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ATTITUDE OF THE GOVERNMENT TOWARDS STATE-OWNED ENTREPRISE

ATTITUDE OF THE GOVERNMENT TODS -OWNED ENTERPRISE

CHAPTER ONE

BACKGROUND

According to Iyoha M.A (2004), “state owned enterprise is a designed instrument of economic development.” In reality, the government machinery is used to reshape, reform, and structurally re-adjust battered economies. It is also a fact that is clearly written on the wall of concept times that there is a need to revamp the already shattered economic system.

In different countries, Isaac, G ified various types of economic systems, including market-oriented, centrally planned, and mixed economic systems.

Market-oriented economies place their factors of production, such as land, labor, and capital, in private hands, with the taking over any part of the economy. Early ical economists believed in this system’s efficiency. Though no one knows if it ever existed.

The centrally planned economy is one in which the owns all production factors and does not recognize private ownership. The owns all assets, determines what kinds of goods should be produced and in what quantities, and sets the price. The former Soviet Union was notorious for doing this.

The mixed economy is a hybrid of the centrally planned and market-oriented economies. Recognizing both public and private resource ownership, the provides essential services to her people through the establishment of other public cooperation and parastatals such as electricity, transportation, and health services.

The question is whether the is the proper machinery for mining their profit in order to ly remove them from pure political association. This interest stems from the fact that, while every industry is likely to have some managerial issues,

it is widely accepted that the performance of state-owned enterprises is inferior to that of their private-sector counterparts. There have been cases where companies that were reasonably profitable and efficient collapsed almost ly after the took over management.

Poor performance has been so severe that it has forced some of those companies to fold due to inability to support themselves; some of these companies include intra-city bus services and Asaba textile mile.

MENT OF THE PROBLEM

The y will investigate the ’s attitude toward state-owned enterprises, with a focus on the water board.

The main issue militating against the water-board is the inability to provide efficient services (water production) to her people due to a lack of adequate facilities.

The researcher believes that there are things that can be done in state-owned enterprises to improve their real ability so that the essential mode of the society can be achieved.

It is also intended to highlight the factors that work against the water-dependability. board’s

THE ’S OBJECTIVE

The following are the y’s objectives:

1. Examine the impact of state-owned enterprises

2. To identify the issue that state-owned enterprises face.

3. Examine the ’s attitude toward state-owned enterprises.

4. To propose solutions to the problems that water board companies are experiencing.

QUESTIONS FOR

for this research project, following research questions have been developed.

a. Does water board enterprise aid in the reduction of unemployment?

b. Does the water board’s efficiency depend on personal attitudes?

c. Has the structural arrangement of Benin City’s water-board affected water production?

THE ’S OBJECTIVE

The purpose of this y is to look into the ’s attitude toward state-owned enterprises in Benin City, using the water board as a case y.

TERMS DEFINITION

These are the terms that were used in the research for this project.

Sheriff H. Erharuyi (2001) views as an important state operator. He went on to say that it is the agency that formulates, expresses, and fulfills the people’s collective will. It is the political authority that coordinates, leads, and implements the state’s goal.

Government, in its broadest sense, includes the legislature (rule making), the executive (rule application), the judiciary (rule adjudication), and the fourth, bureaucracy (civil service)

ATTITUDE: An individual’s attitude describes how they interact with their own or external environment in which they live.

OWNED ENTERPRISE: A state-owned enterprise is a company established by an act of parliament for the benefit of the people. It is also a state-owned business organization established by an act of parliament or decree with the statutory responsibility of providing welfare services to the public at a -subsidized rate. PHCN (Power Holding Company of Nigeria), FRCH (eral Radio Corporation of Nigeria), NRC (Nigeria Railway Corporation), and other state-owned enterprises are examples.

 

 

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