An Evaluation Of Financial Problems And Prospects Of Privatization In The Nigeria Economy (a Case Study Of Nigeria Breweries Plc)

ProjectStoc - 86 pages 10767 words 635 views Project Diploma/Degree/Masters Level Banking And Finance ₦4000 Naira ($26.67 USD)

This is a Premium work, paid access only

Register/Login to Access Full Work

This work is designed to find out the financial problems and prospects of privatization in Nigeria, a case study of Nigeria Breweries Plc.
The work therefore covers the background, significance and objectives of the study in chapter one. Which chapter two views issues dating to literature and tried to highlights it’s concepts and inceptions of privatization in Nigeria. Chapter three shows the research design and methodology and pointed out the area of the study, the population, determination of sample size and locations where the data was found.
A random sampling was used for selecting research sample and questionnaires administration. Primary and secondary sources of data were used. The primary sources is form the questionnaire administration which the secondary sources are from text-books, educational journals and magazine. The data is presented in tables and percentages, and figures were also used in the analysis.
In testing hypothesis, the chi-square test was conducted at an appropriate significant level and degree of freedom. Also, standard deviation was as well used.
From the data analyzed in chapter four, the following findings were made: Lack of findings for share/purchase is a problem for successful privatization in Nigeria, therefore, no other financial problems can also noted as a good option for improvement and development in Nigeria.
Lastly, the research work contains findings recommendations and conditions for further research.

4.1    Administration of Questionnaire
4.2    Level of sample staff
4.3    Sex Distribution of respondents.
4.4    Educational Qualification of respondents.
4.5    Years of work experience of respondents.
4.6    Responses to find out if lack of funds is a  problem to the on-going privatization programme.
4.7    Responses to identity the major financial problem encountered in the on-going privatization                 programme.
4.8    Responses as to whether the problem of finding for share purchases can be solved by the privatization share purchase loan scheme (PSPLS) designed by the government.
4.9    Responses as to the extent privatization share  purchase loan scheme (PSPLS) can solve the  problems of finding for share purchase in the on-            going privatization programme.
4.10    Responses as to the extent to describing the response of Nigeria to privatization share purchase loan scheme (PSPLS).
4.11    Responses to determine if mismanagement of find constitute a problem in the on-going privatization programme.
4.12    Responses to determine if financing the privatization programme a problem to the government.
4.13    Responses to determine if share prices are so high.
4.14    Responses to determine if there exist other financial problems in the on-gong privatization programme.
4.15    Responses to know whether privatization of Nigeria Breweries Plc will be beneficial to the country.
4.16    Responses as to know whether privatization is one of the best options for development of the Nigeria economy.
4.17    Responses as to the prospects of the privatization programme to the economy.
4.18    Responses as to whether privatization will lead to efficiency and productivity in Nigeria Breweries Plc.
4.19    Chi – Square table hypotheses l
4.20    Chi – Square table hypotheses ll
4.21    Chi – Square table hypotheses lll

i.    Title Page
ii.    Approval Page
iii.    Dedication
iv.    Acknowledgement
v.    Abstract
vi.    List of tables
vii    List of figure
viii.    List of abbreviations.

1.1    Background of the study
1.2    Statement of the problems
1.3    Objective of the study
1.4    Research question
1.5    Research Hypothesis
1.6    Significance of the study
1.7    Scope and limitations of the study
1.8    Definition of terms
1.9    Organization/Plan for development of the study
2.1    The concept of privatization
2.2    The inception of privatization in Nigeria
2.3    Rational for privatization
2.4    Regulation framework of privatization in Nigeria.
2.5    Methods of privatization of public enterprises in Nigeria
2.6    The role of government in privatization
2.7    Advantages of privatization
2.8    Disadvantages of privatization
2.9    Problems of successful implementation of privatization     programs in Nigeria.
2.10    Conditions for effective privatization
2.11    Financial problems of privatization programmes in Nigeria.
2.12    Prospects of privatization.

3.1    Research design
3.2    Area of the study
3.3    Population
3.4    Determination of sample size
3.5    Sampling procedure/techniques
3.6    Types of data used.
3.7    Location of data
3.8    Instrument of data collection
3.9    Techniques of data presentation
3.10    Methods of data analysis

4.1    Questionnaire presentation and analysis of data collection.
4.2    Test of Hypothesis
4.3    Findings.

5.1    Findings
5.2    Recommendations
5.3    Conclusion
5.4    Suggestions for further research.
Disclaimer: Note this academic material is intended as a guide for your academic research work. Do not copy word for word. Note: For Computer or Programming related works, some works might not contain source codes
Register/Login to Access Full Work


(2014, 10). An Evaluation Of Financial Problems And Prospects Of Privatization In The Nigeria Economy (a Case Study Of Nigeria Breweries Plc).. Retrieved 10, 2014, from
"An Evaluation Of Financial Problems And Prospects Of Privatization In The Nigeria Economy (a Case Study Of Nigeria Breweries Plc)." 10 2014. 2014. 10 2014 <>.
"An Evaluation Of Financial Problems And Prospects Of Privatization In The Nigeria Economy (a Case Study Of Nigeria Breweries Plc)..", 10 2014. Web. 10 2014. <>.
"An Evaluation Of Financial Problems And Prospects Of Privatization In The Nigeria Economy (a Case Study Of Nigeria Breweries Plc).." 10, 2014. Accessed 10, 2014.

Connect with Us