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Dr. Bassey Enya Ndem




Lecturer I


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About Dr. Bassey Enya Ndem

Dr. Bassey Enya Ndem was employed into the Department of Economics, University of Calabar, Calabar 2010 as Assistant Lecturer and rose to the rank of Lecturer I in 2017. He attended the University of Calabar, Calabar between 1998 and 2002, where he was awarded a B. Sc. degree in Economics. He enrolled for a Masters degree programme in the University of Calabar between 1984 and 2008 with M.Sc. degree in Economics. He went for a computer program with Pacific Computers and had a Diploma in computer programming in 2007. He then proceeded for His PhD in 2009 and graduated in 2015 with a PhD degree in Econmic Development and Planning. Dr. Ndem has taught many courses in his area of specialization for over 10 years in the Department. He has also engaged in graduate student teaching, research and scientific mentoring. He has attended several conferences where he made presentations and useful contributions in his area of specialty Dr. Ndem has a practical research experience with international organizations such as USAID and European Union. He was also involved as a facilitator to the Government of Cross River State to develop the Local Empowerment Development Strategy, a World Bank Assisted Programme in 2011. Dr. Ndem is a life member of Nigerian Economic Society and has published several articles in reputable local and international peer reviewed journals.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving CertificateImmaculate Conception Primary School, Igbo Imabana, Abi Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria19761982
Senior Secondary School CertificateIgbo Imabana Secondary School, Igbo Imabana, Abi Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria19821988
B. Sc. EconomicsUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria19972002
M. Sc. EconomicsUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20042008
Diploma in Computer SciencePpacific Computer College, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20062006
PhD EconomicsUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20102015

S/N Publication
Okon, A. N., Ndem, B. E., & Onoja, T. C. (2020). Commercial Bank Loan and Economic Growth In Nigeria. Journal of the social sciences, 48(3): 1254-1273.
Oparah, F. C., Ndem, B. E., & Ohatu, O. (2020). The Role of Non-State Actors in Strengthening the Developmental Capacity of the State: A Case Study of Cross River State, Nigeria. Business and Economic Research, 10(2), 153-
Ndem, B. E., Abuh-Amasi, S., & Abang, (2020). Elephant Chart: The African Experience: A Comparative Analysis Using Twenty Selected Countries in Africa. International Journal of research and Scientific Innovation, VII(II):126-135
Ubi, P., & Ndem, B. E. (2019). Poverty and Health Outcomes in Nigeria. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues 9(6), 132-141.
Ndem, B. E.,Egbe, J. E., & Evor, I. A. (2019). Effect of Niger Delta Crisis on Crude Oil Production in Nigeria. European Journal of Accounting, Finance and Investment, 5(9)., 19-29.
Ndem, B. E., Ujong, O. L., & Edim, A. (2019). Problems of vehicular traffic and Its Implication on the Economy: A Study of Calabar Metropolis. International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation, VI(XI).54-61
Opue, J. A., & Ndem, B. E. (2019). The effect of Fiscal Policy on Price and Output Stabilization in Nigeria:1970-2017. IJO-International Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research, 2(9): 1-14
Ndem, B. E., Unuafe, B. O., & Egbe, J. (2019). Economic Impacts of Effluent Composition of a Process Industry on the Receiving Environment: A Study of Port Harcourt Refining Company. Economics and Social Sciences Academic Journal 1(6): 29 – 38.
Nadum, N K., & Ndem, N. B. (2019). Arma Modelling and Forecasting Of Nigerian Inflationary Index From 1961 – 2019. Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences 11(2): 71-77
Ndem, B. E., & Egesi, O. K. (2018). Does Gross Domestic Products Granger Cause Environmental Pollution in Nigeria or Vice Versa. International Journal of Advanced Research and Publication, 2(8)., 23-27.
Ndem, B. E., Effiong, C. E., & Obot, I. S. (2018). Impact of Entrepreneurial Development on Employment Creation in Cross River State: A Case of The National Directorate of Employment. International Journal of Academic Research in Economics and Management Sciences, 7(4): 89-102
Ndem, B. E., Baghebo, M., & Egesi, O. K. (2017). Income Effect and Environmental Sustainability in Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management 5(12)., 7741-7749.
Ndem, B. E., Okoi, O. B., & Abam, M. E. (2019). Government Health Expenditure and Economic Growth in Nigeria: Evidence from ARDL Modeling. Economic and Social Sciences Academic Journal, 1(7)., 20-36.
Ndem, B. E., & Onyemaechi, K. E. (2015). Economic Analysis of Limestone Production and utilization in Portland Cement Manufacturing: A Study of the United Cement Company of Nigeria Ltd (UNICEM). Calabar, Nigeria. Multi-disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives 4(2): 205-214
Ndem, B. E., Baghebo, M., & Awa, O. C. (2012) Child Labour in Nigeria and its Economic Implications: A Case Study of Calabar Municipality. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 2(9): 149-159.
Ubi, P. S., Eko A. S and NDEM B. E (2012). Corruption and its Implication for Actualizing Vision 20-2020. Global Journal of Social Sciences 11(1)., 41-51.
Ndem, B. E., Baghebo, M., & Awa, O. C. (2012). Social capital, Corruption and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Case Study of Some Contracts Awarded by Niger Delta Development Commission in Akwa Ibom and Cross River State. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 3(11)., 53-63.
Ndem, B. E. Bassey, C. E., & Awa, O. C. (2012). Cost-benefit Analysis of Anti-retroviral Therapy (ART). for HIV/AIDS Treatment and its Economic Implications in Nigeria. Global Journal of Social Sciences, 11(1)., 63-72.
Opue, J. A., Ndem, B. E., & Okon, E. (2019). The Impact of Shadow Economy on Government Revenue in Cross River State. . IJO-International Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research, 2(9): 1.39

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