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MONETARY POLICY SHOCKS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA
Journal of Public Administration, Finance and Law
This study examines monetary policy shocks and economic growth in Nigeria. This study following ex post facto research design employed a regression model where economic growth was the dependent variable while money supply, inflation and interest rate were the explanatory variables. Time series data over the period of 1986 to 2018 sourced from Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Statistical Bulletin and World Bank Development Index (WDI) was utilized. The study employed the Vector Autoregression (VAR)doi:10.47743/jopafl-2021-22-17 fatcat:yzndsszuczhplcj6apjhdgxvfm