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Dr. Iyeli Ibe Iyeli




Associate Professor


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About Dr. Iyeli Ibe Iyeli

Iyeli I. Iyeli holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Master of Science (M.Sc.) and Doctorate (Ph.D) degrees in Economics. He has also bagged a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Management. Dr. Iyeli is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics, University of Calabar. His areas of specialization and research interest are Econometrics, Mathematical Economics, Monetary Economics, International Economics and Economic Theory. He has been teaching and researching in these areas of Economics for years. Dr. Iyeli has taught Economics at both undergraduate and graduate levels.He is technically skilled, talented and effective in computational economics. He has to his credit more than 30 articles published in learned journals within and outside Nigeria. Dr. Iyeli is a teacher, researcher and economic-management consultant. He has a very rich background and diversified teaching experiences in various universities in Nigeria. This makes him a worthy recipient ofthe prestigious fellows of the Institute of Operations Research of Nigeria and Institute of Chartered Economist of Nigeria. He is also a member of the Nigerian Economic Society and European Center for Research Training and Development, United Kingdom. He is happily married with children.

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Iyeli, I. I. and Alex, B. E. (2007). Inflation stabilization policy in Nigeria, 1970-2001. African Journal of contemporary Issues. Vol. 7, No. 2, Pg. 45-72, September.
Enang, B. Udah, Peter Ubi and Iyeli Iyeli (2016).  Economic Transformation and Industrialization: The Nigerian Experience,  Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa. Vol. 18, No.1. Pp. 014-026.  (Google Scholar).
Iyeli, I. I. and Akpan, P.I. (2005): An Analysis of External Debt and Economic Growth in a Developing Economy: The Nigerian Journal of Monetary Economics, VoL 5 Nos 4 and 5, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, pp. 132 -153.
Iyeli, I. I., M. A. Ijomah and S. G. Nenbee (2011), Econometric Modeling: An Application to the Demand for Electricity in Nigeria A Journal of Contemporary Research, Universal     Academic Services, Beijing, China. Vol 8 Issue 2 June. pp  209-221 (indexed  in Google scholar).
Iyeli, I. I. (2005), The Effectiveness of Monetary and Fiscal Policy Measures in Economic Stabilization in Nigeria A Theoretical Discussion, Nigerian Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 5 No. 4 and 5, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, pp. 31 - 53.
Iyeli, I.I. (2007): Dynamic Generalization of Output Stabilization in a Developing Economy: The Nigerian Experience, Adamawa Journal of Social and Development Studies Vol. 1. No. I, Adamawa State University, Mubi.
Iyeli, I.I (2003), An Econometric Study of Exchange Rate Volatility in Nigeria: An Error Correction Methodology Nigerian Journal of Economic and Development matters, Vol. 2 No. 1, December, pp 132-151.
Iyeli, I. I.& E. B. Udah  (2013). Capital flight and Economic growth: The Nigerian Experience. Multi-disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives Vol. 2, No. 1, Pp. 56-66. June. Faculty of Social sciences, University of Calabar.   
Iyeli, I. I. et al (2012), Economic meltdown: An Examination of country – to – country experiences and policy options. EBSU Journal of Social Sciences Review. Vol.3  No. 1. September. Pp. 58-70, Faculty of Social Sciences, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki(Published after Appointment).
Iyeli, I. I., Anthony Imoisi and Aham Kelvin Uko(2011).Cointegration and Econometric Analysis of Non-Stationary Data in Nigeria: Empirical Evidence. A Journal of Contemporary, Research, Universal Academic Services, Beijing, China Vol 8. Issue 1 March .pp  194-213 (indexed  in Google scholar).
Iyeli, I. I. and Efoli, I. U. (2007). Testing for the presence of autocorrelation, multicollinearity  and heteroskedasticity in a regression  model of the Nigerian economy. African Journal of Contemporary Issues. Vol. 7, No. 1, 119-141, January.
Iyeli, I. I.  (2007). Determinants of poverty and social sector development in Nigeria. The International Journal Series  on Tropical Issues.  Vol. 8, No. 2, Pg. 137-163, May.   
Iyeli, I. I. et al (2008). A Critical Appraisal of Exchange rate Policies and the Value of Domestic Currency in Nigeria, 1970 - 2002. The International Journal of Contemporary Research Universal Academic Services, Beijing, China. Vol.5 June. Pp 279-297 (Indexed in  Google scholar).
Ewah, S.O.E, Iyeli, I.I. and Efa, E. E. (2007), The Effect of Liquidation and Distress in the Nigerian Banking Industry; The role of Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation. An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs Vol. 9 No. 2, April, University of Calabar. (Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar).   
I. I. Iyeli, S. G. Nenbee and J. A. Opue (2011). An Econometric Analysis of the Effect of Exchange Rate Volatility on Tradable Goods in Nigeria, 1985-2008.Annals of Humanities and Development Studies Universal Academic Services, Beijing,China.Vol.2, No.2,September, (Indexed/Abstracted in Google Scholar).
Iyeli I. I. andOkey, O. Ovat (2017). Budget deficits and current Account Disequilibrium in Nigeria: An Econometric Investigation. International Journal of Development and Economic Sustainability. ECRTD.  Vol. 5, Issue 3. UK.
Iyeli, I.I., Efoli, I.U. and Ezi, C.T. (2007), Real Exchange Rate Fluctuations in Nigeria: A Review. African Journal of Stability and Development Vol 1. No. 2, PP 147-172  August.  Department of Political Science, AdekunleAjasin University, AkungbaAkoko.
Iyeli, I. I. and P.N. Medee (2008), Development in the study of Co-integrated Macroeconomic Variables: An Application to External Debt and Macroeconomic Stability in Nigeria. Adamawa Journal of Management and Decision Analysis Vol. 1 No. 1 January. Pp. 91-105. Department of Business Administration, Adamawa State University Mubi.
Iyeli, I. I., C.T. Ezi and S. O. E. Ewah (2006): Efficiency of Stock Market Operations in Developing Economics; An Empirical Evidence from Nigeria, Nigerian Journal of Monetary Economics Vol. 6 No. 6 and 7, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Iyeli, I. I., A. K. Uko and A. Imoisi (2011). Monetary Development and Effects on Economic Growth in Nigeria: An Econometric Investigation using Vector autoregression modeling. Annals of Humanities and Development Studies. 2 (2), 41-72. China.     
Iyeli, I. I.  and E. O. Oni (2007), Debt  Management in Developing Economies: A Critical Assessment   of the Strategies and Policies in Nigeria. Adamawa  Journal of Social and Development  Studies. Vol. 1, No.1, pp. 123-137. Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, Adamawa State University, Mubi.
Iyeli I. I.  and Greg, E. Edame (2017). Price expectation and the Philips curve hypothesis: The Nigerian case. International Journal of Development and Economic Sustainability European centre for Research Training and Development. Vol. 5, Issue 3. UK.  
Iyeli, I. I (2007), A Re-examination of Exports and Economic Growth Nexus  inDeveloping Economies: An  Empirical  Evidence from Nigeria, Adamawa Business Journal . Vol. 2, No.1, Department of Business Administration, Adamawa  State University, Mubi.
Iyeli. I. I., G. I. Ugbong and E.E. Efa (2006); Impact of Sectoral Bank Credit on Economic Growth in Nigeria: An Empirical Evidence from selected sectors of the Economy. Nigerian Journal of Monetary Economics Vol. 6 No. 6 and 7, University of Port Harcourt.
Iyeli, I.I. and Ijomah, M. A. (2013), A Re-examination  of Fiscal Policy Applicability in Nigeria’s Economic, Growth Process: An Econometric  Policy evaluation from Empirical Evidence. American Journal of Social Sciences  and Humanities. Vol. 3. Issue 4, July, pp 180-188 (Indexed   in EBSCOhost, Google Scholar, Electronic Resource, Georgetown Library/New Jour, Index Copernicus, World Cat, open J-gate, U/rich web and GdNet).
Iyeli. I. Iyeli, Enang B. Udahand  Emmanuel Akpan(2012). The relative effectiveness of Monetary and Fiscal Policies in Economic Stabilization in a Developing Economy: An empirical evidence from Nigeria. Annals of Humanities  and Development Studies . Vol. 3, No.3, November,  (Indexed  in Google Scholar).
Iyeli, I. I. (2013),  Nigerian Economic Management Approach:  An Examination of the Keynesians- Monetarist Debate. American  Journal of Social  Sciences  and Humanities. Vol. 3, No.5, September  pp 266-284 (Indexed   in EBSCOhost, Google Scholar, Electronic Resource, Georgetown Library/New Jour, Index Copernicus, World Cat, open J-gate, U/rich web and GdNet).
Iyeli, I.I. and N.O. Ejoh (2004). Macroeconomic Stabilization Policy and Inflation  Management in Nigeria,   1970 - 2003: A Performance Review. Nigerian South East Journal of Agricultural Economics and Extension Vol. 6 No. 1 and 2 pp 26 - 34, University ofCalabar and University of Uyo.
Iyeli I. I. and Clement, Utting (2017). Exchange rate volatility and Economic Growth in Nigeria. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management. Vol. 5, Issue 7   (Indexed in Crossref, Nasa Database, American National Engineering Database, Google Scholar,  Index Copernicues, etc.
Iyeli I. I. and Ayadu, E.  Kofie (2016). The phenomenon of capital flight in third world countries: Evidence from selected oil Firms in Nigeria. Swift Journal of Economics and International Finance. Vol. 2 (2), Pp. 014-027, August.

