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Prof. Ikeji Chibueze Christian


Institute Of Public Policy and Administration




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About Prof. Ikeji Chibueze Christian

Chibueze,C.C Ikeji, P.hD is a Professor of Policy and Administration with firm disciplinary and research orientation in Political Science and social Science in general, with over forty-five (45) publications with global outlook and visibility.Professor Ikeji is a distinguished fellow of two notable Professional bodies and a member of a few others. apart from over two decades of academic and research undertaking, Professor ikeji ran served in many capacities in the university administration, including as; Head of department, Director of institute public policy and administration, member of university of calabar senate, member central appointment and promotion committee (A&PC), member of graduate school board. Proffessor ikeji is a consultant in policy and development administration and planning.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCGovernnent Primary School, Aba19671972
WACSChrist the King College (CKC), Onitsha19731977
BSc (Hons) Political & Administrative Studies University of portharcourt, Rivers State19811985
M.Sc Policy & Administrative StudiesUniversity of Calabar, Calabar19861989
PhD Public Administration/ Policy Analysis University of Calabar, Calabar19912000
Post Doctoral FellowshipUniversity of New jersey, USA20022003

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Ikeji, C. C., (2013). Rural Infrastructural Development in Nigeria: Policies and Implementation Strategies. Developing Country Studies. 3(6),122 -128.
Ikeji, C. C, (2013) Towards a Better Public Service Management in Nigeria: The ‘Target-Setting Technique’ to the Rescue. Public, Policy and Administration Research, 3(6),22-25.
Ikeji, C. C., Okpo, O, Utulu,P., Bali,J.L, Akpan,E.I., (2013). Study of Oversight Functions Mechanism of the Legislature of Cross River State, Nigeria: Focus on Public Funds Appropriation and Usage; Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization, 15, 1 -10.
Ikeji, C. C; Utulu, P., Ojah, O., Akpan, E. I. & Ibah, J., (2013). Decentralization and Democratic Local Government in Cross River State, Nigeria: A Fact or Fallacy; Journal of Law. Policy and Globalization 16,1 - 8.
Ikeji, C. C., (2013), A Policy Analysis of the Primary Health Care Delivery Programme in Calabar South Local Government Area: IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (IOSR-JHSS) 14,52-59.
Ikeji, C. C., (2012) Echoes from the National Political Reform Conference: The Agitation for Resource Control Revisited. International Journal of Development and Sustainability (IJDS). 1(3).
Ikeji, C. C., Utulu, P.E., Paul Benedict, E.E., & Theophilus, O .A, (2012). Politics of Revenue Allocation in Nigeria: Paths Not Taken, Issues Not Resolved by the National Political Reform Conference (NPRC). Developing Country Studies, 2(8),1-19.
Ikeji, C. C., Utulu,P., Edem, E., & Ekpenyong,D.C., (2012) Incentive Structure and Work Attitude Among Junior Staff in Cross River State Civil Service. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. 2(11),64 – 69.
Ikeji, C. C., Paul, U., Edem, E, Dominic C. E, (2012). The Nature and Weighting of Major Determinants of Women Participation in Policy Process in Nigeria: Evidence from Akwa Ibom State', Public Policy and Administration Research. Vol.2, No.7, pp. 32 - 39.
Ikeji, C. C., Utulu,P., Adeyemi,J, (2012). Women and Political Office Holding In Cross River State of Nigeria: A Study of Cultural Barriers. Journal of Public Administration and Governance: 2(4), 1-10.
Ikeji, C. C., Nwosu, U. W. & Agba, A. M. O, (2011), Contributory Pension Scheme, Workers Commitment, Retention and Attitude towards Retirement in The Nigerian Civil Service. Global Journal of Management and Business Research, 11(4), 51 - 59.
Ikeji, C. C., Richard, I., Ude, U., (2011), Sub-national Regional Development and Degree-Awarding Tertiary Educational Institutions in Nigeria: Descriptive, Geo-Demographic and Geo-spatial Analyses. Journal of Urban and Regional Analysis, 3(1),77-103.
Ikeji, C.C., (2011), Politics of Revenue Allocation in Nigeria: A Re-visitation. Japan Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences: 2(3), 299-315.
Ikeji, Chibueze C., (2011). 'Federalism and Revenue Allocation in Nigeria: Theory, Practice and Dynamics', African Journal of Social Sciences: 1(2),95-109.
Ikeji, C. C., (2011). The Resource Control Debate: Enthroning Parasitism or Instituting Self-Determination? An International Multidisciplinary Journal. Vol. 5 (5), 25-35.
Ikeji, Chibueze C., (2011) 'Politics of Revenue Allocation in Nigeria: A Reconsideration of some Contending Issues', Sacha Journal of Policy and Strategic Studies, 1(1), 121-136.
Ikeji, C. C., Ingwe, R, & Ojong, F., (2010), Neoliberal Globalization, Financial and Economic Crisis and Sustainable Development in Africa. ICFAI University Journal of Governance and Public Policy, 10(1), 31 - 62.
Ingwe, R., Ikeji, C. C., & Mboto, W., (2010). Forestry, Poverty Alleviation and Human Livelihood Support in Cross River State of Nigeria: An Analysis of Sub-National Agro-Forestry Development Policy in a Poverty-striken Region. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa. 12(2), 414 - 442.
