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Name

Prof. Cornelius Mpancor Ojong

Department

Banking and Finance

Designation

Professor

Email

[email protected]


About Prof. Cornelius Mpancor Ojong

Prof. Cornelius M. Ojong is a professor in the Department of Banking and Finance, University of Calabar. Calabar, hold a Ph.D degree in Banking and Finance from University of Calabar (2006) and was the Acting Head of Department of Banking and Finance from 2008-2010 and 2014-2016. I had been the Sub Dean of the Faculty of Management Sciences University of Calabar from 2012 – 2014 and had also serve as the exams officer in Banking and Finance CES Programme from 2001- 2010. I was also a member of the University Central Timetable Committee and had served as a faculty representative with Independent Corrupt Practices and other related Offences Committee (ICPC). I have up to date successfully supervised four Ph.Ds,  eight M.Scs, several MBA and PGDM Students. My email address and phone number are as follows: [email protected]  08037076912


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Ojong, C. M., Ogar, A. and Oka F. A. (2017). Financial deepening and manufacturing sector growth in Nigeria. International Journal of Development Finance, 7(4), 12540-12547. ISSN: 2230-9926 (Thomas Reuters) http://www.journalijdr.com.
Ojong, C. M., Oka, F. A. and Ogar A. (2015). Determinant of foreign direct investment inflow to Nigeria. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 20(8) 34-43 Google Scholar (IOSR-JHSS) www.iosrjournals.org.
Ojong C. M., Oka, F. A. and Ogar. A. (2015). The role of deposit money banks on the growth of SMEs in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Social Sciences Reseach 6(2). 1047-1054. (Google Scholar) www.jssronline.com
Ojong, C. M., Akpan, E.S. and Nneji I.D (2015). Empirical analysis on the applicability of the term structure of interest rate theory in Nigeria. Journal of Economic and Sustainable Development 6(2) 68-77 ISSN 2222-2855 (Google Scholar) www.iiste.org.
Ojong, C. M. (2004). Breaking the bottleneck of owing in business. West African Journal of Research and Development in Education. 11(1) 74-89.
Barnard, E. B., Ojong C.M., and Okoro. A.S.W. (2013). Modelling the stochastic behaviour of Nigerian stock returns: An application of the arch process. Journal of Management and Social Sciences1(1) 28-39 (Google Scholar).
Ojong C. M., Ogar, A. and Udoka, C. O. (2015). The impact of stock price volatility on the performance of the Nigerian stock market for the period 1990-2011. Journal of Archives of Business Research 3(4) 78-92 Google Scholar) DOI:10.14738/abr.34.1330
Ojong, C. M., Owui, H. O. and Effiong C. O. (2013). Effect of budget deficit financing on the development of the Nigerian economy (1980-2008). European Journal of Business and Management 5(3). 61-84. ISSN 2222-2839 (Google Scholar) www.iiste.org
Oka F. A., Ogar, A. and Ojong, C. M. (2017). The impact of fiscal policy on the performance of the manufacturing sector in Nigerian. Euro-Asian Journal of Economics and Finance, 5(1), 11-22 (Google Scholar), www.absronline.org/journal
Effiok S.O., Ojong, C.M. and Obal U. E.(2012). The implication of occupational fraud and financial abuse on the performance of companies in Nigeria. Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business 4(7) 516-533 (Google Scholar) ijcrb.webs.com.
Ojong, C. M., Nkamare, S. E. and Ogar, A. (2016). Government expenditure and its implications on Nigerian economy. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences(ISOR-JHSS), 21(1), 50-55 (Google Scholar) www.iosrjournals.org.
Ojong, C. M., Ogar, A. and Oka, F. A. (2016). Impact of tax revenue on economic growth: Evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Economic and Finance (IOSR-JEF), 7(1), 32-38, (Google Scholar) www.iosrjournals.org
Atsu I. A., and Ojong, C. M. (2014). The role of government in the development of MSMEs in Nigeria between 1991 and 2012. International Journal of Business and Social Research 4(12).(Google Scholar) http://www.thejournalofbusiness.org/index.php/site.
Ojong. C. M. (2009). An evaluation of credit delivery strategies to small scale enterprises in Nigeria. The Leajon 1(1) 142-150.
Ita J. J., Ojong, C. M. and Akpan, E.S. (2010). Determinants of stock market development in Nigeria using error correction model approach. Global Journal of Social Sciences 9(1) 29-37 ISSN 1596-6216 (Google Scholar) http://www.globaljournalsseries.com.
Ojong, C. M., Ekpuk, A., Ogar, A. and Emori, E. G. (2014). Banking sector reforms in Nigeria: A regular imperative for a sustainable banking industry. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting 5(3). 166-189. ISSN 2222-2847 (Google Scholar) www.iiste.org
Ojong, C. M. (2001). Exchange rate fluctuation and its effect on investment in Nigeria. West African Journal of Research and Development in Education. (WAJRAD) 9(1) 85-93.
Imegi, J. C., Ojong, C. M. and Offiong A. I. (2009). The impact of foreign exchange policy on bank profitability in Nigeria. Journal of Business and Economic Research 1(3) 271-277. ISSN 978-37967.-9-8
Atsu I. A., and Ojong, C. M. (2014). The role of government in the development of MSMEs in Nigeria between 1991 and 2012. International Journal of Business and Social Research 4(12).(Google Scholar) http://www.thejournalofbusiness.org/index.php/site.
Ojong, C. M., Akpan, E. S., John, I. J. and Esu, A. A. (2009). Issues and prospect of banking capital structure determinants in Nigeria. Journal of Management and Entrepreneur 2(1) 45-53.
Ojong, C. M. (2003). The Nigerian banking system: a case for professionalism and ethics. The Enterprise. 5(4) 32-41.
Riman, H. B., Akpan, E.S., Offiong, A.I. and 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 Finance Economics 1(2) 48-60. ISBN 2301-2942 (Google Scholar)
Ojong, C. M., Bassey, B. E. and Ogar, A. (2016). Impact of 2007-2009 global financial crisis on cocoa exportation in Nigeria. Advance in Social Sciences Research Journal, 3(13), 59-76 (Scopus), DOI:10.14738/assrj.313.2405

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