Dr. Urama Nathaniel Emeka.

Department: Economics
Faculty: Social Sciences
Designation :
Email: nathaniel.urama@unn.edu.ng
Phone: +2347035627699; +2348073168806


Biography :


DR NATHANIEL EMEKA URAMA is a native of Aji, Enugu-Ezike in Igbo Eze North LGA of Enugu State, Nigeria. He holds a First Class Honours degree in Economics, a Master of Science degree with Distinction in Public Policy both from University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and a PhD in Macroeconomics with Distinction from University of Nigerian, Nsukka in-split-site with University of Reading, United Kingdom, sponsored by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission.  His outstanding academic performance gave him so many academic awards and scholarships right from his undergraduate level which includes: African Economics Research Consortium PhD thesis Grant Award in 2012; Commonwealth Doctoral Scholarship Award in 2012; University of Nigeria Academic award for the best graduating BSc student (2004/2005) session; Zenith bank Academic award for the best graduating BSc student (2004/2005) session; and lots more. 

Currently, Dr Nathaniel Urama is a macro-econometric lecturer (his area of specialization) at University of Nigeria, Nsukka. As a lecturer in Economics Department, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, his responsibilities include: Teaching Macroeconomic theory and models, Econometrics and Research Methodology at all levels; Instructing students on practical Econometrics models using different software (MATLAB, Dynare, Octave, STATA, E-views, SPSS, PC-GIVE etc.) at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level; Research Seminar Coordinator; Supervising students’ Thesis, etc.

Dr Urama is research consultant to so many economic and policy research institutes both within and outside the country. He also worked as a data bank manager and researcher at the African Institute for Applied Economics, (now AfriHeritage Institutions) from 2007-2012 as a data bank Manager and researcher. 




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