Ingwe, R., Ikeji, C. C., & Mboto, W., (2010), Response of Nigerian Universities to Climate Change Impacts: A Policy Analysis of Programmes and Initiatives in Selected Universities. International Journal of Educational Research and Technology (IJERT), 1(1), 9-18.
Richard, I., Ikeji,C.C., & Otu,E.J.,(2010). Productivity Measurement and Growth in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects. Economia. Seria Management, 13(2), 115.
Ikeji, C. C., Kalu,O.J. & Utulu,P., (2010). Social order, Education and Democracy in Nigeria: Some unresolved questions. African Journal of Business Management 4(14), 2999-3004.
Ikeji, C.C., Ingwe, R., & Ebegbulem,J., (2009). Ecocentric and Anthropocentric Policies and Crises in Climate/Environment Finance and Economy: Implications of the Emerging Policy of the Obama Administration for Africa’s Sustainable Development. African Journal of Political Science and International Relations, 3(11),1 – 12.
Ikeji, C. C., (2007). 'Democratic Institutions and the Challenge of Change Management at the Local Government Level in Nigeria', Journal of Policy and Administrative Studies. 2(1), 18 - 36.
Ikeji, C. C., (2006), 'Professional Development Strategy and the Administration of UBE in Nigeria: Evidence from Bayelsa State' Journal of Policy and Administrative Studies. 1(1), 104-121.
Ikeji, C. C. & Attaide, H., (2006), "A Re-Consideration of Some Theoretical and Empirical Issues in Social Policy Administration: Focus on the Role of Community-Based Organisations (CBOs) in Poverty Alleviation in Itu LGA, AKS, Nigeria". JPAS. 1(2),174-193.
Ikeji, C. C., (2003). The Unfulfilled Promise of Nigeria's Rural Development through the River Basin and Rural Development Authorities (RBRDA)’, Calabar. Journal of Politics and Administration. 2 (1 & 2), 84 - 97.
Ikeji, C. C., (2003). 'On Strategies for Effective Implementation of Rural Development Policies in Nigeria: The "Integrative/Co-operative Model" to the Rescue', Global Journal of Social Sciences, 2(1),1-13.
Ikeji, C. C., (2002). Local Government And Governance In Nigeria: Issues and Ecological Problems', Global Journal of Social Sciences. 1 (1), 45-49.
Ikeji, C. C., (2001). 'Public Opinion and Bureaucratic Actors in Public Policy Process in Nigeria: Some Theoretical and Empirical Observations', Calabar Journal of Politics and Administration, 1(2), 40-51.
Ikeji, C. C., & Ekot, M. E., (2000). 'A Critical Assessment of Past Reforms in Public Enterprises in Nigeria', The Calabar Historical Journal. 4(1),79-95.
Ikeji, C. C., (2000). The Making and Unmaking of Nigeria's indigenization Policies, IJSSP.3(1), March, 140-151.
Ikeji, C. C., (2000). 'Science, Technology and Industrial Policy in Nigeria: Challenges, Problems and Prospects', IJSSP Vol. 3, No. 2, Sept, pp 239 - 250.
Ikeji, C. C., (1998). 'Industrial Relations Policy in Nigeria', International Journal of Social Sciences and Public Policy. 1(1), 140 -151.
Ikeji, C. C., (1998). The Frontiers of Research Methods in Public Policy Studies' International Journal of Social Sciences and Public Policy. 1(2), 1-11.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Conference on Assessment of Nigeria's Democratic Journey so far organised by the center for Advanced Social Science (CASS) in collaboration with open Society Initiative for West Africa, Abuja Political Elites, Violence and Democracy in Nigeria2002-02-182002-02-21
International Political Science Association Conference Paris, FranceCongruities Between Ethnic politics,power and public Policy in Nigeria2002-05-172002-05-18
19th World Congress of International Political Science Asssociation ,Durban South AfricaPolitical Mobilization and Democracy in Nigeria: A Critical Examination of the role of the Civil Society.2003-06-292003-07-04
Nigerian Political Science Association Conference, AbujaNation Building and the Centrifugal Forces in Nigeria: Focus onthe trinity of ethnicity, Religion and Nepotism2004-06-272004-06-30
International Conference on Ethnicity and Politics "what we have Learnt"Dynamics of policy Process in contemporary Nigeria: The Myth or Reality of the ethnicity factor2004-10-012004-10-03
Annual Conference of the Nigerian Political Science Association, NPSA, EnuguRevisiting the Debate on restrucring of Nigeria: Some Clarification and Policy2005-07-142005-07-16
Africa's Stakeholders' Meeting of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate change's CMD policy Review, Johannesburg, South AfricaReflecting on Climate-Changed Development Crises in Africa: Development Administration to the rescue2012-06-042012-06-04
Confronting the Challenges of Development in the Niger Delta: Beyond the Amnesty",Benin CityDevelopment strategies and evasive Development Goals: Policy Analysis, Not Advocacy, to rescue2016-01-182016-01-21
International Journal of Arts & Science Asian -American Conference for Social Science and Humanities, Chiang Mai, Thailandtrackling Unemployment in Nigeria through Agricultural Programmes:the unfulfilled Promise of FADAMA scheme Revisted2016-01-182016-01-21
30th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Political Science Association on Elections, Security Challenges and African Development held at University of PortharcourtCritical Reflections on Nation-Building in the post-Military Era in Nigeria2016-06-262016-06-29