Prof. Tukur Garba (B.Sc., M.Sc. & Ph.D. Economics)
Prof. Tukur Garba (B.Sc., M.Sc. & Ph.D. Economics)
Professor of Development Economics, Department of Economics, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto
Verified email at udusok.edu.ng
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Corporate governance mechanisms and firm financial performance in Nigeria
AU Sanda, AS Mikailu, T Garba
AERC Research Paper, 2005
585*2005
Corporate board diversity and financial performance of insurance companies in Nigeria: An application of panel data approach
G Tukur, AA Balkisu
Asian Economic and Financial Review, 2014
862014
Board independence and firm financial performance: Evidence from Nigeria
AU Sanda
AERC Research Paper, 2011
832011
Poor Medical Waste Management (MWM) practices and its risks to human health and the environment: a literature review
YY Babanyara, DB Ibrahim, T Garba, AG Bogoro, MY Abubakar
Int J Environ Ealth Sci Eng 11 (7), 1-8, 2013
722013
The relationship between domestic investment and economic growth in Nigeria
AB Alfa, T Garba
International Journal of Research in Social Sciences 2 (3), 256-279, 2012
202012
Public Expenditure and Economic Growth: An Application of Cointegration and Granger Causality Tests on Nigeria.
T Garba, SY Abdullahi
Journal of Economic & Social Research 15 (1), 2013
172013
Corporate governance mechanisms and firm financial performance in Nigeria: African Economic Research Consortium, Research Paper, 149
A Sanda, A Mikailu, T Garba
Kenya regal press, 2005
152005
Are African micro-and small enterprises misunderstood? Unpacking the relationship between work organisation, capability development and innovation
E Kraemer-Mbula, E Lorenz, L Takala-Greenish, OO Jegede, T Garba, ...
International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development …, 2019
132019
Board independence and financial performance: evidence from Nigeria
AU Sanda, T Garba, AS Mikailu
Centre for the Study of African Economics at St Catherine’s College …, 2008
112008
Rural household poverty school attendence and educational attainment
A Sanda, T Garba
Evidence from Sokoto state Nigeria-The African symposium. An on line journal …, 2007
112007
Board independence and firm financial performance: evidence from Nigeria (No. RP_213)
A Sanda, T Garba, AS Mikailu
African Economic Research Consortium. In proceeding of the Centre for the …, 2011
102011
Gender diversity and enterprise innovative capability: The mediating effect of women’s years of education in Nigeria
T Garba, E Kraemer-Mbula
International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 2018
82018
Corporate board gender diversity and performance: Evidence from Nigerian stock exchange
BA Abubakar, T Garba, AA Sokoto, MM Maishanu
An Unpublished PhD Thesis, Department of Economics, Usmanu Danfodiyo …, 2014
72014
Director shareholding, board size and firm performance of firms in Nigerian Stock Exchange
AU Sanda, AS Mikailu, T Garba
Nigerian Journal of Accounting Research 1 (1), 22-34, 2004
72004
Effects of trade union on economic growth and welfare of the members in Nigeria: a test for cointegration
T Garba, AS Abdullahi
International Journal of Administration and Development Studies 1 (1), 82-120, 2010
62010
Does Social Capital Determine Household Welfare? An Investigation into the Situation in Sokoto Metropolis
BA Mohammed, G Tukur, ZA Yahya
American Journal of Economics, 2018
52018
Mapping of Water Distribution Network using GIS Technology in Bauchi Metropolis, Nigeria
AM Pindiga, MJ Sani, T Garba
Journal of Environment and Earth Science 5 (13), 88-94, 2015
52015
Public Expenditure and Economic Growth: An Application of Cointegration and Granger Causality Tests on Nigeria
G Tukur, YA Sabiu
Journal of Economic and Social Research, 2013
52013
Impact of child labour on school attendance: evidence from Bida Local Government Area of Niger State, Nigeria.
AB Alfa, T Garba, AS Abdullahi, MA AbdulRahim
Spanish journal of rural development 3 (3), 2012
52012
Capital structure and firm value: A test of Modigliani and Miller irrelevance theorem on banking sector in Nigeria
T Garba
Nigerian Journal of Accounting Research 3, 51-59, 2005
52005
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