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Dr. Hodo Bassey Riman


Banking and Finance


Senior Lecturer


[email protected]

About Dr. Hodo Bassey Riman

Dr Hodo Bassey Riman is a lecturer in the Department of Banking and Finance, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria. He joined the University of Calabar in November, 2010. He was appointed Acting Head of the Department, a position he successfully held between 2016-2018. Dr Hodo B. Riman is an alumnus of the University of Calabar, He holds a Ph.D (Finance), M.Sc. (Finance) and a B.Sc. (Economics), all degrees were awarded by the prestigious University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria. Dr Hodo B. Riman is a seasoned scholar with research interest in Development Finance, Health System Financing and Financial Economics. He is currently supervising three doctoral dissertations, four Master of Science (Finance) thesis. He has also successfully supervised six MBAs and five PGDM projects. Dr Riman was a member of a team of Consultants who carried out SKILL-GAP analysis for Cross River State government. He has attended several seminars and conferences within and outside Nigeria where he made presentations. Dr Hodo B. Riman is a member of different registered professional bodies including International Health Economics Association (iHEA) (MEMBER), International AIDS Society (IAS). The Netherlands (Member), Institute of Company and Commercial Accountants of Nigeria (Associate Member), Portfolio and Debt Management Institute of Nigeria (Associate Member). Dr Hodo B. Riman sits as editorial board member of Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance, American Institute for Research and Development and American Association of International Researchers, USA.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCPresbyterian Primary school,Ikom19761982
WAECCommunity Secondary Grammar School,Ugep19831987
B.Sc. EconomicsUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State Nigeria19961999
M.Sc. FinanceUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State 2005 20032005
PhD FinanceUniversity of Calabar,Calabar20112016

S/N Publication
Offiong, A. I., Riman, H. B., & Godwin, J.B. (2018) Financial Contagion and Its Impact on the Nigerian Stock Market. Journal of Economics and Business 1(3); 268-281
Offiong, A. I., Riman, H. B., & Akpan E.S. (2016) Foreign exchange fluctuations and commercial banks profitability in Nigeria. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting 7(18); 121-126
Offiong, A I.,Riman, H.B., & Eyo, E. E (2016)Determining Optimal Portfolio in a three-Asset Portfolio Mix in Nigeria. Journal of Mathematical Finance 6(4); 524-540.
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.
Riman, H. B., 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, 2 (17);48-60
Riman, H B., Akpan, E S., & Offiong, A. I. (2013). Asymmetric effect of Oil price shock on Exchange Rate volatility, Industrial Output and Domestic Investment in Nigeria. British Journal of Economic Management and Trade.(4), 513-532.
Akpan, E S., Riman, H B., Duke II, J., & Mboto, H W. (2012) Industrial Production and Non-Oil Export; Assessing the Long-run Implication on Economic Growth in Nigeria. International Journal of Finance and Economics, 4(2);252-259.
Akpan, E. S. & Riman, H. B. (2012) Healthcare Financing and Health outcomes in Nigeria. A State Level Study using multivariate analysis. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 2(15) ; 296-306.
Akpan, E. S & Riman, H. B (2012) Does Corporate Governance Affect Bank Profitability: Evidence from Nigeria. American International Journal of Contemporary Research 2(7);135-145.
Akpan, E S., Riman, H B., & Mboto, H W. (2011) Innovation Financing, Industrial production and the Growth of Nigeria’s Non-Oil Exports. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development 3 (1); 121-142.
Riman, H B., & Akpan, E S. (2010) Causality between Poverty, Health Expenditure and Health Status: Evidence from Nigeria using VECM. European Journal of Economics Finance and Administrative Sciences. (27); 120-129.
Riman, H B., & Bassey, J U.(2009) Tax Policies and Its Impact on Investment in Nigeria. Journal of Social Policy and National Productivity (2009). 1 (1).
Riman, H.B., Esor, I.E & Eyo,E.E (2008) Stock market performance and economic growth in Nigeria, A causality investigation. Global Journal of Social Science. 7(2); 85-91
Riman, H B., Bassey, J U & Edame, E. (2007) Financial Structure, Bank Performance and Economic Growth in Nigeria. Global Journal of Social Sciences. 6 (2).

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Annual conference of Management and Social Science Forum, held at University of Calabar Hotel, Calabar.Financial Structure, Bank Performance and Economic Growth in Nigeria.2006-05-182006-05-21
18th International Conference on Business, Economics and Finance held in Boston, USAPublic Debt Shocks and Public Goods Provisioning in Nigeria: Implication for National Development.2016-11-152016-11-18