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Banking and Finance


Riman, H.B, and Bassey, J.U. (2006). “Policy Appraisal of Community Bank Performance in Nigeria”. SOPHIA: An African Journal of Philosophy, Vol 8, (2),137-144.

Riman, H.B, Bassey, J.U and Edame, G.E. (2006). “Financial Structure, Bank Performance and Economic Growth in Nigeria”. Global Journal of Social Science. 6(2) 151-156

Bassey, J.U., Riman, H.B and Inyang, E. (2009). Tax policies and its impact on investment in Nigeria. Journal of Social Policy and National Productivity. 1(1), 148-154.

Riman, H.B., Offiong, A.I (2016). Public Debt Shocks and Public Goods Provisioning in Nigeria: Implication for National Development 18th International Conference on Business, Economics and Finance held in Boston, USAPp 2674-2684

Akpan, P.I, Bassey J.U, Riman, H B and Edu B. (2009). “Consumption Patern and Rate of Poverty in Developing Economies: Evidence from Nigeria” Social Science Research Network Electronic. copy available at:

Riman, H.B., Esor, I.E and Eyo,E.E .(2008). Stock market performance and economic growth in Nigeria, A causality investigation. Global Journal of Social Science. 7(2)Pp 85-91 Index and Abstracted on AJOL (UK)

Riman, H.B., Bassey, J.U., Ibi, E.E and Edu, B.E. (2010). Poverty, Health Expenditure, and Health Status: A Long Term Perspective with Evidence from Nigeria. Social Science Research Network. Electronic copy available at:

Riman, H B., Bassey, J.U., and Edu, B. (2010). Health Expenditure in Nigeria; Does thelevel of Government spending really matter (

Riman, H.B., Essor, I.E. and Eyo, E.E. (2010).Poverty, Health expenditure, and Health status: A longterm perspective with evidence from Nigeria. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 5190. Available online (

Riman, H.B., and Akpan, E .S., (2010). Causality between Poverty, Health Expenditure and Health Status: Evidence from Nigeria using VECM. European Journal of Economics Finance and Administrative Sciences Issue 27Pp120-129

Akpan, E S., Riman, H B., and Mboto, H W.(2011). Innovation Financing, Industrial production and the growth of Nigeria’s Non-oil Exports. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development,3 (1)Pp 121-142

Akpan, E S., Riman, H B., Duke II, J and Mboto, H W. (2012).Industrial Production and Non-oil Export; Assessing the Long-run Implication on Economic Growth in Nigeria. International Journal of Finance and Economics, 4(2) Feb, 252-259

Akpan, E. S. and Riman, H. B. (2012). Healthcare Financing and Health outcomes in Nigeria. A StateLevel Study using multivariate analysis. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 2(15). August Pp296-306

Akpan, E. S and Riman, H. B., (2012). Does Corporate Governance affect Bank Profitability: Evidence from Nigeria. American International Journal of Contemporary Research 2(7) July Pp 135-145

Riman, H B, Akpan, E S, Offiong, A. (2013). Asymmetric effect of Oil price shock on Exchange Rate volatility, Industrial Output and Domestic Investment in Nigeria. British Journal of Economic Management and Trade. Vol 4,

Riman, H.B, Akpan, Offiong, A.I, and Ojong, C.M. (2013).Nexus between oil revenue,non-oil export and industrial output in Nigeria: An application of the VAR model. International Journal of Financial Economics ,2 (17) December Pp48-60

Riman, H B., Offiong, A I., and Ibi, E E. (2014). Effect of Volatility Transmission on Domestic Stock Returns: Evidence from Nigeria. Journal of International Business and Economics 2(3)Pp 189-219

Offiong, A I., Riman, H B., and Eyo, E E (2016).Determining Optimal Portfolio in a Three-Asset Portfolio Mix in Nigeria. Journal of Mathematical Finance 6(4) Pp524-540

Offiong, A I and Riman, H B. (2006). Public Debt and Public good provisioning in Nigeria: implication for National Development. Journal of Economic and sustainable Development 7(18) Pp63-76

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