JOFBI VOL 3 NO 1, 2009

Capital Market Development and Economic Growth in Nigeria: Application of Co-Integration and Causality Tests by Ogbulu, O. M. 1-19
Infrastructure Deficit Hypothesis and Nigeria’s Macroeconomy: A Synthesis by Hamilton O. Isu. 20-26
Policies on Improving Industrial Development and Competitiveness in Nigeria: An Appraisal by B. Chima Onuoha. 27-39
An Empirical Investigation of The Relationship Between Fiscal Deficits and External Sector Balances by Vincent, N, Ezeabasili & Hamilton O. Isu. 40-55
Corporate Reporting Standards and Practices for Nigerian Banks by Ihedinihu, J, Uzoma. 56-73
Exchange Rate Dynamics and Current Account Balance in Nigeria by Hycenth, 0. R. Ogwuru, & Dennis, B. Ewubare. 74-85
Determinants of Commercial Banks’ Credit to the Domestic Economy in Nigeria: A Re-Examination of the Evidence Using Cointegration (1970 -2008) by A. E. Cookey. 86-102
Public Expenditure and Inflation Dynamics Hypothesis in Nigeria: An Empirical examination of Long -Run Relationships by Hycenth, O. R. Ogwuru. 103-119
Trade Openness and Its Impact on Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to Nigeria by Isu, H. O., Ogbulu, O, M. & Paul Ndubuisi. 120-130
A Prediction Model For Nigeria’s External Debt: A Revisit. by Ikechukwu, S. Nnamdi & Godfrey, O. Omojefe. 131-139
Assessing the Alternative Models of Valuing A Company’s Information System: Insights From Nigerian Capital Markets by Ama, G. A. Ndukwe. 140-151
Microfinance and Rural Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria: The Coca-Cola and Haier Model by Alex, E. Osuala & Hamilton.O. Isu. 152-161
Exchange Rate Fluctuations and Government Influence on the Economy:A Causality Survey (1970 – 2006) by E. J. Okereke.; Nzotta, S. M. & Anyanwu, G.I. 162-172
Use of Value-for-Money Adult As a Control Measure for Government Expenditure on Projects and Programmes in Nigeria by Ihedinihu, J. Uzoma. 173-189