THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN CAPITAL IN ENTERPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
(A CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE)
The purpose of this study is to determine the impact of foreign capital in entrepreneurship development in Nigeria. To do this, data were collected through questionnaires and literature review.
The data were presented in table as frequency distribution and analysed with frequencies and percentage.
Having analysed the data, the following are the major findings
vMultilateral organization, foreign government and private investors provide foreign capital for entrepreneurship development in Nigeria.
vForeign capital increase loanable funds for Nigeria entrepreneurs, provides funds for importation of foreign machinery and equipment as well as for entrepreneurship training in management.
vNigeria entrepreneurship can also arise foreign capital from international capital markets while multinational companies indirectly finance entrepreneurship development in Nigeria.
LIST OF TABLES
4.1 Administration of Questionnaires.
4.2 Sex Distribution of Respondents
4.3 Age Distribution of Respondents
4.4 Marital Distribution of Respondents
4.5 Educational Distribution of Respondents
4.6 Organizational Distribution of Respondents
4.7 Responses to provision of funds for entrepreneurial development
4.8 Types of Entrepreneurial venture funded
4.9 Nature of Entrepreneurial activities
4.10 Source of Loanable funds
4.11 Responses to access to foreign capital
4.12 Source of foreign capital
4.13 Reponses to contribution of foreign capital to entrepreneurship development.
4.14 The role of foreign capital in Entrepreneurship development in Nigeria
4.15 Responses to foreign private investment and promotion of entrepreneurship development
4.16 Reponses to Nigeria entrepreneurs and fund raising from international capital market
4.17 Multinational companies and provision of foreign capital for entrepreneurship development.
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Table of contents
CHAPTER ONE-- INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Statement of problem
1.3 Purpose of the study
1.4 Scope of the study
1.5 Research questions
1.6 Research hypothesis
1.7 Significance of the study
1.8 Limitation of the study
1.9 Definition of terms
2.1 Review of related literature
2.2 Nature of entrepreneurship development in
2.3 Institutional arrangement for enhancing entrepreneurship development in Nigeria
2.4 Challenges of entrepreneurship development
2.5 International organisation and entrepreneurship development
2.6 The role foreign capital in entrepreneurship development in Nigeria.
3.1 Research design
3.2 area of the study
3.3 population of the study
3.4 sample and sampling procedures and techniques
3.5 instrument of data collection
3.6 validation of the instrument
3.7 reliability of the instrument
3.8 method of data collection
3.9 method of data analysis
CHAPTER FOUR----DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS
4.1 Presentation and analysis of data
4.2 Testing of hypothesis
4.3 Summary of results
5.1 Discussion Of Result And Finding
5.5 Suggestion for further research
In this chapter the research introduced the topic role of foreign capital in Entrepreneurship development in Nigeria (A case study of Imo state. The chapter is broken down into sub – headings. Background of the study, statement of problem, purpose of the study, scope of the study, research questions, research hypothesis, significant of the study. Definition of terms and references.
The sub – heading are discussed below.
1.1 BACK GROUND OF THE STUDY
The current emphasis on entrepreneurship development is informed by the protracted economic downtown which has not only retarded economic growth but aggravated unemployment situation in the country (Ugbaja,2001:22) Hitherto, everyone looked into the government as the provider of employment opportunities. Many Nigeria did not think of self determination as an alternative to government employment. But the worsening unemployment situation currently playing the country has changed this thinking, short of alternatives, many graduates and school leavers as well as other Nigeria are now moving in quest of self determination by launching themselves into various business venture (Eze, 1997:34).