Verification of the Effects of Parkinson's law on the Entrepreneurial abilities of Nigerians

Oyelaran Tolulope Ezra
Onomake James Ogheneborie
Department of Chemistry
Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo


No great work without a great responsibility. Parkinson's law explain the tendencies of not completing a task majorly because of the untamed time alloted to its running. It emphasis that work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion. This is an obvious and usual practice of Nigerians ranging from partisans, tailors, shoe maker/repair, to business mogul which cost us a lot when critically examined. A questionnaire was administered to account for the statistical effect of this law, coupled with opinionaire which were collected from strategic business personalities. The study conclusion include but not limited to a firm encouragement of technological applicationsthat will keep entrepreneurs accountable in business dealing. The aspect of Parkinson's law which shows how increase in income will lead to increased expenditure was also scientifically verified.