Accounting Implications of Micro-Fiscal Measures and Quality of Real Gross National Goods and Services: Empirical Evidence From Nigeria

Akabom I. Asuquo, Arzizeh Tiesieh Tapang, Uwem E. Uwah, Nicholas O. Dan, Ashishie Peter Uklala


The study explored into accounting implications of micro-fiscal measures and quality of real gross national goods and services: empirical evidence from Nigeria for a period of thirty years. The objective was to examine how micro-fiscal measures affect real gross national goods and services using thirty years’ time-series data. The exploratory research methodology was applied and data collected were analysed using multiple regression and other statistical techniques. Findings of the study revealed that significant and direct effects were exerted on gross national goods and services by all the known and identified micro-fiscal measures in the review, except swap and levy ratios which had inverse relationship as revealed by their coefficients obtained from the analysis. Therefore, the government and government agencies have a duty to control macro-fiscal activities in terms of creation of national goods, wealth and services using the identified micro-fiscal mechanisms as the basis for decisions and policies making besides implementation.

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Research in World Economy
ISSN 1923-3981(Print)ISSN 1923-399X(Online)


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