International Journal of Trade and Policy

  • An Analysis of The Traditions of Origin of Ughoton: the Seaport of Old Benin Kingdom

    An Analysis of The Traditions of Origin of Ughoton: the Seaport of Old Benin Kingdom Dr. Ediagbonya Michael Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria Faculty Of Arts, Department Of History And International Studies This paper wholistically examines the issues relating to the origin of Ughoton in the earliest times. It analyses the political anxiety, crises, conflicts misrule, anarchy which characterised the reign of Ogiso Owodo. It assesses the circumstances surrounding the birth of Prince Ekaladerhan, and his banishment. It discusses the…

  • Obafemi Awolowo and His Contributions to Socio Economic Development of Nigeria: 1948-1966

    Obafemi Awolowo and His Contributions to Socio – Economic Development of Nigeria: 1948-1966 Buhari, L.O. Department of History and International Studies, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti This study examines the personality and contributions of Chief Obafemi Awolowo to socio – economic development of Nigerian between 1948 and 1966.. The study found out that Chief Obafemi Awolowo was a Nigerian nationalist and statesman who played a significant role in Nigeria’s independence movement during First and Second Republics. The study notes that Chief…

  • A Historical Analysis of Dutch-Benin Trade Relations, 1593-1741

    A Historical Analysis of Dutch-Benin Trade Relations, 1593-1741 Sana Abusin Michael EDIAGBONYA and Johnson Olaosebikan AREMU Department of History and International Studies, Faculty of Arts, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti This paper examined the nature of trade relations between the Benin Kingdom and the Dutch between 1593 and 1741. It documented and analysed the features of Benin-Dutch trade; the major items of trade and means of exchange; as well as the terms of the Dutch-Benin Trade Treaty of 1715. The paper…

  • Transaction Costs and Optimal Liability Rule in the Context of Hadley v Baxendale (1854)

    Transaction Costs and Optimal Liability Rule in the Context of Hadley v Baxendale (1854) Teng, Jimmy American University of Ras Al Khaimah This paper uses a signaling game model to address the debate between limited liability rule and unlimited liability rule in the context of the case of Hadley v Baxendale (1854). This paper compares the levels of net social surplus obtained by the two legal rules under different sets of parameter values. The parameters investigated are the level of…

  • Hygienic-sanitary Conditions of Fish Markets Commercialized in the Municipality of Maceió

    Hygienic-sanitary Conditions of Fish Markets Commercialized in the Municipality of Maceió – Alagoas Machulis-Magalhães, F1, Porto, F.L2, Maior, L.P.S3, Looze, M.F4, Oliveira, M.A.M5, Ferreira-Junior, G.C6 1Student of the Specialization Course in Microbiological and Parasitological Analysis – CESMAC; 2,3Student of the Specialization Course in Microbiological and Parasitological Analysis – CESMAC; 4,5Student of the Undergraduate Course in Biological Sciences – CESMAC; 6Teacher of Biological Sciences and Veterinary Medicine – CESMAC. Introduction: The search for a healthier diet has led to a worldwide…

  • Towards Economic Survival and Self-sufficiency: a Historical Exploration of Nigeria’s Indigenisation Policy, 1972 and 1977

    Towards Economic Survival and Self-sufficiency: a Historical Exploration of Nigeria’s Indigenisation Policy, 1972 and 1977 Adeyinka Theresa AJAYI (Ph.D) Department of History and International Studies, Ekiti State University, Ado- Ekiti, Nigeria. Indigenisation was a major strategy employed by the Nigerian government in the 1970s to exercise more control over the nation’s economy. It was indeed a bold attempt to enhance the economic survival and self-sufficiency of the nation. This study therefore interrogates the rationale, methods and impact of Nigeria’s indigenisation…

  • Micro Insurance in India: an analysis of the perceptions, problems and opportunities

    Micro Insurance in India: an analysis of the perceptions, problems and opportunities Srijanani Devarakonda Associate Professor, Accounting and Finance, Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management, Hyderabad India is a country with a population of 1.2 billion. It is estimated that 37% of the total population live below poverty line (BPL). Social security for BPL people is a matter of concern for the nation. To answer the question, why should the poor insure? We should have answer for the questions like, what…