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Financial system regulation, deregulation and savings mobilization in Nigeria


  • Adedoyin Soyibo Adedoyin Soyibo
  • Femi Adekanye


Banks are perhaps the most heavily regulated of all businesses, being providers of the finance which is often viewed as the lubricant of the economy (Cameron et al., 1967). As financial intermediaries, banks channel funds from surplus economic units to deficit unitis to facilitate trade and capital formation.

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  • Adedoyin Soyibo Adedoyin Soyibo & Femi Adekanye, 1992. "Financial system regulation, deregulation and savings mobilization in Nigeria," Research Papers RP_11, African Economic Research Consortium.
  • Handle: RePEc:aer:rpaper:rp_11

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