Accountability, And The Effects Of Public Sector Accountability In Nigeria

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Register to read the introduction… Economic development is a government policy to increase economic, social welfare and ensuring a stable political environment. Economic growth on the other hand is the general increase in the country product and services output.
Economic development leads to improvement in many sectors of a nation. Some indicators economist use to measure the level of economic development in a country are declining poverty rates, increasing literacy rates, declining infant morbidity and increasing life expectancy. Prof. Michael Todaro however, suggests that the most accurate method of measuring economic development is the Human Capital Development Index which takes into account the literacy rates and life expectancy which in-turn has an outright impact on productivity and could lead to economic growth. Hence the following hypotheses:
H0: Public sector accountability has significant impact on the human capital development in
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