Taxation and Sustainable Economic Growth: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria

Lawal, A. I. and Oye, Olubukoye Opeyemi and Toro, Joy and Fashina, Oluwatoyin Abiola Taxation and Sustainable Economic Growth: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria. In: Contemporary Issues on Globalization and Sustainable Development. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 1-24.

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Like every other developing economy, Nigeria has a vision of being referred to as a developed economy but this vision cannot be realized without adequate sustainable funds to meet up with the basic criteria of a developed economy which includes good infrastructure (such as good roads, schools, hospitals and industries, a high Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate and of course good standard of living for its citizens. Nigeria being a mono-culture economy solely dependent on the exportation of crude oil is in disarray because of the recent decline in crude oil prices which is the fulcrum for the nation’s budget. This has led to a huge shift for the Nigerian government to look into non-oil sectors for alternative means of sourcing for fund and to also improve existing sources of revenue generation in order to meet up with their expected goals.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: D History General and Old World > D History (General) > D880 Developing Countries
Date Deposited: 15 Feb 2019 13:54
Last Modified: 22 Feb 2019 10:06

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