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Prof. Duke Joseph Eyo

PROFESSOR
Business Management
joeduke@unical.edu.ng

Prof. Joe Duke II is professor of Business Management and a professional management consultant certified in 1992 by the Institute of Management Consultants of Nigeria (IMCON), and the Center for Management Development (CMD) of Nigeria. He holds a Doctorate (Ph.D) in Business Management (focus on Entrepreneurship) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Calabar. He also holds a Post-graduate Diploma/Certificate in Teaching & Learning from Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA. He has held such important academic and service positions at the University of Calabar as: Head of Department of Business Management Department (2008 – 2010); Chairman, Faculty Graduate Committee, Faculty of Management Sciences (2012-2104); Member, Graduate School Board (2012 – 2014); and, Coordinator, Post Graduate Diploma-in-Management Programme (2008 - 2010). He has served as: Chairman, Results & Vetting Board sub-Committee of the Graduate School Board (2013-2014); Member, Graduate Programmes Qualifying Examination Board sub-Committee of the Graduate School Board (2012 – 2014); Member, Campus Business Premises Committee (2008 – 2010); Member, STEP-B Committee (2011-2015); and, Member, SERVICOM – University of Calabar Unit (2011-2015). He is currently the Dean of the Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Calabar.

Akpan, E. S., Riman, H., Duke II, J., and Mboto, H. (2012). Industrial production and non-oil export: Assessing the long-run implication on economic growth in Nigeria. International Journal of Economics and Finance, 4(2), 252-259.


Duke II, J. (2010). The impact and implications of the global economic Meltdown on the development prospects in Sub-Saharan Africa: A strategy for alternative development Path. Oxmosaic Journal of Business Strategy, 1 (1), 139-156.


Duke II, J. (2010). The dynamics of women participation in democratic politics and sustainable development in Africa. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 12(4), 83-95.


Duke II, J. (2010). The impact of colonialism on the development of management in Nigeria. International Journal of business and Management, 5(8), 65-75.


Duke II, J., John, I., and Kankpang, K. (2010). Structural problems of entrepreneurship in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. Oxmosaic Journal of Management Science, 1(10), 37-66.


Duke II, J. (2010). Practical challenges of the Expectancy Theory of Motivation in organizational settings. Makerere Business Journal, 10(1), 100-113.


John, I., Duke II, J., and Akpan, E.S. (2010). Determinants of domestic savings rate in Nigeria (1970-2008). Journal of Management and Organizational Behaviour, 1(3), 1-23.


Duke II, J., and Adesuyi, I. (2011). Job enrichment as a nexus between job satisfaction and organizational efficiency. Ife Business School Journal of Business Management and Development, 1(1), 276-295.


Duke II, J. (2011). Community governance and conflict resolution as tools for managing development in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Commerce, 1(1), 18-31.


Duke II, J. (2011). Importance of identifying and analyzing business development needs for economic survival and sustainable development through human capital. E3 Journal of Business Management and Economics, 2(4), 147-155.


Duke II, J., and Kankpang, K. (2011). Linking corporate governance with organizational performance: New insights and evidence from Nigeria. Global Journal of Management, 11(12), 47-57.


Duke II, J. E., and Udono, E. N. (2012). A new paradigm in traditional human resource management practices. Journal of Management and Sustainability, 2(2).


Duke II ,J., Oko, K.O., and Ushie, M.E. (2015). The relationship between organizational citizenship behaviour and union affiliation and other demographic factors. Proceedings of 42nd Annual Conference of Northeast Business and Economics Association. Indexed in http://www.nbea.us/pb


Duke II, J. (2014). Visionary Company attributes and firm performance: A study of Nigerian SMEs. Proceedings of 7th International Journal of Arts and Science Conference. 07(02), 201-201. ISSN: 1943-6114. Indexed in Index Copernicus


Duke II, J. (2013). An Examination of the Business Strategy and Transformational Leadership Symbiosis. International Journal of Business and Social Research, 3(12), 12-19.


Duke II, J., Efiok, S., Kangkpang, K., and Emenyi, E. (2013). Impediments of Electronic Commerce as a tax revenue facilitator in Nigeria. International Business Research, 6(6), 152-161.


Duke II, J., and Kankpang, K. (2013). Implications of Corporate Social Responsibility for the performance of Nigerian firms. Advances in Management and Applied Economics, 3(5), 73-87.


John, I. J., and Duke II, J. (2013). Macroeconomic factors that influence stock market development in Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Management Review, 1(2), 43-56.


Duke II, J., and Kankpang, K. (2012). Effect of fraud risk reduction strategy on the level of employee fraud in Nigerian public service organizations. Problems Of Management In The 21st Century, 4, 30-44.


Duke II, J., and Edet, G. (2012). Organizational culture as a determinant of Non-Governmental Organizations performance: Primer evidence from Nigeria. International Business and Management,4(1), 66-75.


Duke II, J., Kankpang, K., and Okonkwo, G. (2012). Corporate governance as a driver of organizational efficiency in courier service firms: Empirical findings from Nigeria. Interdisciplinary Journal of Research in Business, 1(11), 26-38.


