of the choices of […]

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