Statistical Analysis Of The Federal Government’s Expenditure And Revenue (A Case Study Of National Bureau Of Statistics, Kaduna State)
This research work was aimed at carrying out statistical analysis of federal government’s revenue and expenditure 2003-2008. Secondary data was obtained from National Bureau of Statistics. The statistical package used is Mintab. The result of the analysis shows that there is positive and strong relationship between expenditure and revenue 0.938 and the regression equation is expenditure = 123 + 0.367 revenue. The regression equation shows that when the revenue increase, the expenditure also increases.
Table Of Contents
- Title page
- Table of Contents
- 1.0 Introduction
- 1.1 Historical Background of the Study
- 1.2 Aims of the Study
- 1.3 Objectives of the Study
- 1.4 Scope of the Study
- 1.5 Definition of terms
Literature Review And Statistical Tool(s)
- 2.0 Introduction
- 2.1 Nigerian Economy and oil
- 2.2. Inflation in Nigerian economy
- 2.3 Effect of the global economic meltdown on the Nigeria economy
- 2.4 Consolidation in the banking system
- 2.5 Capital base and bank soundness
- 2.6 Statistical tools
- 3.0 Introduction
- 3.1 Methods of data collection
- 3.2 Problems encountered in data collection
- 3.3 Data presentation
Data Analysis And Discussion Of The Results
- 4.0 Introduction
- 4.1 Data analysis
- 4.2 Discussion of result
Summary, Conclusion And Recommendation
- 5.0 Introduction
- 5.1 Summary
- 5.2 Conclusion
- 5.3 Recommendation
Public finance is a field of economics concerned with how government raises money, how that money is spent and the effect of these activities on the economy and on the society.
Expenditure and revenue of the country fall under the topic, public finance. However, in a developing economy like Nigeria, management of moderate deficit financing is tailored toward useful and development oriented projects. This necessitated me to focus attention on the amount of expenditure and revenue generated in Nigeria over the past years.
Government generates revenue from various economic sectors: these are divided into oil and non-oil revenue:
This is the revenue generated from oil sectors of the economy which comprise:
- Petroleum profit tax and royalties
- Others which include revenue from export sales, domestics sales, tax on petroleum products, rents etc.
Non Oil Revenue:
This is revenue generated from other sectors of the economy other than the oil sector which comprises of:
- Company income tax
- Custom and exercise duties
- Value added tax (V.A.T)
- Federal government independent revenue which comprises revenue from interest payments rents on government properties, personal income tax of armed forces, police, external affair and federal capital residents
- Other which include custom levies, education tax etc.
The revenue generated from different sectors of the economy is allocated to:
- Federation accounts which include transfer to federation accounts from domestic oil sales
- Value added tax (VAT) pool accounts
- AFEM surplus account
- Petroleum Trust Fund
- JVC Payment account
- External debt service funds
- National priority projects fund
- Other which include transfers to special and excess reserves and education fund
The revenue generated from various sectors of the economy is spent on:
Administration which comprises of:
- General administration
- Internal security
- National assembly
Economic services which include
- Roads and construction
- Transport and communication
- Other economic services
Social and community services which are:
- Public debt charges
- Pension and gratuities
- F.C.T and others
1.1 Historical Background Of The Study
The National Bureau of statistics (NBS) has a humble beginning starting in 1928 as a statistics unit in the office of the colonial secretary in the cabinet secretariat of British Colonial administration.
In 1947 a more focused reorganization took place with the establishment of a statistics section in the department of customs and exercise which later metamorphosed into a full pledged department of statistics.
In 1949, the departments responsibilities were expanded to form the nucleus of a centralized national statistics office for the country with the adoption of the federal system of government in 1968 central and the regional government had their statistics establishments incorporated into a decentralized National Statistics System (NSS). A legal frame work for statistics operation in Nigeria was unable with the statistics act of 1937. The act gave backing for a decentralized statistical system but advocated collaboration between the central and regional statistical office in addition to co-ordinate their activities.
At independence in 1960, the department of statistics was moved from customs and excuse to the Federal Ministry of Economic Development with its name changed to the federal office of statistics (FOS) in the 1980s further re-organization of the Nigeria statistics system (NSS) led to the Central Bank of Nigeria taking on the collection of financial statistics and the National Population Commission given the responsibility of population statistics including the conduct of census length and collection of vital statistics like birth and death registrations and immigration statistics, as well as the conduct of demography and health surveys.
