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This study empirically examined the link among openness, government size and economic growth in Nigeria. For our empirical analysis, we utilized the autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) approach to cointegration. Our analysis reports that in the long run, both financial openness and trade openness had a negative but insignificant impact on economic growth while on the other hand, physical capital and government size had significant positive and negative impacts on economic growth,doi:10.20547/jfer1803105 fatcat:jlu76piwgzf37gc4hyepzml6wa