Dr. Nwosu Emmanuel Onyeanunam.

Department: Select
Faculty: Social Sciences
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Email: emmanuel.nwosu@unn.edu.ng
Phone: +2347062977126


Publications (Articles and Journals):

JOURNAL ARTICLES
1. Onyukwu, E.O., Nwosu, Emmanuel O. and Diejomaoh, Ito. (2011). Monetary Policy and Output-Inflation Volatility Interaction in Nigeria: Evidence from Bivariate GARCH-M Model. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol.2 No.6: pp.46-64.

2.William, Fonta, Onyukwu, E. and Emmanuel O. Nwosu. (2011). International Remittance Inflows and Household Welfare: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting, Vol.2 No.3.

3.Nwosu, Emmanuel O., Amadi, Frances and Mba, Peter. (2012). Bank Consolidation and Bank Risk Taking Behaviour: A Panel Study of Commercial Banks in Nigeria. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting.Vol.3 No.9 pp.68-78

4.Urama, Nathaniel; Nwosu, Emmanuel and Gladys Aneke. (2012). Lost Revenue Due to Trade Liberalisation: Can Nigeria Recover Her Own? European Journal of Business and Management, Vol.4, No.10.

5.Nwosu, Emmanuel O., Urama, Nathaniel E., and Chiagozie, Uruakpa. (2012). Determinants of Antenatal Care Services Utilisation in Nigeria. Developing Country Countries, Vol.2 No.6,

6. Oduh, Moses; Nwosu, Emmanuel O., and Nathaniel Urama. (2012). Macroeconomic Models and the Challenge of Growth in African Economies: The Context. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol.3 No.10: pp. 203-212.

7. Nwosu O. Emmanuel and Fonta M. William and Aneke Gladys and Yuni N. Denis, (2012) ''Microeconomic determinants of migrant remittances to Nigerian households'', Economics Bulletin, Vol. 32 No. 4 pp. 3425-3438

8. Urama, Nathaniel; Moses, Oduh; Emmanuel O. Nwosu, and Odo,
Augustine C. (2013). “Price Rigidity and Monetary Non-Neutrality in Developing Countries: Evidence from Nigeria.” International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp.525-536 www.econjournals.com

9. Ichoku, Hyacinth E. and Emmanuel O. Nwosu (2011) “Social    Determinants and Dynamics of Health Inequality in Nigeria”, Central Bank of Nigeria Economic and Financial Review, Vol. 49 No.3 pp.47-70

10. Emmanuel O. Nwosu, Anthony Orji, Nathaniel Urama, Joseph I. Amuka (2013) “Regional Integration and Foreign Investment: The Case of Asean Countries”, Asian Economic and Financial Review, Vol. 3, No. 12, pp. 1670-1680.

11. Ukwueze Ezebuilo R. and Emmanuel O. Nwosu  (2014)  Does Higher Education Reduce Poverty Among Youths In Nigeria? Asian Economic and Financial Review, 4(1):1-19

12. Nwosu, Emmanuel O., Anthony Orji and Ogomegbunam Anakwu (2013), African Emerging Equity Markets Re‐examined: Testing the Weak Form Efficiency Theory: African Development Review, Vol.25 Issue 4 pp: 485-498. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1467-8268.12044/abstract

TECHNICAL REPORTS
1. Fonta, William, Ichoku, H. E. and Nwosu, Emmanuel O. (2011). Contingent Valuation in Community Based Project Planning: The Case of Bamendjim Fishery Restocking Cameroun. Nairobi: African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) Research Paper 210.

2. Oduh, M., Eboh, E., Urama, N.; and Nwosu, E. (2009). Designing and Operationalising Macroeconomic Forecast Models for Nigeria: Context and Prospects. Enugu: African Institute for Applied Economics (AIAE) Rsearch paper.

3. Ichoku, H.E., Ataguba, J., Nwosu, Emmanuel, and Uwana, Okon. (2009). The Distributional Impact of Healthcare Financing in Nigeria: A Case Study of Enugu State. PEP Working Paper Series , PMMA-10021. http://portal.pep-net.org/projects/view/zone/public/id/11473

4. Nwosu, E.O., Anthony Orji, Nnetu, V and Chioma Nnamchi (2015), Is there Discrimination against Women Entrepreneurs in Formal Credit Markets in Nigeria. PEP Working Paper No.2014-08




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