The book, “Health Capital, Labour Productivity and Growth: A Disaggregated Empirical Evidence for Nigeria” provides a new dimension to the study of economic growth by disaggregating the causal impact of health capital investment on labour productivity and GDP growth in Nigeria. Indeed, the book makes provision for health capital variables in the explanation of modern growth as against other texts that have focused mainly on macro variables. The book is both a text for undergraduate and postgraduate students of health and growth economics and also a reference for class instructors and researchers. The book is organized into six chapters as follows. Chapter one provides the background. Chapter two examines the profile of Nigeria’s health investment expenditure, labour productivity and economic growth. Chapter three focuses on health capital implications for labour productivity and economic growth. In chapter four, the theory and model of health capital productivity and growth are discussed. Analyses are in chapter five. Chapter six concludes the book with policy issues.