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Prof. Emmanuel Okon Eyo

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Agricultural Economics
eoeyo@unical.edu.ng

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Eyo, E. O.; Merrian A. Nwaogu and I. A. Asuquo (2013); Effectiveness of loan Delinquency Management Strategies of Formal Lenders among Farmers in Akwa Ibom State Nigeria. British Journal of Economics Management and Trade. 3(4) 550 – 562.


Ajah E. A; E. O. Eyo and S. O. Abang (2013); Repayment Performance Among Cassava and Yam Farmers under the Nigerian Agricultural Bank Small Holder Loan Scheme in Cross River State, Nigeria, British Journal of Economics, Management and Trade 3(4);453 – 467, 2013.


Asuguo I.A., Akpan, A.N. Enimu, S., and Eyo, E.O. (2017) Analysis of Business Risks in Fast Food Firms in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria. Perex journal of busuness and finance, 3(4);034 - 041


Ajah, E. A; E.O.Eyo, S. B. Ohen and I. A. Asuquo,(2014); Comparative Assessment of Loan Utilisation and Repayment by Small Scale Crops Versus Poultry Farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology 7(1), 38 – 49, Beijing, China.


Ajah, E. A, Eyo, E. O. and U. I. Ofem, (2014); Analysis of Credit Worthiness and Loan Repayment among Bank of Agriculture Loan Beneficiaries (poultry Farmers) in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Livestock Production, Vol. 5(9),pp155 – 164.


Eyo, E. O; U. I. Ofem and I. A. Asuquo; (2013); The Nature of Loan Transaction Costs Among Small Scale Farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria. Revistas Academica; Doriana Journal vol. 47 No 4,pp 1 – 25.April 2013, Mexico.


E.O. Eyo, I. A. Asuquo, U.I Ofem, And E. Ajah (2015); Agricultural Projects in Cross River State: Suggestion For Success Of The Value Addition Policy (Proceedings 16th Annual National Conference of The Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists 19th – 22nd October 2015).


Ajah, E. A., U. I. Ofem, I. A. Asuquo, E. O. Eyo, O. G. Edet, and H. B. Ekpenyong;[2016]; Credit Sources and poverty among rice farmers in Biase LGA of cross River State. [proceedings of the 17th annual conference of the Nigerian association of Agricultural Economics] pp44 – 50.


Eyo, E O. And S. Enimu (2015); Financing Agriculture To Support Economic Development In Nigeria: The Need For Banks To Re-Strategise (Proceedings 25th Annual National Conference “Faman- Dutse 2015” 23rd – 26th Nov. 2015).


Eyo, E. O.; H. I. Igwe and I. A. Asuquo, (2011); Nigerian Women, macroeconomic Environment and Agricultural Output Growth: Implications for the Attainment of the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2015. Natura Journal vol. 17 No 6 Pp21 – 43, June 2013. Revista Academica, Mexico.


Eyo, Emmanuel O. (2017); Impact of Sciences, Technology and Innovation on the Development of Agriculture and Agro – allied Industries in Cross River State, Nigeria. (Paper presented during the local study tour by staff and Participants of the Senior Executive Course[SEC39] of the National Institute of Policy and Strategic studies, Kuru. May,1, 2017).


Enimu S., Eyo. O. E and Edet, O.G. (2017), Determinants of Savings Mobilization Among Agricultural Micro Credit Finance Group Members in Delta State, Nigeria. Russian Journal of Agriculture and Socio Economic Science 5 (65) 100-106.


Enimu, S., Eyo. O.E and Ajah A.E. (2017) Determinants of Loan Repayment Among Agricultural Micro Credit Finance Group Members in Delta State, Nigeria. Financial Innovation 3 (21), 1 – 12.


Enimu, S. Eyo, O.E and Ofem I.U (2017), Loan Recovery Performance of Group – Based Micro Credit Institutions in Delta State, Nigeria. Saudi Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 2 (10). 892 – 897.


Etim, I.J., Eyo, E.O. and Enimu, S., (2017), Analysis of small scale farmers access to formal financial services in Calabar River State, Nigeria. Donnish Journal of Agricultural Research 4(2): 009 – 011.


Eyo, E. O. and I. A. Asuquo, (2011): Determinants of Allocation of Credit Reserve to Loans among Crop Farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria. The Indian Journal of Economics. Vol. XIC, Part IV Issue No 363,,Pp691 – 698.


Eyo, Emmanuel O.(2008); Macroeconomic Environment and Agricultural Sector Growth in Nigeria. World Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4(6):781 – 786. Pakistan.


Eyo, E. O., J. E. Otu, and M. G. Sampson (2008); Homogeneity in Group Membership Characteristics and Loan Recovery: Implications for Success of Formal-informal Sector Linkage in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. The Social Science 3 (1) 17 -22; January – March 2008,Pakistan.