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National Conference on Environment and Sustainable Economic Development in Nigeria, Nigeria Environmental Society, Hotel Presidential Port Harcourt.Paper Delivered: Iyeli, I.I. (2005), An Economic Study of Petroleum Exploration and Production in the Niger Delta States: An Assessment of its Environmental Crisis and Sustainable Economic Development in Nigeria. 2005-11-232005-11-26
Management and Social Science Forum. Conference Centre University of Calabar, CalabarPaper Delivered: Iyeli, I.I. and N.O. Ejoh (2006),A Test of Causality of Growth in Bank Credit and Economic Growth in Nigeria, 1970-2003. Proceedings of Annual Conference on Social and Management Science for Self Reliance: Challenges for Developing Countries of the World. 2006-06-282006-06-29
Proceedings of Annual Conference on Management and Social Science Forum. Conference Centre, University of Calabar. CalabarPaper Delivered: Iyeli, I.I. et al (2006), A Theoretical Framework for Trade-Growth Nexus in Developing Economies: The African Experience. 2006-06-282006-06-29
Advances In Business-Related Scientific Research Conference Italy. Paper Delivered: Nyong, M. O. and I. I. Iyeli (2014): Multiple structural breaks in the Gambia’s Macroeconomic time series data: Evidence from Lumsdaine and Papell Approach. 2014-02-262014-02-28