GPH - International Journal of Applied Management Science <p>The scopes of the GPH Int. journal of applied management science includes, but are not limited to, the following fields:- Accounting, Advertising Management, Business &amp; Economics, Business Ethics, Business Intelligence, Business Information Systems, Business Law, Business Performance Management, Business Statistics, Change Management, Communications Management, Comparative Economic Systems, Consumer Behavior, Corporate Finance and Governance, Corporate Governance, Cost Management, Decision Sciences, Development Planning and Policy, Economic Development, Economic Methodology, Economic Policy, Economic System etc.</p> en-US <p>Author(s) and co-author(s)&nbsp;jointly&nbsp;and severally represent and warrant that the Article is original with the author(s) and does not infringe any&nbsp;copyright or violate any other right of any third parties, and that the Article has not been published&nbsp;elsewhere.&nbsp;Author(s) agree to the terms that the <strong>GPH Journal</strong> will have the full right to remove the published article on any misconduct found in the published article.</p> (MOHD MUSTAQUE (FranK)) (Fran) Mon, 30 Nov 2020 06:58:24 +0000 OJS 60 The Effect of Government Expenditure on Agricultural Output in Nigeria (1981-2018) <p><em>The research analyzed the effect of government spending on agricultural output in Nigeria (1981-2018) empirically. Time series data on agricultural output, recurring government spending on agriculture, agricultural government capital expenditure, and gross domestic product were collected over a period of 37 years from the statistical bulletin of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). Descriptive and econometric analysis methods such as the Augmented Dickey-Fuller test, the Johanson co-integration test and the Ordinary Least Square (OLS) were applied in this research. The result revealed that capital and recurring expenditure on agriculture by the federal government were found to be positively linked to agricultural output. This study recommends that Nigeria's federal government should preserve quality and stability in its agricultural expenditure in order to achieve the significant productivity required.</em></p> ABRAHAM VINCENT ATAYI, JirboVerr Boniface, Awopetu Olayinka Bobola, Adekunle Sherif Olorunrinu ##submission.copyrightStatement## Mon, 30 Nov 2020 06:52:52 +0000