Eyo, E. O. (2008); Determinants of Success of Micro-Finance Schemes serving the Agricultural Sector in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Social Science 5 (2): 173- 176, April – June, 2008, Pakistan.


Eyo, E. O. (2008) Agricultural Development in Nigeria; Efforts, Effects, and the Way forward. Agriculture and Rural Development . Afro – Euro Centre for Development Studies,. GR – 2671, Spain. Pp1 - 12 .August.


Eyo, E. O. (2008) Traditional Beliefs and Their Effects on Farm Output:Evidence from Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Agricultural Journal 3(3):176 - 180; March 2008.Pakistan


Eyo, E. O. (2006); Strategy for Resilience of Micro Finance Schemes Serving the Artisanal Fishing Sub-Sector in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment – JAFE Volume 4 (2) : 261- 264.2006. Finland


Eyo, E. O. (2007); Consumers Preferences for Meat from Food Animals in the Niger Delta, Nigeria.Nigerian Journal of Animal Production2007, Volume 34(1): 113 – 120.


Eyo. E. O. (2006); Farmers Liquidity Value for Unused Credit and the Sustainability of Micro Finance Scheme in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Social Science 1813 – 2235/2006, Volume 2. No2. No 2, Pp 79 – 83. Pakistan


Eyo, E. O. 2002: “The Model for Linking Savings and Credit Groups with Banks in Nigeria”. Nigerian Journal of Social and Development Issues. Volume 2, No. 1. January, Pp.145 – 156.


Eyo, E. O. (2004); Financing Foodstuff Marketing in Akwa Ibom State,Nigeria: Some Considerations. Global Journal of agricultural Science, Vol. 3 No 1 and 2, 2004; 35 -40.


Igben, M. S.; Eyo, E. O. and N. M. G. Anyanwu, 2002. Motivation and Non-Financial Sanctions among Informal Groups in Imo State: Lessons For Success of Group Lending Schemes in Nigeria. Global Journal Of Agricultural Sciences, Volume 1, No. 2, 2002, 127 – 132.


Eyo, E. O. and E. A. Enyenihi (2002): Savings Mobilization for Credit Delivery Under the ACGSF in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Nig. Southeast Journal of Agric. Economics and Extension, Vol. 4, No 1 and 2, Pp 16 – 25.


Eyo, E. O., E. O. Ekpe and P. I. Ogban, (2001); Waterleaf (Talinum triangulare) Production In south Eastern Nigeria: Existing Practices and Suggestions for Improved Productivity and Profit. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. Vol.3. No. 3, June 2001:421-426.


Enyenihi, E. A, E. O. Eyo, and U. B. Iwatt (2002): Processing Options for Cassava Farmers in Odukpani LGA of Cross River State, Nigeria. Nig. Southeast Journal of Agric. Economics and Extension, Vol. 4, No 1 and 2, Pp 10 - 15.


Eyo, E. O. and M. S. Igben. (1997):The Community Development Associations (CDA) – Credit Delivery For Sustainable Agricultural Development. Nig. Journal of Agric Teacher Educ. Vol.VI (1and 3) pp 36-44.


Umoh, G. S., J. T. Atobatele and E. O. Eyo 2000: Consumption of Meat and Meat Related Products in Urban Households in Uyo Capital City of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science, Vol. 2 No. 2 pp 137-148.


Eyo, E. O. 2000: Empowering Women for Sustainable Agricultural Development in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agric. Technology. Vol. 9 (2000) 7-14.


Eyo, E. O., 1999: Enhancing the Productivity of Rice Farms in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Nigerian South East Journal of Agric. Economics and Extension, Vol.3/1 pp 52-59.


Eyo, E. O and P. I. Ogban (1999): Land Management and Environmental Harmony: Implications for urban farming. Environmental Analar. Vol. 2 (1999) PP 111-119.


Effiong, G. S.; E. O. Eyo and I. A. Akpabio (1998); Women and the use of forest resources in a sustainable home management.Nig. Journal of Agric. Technology Vol. 7 (1998) Pp55-59.


Eyo, O. E., (1997): Adaptation of Cooperative Structures for Sustainable Agricultural Investment in Akwa Ibom State. Nig. Journal of Cooperative and Rural Development Vol.5 (1997) 36 –43.


Eyo, O. E. And G. S. Umoh (1997): Food consumption expenditure for family survival in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Nig. South. East Journal of Agricultural Economics and Extension. Vol.1; No. 1, PP 67 – 74.


Eyo, E. O.;1995 Inadequate supply of Cassava Derivative in Akwa Ibom State. Ibom Journal of Social Issues Vol. 2/2 PP110-119.


