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2019, vol. 16, br. 2, str. 95-108
Uvećana potrošnja vlade u Nigeriji - postoji li povezanost sa napretkom?
Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), Nigeria

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Ovaj rad nastoji da utvrdi da li su i kakav uticaj troškovi vlade u Nigeriji imali na rast privrede u toj zemlji, primarno se usmeravajući na kapitalne i stalne trškove vlade, koji su uticali na stvarni bruto domaći proizvod (BDP). Sekundarni podaci u vidu vremenskih serija - iz perioda 1981 - 2016, preuzeti iz Statističkog biltena CBS (Centralnog biroa za statistiku), upotrebljeni su za ove namene. Nakon što je utvrđeno da su navedene serije, u dužem intervalu, bile u kointegraciji sa pripadajućom tehnikom Johansena, u istraživanju je upotrebljena ispravka grešaka (error correction), kao i Grejndžerov test uzročnosti (Granger causality test), kako bi se postigli postavljeni ciljevi. Rezultati ukazuju na to da stalni troškovi imaju značajan pozitivan uticaj na stvarni BDP, dok je uticaj kapitalnih troškova na BDP negativan. Grejndžerov test uzročnosti otkrio je da, kako stalni, tako i kapitalni troškovi utiču na stvarni BDP. Otuda, ovaj rad se zalaže za sistem temeljnijeg praćenja i procene načina na koji se koriste sredstva vlade, posebno ona namenjena kapitalnim projektima, kako bi uticaj na samu privredu bio pozitivan.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/EJAE16-20251
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 27.10.2019.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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