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Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi




Senior Lecturer


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About Dr. Bassey Okon Ebi

Dr EBI BASSEY OKON, is a senior lecturer in the department of Economics  University of Calabar,He obtain his Ph.D in Economics (2013), University of Calabar, M.Sc in Economics (2008), and B.Sc (2002) in University of Calabar, He has over thirteen  years immense teaching and research experience in Economics and related subjects at both graduate and undergraduate level. He has published a good number of articles in reputable international and local journals, His vision is to become a top and renowned scholar, with a strong interest in Micro and Macro Economics, Agriculture Economics and public sector Economics. e-mail: [email protected] +2347038116912

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
Ph.D-EconomicsUniversity of Calabar20092014

S/N Publication
Ebi, B.O and Ubi, P.(2017), Education Expenditure and Access to Education: Case Study of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Declaration in Nigeria. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues. 7 (5), 290-298.
Samson, A.A, Ebi. B.O and Umonda E.C (2015). Does Electricity products and use impact on living standard in Africa? Gashua Journal of sciences and Humanities. 1(1),127-140.
Ebi. B. O and J.E Akpan (2014),Nigeria economic performance and bank recapitalization policy; the role of bank branch and deposit trends. Public Policy and Administration Research.4(5), 19-23.
Ebi, B.O.(2018) Financial Sector Development and Tax Revenue in Nigeria. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management.6(6), 93-101.
Uduma, M.K and Ebi, B.O (2007) An elementary study on Agricultural Development and Policy in Nigeria 1(49),978-3353
Ebi, B.O and Ubi P. (2016), Oil Revenue and the Twin Deficit Hypothesis in Nigeria. International Journal of Economics and Management Studies 3(5), 36-44.
Uduma, M.K and B.O Ebi (2009). Access/utilization of Agricultural credits:A case study of female farmers borrowers in Benue State of Nigeria. A Multi-disciplinary journal of university of Calabar graduate school,2(1),232-236.
Udah, B.E and Ebi, B.O(2017) Infrastructure, Human Capital and Industrialization in Nigeria. Nile Journal of Business and Economics. 3(6), 58-77.
Ebi, B.O and Effiom, L. (2016) Public and Private Sectors’ Expenditure Elasticities of Poverty: Evidence from Nigeria. A Multi-disciplinary journal of research and Development perspectives. 4(2), 24-36.
Ubi, P. and Ebi, B.O(2018) Financial Sector Development, Capital Accumulation and Output Growth in Nigeria: an Interactive Approach. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management. 6(4), 361-379.
Ebi, B.O.and Ape,S. A (2014). Supply response of selected Agricultural Export Commodities in Nigeria. Journal of economics and sustainable development.5(5),47-57.
Ebi, B.O., Nathan, E and Ubi, P (2013). Social Capital and Economic Growth Opportunities: A case study of Rural Households in Obudu, Cross River State-Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences (Eonomics).13(2),13-16.
Ebi, B. O.and Nathan, E (2013), Institutional Quality, Petroleum Resources and Economic Growth: a Difference-in-Indifference Approach Using, Nigeria, Brazil and Canada. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science.3(20),198-206.
Okoh, A. S.,andEbi, B.O (2013), Infrastructure Investment, Institutional Quality, and Economic growth in Nigeria: An Interactive Approach. European Journal of Humanities and Social sciences. 26(1),1343-1358.
Ubi, P. and Ebi, B.O (2017), Remittance, Capital Flight and Poverty: Lesson from Nigeria. International Journal of Economics and Management Studies. 4(5), 49-61.
Ebi, B.O and Nwachi, L. A (2015) Leadership and police officers performance: The role of work capacity, motivation and behaviour relationship 3(8) 1-9.
Ebi, B.O, Abu. M., and Clement, O. D (2013). The Relative Potency of External and Domestic Debts on Economic performance in Nigeria. European Journal of Humanities and social sciences. 27(1),1415-1429.
Ebi. B.O and Uduma (2009). Nigerian Agricultural sector and budgetary allocation 1990-2008. Global journal of agriculture, University of Calabar. 8(1), 21-24
Ebi, B.O and Samson, A.(2016), By how much Will Faster Economic Growth Boost Government Revenue in Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Development Studies. 4(2), 145-158.
Udah, B.E and Ebi, B.O (2016) Diagnosis of Nigeria Inclusive Growth: A Composite Index Approach. British Journal of Economics, Finance and Management sciences 12 (2). 49-58.
Ebi, B.O and Imoke, D.I (2017), Public Debt Carrying Capacity and Debt Transmission Channels: The Nigerian Experience. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues. 7(5), 41-52.
Effiom, L. and Ebi, B. O (2016) Foreign Direct Investment in Cross River State, Nigeria: An Evaluation of Investment Policy Framework. Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies. 58(3),389-409.
Ebi, B.O., Isonkwo, A .E and Ekwok, I. (2012). Globalization and Economic instability in Nigeria. A Multi disciplinary journal of research and Development perspectives, University of Calabar.1(2),242-248,
Ebi, B.O and Nathan E. (2014). commercial bank credits and industrial sector growth in Nigeria. Journal of economics and sustainable development. 5(9), 1-11.
Ebi, B.O and Oluwafemi, A. (2017), Tax Reforms and Tax Yield in Nigeria. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues. 7 (3), 768-778.

S/N Grant Currency/Amount Grantor Date
TETFUND Institutional Based Research GrantNRN 1874000TETFUND2014-09-10

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