BINGHAM UNIVERSITY DIGITAL REPOSITORY POLICY

Bingham University Archives and Documentation Centre of the Library shall be the Institutional Repository for the collection, organization, access, annotation and preservation of research outputs of members of the University in digital formats.

JUSTIFICATION

  1. Research outputs of members of the University will be housed in BHUDR where they could easily be located by other researchers.
  2. Researchers will be able to locate other research works and be able to build up on such works rather than wasting time to reinvent the wheel.
  3. Existence of the Centre will increase the exposure of the research activities of the University, which will:
    • Enhance the reputation of the University;
    • Make the research works more widely accessible;
    • Lead to increased citation of research works from the University; and
    • Boost the impact of the research works on scientific advancement and global developments.

MATERIALS FOR ARCHIVING

A collection is a grouping of items that are similar in one or more respects. For example, articles and conferences emanating from a department may represent a collection. An item is the basic archival element of the University Research Archive and each item belongs to one collection. The materials for inclusion in the Institutional Repository of the University include:

  1. Research articles.
  2. Books.
  3. Book Chapters.
  4. Conference Papers.
  5. Master Thesis.
  6. Ph. D. Theses.
  7. Inaugural Lectures.
  8. Seminars & Workshops.

  

CONDITIONS FOR ACCEPTING PUBLICATION FOR UPLOADING

Any of the aforementioned documents will be accepted on the following conditions:

  • The work done is scholarly in nature.
  • The work is a production of an academic staff of the University or is sponsored by a department, faculty or unit of the University.
  • The work is completed and ready for distribution.
  • It is a previously published item that is supported by clearance from the copyright owner.

Bingham University Archive shall be an open access repository. Any individual that can access the internet shall be able to access, view and download contents of the archive, except when an item is restricted to authorized users only.

To deposit any item into the archive, a member staff must register with the University Digital Repository by providing an official e­mail address to the system administrator of the University Library.

Submissions will then be validated and approved by library staff or curator of archival specimens before being made available online. Each collection may have guidelines describing the type of materials that are acceptable such as, a Thesis collection is intended just for Thesis. The system will be in a position to accept only file formats and sizes specified.

When an individual deposit a work, he/she grants the Bingham University the non-exclusive right to:

  • Reproduce, convert, translate and / or distribute such submission (including the metadata and abstract) globally, in any format or medium for non-commercial, academic purposes only.
  • To keep more than one copy of submission for purpose of security, back-up and preservation.

 

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Book Chapters:

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Conference Papers:

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Theses:

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Inaugural Lectures:

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    Effects of Foreign Ownership and Ownership Concentration on Accounting Conservatism of Listed Industrial Firms in Nigeria
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    * Effect Effect of Public Debt on Interest Rate in Nigeria NATAGWANDU, Ibrahim Muhammad,

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    Effect of Independent Directors and Audit Committee on Audit Report of Listed Oil and Gas
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    Effect Impact of Profitability on Earnings Quality of quoted Deposit Money Banks (DMBs) in
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    EEffect Sectorial Impact of Foreign Direct Investment Inflow on Economic Growth in Nigeria
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    Impact of Interest Rate on the Financial Performance of Listed Manufacturing Companies in
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    Impact Effect of Board Meeting Frequency on Earnings Management of Listed Foods and Beverages
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    * Impact of Credit Management of the Financial Performance of Quoted Manufacturing Firms
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    * Effect of Credit Management on Financial Performance of Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria
    JIMOH, Otaru muhammed ……..………………...…..……………………....……................................................................ (pg. 203 – 212)

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    * Effects of Tax Treaties on Foreign Direct Investment in Nigeria. MUSA, Amos Omale ..………..……..…....……... (pg. 245 – 249)

    * Impact of Stock Exchange Performance on the Economic Growth of Nigeria
    AWE, Richard Akin ………………………..……..………….........................................................…………...…....……..... (pg. 250 – 259)

    * Impact of Accounting Information System on the Performance of the Petroleum Industry in
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    * Impact of ICT Tools on Audit Process of Corporate Organizations in Nigeria
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    * Impact of Capital Market Development on the Nigerian Economic Growth
    WURANGTEP, Clement Clifford …………...………..…………………….............................................................……... (pg. 287 – 295)

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    * Impact of Treasury Single Account on Government Revenue and Economic Growth in
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    * Impact of Tax Policies on the Performance of Micro Small Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in
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    * Impact of Corporate Governance on the Financial Performance of Listed Manufacturing
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    * Effect of Merger and Acquisition on Performance of Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria
    OLUWADAMISI, B. Gloria ……………….…..………..…….……………....……........................................................... (pg. 352 – 359)

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    * Role of the Nigerian Army in Land Restoration Agenda: A Management Perspective
    BALAMI, Emmanuel Luke, PhD, BADAR, Salihu Mamman & DANGABAR, Lydia Ezekiel …............................ (pg. 372 – 380)

    * Effect of Firm Attributes on Stock Returns of Quoted Consumer Goods Companies in
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Effect of Board Size on Real Earnings Management of Financial Institutions in Nigeria.

