Faculty of Management Science

 

The Faculty of Management Sciences (FMS) was carved out of the Faculty of Social Sciences in 2007 under Professor Dennis Aigbomikan as Vice Chancellor. as a distinctive Faculty, the FMS in the context of today's ever-changing world due to influence of globalization which created international community demand for global management aims to produce graduates with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will assist them to begin a career in any part of the world.

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Recent Submissions

  • SAVINGS -INVESTMENT A STRATEGY FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA. 

    ISEDU M.O. (The Journal of Banking & Finance JBF Vol.13 No. 2., 2018-06-01)
    The main objective of this study is to empirically examine the effects of savings and investment on economic growth in Nigeria. The study uses annual data from 1997 to 2016, being a sample period of twenty years. Error ...
  • MONETARY POLICIES CONTROL AND THE EFFICACY OF MONETARY SUPPLY IN NIGERIA: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS 

    ENOMA ANTHONY; ISEDU MUSTAFA (. International Journal of Banking and Finance., 2009-12-01)
    In this study, we establish the relationship between monetary policies control and the efficacy of money supply in Nigeria. We examine the adjustment process in money supply and multiplier from the disturbance to equilibrium. ...
  • LIFETIME FINANCIAL SECURITY: THE IMPERATIVE OF PENSION SCHEMES AND WORKERS IN PUBLIC SERVICES IN ESANLAND 

    E.J. Ofanson; O.M. Isedu (. National conference organized by Faculty of Management Sciences, Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma. PP274 -288., 2017-08-01)
    Life after retirement is one of the dreaded periods of most workers in Nigeria. The fears of facing the future after retirement creates an ambiance of disturb among employees. Retirement is seen by workers as a transition ...
  • GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE ONAGRICULTURAL OUTPUT: A PANACEA FOR ECONOMICRECESSION. 

    Bamidele AGBADUA; ISEDU, Mustafa (LafiaJournalofEconomicsandManagementSciencesVol.2No.1,June2017, 2017-07-14)
    The contribution of agricultural sector to the economy cannot beoveremphasizedwhen considering its building roles for sustainable development, in termsofemploymentpotentials,exportandfinancialimpactsontheeconomy.Themainobjective ...
  • Exchange Rate Variation and Non-Oil Export in Nigeria: The role of Government. 

    Imimole, B.; Isedu, M.O. (Ekpoma Journal of Social Science., 2015-09-06)
    This paper has examined the impact of exchange rate variation on non- oil export in Nigeria for the period 2010: MI to 2013:MI2, using the autoregressive distributed lag(ARDL) Bounds Testing Procedure, with a view ascertaining ...
  • The Effects of Monetary Policy Reforms, on Economic Growth of Nigeria. 

    Isedu M. O.; Imimole. B (Ekpoma Journal of Social Science., 2015-06-01)
    The objective of this study is to empirically examine the effects of monetary policy reforms on economic growth of Nigeria.The study uses Quarterly data from 1970 Q1 to 2012 Q4, being a sample period of forty two years.The ...
  • Effects of Monetary Policy on Commercial Banks Performance in Nigeria. 

    Isedu M. O. (Department of Banking and Finance Faculty of Management Sciences Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma., 2017-11-01)
    The main objective of this study is to empirically examine the effects of monetary policy on commercial banks performance in Nigeria from 1986-2014. Commercial banks loans and advances was used as a proxy for commercial ...
  • DOES MONETARY POLICY HAVE IMPACT ON THE OUTPUT OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISE IN NIGERIA? 

    Isedu M. O. (International Journal of Operational Research in Management , Social Sciences & Education, 2017-09-01)
    The main objective of this study is to empirically examine the effects of monetary policy on the output of small and medium scale enterprise in Nigeria. The study uses annual data from 1970 to 2012, being a sample period ...
  • DEMOCRATIC IMPLICATIONS OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE ON EDUCATION AND HEALTH IN NIGERIA 

    Asemota, A. E; Isedu, M.O.; Isirame, I.E. (Department of Banking and Finance Faculty of Management Sciences Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma., 2018-05-01)
    This study analyzes federal government expenditure on education and health on the Nigerian economy from 1980 – 2012. The specific objectives were to determine the impact of government spending on education and economic ...
  • Bank Credit to the Manufacturing Sector: A Strategy for Economics Growth for Africa. ( The Case of Nigeria) 

