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OCP-77
Forecasting Real GDP Growth Using a Dynamic Factor Augmented Mixed Data Sampling (FAMIDAS) REGRESSION
Published 10/26/2023
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OCP-76
FINTECH Evolution and Development in Nigeria
Published 10/19/2023
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OCP-76
FINTECH Evolution and Development in Nigeria
Published 10/19/2023
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OCP-72
Occasional Paper No.72: Determinants of Deposit and Lending Rates in Nigeria: evidence from bank level data
Published 12/7/2020
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OCP-74
Occasional Paper No. 74: Assessment of the Performance of National Housing Fund (NHF) in Nigeria
Published 8/31/2020
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26-03-2020
Central Bank of Nigeria's Approved Service Charter
Published 3/26/2020
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Commercial Agricultural Credit Scheme: Evaluation and Imapct Assessment Report
Published 11/14/2018
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Occasional Report: Measuring Informal Cross-Border Trade in Nigeria
Published 2/28/2018
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OCP-55
Occasional Paper No.55: Analysis of Energy Market Conditions in Nigeria
Published 5/8/2017
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OCP-2016
An Econometric Analysis of the Impact of Macro-Prudential Instruments on the Nigerian Economy
Published 5/8/2017
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OCP-2015
Modelling the Impact of Macroeconomic Uncertainty on the Conduct of Monetary Policy
Published 5/8/2017
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OCP-59
Occasional Paper No. 59: A Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DGSE) Model of Exchange Rate Pass-Through to Domestic Prices in Nigeria
Published 4/21/2017
828482PDFIcon
RSD/OCP/2015
Forecasting NIgeria GDP Growth Rate Using a Dynamic Factor Model in a State Space Framework
Published 7/13/2016
3877454PDFIcon
OCP-2015
A Factor-Augmented Vector Autoregression (FAVAR) Model For Monetary Policy Analysis In Nigeria
Published 6/10/2015
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OCP-2015
Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Model For Monetary Policy Analysis In Nigeria
Published 6/10/2015
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OCP-2015
Macroeconometric Model of the Nigerian Economy
Published 6/10/2015
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OCP-2015
Modeling the External Sector of the Nigerian Economy
Published 6/10/2015
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OCP-2015
Modeling The Fiscal Sector Of The Nigerian Economy
Published 6/10/2015
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OCP-2015
Modeling The Real Sector Of The Nigerian Economy
Published 6/10/2015
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OCP-2015
Monetary Sector Model For Nigeria
Published 6/10/2015
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