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AImpact of Petroleum Profit Tax (PPT) on the Growth of the Agricultural Sector of Nigerian Economy.

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* Effect of Ownership Structure and Audit Quality on Quoted Oil and Gas Companies in Nigeria

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Effect of High-Performance Work Practices on Organizational Performance of National Productivity Centre Abuja.

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AEffect of Strategic Alignment on Performance of Selected Indigenous Construction Firms in FCT

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* Impact of Medium-Term Expenditure Framework on Budget Implementation in Nigeria

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* Effect of Foreign Aids on the Nigeria Economic Development

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* Impact of Oil and Gas Revenue on the Economic Growth of Nigeria

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 * EEffect of Financial Knowledge on Performance of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in North Central Nigeria

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* Effect of Foreign Direct Investment on Economic Growth in Nigeria

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EEffect of Petroleum Profit Tax on the Nigerian Economy

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* Nexus between Foreign Direct Investment inflows and Capital Market Development in Nigeria

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* Impact of Contemporary Marketing Strategies on Profitability of Deposit Money Bank (DMBs) in Nigeria

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* Forensic Accounting Skills: A Panacea for Preventing Revenue Leakages in Nigerian Polytechnics

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* Effect of Taxation on Revenue Generation in Nigeria: Evidence from Plateau State

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* Impact of Electronic Payment Systems on Nigerian Economic Development

AKANNI, Bola …………………...…………..………..……………………....……................................................................... (pg. 206 – 212)

* Effect of Foreign Direct Investment on Capital Market Development in Nigeria

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* Capital Market as a Tool for Mobilizing Capital Investment in Nigeria

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* Impact of Investor’s Risk Perception on Investment Decisions in Nigeria

LAWAL, Mary ………………………………..………..……………………....……................................................................... (pg. 231 – 237)

* Nexus between E-Revenue Generation on Local Government Development in Nasarawa State

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* Effect of Digital Economy on the Nigeria Financial Structure

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* Impact of Financial Accounting Policies on Business Performance in Nigeria

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* Effect of Corporate Disclosure on Earnings Management of Listed Conglomerates Firms Nigeria

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* Effect of Revenue Loss on Government Administration in Nigeria

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* Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Development of Capital Market

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* Nexus between the Central Bank of Nigeria’s Regulatory Framework and Global Economic Crisis

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* Effect of Value Added Tax on Revenue Generation in Nigeria

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* Challenges on the Implementation of International Public Sector Accounting Standards in Nigeria

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* Impact of Environmental Accounting on Corporate Organizational Reporting in Nigeria

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* Effect of Foreign Direct Investment on Interest Rate Regimes in Nigeria

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* Effect of Value for Money Audit on Fraud Prevention in the Nigerian Public Sector

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* Nexus between Oil Economy and Digital Economy: The Case Study of Nigeria
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* Impact of e-Payment Systems on the Management of Public Funds in Nigeria

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* Effect of Taxation on Developing Economies: The Case of Nigeria

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* Impact of Border Close on Revenue Generation in Nigeria

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An Empirical Investigation into the relationship between Capital Structure and Firm`s Market Value in Nigeria. 

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* Impact of Budget Implementation on the Growth of the Nigerian Economy. 

