This book elucidates the dynamic relationship between human capital formation and long-run economic growth in the populated Nigerian economy. With specifics like the trends of working-age population, human capital formation, and economic growth in Nigerian. Also detailed in this write up is the drivers of human capital formation and the dynamic causality among human capital formation, labor force, and economic growth in Nigeria. The book further contained the dynamic relationships among population growth (POPG), Government Expenditure on Education and Health (GEHC), Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Enrolment (ENROL), and Labour-Force (LF) in Nigeria, and examined the scenario analysis of increased human capital formation and labour-force to forecast the possibility of reaping the demographic dividend in Nigeria. Hence, this book is for both academic and governance oriented as research models and findings are germane to shape future research and guide policymaking in all spheres. A conclusion from this book is that you will have a rich idea about the implication of a population in an economy.
Moses C. Ekperiware
Dr. Moses Ekperiware had his BSc. MSc. and Ph.D. in Economics development and have experience in teaching and research in public policy, population, technology management, and economic development with consultancy expertise from public and private institutions.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
population, Human capital formation, Demographic dividend, Forecasting, economic development, Sustainable development
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General