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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine whether or not government health care spending reduces the poor-rich differences in health status. Specifically, it aims to assess the health status of the poor vis-à-vis government health spending in Nigeria. Design/methodology/approach –...
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Recently the depth and severity of extreme poverty in Nigeria has been alarming. And over the years, the government undertook some poverty reduction policies with the aim of reducing, if not totally eradicating, poverty. These policies were expected to at least raise the standard of living of...
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Over the years, while being confronted with increasing demand for more and better health care, the Nigerian government began to implement reform measures so as to complement spending as well as cope with the ever-increasing requirement for health spending. But, whether or not these increased...
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The study found that completed years of schooling and experience were to large extent important variables that influenced earnings both in terms of parameters’ significance, direction and magnitude. Wage returns to additional years of schooling completed increased as the level of education...
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