Management Methods in Multi-Purpose Co-Operative Societies

Management Methods in Multi-Purpose Co-Operative Societies

In presenting this review, I restricted the literature to the available material I could lay hand on during the period of my work.

Thus, the review of related literature was based on the following:

  1. Field of activities that the Anammco workers multipurpose co-operative is engaged in.
    1. The activities and objective for establishing the Anammco worker’s multipurpose cooperative society.
    2. The mode of operation and management of the Anammco worker’s multi-purpose.

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The Role of Government in Co-Operative Development

The Role of Government in Co-Operative Development

MEANING/DEFINITION OF CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY

The definition of Co-operative Society Varies from one author to another. It is not disciplinary concept among other disciplines/ field of study such as sociology, Economics, Accountancy, marketing, political science, and public Administration etc. It is hardly to found a universal definition of co-operative different author defined Co-operative Society recording to his perspectives. Stated as follows:- [Read more…]

The need for Cooperative Education in Nigeria

The need for Cooperative Education in Nigeria

MEANING AND CONCEPT OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATION/TRAINING – According to Nwokoye and Ahiazu, “For an employee in any organisation to carryout his duties and responsibilities effectively, he has to possess some necessary skills and knowledge needed for the job.Training according to Nwokoye (1989:6) and Ahiazu” is the organized procedure by which an individual systematically acquires knowledge, skills and attitudes required to perform a given task. Education is the aggregate of all processes by which a person develops abilities, attitudes and other forms of behaviour of a positive value in the society in which he lives. [Read more…]

The Impact of Government Expenditure on Standard of Living in Nigeria

The Impact of Government Expenditure on Standard of Living of the People of Nigeria

The Nature and Constituents of Government Expenditure

Government expenditures refer to the expenses that government incurs for its own   maintenance, for the society and the economy as a whole (Weil, 2009). Government spending reflects the policy choices of government. Once government has decided upon the type and quantity of goods and services to provide, government spending represents the cost of carrying out these policies (Weil, 2009).

The rationale behind the need for expenditure is associated with the existence of externality or market failures, there is no reason to assume that additional public sector investments would be more productive than the private sector investments (Tanzi, 1997). [Read more…]

Money Market and the Economic Growth of Nigeria

Money Market and the Economic Growth of Nigeria

The money market is a market for short term funds and as the name suggest, it is a market in which money is bought and sold, the market is used by business enterprise to raise fund for the purchase of inventories, by banks to finance temporary reserve loss, by companies to finance consumer credit and by government to bridge gap between its recipient and expenditure. [Read more…]