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Dr. PETER SAMUEL UBI

LECTURER
Economics
peterubi@unical.edu.ng

I AM FROM EDIBA IN ABI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA. I HOLD A B.Sc, M.Sc and Ph.D DEGREES IN ECONOMICS FROM UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR, CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA. I AM HAPPILY MARRIED.

Lionel Effiom, Peter Samuel Ubi and Emmanuel O. Okon (2012). A Case For NonInterest Banking In Nigeria Amidst The Collapsing Paradigms In The Global Economy. International Journal of Business Administration 3(4), 20-30.


Peter Samuel Ubi, Lionel Effiom, Emmanuel O. Okon and Anagha E. Oduneka(2012). An Econometric Analysis of the Determinants of electricity Supply in Nigeria. International Journal of Business Administration 3(4), 72-82.


Lionel Effiom, Ubi, Peter Samuel, Emmanuel O. Okon and Eyo, Eyo Itam (2011).Trade Liberalization and Human Capital in Nigeria: A vector Autoregressive Analysis. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences 40, 154-168.


Ubi, Peter Samuel, Lionel Effiom and Eyo, Eyo Itam (2012). Monetary Policy andindustrialization in an Emerging Open Economy: Lessons from Nigeria. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  2(8), 270-288.


Ebi, Bassey and Ubi, Peter (2016) “Oil Revenue and the Twin Deficit Hypothesis in Nigeria” International Journal of Economics and Management Studies (SSRG-IJEMS) 3( 5), 106 -114.


Lionel Effiom and Peter Ubi (2016) Deficit, Decay and Deprioritization ofTransport Infrastructure in Nigeria: Policy Options For Sustainability,  International Journal of Economics and Finance; Vol. 8, No. 3; 55-68.


Peter Ubi  and John Inyang (2017) “Fiscal Federalism in Nigeria: the Bane ofNational Development” International Journal of Advance Studies in Economics and Public Sector Management, 5(1), 89-104


Enang B Udah, Peter Ubi and Iyelli Iyelli (2016).  Economic Transformation AndIndustrialization: The Nigerian Experience.  Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa (Volume 18 (1), 14-26. Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion Pennsylvania.


Enang B. Udah, Peter Ubi And Lionnel Effiom (2016) Macroeconomic Reforms,Institutions And Economic Performance In Nigeria 83 – 98. Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion Pennsylvania


Lionel Effiom, Peter Samuel Ubi and Emmanuel O. Okon (2012). The EconomicsOf Distortions And The Problem Of Measurability: Evidence From Nigeria: American Journal of Business and Management 1(2), 43-53.


Peter N. Mba, Meriel Bell-Gam and Peter S. Ubi (2012). Interplay of foreign Aid,       External debt and Economic Growth: The Nigeria Experience: International Journal of Economics and Finance 4(8), 177-185


Peter Ubi and Lionel Effiom (2015) Financial And Non-Financial    Determinants Of Savings In A Developing Economy: Evidence From      Nigeria. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development         Perspective.  Vol. 4(2), 103 -118. An institutional based Publication of       the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Calabar, Nigeria


Ubi, Peter Samuel and Lionel Effiom (2010). An Empirical Study Of PovertyIn Calabar And Its Environs. Global Journal of Social Sciences 9(1), 39-43.


c)    Peter S. Ubi, Sunday A. Eko and Bassey E. Ndem (2012). Corruption And ItsImplication For Actualizing Nigeria Vision 20-2020. Global Journal of Social Sciences 11(1), 41-51.


Lionel Effiom and Peter Ubi (2015) Informal Institutions: The Binding ConstraintOn Institutional Efficiency in Nigeria. British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade, 5(3): 258-272.


Peter Ubi and Lionel Effiom (2015) Domestic Resource Mobilization And IndustrialPerformance In Nigeria: West African Financial and Economic Review (WAFER). Vol. 13, No. 2. 133 -156. An Institutional based Publication of West African Institute For Financial And Economic Management (WAIFEM)


Uchechi Ogbuagu, Peter Ubi, and Lionel Effiom (2014) “Corruption andInfrastructural Decay: Perceptible Evidence from Nigeria:” Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development , Vol.5, No.10


Peter Ubi and E. B. Udah (2014). Corruption, Institutional Quality and EconomicPerformance in an Emerging Economy: Lessons From Nigeria: British Journal of Economics, Management and Trade. 4(11). 1708-1722.


Ebi, Bassey Okon, Emmanuel, Nathan and Ubi, Peter (2013). Social Capital andEconomic Growth Opportunities: A case Study of Rural Households in Obudu, Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Social Science, Economics. Vol. X111, Issue 2, Version 1. 13-6.


Ndem, Ayara, Uwem Essia and Peter Ubi (2013). Overview Of Electric PowerDevelopment Gaps In Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Management and Business Studies. Vol. 3(7). 101-109


Lionel Effiom and Peter Ubi (2012).Trade Openness and Domestic Savings Nexus in Developing Countries: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria: European Journal of Scientific Research. Vol. 86 No. 3, 428 – 442.


Peter Ubi, Lionel Effiom and Michael Baghebo (2012).The Dynamics of Institutional Failure and Its Implications on Employment Capacity of the Nigerian Economy: Journal of Emerging trends in Economics and Management Sciences (JETEMS). 3(6), 931 – 939.


Peter Ubi, Lionel Effiom and Emmanuel Okon (2013).Poverty and Its RelatedTheories: Reassessing the Relevance: American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities. Vol. 3 No. 3. 152 -158


Peter Ubi and Lionel Effiom (2013) The Dynamic Analysis of Electricity Supply andEconomic Development: Lessons from Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Society. Vol. 2 No. 1. 1 -11

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Peter Ubi and Enang Udah (2014): Does Financial Openness Enhance Domestic Industrial Performance in a Developing Economy? Lessons From Nigeria
Conference organized by The Nigerian Economic Society in Abuja.
Start: Saturday 17th January, 0201
End: Friday 15th August, 2014
Ebi, Bassey. and Ubi, Peter (2016): Agricultural Development And State Effectiveness In Nigeria: A New Rationale For Increased Capital Accumulation In Agriculture.
Conference organized by Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists in Owerri, Imo state, Nigeria.
Start: Sunday 17th July, 2016
End: Saturday 17th September, 2016
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