مجلة النمو الاقتصادي والمقاولاتية


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The Journal of Economic Growth and Entrepreneurship JEGE is an academic and Quarterly journal of a highly scientific committee issued by the Laboratory of the Spatial Development and Entrepreneurship Studies (SEDLab) University of Adrar – Algeria. It provides economists and Administration scientists, academicians an exclusive forum for publishing their work about the theoretical understanding of economics as well as empirical policy analysis of economic and Managerial issues in a broader context. The JEGE welcomes original submissions in all areas of Researches, applied, and theoretical economics and management. All submissions will first be subject to reviewers by the editors and, if convenient, will be sent for double blind peer review. The editors of the Journal may also special issues, and books, solicit book reviews from time to time. The Authors of accepted papers will be supplied, Electronic copy of the issue number concerned, with the publication certificate The Journal also publishes Book Reviews. The JEGE is Registered with the National Library of Algeria (No. 12/2018) and it's accredited by the Scientific Council of the University of ADRAR-ALGERIA and the Council of the SED laboratory (Univ-Adrar, Algeria), its ISSN is 2710-8511.

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27-02-2021


5

Volumes

12

Numéros

111

Articles


REPORTAGE OF AGRICULTURAL NEWS BY GUARDIAN AND THIS DAY NEWSPAPERS (2015 – 2019)

Okocha Desmond,  Uwem Clement,  Glory Akpan, 

Résumé: Newspapers are usually reluctant to publish agricultural and rural development news items due to the opportunity cost considerations of usage of space for paid advertisement. However, several sectors of the nation's development depend on information dissimilation on agriculture and rural areas. This study assessed fifty-six (56) editions of the Guardian and This Day Newspaper on reportage of agricultural news from January 2015 to October 2019. The general objective of the study was to analyze reportage of agricultural news by Guardians and This Day Newspaper from 2015 to 2019. Content analysis and opportunity cost approaches were adopted to realize the content of the study. Descriptive statistics and opportunity cost were used in data analysis. Result shows that the mean space of 2111.025cm2 published news free led to the opportunity cost of N30,442,458.22 and including a Value Added Tax of N1,449,640.86. Prominence of news was mainly at the center spread (84%, the Guardian and 100%, This Day). The most reported news items were on Rice (11%) and poultry (9.6%) enterprise and the least (1% each) were on snails, cereals, beans and on youth empowerment. The study concluded that despite the fact that these newspapers were known to report the selected news of interests. Newspapers were yet to give Agriculture news the desired attention. It was recommended more prominent should be given to agricultural news by newspapers in Nigeria as part of their traditional role of serving society in which they operate their businesses.

Mots clés: Reportage, Agricultural News, Newspapers, Guardian and THISDAY


Economic Freedom in North African Countries

Rajab Bouzayani,  Imen Mohamed Sghaier, 

Résumé: This paper surveys the determinants of economic freedom “under the five sub-indices” in the North African region from 1995 to 2020. Graphically, this document shows that North African countries have a different degree of economic freedom. In 2020, the Moroccan and Tunisian economic freedom index is above average, the Algerian economic freedom index is not acceptable and Egypt recorded an equivalent index of 5. Empirically, the results of the Generalized Method of Moments econometric technique show that commercial openness is the most explanatory factor of economic freedom in the North African region and regulation does not affect economic freedom in the North African region.

Mots clés: Economic freedom ; Graphical analysis ; North Africa ; Panel data



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