2018
DOI: 10.4172/2375-4389.1000318
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Effects of the Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Nigeria: Error Correction Mechanism

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“…Good corporate governance in banks reduces the possibility that information asymmetry will be misused in the betterment of the strategic managers as well as it pressurize top managers to disclose relevant risk-related information (Abdallah, 2015;Ebire, Onmonya & Inim 2018). Thus, good corporate governance ensures better disclosures of risk related information to the firm"s shareholders (Chen and Jaggi, 2000;Eng and Mak, 2003;Gul and Leung, 2004;Healy and Palepu, 2001).…”
Section: Association Between Corporate Governance and Risk Disclosuresmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Good corporate governance in banks reduces the possibility that information asymmetry will be misused in the betterment of the strategic managers as well as it pressurize top managers to disclose relevant risk-related information (Abdallah, 2015;Ebire, Onmonya & Inim 2018). Thus, good corporate governance ensures better disclosures of risk related information to the firm"s shareholders (Chen and Jaggi, 2000;Eng and Mak, 2003;Gul and Leung, 2004;Healy and Palepu, 2001).…”
Section: Association Between Corporate Governance and Risk Disclosuresmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this examination, the information analysis is finished by utilizing two statistical software which is the SmartPLS Version 3.2.8 (Ringle et al, 2015;Ebire et al, 2018) and Statistical Package for Social Sciences (Version-23). Final data taken for the current examination is 310 subsequent to excluding univariate and multivariate anomalies.…”
Section: Data Analysis and Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Defense spending, also known as a country's defense budget, is the amount of money spent each year on arming the military. The a priori assumption is that it has an inverse effect on foreign direct investment because increased military spending, especially in crisis-prone areas, discourages foreign investment inflows into the country due to the fear of instability (Ebire et al, 2018).…”
Section: Conceptual Framework 211 Defence Expenditurementioning
confidence: 99%