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Dr. Otu Ikoi Ettah


Agricultural Economics


Lecturer II


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About Dr. Otu Ikoi Ettah

Dr. Otu Ettah was engaged by the University of Calabar, in August 2017 after a two and half year lecturing stint with the Cross River University of Technology Cross Rivers State (CRUTECH). Before my foray into the academics world, i worked as an Agricultural Officer in the Cross River State Unified Local Government Service and within that period of working there seconded to the Cross River State Secondary Education Board as a teacher. Dr. Ettah graduated summa cum laude from the Department of Agricultural Economics for the Masters and Doctorate degrees respectively of the prestigious University of Nigeria with bias in Farm Management and Production Economics and Bachelor of Agriculture from the Department of Agricultural Economics University of Calabar. Dr. Ettah is the Secretary of Department of Agricultural Economics entrepreneurial development and Faculty Representative to Faculty of Allied Medical Sciences. He has been involved in teaching and guiding under graduate student research as well as undertaken research in different areas of agriculture including agricultural production, food security, climate change, agriculture finance, cooperatives, etc. and their output published in reputable peer review foreign and local journals and conference proceedings. Dr Otu Ettah regular participant in many local and international conferences, seminars, symposia and workshops.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCApostolic Primary School, Ugep.19781984
Senior Secondary Certificate (SSC) Community Secondary School, Ugep.19821988
Bachelor in Agriculture (B. Ag), Agricultural Economics & Extension.University of Calabar, Calabar 19921998
Master of Science (M.Sc.) Farm Management and Production EconomicsUniversity of Nigeria, Nsukka. 20052010
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Farm Management and Production EconomicsUniversity of Nigeria, Nsukka.20132017

S/N Publication
Ettah, O. I., & Agbachom, E. E. (2019). Increasing Agricultural Investments through Cost of Capital Deregulation in Nigeria. International journal of agriculture and biological sciences, 3(3), 110-117.
Ettah, O. I., Ettah, G. I., & Ukwuaba, I. C. (2018). Analysis of Profitability in Maize Production in Obubra Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research and Innovations, 6(1), 159-163.
Ettah, O. I., & Okorie, O. F. (2018). Economic Analysis of Value Addition by Soybean Processing Firms in Cross River State Central Agricultural Zone, Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture Innovations and Research, 6 (6), 277-279.
Ettah, O. I., & Ebu, B. O. (2018). “Determinants of Agricultural Loan Access from Formal Sources in Cross River State Central Agricultural Zone, Nigeria.” International Journal of Research -Granthaalaya, 6(5), 1-8.
Ettah, O. I., & Ani, S. O. (2018). Allocative and Technical Efficiencies among Small Holder Cocoyam Farmers in Cross River State Central Agricultural Zone, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Crops, 4(6), 68-72.
Ettah, O. I., & Chiemela, C. M. (2018). Food Situation in Nigeria’s Developing Economy: Concepts, Challenges and Policy Options. Innovative Techniques in Agriculture, 2(6), 525-530.
Ettah, O. I., & Chima, C. M. (2018). Climate change adaptation strategies and their constraints: A case of agriculture in Nigeria. Journal of agricultural extension and rural development, 1(1), 113-122.
Ettah, O. I., Chima, C. M., & Okibeya, F. O. (2018). Perception and performance of poultry farmer commodity interest groups (CIGS) on the Commercial Agicultural Development Project (CADP) in Enugu State, Nigeria. Global journal of agricultural sciences, 17 (3), 85-89.
Agbachom, E. E., Ettah, O. I., & Ogar, B. J. (2018). Impact of Fadama III project on output of cassava in Calabar Agricultural Zone of Cross River State. Nigeria journal of agriculture, forestry and environment, 3(1),136-141.
Ettah, O. I., & Kuye, O.O. (2017). Analysis and Determinants of Profit Efficiency of Cassava Farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Environment Agriculture and Biotechnology, 2 (1), 225-229.
Ettah, O. I. (2017). Analysis of factors affecting credit repayment among cocoa (Theobroma cacao) farmers in Ikom Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Merit research journal of agricultural science and soil sciences, 5(1), 3-6.
Ettah, O. I., & Ukwuaba, I. C. (2017). Agricultural technology: type, effect and constraints on food production: a case of Nigeria Agriculture. International journal of science and technology, 5(5), 33-36.
Ettah, O. I. (2017). Analyses of constraints in maize (Zea mays L.) production by farmers in Yakurr Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of research in agriculture, 14 (1), 22-26.
Kuye, O. O., & Ettah, O. I. (2016). Contribution of urban mixed cropping in household food security in Nigeria and around the globe. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology (IJEAB), 1(2), 223-228.
Ettah, O. I., & Nweze, N. J. (2016). Analysis and determinants of technical efficiency among cassava farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria. International journal of innovative research & development, 5(10), 109-113.
Ettah, O. I., & Angba, A. O. (2016). Analysis of cost and returns among cassava farmers in Cross River State, Nigeria. International journal of Science and Research, 5 (11),111-114.
Ettah, O. I., & Kuye, O. O. (2016)." Socio -Economic Characteristics and Factors Affecting Credit Acquisition and Output of Rice (Oryzasativa) Farmers in Yakurr Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria." International Journal of Science and Research, 5(12), 2120–2124.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Nigeria Association of Agricultural Economist (NAAE) Conference, Owerri 17th-20th October, 2016.Resource use efficiency on garden egg (Solanium melonigen) by small-scale farmers in Yala Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. 2016-10-172016-10-20
Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) Conference, Abuja, 28th-2ndDecember, 2016.Technical efficiency of catfish production in Ikom Agricultural Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. 2016-11-282016-12-02
Fifth interdisciplinary international conference, volume 5 number 1.Entrepreneurship skill empowerment for women and youth through extension training and adoption of farm yard manure technology for sustainable plantain production in South-South geo-political zone, Nigeria2017-05-032017-05-04
Nigeria Association of Agricultural Economist(NAAE) Conference, Abeokuta,2017.This year’s Annual National Association of Agricultural Economist(NAAE) conference Which had as it theme “agribusiness development:panacea for economic recession in Nigeria, was held at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria from the 16th-19th October,2017. 2017-10-162017-10-19