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Employment generation is a critical issue in many developing countries.
Several factors affecting employment in these countries have been identified in economic literature, one of which is trade flows specifically imports.
However, the role of exports in employment generation particularly within sectors of an economy is less observed.
This book solves this gap by investigating empirically the role of exports in sectoral employment within the developing country context using Nigeria as a case study.
It employs time series econometric techniques in its analysis and provides plausible results that are needful for policy makers and economists globally.
This book is scholarly, interesting and original and it is a useful material for economics' students and researchers worldwide.
Promise Ayeni is a prospective masters holder in economics from the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.
He has a solid background in economic theory and econometrics.
He is a teacher, a writer, a researcher and a passionate lecturer to be.
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