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Matthew Oladapo Gidigbi

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First Name:Matthew
Middle Name:O.
Last Name:Gidigbi
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RePEc Short-ID:pgi358
Twitter: @gidigbimd

Affiliation

MODIBBO ADAMA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

http://mautech.edu.ng
NIGERIA, YOLA

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Articles

  1. Oladapo, Gidigbi Matthew, 2021. "Specialised Bank’s Credit Provision in Nigeria: Implication on Poverty Reduction," African Journal of Economic Review, African Journal of Economic Review, vol. 9(2), April.
  2. Bello, Kehinde Mary & Gidigbi, Matthew Oladapo, 2021. "The Effect of Trade on Economic Growth in Nigeria: Does Covid-19 Matters?," African Journal of Economic Review, African Journal of Economic Review, vol. 9(3), June.
  3. Matthew O., Gidigbi & Donga, Manu & Ibrahim Bakari , Hassan, 2020. "The pooled mean group approach on saving and investment link in Africa: Implication on capital mobility," BizEcons Quarterly, Strides Educational Foundation, vol. 14, pages 23-35.
  4. Matthew O Gidigbi & Manu Donga, 2020. "Impact of Savings on Economic Growth in Africa," The Economics and Finance Letters, Conscientia Beam, vol. 7(2), pages 136-147.
  5. Matthew O. Gidigbi & Kehinde M. Bello & Gbenga F. Babarinde, 2019. "Petroleum subsidy and its impact on tax revenue volatility," The Review of Finance and Banking, Academia de Studii Economice din Bucuresti, Romania / Facultatea de Finante, Asigurari, Banci si Burse de Valori / Catedra de Finante, vol. 11(1), pages 24-36, June.
  6. Gidigbi, Matthew, 2019. "Re-examining the link between financial structure and economic growth in Nigeria: An empirical investigation," BizEcons Quarterly, Strides Educational Foundation, vol. 5, pages 3-21.
  7. Matthew Oladapo Gidigbi & Benedict Akanegbu, 2017. "Does Financial Integration Exist in ECOWAS?," Journal of Social and Development Sciences, AMH International, vol. 8(2), pages 14-27.

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  1. Gidigbi, Matthew, 2019. "Re-examining the link between financial structure and economic growth in Nigeria: An empirical investigation," BizEcons Quarterly, Strides Educational Foundation, vol. 5, pages 3-21.

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    1. Yusuf, Ismaila Akanni & Mesagan, Ekundayo Peter & Amadi, Agatha Nkem, 2020. "Effect of financial deepening on stock market returns: The case of military and democratic post-SAP regimes in Nigeria," BizEcons Quarterly, Strides Educational Foundation, vol. 6, pages 3-21.

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