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Dr. Amenawo Ikpa Offiong


Banking and Finance


Associate Professor


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About Dr. Amenawo Ikpa Offiong

Dr. (Mrs) Amenawo I. Offiong is an Associate Professor of Finance in the Department of Banking and Finance in University of Calabar, Nigeria. She joined the services of the University of Calabar in 2000 as a Graduate Assistant, rose through the ranks, and was promoted Associate Professor in 2016. She is currently the Chairman of the Departmental Graduate Committee, a post she resumed in 2013. Dr. (Mrs) Offiong received her B.Sc. (Hons) degree in Banking and Finance, M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Finance from the University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria in 1998, 2003 and 2006 respectively. She is a seasoned scholar and astute administrator with research and teaching experiences in financial management, corporate finance, bank management, money and banking, monetary theory and policy, insurance and mathematics for finance. Her primary research interest is in the area of institutional finance and she has provided academic leadership in this area and other areas of finance including corporate finance, investment and portfolio analysis and financial intermediation. Dr. (Mrs) Offiong has held various responsibilities within and outside the University community including Acting Dean, Faculty of Management Sciences, Acting Head, Department of Banking and Finance, Hall Warden, Senate Representative for the Faculty of Management Science, amongst others. Dr. (Mrs) Offiong has over twenty articles published in reputable refereed academic journals. She has successfully supervised and co-supervised over three doctoral dissertations, over ten Masters of Science theses and numerous MBA and PGDM projects at the University of Calabar. Dr (Mrs) Offiong is a regular participant in many academic conferences where she presented papers in her field of study. She has served many journals as reviewer. She has also represented the Graduate School as Internal Examiner for over ten Graduate students within the University. Dr (Mrs) Offiong is a member of many professional associations including Academy of Management Sciences. She is married with children.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC).Auntie-Margaret International Nursery and Primary School.19791987
Senior School Certificate (SSCE).Federal Government Girls College, Calabar, Cross River State Nigeria.19881993
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc,), Banking and Finance (Second Class Upper). University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.19941998
Master of Science (M.Sc.), Finance.University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.20002003
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), Finance.University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.20032006

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Offiong, A. I., Riman, H. B., & James, G. B. (2018). Financial contagion and its impact on the Nigerian stock market. Journal of Economics and Business Research, 1(3), 268 - 281.
Offiong, A. I., Riman, H. B., & James, G. B. (2018). Contemporary banking policies and the fragility of the Nigerian banking sector. International Journal of Banking and Finance Research, 4(3), 18 - 29.
Mboto, H. W., Offiong, A. I., & Udoka, C. O. (2018). Venture capital financing and the growth of small and medium scale enterprises in Calabarmetroplis, Cross River State, Nigeria. World Journal of Innovative Research, 5(1), 7-16.
Offiong, A. I. & Nelson, E. (2017). The efficiency of loan recovery rate in deposit money banks in Nigeria. Journal of Finance and Bank Management, 5(2), 40 - 49.
Mboto, H. W., Offiong, A. I., & Ibor, B. I. (2017). Public perception of the treasury single account in Nigeria. Journal of Economics, 5(2), 68 - 77.
Ibor, B. I., Offiong, A. I., & Mendie, E. S. (2017). Financial inclusion and performance of micro, small and medium scale enterprises in Nigeria. International Journal of Research GRANTHAALAYAH, 5(3), 104 -122.
Atsu, I., Offiong, A. I., & James, G. (2017). Tax revenue and its effect on selected macroeconomic indicators in Nigeria. Elixir International Journal, 113(1), 49247 – 49254.
Offiong, A. I. & Ajaude, E. (2017). Capital structure and the performance of quoted companies in Nigeria. International Journal of Management Sciences and Business Research, 6(8), 45-52.
Atsu, I. A. & Offiong, A. I. (2017). Gender balancing and board size as corporate governance strategies: Impact on the financial performance of deposit money banks. International Journal of Research in Management & Social Science, 5(1), 33 - 46.
Offiong, A. I., Udoka, C. O. & Ibor, B. I. (2016). Frauds in Nigerian banking sector: A factor analytical investigation. International Journal of Empirical Finance, 5(1), 55 - 68.
Offiong, A. I., Atsu, I. A., Edward, A., & Ibor, B. I. (2016). The impact of oil price shocks on the economic growth. International Journal of Financial Research, 7(4), 96 -104.
Offiong, A. I., Owui, H. O., & Bassey, I. I. (2016). Bank reforms and its implication on the Nigerian economy. International Journal of Current Research, 8(8), 37357-37363.
Offiong, A. I. & Riman, H. B. (2016). Public Debt Stocks and Public Goods Provisioning in Nigeria: Implication of National Development. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 7(18), 37357- 37363.
Offiong, A. I., Riman, H. B., & Eyoanwan, E. E. (2016). Determining optimal portfolio in a three asset portfolio. Journal of Mathematical Finance, 6(1), 524 - 540.
Offiong, A. I., Riman, H. B., & Akpan, E. S. (2016). Foreign exchange fluctuations and commercial bank profitability. Research Journal of Finance, 7(18), 121 -126.
Eyo, E. I. & Offiong, A. I. (2015). Effect of capital adequacy on the performance of Access Bank PLC (1999-2012). International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance, 6(6), 308 - 313.
Ibi, E. E., Offiong, A. I.,. Udofia, C. E., & Olatunbodum, H. U. (2015). The impact of monetary policy on corporate investment in Nigeria. International Journal of Management Studies and Research, 3(6), 56-62.
Riman, H. B., Offiong, A. I., & Ibi, E. E. (2014). Effect of volatility transmission on domestic stock returns: Evidence from Nigeria. Journal of International Business and Economics, 2(3), 189 - 219.
Offiong, A. I. & Atsu, I. A. (2014). Determinants of foreign direct investment in Nigeria. International Review of Management and Business Research, 3(3), 1538 - 1550.
Riman, H. B., Akpan, E. S., & Offiong, A. I. (2013). Assymetric effect of oil price stocks on exchange rate volatility and domestic investment. British Journal of Economics and Trade, 3(4), 513 - 532.
Hodo B. R., Akpan, E. S. Offiong, A. I., & 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, 1(2), 48 - 60.
Akpan, E. S., Offiong, A. I., Ita, J. J., & Esu, A. A. (2011). Determinants of foreign direct investment and Nigerian economic performance (1970-2008). Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, 2(2), 139 - 146.
Imeji, J. C., Ojong, C. M., & Offiong, A. I. (2009). The impact of foreign exchange policy on bank profitability in Nigeria. Journal of Business and Economic Research, 1(3), 271 - 276.
Offiong, A. I. & Udoka, C. O. (2008). Money stock and general price level as indicators of Nigerian standard of living. Journal of African Contemporary Research: A. B. Annual Collection on Business and Economic Studies, 1(1), 18 - 25.
Udoka, C. O. & Offiong, A. I. (2006). The effect of bank lending to the socio-economic transformation of Nigeria (1980-2005). International Journal of Economic Issues, 6(2), 222 - 232.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
18th International Conference On Business, Economics And Finance, held in Boston, United States Of America. “Public Debt Stocks and Public Goods Provisioning In Nigeria: Implication For National Development ".2016-04-252016-04-26