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The Nigerian Economic Society (NES) was formed in 1957 by Nigerian scholars as a united platform for Nigerian Economists and allied Social Scientists to provide intellectual leadership in the process of understanding and managing economic, social and political change in Nigeria. The first constitution of the Society was adopted on January 4, 1958. The Nigerian Economic Society organized its first seminar on April 5, 1958 at London and began publishing its main organ, Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies (NJESS) in 1959.

Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies


The Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies (NJESS) is a general-interest economics and social studies journal. Established in 1957, The NJESS published its first volume in 1959. The NJESS is the nation's oldest and most respected international scholarly journal in the economics profession and is celebrating over 50 years of publishing...

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Membership of the Society is open to any graduate of economics or allied subjects (Nigerians and non-Nigerians), or anyone adjudged to be sufficiently knowledgeable in Economics or allied subjects by the National Executive Council is eligible for admission into the Society on application. The society has over 400 Associate members, 2,500 Full members, l, 510 Life members, 23 Corporate members, 40 Institutional members and 13 Life corporate members.

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Manuscripts should be submitted in triplicate, typed, double-spaced, and on one side of good paper. All footnotes and references should be listed at the bottom of each page, or consecutively in separate pages or at the end of the article.

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I. Background
In July 2012, three years to the target date of 2015 set for the realization of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the UN Secretary General set up a High Level Panel (HLP) o


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