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This study employs four-dimensional and one composite indices of democratization constructed to capture the democratization processes in Nigeria's transition polity, to investigate the empirical relationships between the levels of democratization in Nigeria and two economic growth variables – domestic savings and domestic investment. As would be expected, the findings do not settle the debate in any direction. However, they could shed some light on the differences between the dimensional anddoi:10.4102/sajems.v9i4.1048 fatcat:ghel7bhb45bz7pidtge3zkgpuu