Duke II, J., and John, I. (2010). Small and Medium Industries’ Equity Investment Scheme as funding strategy for SMEs in Nigeria. International Journal of Innovation in Management Science, 2(1), 88-96.


Duke II, J. (2010). Process consulting as an instrument for organizational development in Nigeria. Journal of Contemporary Management, 1(1), 64-69.


John, I., Duke II, J., and Bassey, B.E. (2009). Stock market development in Nigeria and its correlates: A co-integration and Error Correction approach. Innovation in Management Science, 1(2), 126-136.


Duke II, J. (2006). Entrepreneurship as a Strategy for the Development of the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. Proceedings of the International Conference on Entrepreneurship by Centre for Entrepreneurship Development, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

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Showing All Conferences Attended

UNICEF Projects Desk Officers’ Conference.
The Monitoring and Evaluation Process. UNICEF Projects Desk Officers’ Conference, held at Ikom, Cross River State, Nigeria. 13th February.
Start: Friday 13th February, 2009
End: Friday 13th February, 2009
The 3rd Annual State Conference.
Understanding Transformational Leadership. Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria.The 3rd Annual State Conference, Channel View Hotel, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.
Start: Wednesday 21st August, 2013
End: Thursday 22nd August, 2013
UNDP-IDS Conference on Mainstreaming of Children Issues.
The Budget Process: Linkages between Government Priorities and the Annual Budget. UNDP-IDS Conference on Mainstreaming of Children Issues into the Budgeting Process, held at Ikom, Cross River State, Nigeria.
Start: Monday 21st December, 2009
End: Monday 21st December, 2009
Annual National Conference;Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria.
The importance of identifying and analyzing business development needs for economic survival and sustainable development through human capital. Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria, Annual National Conference, Channel View Hotel, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.
Start: Thursday 8th September, 2011
End: Friday 9th September, 2011
European Union Development Fund (EU-SRIP) Conference.
Budget Monitoring. European Union Development Fund (EU-SRIP) Conference for CSOs on Budget Preparation and Monitoring, Auditing and Interpretation of Budgets, held at Marina Resort, Calabar, Cross River State.
Start: Wednesday 3rd October, 2007
End: Friday 2nd November, 2007
International Conference on Entrepreneurship by Centre for Entrepreneurship Development.
Entrepreneurship as a Strategy for the Development of the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. International Conference on Entrepreneurship by Centre for Entrepreneurship Development, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Port Harcourt, held at Port Harcourt International Airport, Port Harcourt, Rivers State. 22nd – 24th November.
Start: Wednesday 22nd November, 2006
End: Friday 24th November, 2006
International Journal of Arts and Science Conference.
Visionary Company attributes and firm performance: A study of Nigerian SMEs. International Journal of Arts and Science Conference, Harvard University Campus, Boston, MA, USA.
Start: Monday 26th May, 2014
End: Friday 30th May, 2014
2nd Annual State Conference.
The role of the human resource manager in economic transformation. Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria, 2nd Annual State Conference, Channel View Hotel, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.
Start: Thursday 14th July, 2011
End: Monday 14th July, 2014
UNDP/State Planning Commission Conference.
Project Needs Prioritization. UNDP/State Planning Commission Conference on Development Action Plan for Tourism Communities of Cross River State held at Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.
Start: Monday 3rd December, 2007
End: Monday 3rd December, 2007
40th Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA), African Region Conference.
The Impact and Implications of the Economic Meltdown on Sustainable Development in Commonwealth States: A Strategy Perspective for Sub-Saharan African Countries. 40th Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA), African Region Conference, held at Rivers State House of Assembly Complex, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Start: Wednesday 13th May, 2009
End: Monday 25th May, 2009
42nd Annual Conference of Northeast Business and Economics Association (NBEA).
The relationship between organizational citizenship behaviour and union affiliation and other demographic factors. 42nd Annual Conference of Northeast Business and Economics Association (NBEA), The Radisson Hotel, JFK Airport, Jamaica, New York, USA
Start: Thursday 5th November, 2015
End: Saturday 7th November, 2015
1st Commonwealth Women Parliamentary Conference.
Women’s Participation in Democracy and the Achievement of Sustainable Development. The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA), 1st Commonwealth Women Parliamentary Conference, West Africa Region, held at Rivers State House of Assembly Complex, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Start: Thursday 27th May, 2010
End: Saturday 29th May, 2010
UNDP Conference on Poverty-Reduction Programmes.
An Overview of the Millennium Development Goals – NEEDS, SEEDS, SEVEN-POINT AGENDA, LEEDS and CEEDS as National Efforts Towards Achieving the MDGs. UNDP Conference on Poverty-Reduction Programmes, held at Ikom, Cross River State, Nigeria.
Start: Monday 18th August, 2008
End: Monday 18th August, 2008

Showing All Grants Received

Grant Description:
Curriculum development and instructional improvement of Business and Entrepreneurship courses and programs at the University of Calabar.
Grantor:
J. Williams Fulbright Foreign Scholarship

Amount:
23709.00  USD
Date Received:
16.09.2015