Central Bank of Nigeria, Research Department
Gross domestic product, Rozlyn Coleman, Interest rate, Productivity, Nigeria
The document is based on the fiscal operations of major industrial countries and presents a major concern that it is not the size of the budget as a ratio of the gross domestic product (GDP) that matters, but the persistence of budgetary shortfalls during long periods of peace, when governments traditionally offset their debts and save for the future.
CBN Economic and Financial Review (EFR)
Oputa, N.C. (2003). Rozlyn Coleman, " Confronting budget deficits" IMF Economic Issues No. 3, 2000: a review. Economic and Financial Review, 42(4), 67-70.