The Transmission of Savings to Investment in Nigeria
In two earlier studies, we established that, to some extent, liberalization of the financial system does matter in Nigeria and that operators of the banking system, as suppliers of credit, believe in the efficacy of the liberalization effort in stimulating deposit and promoting competition between banks, thus paving the way for better utilization of resources and encouragement of productive investment. There is, therefore, a need to study the mechanisms by which the investing public, the beneficiaries of this policy about which a lot of optimism has been expressed, actually transmit the credit received into productive investment.
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