Mr. Donald Ugochukwu ChukwumaezeDepartment
Mr. Donald Ugochukwu Chukwumaeze hails from Uli in Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State. He is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Economics, University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State. He holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Economics from the University of Abuja, Abuja and Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Economics from the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State. Mr. Chukwumaeze was employed as an Assistant Lecturer on 24th June, 2018. His areas of teaching and research interest include Econometrics, Mathematics for Economists, Statistics for Economists, Operations Research, Research Methods, Financial Economics, International Economics, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Ecological Economics, Climate Change Economics and Development Economics. He has published in both foreign and domestic peer-reviewed journals on issues relevant to his areas of interest.
|Mba, P. N., Orji, A., Chukwumaeze, D. & Anthony-Orji, O. (2019). Trade Openness and Industrial Output Growth in Nigeria: Empirical Lessons for Diversification. Theoretical and Practical Research in Economic Fields, (10) 2, 105-112.|
|Chukwumaeze, U. D., Eggon, H. A., Yelwa, M. & Esiaka, J. C. (2019). Impact of Interest Rate Fluctuation on Economic Growth in Nigeria. Journal of Economic and Financial Issues, (5) 1, 1-12.|
|Chukwumaeze, U. D., Eggon, H. A., Yelwa, M. & Osuoha, R. C. (2019). An Impact Analysis of the Relationship between Money Supply and Interest Rate in Nigeria. Journal of Economic and Financial Issues, (5) 1, 56-67.|
|Chukwumaeze, D. U., Osuoha, R. C., Amaduche, S. & Ozemede, P. O. (2018). Impact of Non-Oil Exports on Economic Growth in Nigeria. Bingham Journal of Economics and Allied Studies, (1) 2, 254-262.|
|Amana, S. A., Chukwumaeze, D. U. & Osuoha, R. C. (2018). Crowding Out Hypothesis: Does the Federal Government Expenditure Crowds Out State and Local Government Expenditures in Nigeria? Bingham Journal of Economics and Allied Studies, (1),1 269-277.|
|Chukwumaeze, D. U., Isa, M. N., Salihu, D. S., Yusuf, A. H. & Lola, G. K. (2016). Asymmetric Oil Price Shocks and Exchange Rate Behaviour in Nigeria: An Empirical Analysis. Journal of Arid Zone Economy, (12) 3, 21-31.|
|Lola, G. K., Yusuf, A. H., Akanbi, S. B. & Chukwumaeze, U. D. (2015). Chinaâ€™s Engagement in Africa: An Analytical Literature Review. Lapai International Journal of Management and Social Sciences, (8) (1), 300-317.|
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|African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) in Post Covid-19 Era: What Next for Nigeria? The 60th Annual (Virtual) Conference of the Nigerian Economic Society (NES), NAF Base, Kado, Abuja, Nigeria||Trade Flows and Industrial Output Growth in Nigeria: The Role of Regionalism||0000-00-00||0000-00-00|
|Globalization and Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria. University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) International Annual Conference, Enugu State, Nigeria||Trade Openness and Industrial Output Growth: Empirical Lessons for Nigeria||0000-00-00||0000-00-00|
|Indigenous Technology and Value Chain Development. 4th Annual Conference on Microfinance and Enterprise Development held at the LAPO Institute, Benin City, Edo State||Agricultural Financing and Value Chain Development in Nigeria: An Empirical Analysis||0000-00-00||0000-00-00|
|Management, Technology and Sustainable Development in Nigeria. 3rd Annual National Conference on Management, Technology and Sustainable Development in Nigeria held at the College of Management and Social Sciences, Salem University, Kogi State, Nigeri||The Role of Private Consumption in promoting Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Study of Information and Communication Technology||0000-00-00||0000-00-00|