This study analyses the impact of public debt stock on economic growth in Nigeria. The study is designed to cover a period of twenty two years starting from 1985-2007. This time span is chosen in order to give a satisfactory empirical result on the Nigerian economy within the period.
The significance of this study is to show through findings the extent to which public debt has affected the level of economic growth and how effective the findings could be used to proffer solutions and recommendation towards fostering economic growth and development.
Furthermore, the study should serve as future prelude and reference for future researches on growth and public debt issues.