Child Abuse and Locus of Control among Senior Secondary School Students in Cross River State, Nigeria
Ajake, U.E. PhD, Essien M. I. PhD, A.E. Omori

This study examines effect oil revenue on non-oil export in Nigeria for the period 1970 to 2011. Utilizing a Johansen co-integration approach, the study observes the existence of a long run co-integration among the variables while the long run cointegration estimate shows that oil revenue has a significant negative impact on nonoil export in Nigeria. The study concludes that oil revenue has not enhanced non-oil export in Nigeria. Thus, the study recommends the need for the current and successive governments to judiciously channel the oil revenue to the development of the non-oil sector of the economy (especially manufacturing and agricultural sectors) so as to promote the export potential of the non-oil sector.

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