Data article on institutional framework and business survivals of informal entrepreneurs in electronics market, Southwest, Nigeria

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The article presented data on how institutional framework has provided opportunities for the survival of informal entrepreneurs. In other words, data were gathered based on how the informal entrepreneurs in the electronics market were able to manipulate or avoid law enforcement officials thereby leading to sustainable business performance. Emphasis was laid on four southwestern states in Nigeria to determine the survivals of informal business. Data were gathered based on descriptive survey research design. The population of this study included all informal entrepreneurs in some selected electronics markets. Mean score and standard deviation were used as statistical tools for data presentation. The field data set is made widely accessible to enable critical or a more comprehensive investigation.

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Adebanji, A., Ogunnaike, O. O., Iyiola, O. O., Ezenwoke, O. A., & Ibidunni, S. (2018). Data article on institutional framework and business survivals of informal entrepreneurs in electronics market, Southwest, Nigeria. Data in Brief, 19, 1297–1304. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2018.05.092

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