Modelling the Effect of Stock Market Volatility and Exchange Rate Volatility on Foreign Direct Investment in Nigeria: A New Framework Approach
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KeywordsStock market volatility; Exchange rate volatility; Nigeria exchange rate; Foreign direct investment; Nigeria foreign direct investment Economic growth; Krugman fireman hypothesis Keynesian aggregate demand theory; Theories of investment; Simple accelerato;
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