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Dr. Lionel Effiom Ekpo




Lecturer I


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About Dr. Lionel Effiom Ekpo

Dr Lionel Effiom holds a doctorate degree in Economics, specializing in international economics. His teaching and research interests span development economics, macroeconomics, econometrics, quantitative methods, and monetary economics. He also holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degree and is a Solicitor and member of the Nigerian Bar Association.

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Effiom, L. Ubi, P. S. and Okon, E. O. (2012). A Case for Non-interest Banking in Nigeria amidst the Collapsing Paradigms in the Global Economy. International Journal of Business Administration 3(4), 20-30.
Peter Samuel Ubi, Lionel Effiom, Emmanuel O. Okon and Anagha E. Oduneka (2012). An Econometric Analysis of the Determinants of electricity Supply in Nigeria. International Journal of Business Administration 3(4), 72-82.
Effiom, L. (2010) The Paradox of Western Economic Theorizing and Nigeria’s Industrial Development. African Journal of Social Policy and Administration. Vol.3 No. 3 61-73
Effiom, L., Ubi, P. S. and Opue, J. A. (2011) Institutional Reforms and National Transformation: What Challenge for Nigeria? Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, China. Vol.2. No. 2.
Udah, E. B., Ubi, P. & Effiom, L. (2016) “Macroeconomic Reforms, Institutions and Economic Performance in Nigeria” Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa (Volume 18, No.1,) ISSN: 1520-5509. An Institutional based Publication of Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania.
Ubi, P., Effiom, L., & Baghebo, M. (2012).The Dynamics of Institutional Failure and Its Implications on Employment Capacity of the Nigerian Economy. Journal of Emerging trends in Economics and Management Sciences (JETEMS). 3(6), 931 – 939.
Effiom, L. & Archibong, F. E. (2015) The Role of Multilevel Marketing (MLM) in Poverty Alleviation in Calabar–Cross River State, Nigeria: A Case Study of Forever Living Product (Nig.) Ltd. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal –Vol.2, No.2 DOI:10.14738
Effiom, L. & Ubi, P. (2010) The Currency Substitution Phenomenon: Is The Nigerian Economy Immune? Journal of Economic Theory 4 (1):9-13.
Effiom, L. Ubi, P. S. and Okon, E. O. (2012). The Economics of Distortions and the Problem of Measurability: Evidence From Nigeria: American Journal of Business and Management 1(2), 43-53.
Effiom, L. & Ubi, P., (2015) Informal Institutions: The Binding Constraint on Institutional Efficiency in Nigeria British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade 5(3): 258-272, 2015, Article No.BJEMT.022.
Ubi, Peter Samuel, Lionel Effiom and Eyo, Eyo Itam (2012). Monetary Policy and industrialization in an Emerging Open Economy: Lessons from Nigeria. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences 2(8), 270-288.
Ubi, P., & Effiom, L. (2013) The Dynamic Analysis of Electricity Supply and Economic Development: Lessons from Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Society. Vol. 2 No. 1. 1 -11.
Iyeli, I. I., Effiom, L. E. and Oshi, J.E.O. (2012) Economic Meltdown: An Examination of Country to Country Experiences and Policy Options. EBSU Journal of Social Sciences ISSN: 2315-604X. Review Vol. 3. No. 1. 58-70
Ogbuagu, U., Ubi, P. & Effiom, L. (2014) “Corruption and Infrastructural Decay: Perceptible Evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development. ISSN 2222-2855 (Online) Vol.5, No.10, 20.
Ubi, P., Effiom, L., & Okon, E. (2013).Poverty and Its Related Theories: Reassessing the Relevance: American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities. Vol. 3 No. 3. 152 -158.
Ubi, P. S. & Effiom, L. (2015) Financial and Non-financial Determinants of Savings in a Developing Economy: Evidence from Nigeria. Multi-disciplinary Journal of Research And Development Perspectives. Vol. 4 No. 2
Peter Ubi and Effiom, L. (2015) Domestic Resource Mobilization and Industrial Performance In Nigeria. West African Financial and Economic Review (WAFER). Vol. 13, No. 2. 133 -156.
Ubi, P. S. and Effiom, L. (2010). An Empirical Study of Poverty in Calabar and Its Environs. Global Journal of Social Sciences 9(1), 39-43.
Effiom, L. & Ubi, P. (2016) Deficit, Decay and Deprioritization of Transport Infrastructure in Nigeria: Policy Options for Sustainability. International Journal of Economics and Finance; Vol. 8, No. 3
Ebi, B. O. & Effiom, L. (2016) Public and Private Sectors’ Expenditure Elasticities of Poverty: Evidence from Nigeria. Multi-disciplinary Journal Of Research And Development Perspectives . Vol. 5 No. 1
Effiom, L. & Ubi, P. (2012).Trade Openness and Domestic Savings Nexus in Developing Countries: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria: European Journal of Scientific Research. Vol. 86 No. 3, 428 – 442.
Effiom, L. and Ubi, P. S. (2010) Sustainable Development and the Role of Institutions in Nigeria. International Journal of Development Studies Vol. 5 Number 4, 44-53
Effiom, L. Ubi, P. S. and Okon, E. O. and Eyo, E. I. (2011). Trade Liberalization and Human Capital in Nigeria: A vector Autoregressive Analysis. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences 40(2011) 154-168.
Effiom, L. & Udah, E.B. (2015) Industrialization and Economic Development in a Multicultural Milieu: Lessons for Nigeria. British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade 4(11): 1772-1784, Article No.BJEMT.022.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
ii) Fifth International Conference on Development Studies, Abuja,Sustainable Development and the role of institutions in Nigeria2002-04-232010-04-23
v) West African Institute for Financial and Economic Management (WAIFEM) Biennial Conference, Abuja Non-Interest Banking, the Crumbling Orthodoxy and the Imperatives of a Paradigm Shift in the Nigerian Banking Industry 2002-08-172011-08-17
vii) West African Institute for Financial and Economic Management (WAIFEM) Biennial Conference, LagosDeficit, Decay and Deprioritization of Transport Infrastructure In Nigeria: Policy Options For Sustainability2002-08-182013-08-18
vi) Nigerian Economic Society ConferenceInformal Institutions: the Binding Constraints on Institutional Efficiency in Nigeria2002-08-242013-08-24
Nigerian Economic Society ConferenceGovernance, Incentive Systems, and Institutions: is a Nigerian Developmental State Achievable?2002-09-232016-09-23
Nigerian Economics Society ConferenceInstitutional Frameworks, the Transformation Process and the Challenge of Coordination2002-09-242011-09-24
Nigerian Economic Society ConferenceThe Nigerian Economy: Assessing its Conformability with the Perfectly Competitive Market Model2002-09-262010-09-26
Nigerian Economic Society ConferenceDomestic Resource Mobilization And Industrial Sub-Sector Performance In A Depressed Economy: The Nigeria Experience.2002-10-262015-10-26