DADU, A. Gwong .................................................................................................................................................................. (pg. 19 - 22)

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JACOB, Mary .......................................................................................................................................................................... (pg. 39 - 48)

* Growth Strategies and Performance of Listed Insurance Firms in Nigeria 

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* Strike Actions and Its Effects on Industrial Relations in Nigeria 

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 * Effect of Retirement Problems in Nigeria Public Sector

IGWEBUIKE, Joyce ................................................................................................................................................................. (pg. 71 - 78)

* Impact of Entrepreneurship Education on Job Creation Ability of Bingham University Students

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* Effect of Organizational Culture on Post-Consolidation Performance of Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria

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* Effect of Tax Revenue Contribution to Economic Development in Nigeria

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* Voluntary Tax Compliance as an Alternative to Boosting Tax Revenue Generation in Nigeria

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* An Empirical Investigation into Economic Planning in Developing Economies: The Nigerian Experience

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* Effect of Enabling Environment on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Growth in Makurdi Metropolis

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* Effect of Budgeting and Planning Control Process on Multinational Organization in Nigeria

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* Restructuring the Stock Exchange for Nigeria’s Economic Development

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* Influencing Factors on Capital Market Development: The Nigeria Experience

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* Achieving Optimal Macro-Economic Management of Public Fund in Nigeria

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* Corporate Entrepreneurship and Performance of Some Selected Manufacturing Firms in Nigeria

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* Perspectives on South-South Cooperation: A Critical Analysis

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* Ricardian Hypothesis and Irrelevance of Financing Mode: Evidence from Nigeria

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* Financial Systems Regulation, Deregulation and Savings Mobilization in Nigeria

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*BMC International Health and Human Rights

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*BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth

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BMC Psychiatry

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BMC Women's Health

BMC Women's Health is part of the BMC series which publishes Subject-Specific Journals focused on the needs of individual research communities across all areas of Biology and Medicine. It is an Open Access, Peer-Reviewed Journal that considers articles on all aspects of the health and wellbeing of adolescent girls and women, with a particular focus on the physical, mental, and emotional health of women in developed and developing nations.


 

Clinical Epigenetics

Clinical Epigenetics, the official Journal of the Clinical Epigenetics Society, is an Open Access, Peer-Reviewed Journal that encompasses all aspects of Epigenetic principles and mechanisms in relation to human disease, diagnosis and therapy. Research in disease model organisms is particularly welcome.


 

Doctors' Medical Library

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Gaceta Sanitaria

To disseminate works related to all aspects of the public health and health administration, including Epidemiology, Prevention and Promotion of Health, Management and Evaluation of Policies and Services, Economics of Health, Ambiental and International Health.


 

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Global Health Action aims to fuel a more concrete, hands-on approach to global health challenges by publishing research that addresses a global agenda and includes a strong implementation or policy component.


 

Globalization and Health

The Journal focuses on advancing the Conceptual and Theoretical Tenets, Empirical Evidence Base, and Policy Applications Relevant to Globalization and Health. Related issues include the SARS virus and its control, the politics of the tobacco industry, the 'Westernization' of lifestyle behaviours and associated Health Implications, and Access to Essential Medicines.


 

* Haematologica

Haematologica is the Journal of the European Hematology Association, reporting important novel findings in basic, clinical & translational research in the broad field of Hematology.


 

* Harm Reduction Journal

Harm Reduction Journal is an Open Access, Peer-Reviewed, Online Journal whose focus is on the prevalent patterns of Psychoactive Drug Use, the public policies meant to control them, and the search for effective methods of reducing the adverse medical, public health, and social consequences associated with both drugs and drug policies.


 

* Head & Face Medicine

Head & Face Medicine is a Multidisciplinary Open Access Journal that publishes Basic and Clinical Research concerning all aspects of Cranial, Facial and Oral Conditions.


 

* JCDA (Journal of the Canadian Dental Association)

JCDA (Journal of the Canadian Dental Association) is Canada’s premier dental publication. This peer-reviewed journal is the flagship publication of the Canadian Dental Association. Through a complementary print and online publishing strategy, JCDA provides essential knowledge to Canadian dentists and their colleagues worldwide. JCDA.ca, the online version of the publication, is an open access publication that contains the more scholarly articles.   


 

* Nigeria Medical Journal

The Nigerian Medical Association is the largest medical association in the west African sub-region with over 35,000 members from 36 state branches and the branch from the Federal capital Territory. 70% of doctors practice in urban areas where only 30% of the population reside. The population of Nigeria is about 130 million. Policy decisions are made by the Association's National Executive Council (NEC) which is the governing body.  


* Nigerian Journal of Health Sciences

A publication of College of Health Sciences of Obafemi Awolowo University, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Biannual print on demand compilation of issues published. The journal’s full text is available online at http://www.chs-journal.com. The journal allows free access (Open Access) to its contents and permits authors to self-archive final accepted version of the articles on any OAI-compliant institutional / subject-based repository.


* South African Journal of Bioethics and Law


SAJBL is an online, bi-annual, peer reviewed journal that covers matters related to ethics, law, human rights and related matters for the health professions.   


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