THE IMPACT OF PRIVATIZATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION IN PUBLIC ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA (A STUDY OF KADUNA ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY)

ABSTRACT
The main purpose of his study was to determine the impact of privatization and commercialization of the public enterprise. The researcher has critically examined the privatization policy of the federal government with a view to assessing its congruence with the principles of distributive and social justice. The researcher has analyzed the problem from the support of social-economic mission of public enterprises.

The governing frame work of privatization and the level of explanation of the problems that threaten their real foundation is the basis of findings.


Consequently argued that the debilitating forces over organizational political environmental and structural which privatization is set to exacerbate such, worsen socio-economic inequalities in the country. And in view of the problems identified obstacle that deepened the failures of public enterprises in Nigeria which draws up roles towards the improvement and development of these infrastructure of power sector.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Abstract
Table of contents

CHAPTER ONE
1.1       Introduction
1.2       Problems statement
1.3       Research Questions
1.4       Research objectives
1.5       Scope of the study
1.6       Significant of the study
1.7       Development of Hypothesis
1.8       Definition of terms
1.8.1    List of abbreviations
1.9       Chapterisation

CHAPTER TWO
2.1 Background of the study
2.1.2 Some impediments of handover
2.2       Organizational chart
2.3       Activities of the organization
2.4       progress and achievements
2.5       Challenges facing the organization

CHAPTER THREE
Literature Review
3.1       Introduction
3.1.2 The concept of privatization and commercialization
3.1.3 Commercialization
3.1.4  Privatization
3.1.5  Public Enterprises
3.2       Theoretical Framework
3.2.1 Public Good Theory
3.2.2 Failure of public sectors economics

CHAPTER FOUR
4.1       Research design
4.2       method data collection
4.2.1 Quality questionnaires
4.2.2 Interviews
4.3       Instruments of data collection
4.4       Population
4.5       Sampling technique
4.6       source of data
4.7       Method of Analysis
4.8       Instrument for data Analysis

CHAPTER FIVE
5.1       Data Presentation and Analysis
5.1.1    Distribution of respondent by Age
5.2       Distribution of Respondent by Gender Difference
5.3       Distribution of respondent based on educational attainment
5.4       Distribution Based on Marital Status
5.5       Distribution of respondent by positional rank
5.6       Distribution of respondent based on privatization process of Kaduna electric
5.7       Distribution of respondents based on the role of Kaduna Electric in Jega B/Unit
5.8       Discussion on Findings

CHAPTER SIX
6.1       Summary
6.2       Conclusion
6.3       Recommendation
6.4       References
6.5       Appendix


CHAPTER ONE
1.1      INTRODUCTION
Privatization of public enterprises in Nigeria by successive governments
failed to meet the yearnings and aspirations of governed. Various measures and
criteria put in place to address the imbroglio ended in fiasco because it
aggravated  rather  than  alleviate  the  problem  bedeviling  such  enterprises.

Previous  studies  revealed  that  inefficiency,  political  patronage  and  poor
productivity still became the dominant characteristics of government privatized
enterprises. This paper observed that non involvement of experts and relevant
stakeholders remain the cankerworm to successful privatization process. It
recommended that experienced and professional bodies should be involved in
future participation of public enterprises in Nigeria.

A central issue in the economies of sub-Saharan African Countries in the post independence period was the market failure argument which signaled massive government intervention in the country. In Nigeria, government role was dominant in the economy as reflected by the adoption development planning and massive proliferation of public enterprises (PEs), to stimulate economy growth and structural transformation. Before the introduction of privatization policy in Nigeria, the public sector constitutes huge drain on government scarce resources and liability to the national economy. The PEs sector for example, depended...

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