In 1989, a wholly computerized data management agency was established called National Data Bank (NDB). NDB is a data house, was designed to hold time series data dating back to 1914 when Nigeria was created. The agencies FOS and NDB maintained a complex and over lapping relationship with other members of the National Statistical Offices (NSO) itself. Reforms started the repositioning of the federal office of statistics (FOS) in 2004 when it was merged with the National Data Bank. The reforms in driver by the statistical master plan (SMP) produced by the Federal Government of Nigeria with assistance from the World Bank.
The merged of FOS and NDB led to the establishment of the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) to give the agency a National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) to give the agency a National outlook as the apex statistical agency for all the three tiers of government. NBS is expected to co-ordinate system of the production of official statistics all the federal ministries departments and agencies (MDAS), state statistical agencies (SAS) and local government council (LGC). The 1957 statistics act has been repeated and a new bill has been passed to give NBS a legal backing.
1.2 Aim Of The Study
To conduct a statistical study into public finance of the federation, that is revenue and expenditure of the federal government of Nigeria (2003-2008) using regression analysis.
1.3 Objectives Of The Study
- To have an insight of the amount of revenue generated and expenditure for the period of 2000-2011
- To show the relationship between revenue and expenditure using correlations analysis
- To determine the degree of the occurrence between expenditure and revenue using correlation analysis.
- To forecast for future revenue and expenditure using time series analysis
- To make necessary recommendation on the analysis
1.4 Scope Of The Study
The study will be based only on the revenue and expenditure of the federal government for the period. The data on this project work is given in billions of Naira and it is only an annual basis.
Data refers to the collection of specific information, it is collected to enable the researcher understand the environment under study and to achieve specific objective.
The data in this project work collected from National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). It is a secondary data extracted from their statistical bulletin.
1.5 Definition Of Terms
This is a field of economics concerned with how government raises money, how that is spent, and the effects of these activities on the economy and on the society.
This is a forecast of expenditure and revenue for a specific period of tie.
This is the income of a government from all sources, used to pay for a nation’s expenses.
This includes tax receipts and non-tax receipts within the fiscal year.
This covers receipts from non financial assets used in production for more than one year.
This is an outflow of resource from government to other sectors of the economy, whether required or unrequested.
Are payments for non-payable transaction within one year.
Are payments for non-financial assets used in production process for more than one year.
Summary, Conclusion And Recommendation
In this chapter, summary, conclusion and recommendation are discussed.
The paper examines the revenue-spending hypothesis for Nigeria using macro data from 1970 to 2011. Correlation analysis, granger causality test, regression analysis, lag regression model, vector error correction model and impulse response analysis were the techniques used for analysis. The paper found that revenue and expenditure are highly correlated and that causality runs from revenue to expenditure in Nigeria. The vector error correction model also confirms that there is a significant long run relationship between revenue and expenditure implying that disequilibrium in expenditure can be corrected in the long run through policies that adjust oil and non-oil sector revenues. The lagged regression model showed that the positive relationship between revenue and expenditure reverts to negative at lag five thereby justifying the need for the use of medium term expenditure framework to monitor expenditure patterns in the short to medium term. The paper concludes that short term shocks from crude oil price passes through oil revenue to affect expenditure. This has led to swings in public expenditure pattern with sustained increase of recurrent expenditure over capital that has consequences for economic growth. However, there are some areas for further studies. There would be need to test for structural breaks over the period studied to support the conclusions obtained from the impulse response shocks. There would also be need to carry out a cross country study for the correlation between government expenditures and revenues for oil-exporting countries in other to provide cross country evidence on the relationship between public expenditure and revenue
The new democratic government has already demonstrated its political will on working to rebuilt Nigerian economy the following recommendations will help in achieving its objectives:
- Education is once more a priority in its broad national development strategy. The work done thus far would, benefit greatly from internal and external support by foundations, business, noas and international development agencies to ensure that the goals set are realistic, meet the needs of a new democracy and are economically sound.
- Alleviate poverty by fostering opportunities for job creation
- Achieve high economic growth through better mobilization and prudent use of economic resources
- The economy needs expansionary policies to stimulate economic growth and generate new jobs.
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