4. Entrepreneurs Health and Productivity in Nigeria: Analysis of Microfinance Bank Contribution
This paper investigates the effects of microfinance on micro and small enterprise owners’ productivity. Productivity is measured as output value over resource input value. The paper employed panel data and multiple regression analysis to analyze a survey of 502 randomly selected enterprises finance by microfinance banks in Nigeria. We find strong evidence that participation in microfinance...
Babajide Abiola » Abiola obtained the Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Lagos State University, Ojo, 1994, a Masters degree in Banking and Finance from Bayero University, Kano, 1997 and a Ph.D degree in Banking & Finance from Covenant University, Ota in 2011. She is an associate member of the Institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria (ICAN), a member of American Finance Association and an executive... view full profile
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