» Annotation: There are a few who invent great ideas that renew the past and move the future. Imitation takes place in all area of life, from educational sphere to Business, IT Technology Companies, Car Manufacturing companies, Building and construction companies, furniture’s and decorating firms, Engineering, law, medicine, government institutions, press publishing companies, TV, etc. The road to...Continue Reading »
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» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The use of economic policy as tool for economic stabilization by governments of different economies of the world cannot be overemphasized. Some of these policy measures may have economic wide effect (e.g. the budget and inflation) while others may have specific effects such as the consumption tax on consumer good (Killick, 1981 and Black, Calitz...Continue Reading »
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3. THE ROLE OF NATIONAL BOARD FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION (NBTE) IN PROMOTING COOPERATIVE EDUCATION (A CASE STUDY OF THE THREE FEDERAL COOPERATIVE COLLEGES I...
» ABSTRACTThis study automatically reveals the essence of education to cooperative society because education brings development and knowledge. Education brings about globalization. The Role of National Board for Technical Education which will help the cooperative societies to enhance in growth and development in the society. Questionnaires were administered to the three cooperative schools which wer...Continue Reading »
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4. THE ROLE OF COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN REDUCING UNEMPLOYMENT (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN ABA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)
» INTRODUCTIONThis chapter is to introduce the following points, background of the study, statement of the problem, objectives of the study, research questions, hypothesis, and significance of the study and definition of terms.BACKGROUND OF THE STUDYCooperative is a basis for overall transformation of citizenry social and economic problems.According to Berko, (1987:297), cooperative is a voluntary a...Continue Reading »
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5. FEASIBILITY STUDIES AS A TOOL FOR SUCCESSFUL COOPERATIVE BUSINESS ENTERPRISES (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN ENUGU NORTH AND SOUTH...
» ABSTRACTThe aim of this study is to make sure that new individuals going into cooperative formation appreciate the importance of feasibility studies to make a successful cooperative business enterprise. Cooperative business enterprise can only be achieved and sustained when a feasibility study is well prepared and define the kind of business that is about to commence. The product, the resources an...Continue Reading »
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6. THE ROLE OF MARKETING COOPERATIVES IN PROMOTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF GOODS (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED MARKETING COOPERATIVES IN ENUGU NORTH LGA)
» ABSTRACTThe topic of this research work is to analyse the role of marketing cooperatives in promotion and distribution of goods in Enugu state with a special reference to Enugu North LGA in Enugu state. This report provides a comprehensive summary of basic information on the cooperative way of organizing and operating a business and distribution of goods. It covers the nature and extent of the use...Continue Reading »
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7. CREDIT MOBILIZATION CHALLENGES OF CREDIT COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN ENUGU STATE, ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED CREDIT...
» ABSTRACTThis study focuses on credit mobilization challenges of credit cooperative societies in Enugu state and its implications for rural development (a case study of selected credit cooperative societies in Enugu North Local Government Area of Enugu State). One hundred and fourteen (114) members of the cooperative societies purposely drawn were sampled for the study. Data were collected mainly t...Continue Reading »
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» INTRODUCTIONFrom the book cooperative identity (1998) “the modern cooperative movement began England during the fist part of the nineteenth century. There were many years of experimentation, and many failed attempts, before a successful cooperative was established. The turning point came in 1944 when the first successful cooperative, called the Rochdale, an industrial town close to Manchester. T...Continue Reading »
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9. A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPORTANCE OF STUDYING CO-OPERATIVE LAWS (A CASE STUDY OF COOPERATIVE ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT, INSTITUTE OF M...
» ABSTRACTThis research work is focused on the study of critically the origin, reasons, importance and the problems affecting the co operative laws. It specifically dealt with different sections of the co operative laws and their importance and prospects with co operative economics department. In order to carryout this research work five research questions were formulated. The research reviewed rela...Continue Reading »
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10. COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR POVERTY ALLEVIATION AND ECONOMICS DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF ORLU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, IMO S...
» TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover Page i Title Page ii Approval page / Certification page iii Dedication iv Acknowledgement v Table of Contents vi CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction 1 1.1 General Overview of the Study 1 1.2 Statement of the Problem 5 1.3 Objective of the Study 6 1.4 Scope of the Study 10 1.5 Research Questions 11 1.6 Significance of the Study 12 1.7 Limitations of the Study 13 1.8 Definition of T...Continue Reading »
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» ABSTRACT Our risk exposures are influenced by our economy, lifestyles, psychical well being, occupation, environment etc., there variables are dynamic therefore risk managers and analyst must be dynamic in their choice of tools to manage risk exposures. In their choice of tools to manage risk exposures, in this project all the knowledge that might be useful to risk managers, however have been pres...Continue Reading »
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12. ENHANCING THE PERFORMANCE OF CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES THROUGH THE APPLICATION OF CO-OPERATIVE PRINCIPE AND LEGISLATIONS
» ABSTRACT The researcher topic captioned "enhancing the performance of co " operative societies through the application of co " operative principle and legislation (A case study of co " operative societies in orhonmwm local government area of Edo " state) was studied by the researcher. In pursuance of this project, the researcher divided the study into five chapters. Cheaper one deals with the intr...Continue Reading »
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13. THE IMPORTANCE OF STUDING ECONOMICS OF CO-OPERATIVE BUSINESS ENTERPRISES AS A QUALIFYING SUBJECT FOR THE AWARD OF OND IN CO-OPERATIVE ECONOMIC AND MAN...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION The attitude of people students and the society in general especially the ignorant ones towards co operative society today is not encouraging and this has prompted the researcher to carry out study on the importance of studying the course by students so that they may contribute to the knowledge of co operative after their stay on school and to make known to the outside...Continue Reading »
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» ABSTRACT Modern form of Co operative leave their origin in the tension and opportunities created by industrialization and urbanization in the nineteenth Century in Europe. Much of the early interested in co operative structure seemed from deep regards to the social consequence of industrial capitalism, critics of the new order not simply a framework for business organisation but also as a vehicle ...Continue Reading »
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» ABSTRACT This project is written to be useful to all who are interested in Co operative Organizations, Management, students and the general public. This is to reveal the process of effective Management of Credit in Co operative society in Enugu South. In this project, one finds out the means of which this co operative organizations generate fund, for example, through loan contract. More so, proper...Continue Reading »
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» ABSTRACT Co operative Education and training program help to improve the co operative lecture/job performance and answer higher job satisfaction among workers of the co operative. Education and training are at the heart of co operatives for utilization, productivity and commitment for work motivation and growth. Despite this, many co operatives have failed in their respective institution or organi...Continue Reading »
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» ABSTRACT This project research on an Appraisal of the Activities and management methods of Anamco workers multi purpose co operative society should be aimed to examine the examine the management and activities of Anamco worker multi purpose co operative society limited, which is located in Eneme, Enugu state. I intended to look into the aims and objectives of the society; origin and membership; so...Continue Reading »
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» ABSTRACT This study is designed to show how cooperative societies can alleviate poverty in Arochukwu North Local Government Area, Abia State. The sample consist of 25 farmer cooperative society members, 25 marketing cooperative society members, 25 credit and thrift cooperative society members and 25 consumer cooperative society members. The main instrument used for collecting data was questionnair...Continue Reading »
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» ABSTRACT The aim of this project was to find out the role of Nkanu Women Co operative Society Development, Nkanu Local Government Area in Enugu State. The subjects used for the study consisted of four hundred and ninety nine (499) Women Co operatives from six 96) registered women co operatives in the same Local Government. Sample size was used in selecting these four hundred and ninety nine (499) ...Continue Reading »
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» ABSTRACT Without needing to be told, the topic liability of cooperative insurance in Nigeria portends the gross nature of its many facts. The topic is more or loss as open one as most people would however, the research thought it right to limit the study to the first Enugu international cooperative insurance for the sake of convenience. The project tries to delve into viability (and hence practica...Continue Reading »
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