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paper presentation by ENGR. PROF. CHRISTOPHER CHUKWUTOO IHUEZE, DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL/PRODUCTION ENGINEERING NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA.

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SUSTAINING ECONOMIC GROWTH THROUGH TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS

 A LEAD PAPER PRESENTED DURING THE 1ST ZONAL CONFERENCE/ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND INDUCTION CEREMONY ORGANIZED BY NIGERIAN ASSOCIATION OF TECHNOLOGISTS IN ENGINEERING (NATE), SOUTH EAST ZONE, FROM 15TH- 16TH MARCH, 2019 AT NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY AUDITHORIUM

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ENGR. PROF. CHRISTOPHER CHUKWUTOO IHUEZE,                                                                                   DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL/PRODUCTION ENGINEERING                                                                            NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA.

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Economic growth improves the living standards of any nation, creates employment opportunities, improves human capital development, and improves public service and investments. Sustainable economic growth of nations cannot be achieved without technological innovations. This paper examined the impacts of technological innovations on sustaining economic growth of any nation. It showed that technological innovations have some key roles to play in all the sectors of the economy - production, information and communication technology, infrastructure, agriculture, health, construction, education and energy. These impacts on the key sectors translate to the economic development of any nation, improving the living standard and reducing poverty in such nation. Nations that want to maintain or enhance their national economies should not joke with technological innovations of their nations. Policies that will encourage technological innovation should be formulated, and adequate rewards for innovations should be made available.

 


 

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