Eyo, E. O. 1995; Consumers Attitude Towards Native Food – Stuffs in Akwa Ibom State. Ibom Journal of Social Issues Vol.2 No. 1 PP 21 – 23.


Eyo, E. O.; S. Okon, and G. S. Effiong; 1994: Poverty alleviation among small farmers in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agric. Technology. Vol. 3 (1994) P 18 – 23.


Eyo, E. O.; I, E, Ele and N, E, Eyo (2006); Occupational Health Hazards and Farm output in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Farm Management Associations of Nigeria, Conference Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria. Held at Jos 18th – 21 September 2006.


EYO, E O. (2005). AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: PLANS, POLICIES AND PROGRAMMES. BEST PRINT PUBLISHERS, UYO.


IGBEN, M. S. AND EYO, E. O. (2002): AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS: AN INTRODUCTION TO BASIC CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES. BEST PRINT PUBLISHERS, UYO


Umoren, Aniefiok A. ,Eyo, Emmanuel O, and Akpan Sunday B;(2018); Investigating the nexus between nonperforming loans in the Nigerian Banking system and lending to micro small medium enterprises. International Journal of Contemporary Research and Review, vol 9, issue 6 pp 20778 – 20791.


Solomon Enimu, Bassey JI and Eyo EO (2018); Determinants of Borrowing Capacity of Small Holder Farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Business and Financial Affairs, vol. 7, issue 1(311).

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Showing All Conferences Attended

19th Annual NIFST Conference, at Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna.
Consumers Food Preference for Selected Food stuffs in Akwa Ibom State.
Start: Sunday 30th October, 2005
End: Wednesday 2nd November, 2005
34th Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria, Held at Jos, Plateau State.
Occupation Health Hazards and Farm output in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.
Start: Monday 18th September, 2006
End: Thursday 21st September, 2006
ARMTI Workshop on Managing Self Help Groups Linkage for Effective Savings Mobilization and Credit Delivery held at Uyo.
The Role of Community Development Associations in Self Help Groups Linkage with Banks.
Start: Monday 4th September, 1995
End: Friday 8th September, 1995
16th Annual National Conference of The Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists.
Agricultural Projects in Cross River State: Suggestion For Success Of The Value Addition.
Start: Monday 19th October, 2015
End: Thursday 22nd October, 2015
11th Annual Conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN), at Uyo.
(a)Profitability of Cassava Production in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. (b)Gain in Agricultural Insurance for Farmers in Akwa Ibom State.
Start: Tuesday 10th October, 1995
End: Thursday 12th October, 1995
Faman- Dutse 2015” 25th Annual National Conference.
Finan.cing Agriculture To Support Economic Development In Nigeria: The Need For Banks To Re-Strategise
Start: Monday 23rd November, 2015
End: Thursday 26th November, 2015
13th Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria, Federal University of Agriculture, Umudike.
(a) Adaptation of Coop Structure for Sustainable Agric Investment. (b)Sustainable Crop/Livestock Production and Resource Use Under Small Scale Mixed Farming System.
Start: Sunday 12th October, 1997
End: Wednesday 15th October, 1997
African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) Biannual Research Workshop, Held at Kenya.
Linkage of Self Help Groups with Banks in Nigeria.
Start: Saturday 2nd December, 2000
End: Thursday 7th December, 2000
National Conference of the Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists held at the LAR conference Hall ABU, Zaria.
(a) Consumers’ Preference for food Animal in South-South Nigeria. (b) Itinerant Trading In Port Harcourt LGA of Rivers State, Nigeria.
Start: Wednesday 3rd November, 2004
End: Friday 5th November, 2004
8th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Rural Sociological Association (NRSA) Ago-Iwoye,
Rural Development Potential of Self Help Local Organisations in River State, Nigeria.
Start: Sunday 13th March, 1994
End: Thursday 17th March, 1994
14th Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria at ATBU-Bauchi.
Land Management and Environmental. Harmony: A case for Urban farming.
Start: Sunday 20th September, 1998
End: Wednesday 23rd September, 1998
30th Annual Conference of Agricultural Science Society, at Edo State University, Ekpoma.
(a)The Nature of Business Risk Among Artisanal Fishermen: Implications for Artisanal Fishery Financing in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. (b)Impact of Institutional Credit on Farm Size of Small Table Egg Producers: A Case Study from Akwa Ibom State.
Start: Sunday 5th November, 1995
End: Wednesday 8th November, 1995
21st Annual Conference of Nigeria Society of Animal production.
Economic Returns of Table Egg Producers: A Case Study of Uyo L.G.A. of Akwa Ibom State.
Start: Monday 25th March, 1996
End: Thursday 28th March, 1996
No Results for Grants/Awards Received