Michael Isaac Opusunju

Departmentof Business Administration, Nile University, Abuja, Nigeria


  • Research   
    COVID-19 and Entrepreneurship Development among Nigerian Women
    Author(s): Senol Dane*, Murat Akyuz and Michael Isaac Opusunju

    Introduction: The study examines the effect of COVID-19 on entrepreneurship Development among women entrepreneurs in Adamawa state. Materials and Method: The study used survey research design using primary data and obtained data through administration of structured questionnaire (5 points likert scale) to women cooperative societies groups registered with the ministry of commerce and industry in Yola. Target population size is 480 women with a sample size of 218 which was determined using Taro Yamane formula. The study employed Cronbach’s alpha to test the reliability of each construct. The study used regression to analyze the data collected from the respondents and econometric software were used to analyze the data. Results: Findings revealed that there is negative and insignificant effect of COVI.. Read More»

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