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Dr. Enang Bassey Udah

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Economics
enangudah@unical.edu.ng

Synopsis

A confident, self-motivated, service oriented, proactive, enterprising and computer literate administrator with excellent team skills. I have over twenty years of professional and teaching experiences at secondary and university levels. Consulted for several private and public organizations including European Union, Cross River State government, Tuning Africa Project in the University of Duesto, Spain. I belong to the Nigeria Economic Society and Member African Econometric Society. I have twenty seven scholarly publications in both local and international journals with over one hundred and eight citations, many monographs and reports, three book chapters. In terms of community service, I have served in several committees including budget monitoring committee, tax negotiation committee, treasurer ASUU-UCB for several years, acting head, Department of Economics 2013 to 2015, currently President Freedom Multi-Purpose Cooperative society Limited. I am married to Mrs Akudo Udah and the union is blessed with four children.

Publications

Publications by Enang Bassey


N. A. Ndiyo and E. B. Udah (2003): ‘A Dynamic Analysis of Monetary Policy and Poverty in a Small Open Economy: the Nigerian Experience’.


Okey Ovat; Udah, E. B.; Uket, E. I. (2004): ‘Problems and Prospect of Globalization in Developing Countries; The Nigerian Experience’. African Journal of Philosophy. Vol.7, pp.13-20. Nigeria


Udah, E. B. (2007): ‘Macroeconomic Stabilization and Monetary Policy nexus in Nigeria’. Global Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.6, 37-42. Nigeria







Udah, E. B. (2009). A macroeconomic model of the Nigerian economy with emphasis on the monetary sector. South African Journal of Economic and Management Science, 12, 28-47.


Udah, E. B. (2010). Industrial development, electricity crisis and economic performance in

Nigeria. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, 18,105-124.


Udah, E. B. (2010). Adjustment policies and current account behaviour in Nigeria:

Empirical investigation. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 6, 217-231.


Udah, E. B. and R. Ogbuagu (2011). Constraints to economic development and growth in

Nigeria. European Journal of Scientific Research, 65, 581-593.


Udah, E. B. (2011). Openness, resilience and economic performance in Nigeria: An

empirical investigation.


Udah, E. B. (2011). Energy crisis, stabilization policies and economic performance in

Nigeria: An empirical investigation.


Udah, E. B. (2011). Remittances, human capital and economic performance in Nigeria.

International Journal of Human Development and Sustainability, 4,103-117.


Udah, E. B. (2012). Export-Growth Hypothesis: An econometric analysis of the Nigerian

Case. Interdisciplinary Journal of Research in Business, 2, 39-49.


Nyong, M. O. and Udah, E. B (2012). Industrial time series of Nigeria, 1970-2009:

Evolution and Unit Root testing in the presence of multipurpose endogenous structural breaks.


Udah, E. B. (2012). Macroeconomic reforms, government size and investment behaviour

in Nigeria: Empirical investigation’, European Journal of Social Sciences, 33, 298-311


Udah, E. B. and Obafemi, F. (2012). Impact of financial sector reforms on agricultural and

manufacturing Sectors in Nigeria: An empirical investigation. European Scientific Journal, 8 (17), 155-179.


Udah, E. B. and Ayara, N. (2014). Institutions, governance structure and economic

performance nexus in Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 5, (3), 8-20,


Effiom, l., and Udah, E. B. (2014). Industrialization and economic development in a

multicultural milieu: Lessons for Nigeria.


Udah, E. B. Ubi, P.and Efiom, L. (2016). Macroeconomic reforms, institutions and economic performance in Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 18(1), 83-98.


Ogbuagu, U. R., Chijioke, M. I. and Udah, E. B. (2014). Banking sector development and


Peter Ubi and Udah, E. B. (2014). Corruption, institutional quality and economic performance in an emerging economy: Lessons from Nigeria. British Journal of Economics, Management and Trade, 4(11), 1108-1722.


Udah, E. B. and Ebi, B. O. (2016). Diagnosis of Nigeria inclusive growth: A composite index approach. British Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences, 12(12), 49-58.


Udah, E. B. Ubi, P. and Iyeli, I. I. (2016). Economic transformation and industrialization: The Nigerian experience. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 8(1), 14-26.


N. A. Ndiyo and E. B. Udah (2003). A Dynamic analysis of monetary policy and poverty in a Small open economy: the Nigerian experience. Journal of Economics and Development Matters,2,39-68. Nigeria


Okey, O., Udah, E. B. and Uket, E. I. (2004). Problems and prospect of globalization in developing Countries; The Nigerian experience. African Journal of Philosophy,7, 13-20. Nigeria


Udah, E. B. (2007). Macroeconomic stabilization and monetary policy nexus in Nigeria.


Udah, E. B. (2009). Monetary policy and macroeconomic management: A simulation experiment. Global Journal of Social Sciences, 8, 1-14. Nigeria.


Udah, E. B. (2010). The determinants of capital flight in Nigeria. Journal of Intra-African Studies, 3,93-110, Nigeria


Udah, E. B. (2012). FDI, remittances and economic development in Nigeria: Application of the ARDL Bounds testing approach. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives, 1, 1-17, Nigeria.


Obafemi, F., Olumide A and Udah, E. B. (2012). The structure of the Nigerian economy: Implications for domestic resource mobilization, The Nigerian Journal of Policy and Strategic Studies, Kuru, Jos, 17, 31-64. Nigeria


Udah, E. B. and Nyong, M. O. (2014) Economic integration in ECOWAS and prospect for convergence in real per capita income. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives, 3(1), 81-104. Nigeria


Udah, E. B. and Ite, F. (2016). Real exchange rate misalignment and economic performance in Nigeria. Global Journal of Social Sciences, 15, 13-25.

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