    Isedu Mustafa (Department of Banking and Finance Faculty of Management Sciences Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma., 2018-04-06)
    Manufacturing sector plays an important role in the development of modern economy all over the world, whether advance or developing country. In the light of this, this study investigated the impact of bank credit on output ...
  • BANK RECAPITALIZATION AND THE GROWTH OF NIGERIAN ECONOMY 

    OKOSODO, L.A.; ISEDU, M. (Department of Banking and Dinance, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Nigeria., 2018-07-01)
    Banking sector reforms have been an ongoing issue around the world specifically from 1980s, but it is more intensified in recent times because of the impact of globalization which is precipitated by continuous integration ...
  • TESTING THE WEAK FORM OF EFFICIENT MARKET HYPOTHESIS IN NIGERIA 

    Imafidon, Anthony; Osayande, Monday (Research Journal of Management Sciences Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma, 2013-01-01)
    The main objective of the study were to establish whether the weak-form of efficient market hypothesis exist in Nigeria Stock Exchange; and investigate whether the finding of this study conform to random walk. The data for ...
  • Effect of Economic Recession on Business Growth in Nigeria and the Way-Out 

    Imafidon, Adesuwa; Imafidon, Anthony (Ambrose Alli University, 2018-01-01)
    The Global Financial Crisis that originated from the United States of America in February 2007 resulted insignificant asset depreciation, closures of companies, rising unemployment and a sharp slowing down of economic ...
  • Regulation and the Performance of Banks in Nigeria 

    Imafidon, Anthony; Osayande, Monday (Research Journal of Management Sciences Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma, 2013-01-01)
    The study examined the impact of regulation on the performance of banks in Nigeria. The specific objectives of the study were to determine if regulation has a significant effect on the viability of banks in Nigeria: to ...
  • BANK RECAPITALIZATION AND THE GROWTH OF NIGERIAN ECONOMY 

    OKOSODO, L. A.; ISEDU, M. (The Nigeria Journal of Economic and Management Studies, 2016-01-01)
    Banking sector reforms have been an ongoing issue around the world specifically from 1980s, but it is more intensified in recent times because of the impact of globalization which is precipitated by continuous integration ...
  • THE IMPACT OF LEADERSHIP STYLES ON EMPLOYEES JOB PERFORMANCE IN THE FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, AUCHI 

    SALIHU, IBRAHIM AJAYI (DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES, AAU, 2016-09-01)
    This research thesis focuses on the leadership styles and employees job performance in the Federal Polytechnic, Auchi. Methodologically the study deployed both the primary and secondary data. The investigation of the study ...
  • THE IMPACT OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

    SHITTU, HAMZAH (DEPT. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, AAU, 2016-11-01)
    This research work examines and analyses the nature of small and medium scale enterprises as a bases for economic development of Nigeria using Benin City as a case study. The first part of the research work is theoretical ...
  • THE EFFECT OF REWARD SYSTEMS ON CORPORATE PER-FORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF ZENITH BANK) 

    AMAHIAN, JOSEPH (DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES, AAU, 2017-07-01)
    The inability of the management of Zenith Bank Nigeria Plc, Ekpoma, Edo State to effectively reward their employees necessitated the determination of the effect of reward system on the performance of the organization. ...
  • STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY A CASE STUDY OF ASABA TEXTILE MILL PLC ASABA DELTA STATE 

    JIMOH, MUSA (DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AAU, 2016-12-01)
    This research work is to examine the strategies for improving labour productivity, which is sure outlet of our today economic predicament. The work will be centered on manufacturing, using Asaba Textile mill plc as a case ...
  • NEW PRODUCT PLANNING AND POSITIONING STRATEGIES IN NIGERIAN BREWERY INDUSTRY: A CASE STUDY OF GUINESS NIGERIA PLC 

    OGUNNAIKE, BABATUNDE AYODELE (DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINSTRATION, FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AAU, 2016-10-01)
    This research work touches on new product planning and development strategies in a brewery industry, with a particular reference to Extra smooth, a product of Guiness Nigeria Plc, Benin. The problem of increase in new ...

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