Wosu Chidi (Ph.D)

 
 

Educational Institutions Attended With Dates:

  1. University of Port Harcourt                          2020
  2. University of Port Harcourt                          2007
  3. Rivers State College of Education, PH       2000
  4. Rivers State College of Arts/ Science, PH   1993
  5. Community Sec. Sch, Omuanwa                 1991
  6. State School 1, Omuanwa                           1985

Academic Qualifications Obtained With Dates:

  1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D. Monetary Economics)       2020
  2. Master of Science (M.Sc Monetary Economics)        2007
  3. Bachelor of Education (B.Ed Economics.)          2000

). RESEARCH EXPERIENCES:

Wosu, C. (2020). Monetary policy and Nigeria’s Balance of Payments, 1980-2016. Unpublished Ph.D. degree Thesis. Department of economics, University Port Harcourt.

Wosu, C (2007). Nigeria’s external debt and implications on the national economy: An empirical analysis, 1970 -2004. Unpublished M.Sc. degree Thesis. Department of economics, University Port Harcourt.

  • Wosu, C. (2000). Inter-governmental fiscal relations in Nigeria. Unpublished B.ED Project. Department of economics, Rivers State College of Education (now Ignatius Ajuru University of Education), Port Harcourt.

ACADEMIC PUBLICATION IN JOURNALS

  1.  Abraham, A., &Wosu, C. (2021). The causality effect between exchange rate and the Nigeria’s balance of payments. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research, 7(1), 115-121.
  1. Lawrence, B.A&. Wosu, C., (2021). Monetary policy and domestic private sector investment in Nigeria. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, 8(11), 26-32.
  1. Abraham, A., &Wosu, C. (2021). The relative effectiveness of monetary and fiscal policy on Nigeria’s Economy: An ARDL approach. International Journal of Economics & Finance, 7(1), 66-79.
  1. Wosu, C., & Abraham, A. (2020). Macroeconomic determinants of stock market performance in Nigeria: An error correction mechanism. International Journal of Economics & Finance, 6(2), 98-108.
  1. Wosu, C.(2020). Service sector investment and unemployment rate in Nigeria. African Social and Educational Journal, 9(3), 215-225.
  1. Wosu, C.,& Abraham, A. (2020). Economic globalisation and the manufacturing output in Nigeria. African Journal of Applied and Theoretical Economics, 6(3), 36-50.
  2. Wosu, C.,& Suotor, M. (2018). External capital inflows and the manufacturing sector in Nigeria: A Granger causality approach. InternationalResearch Journal on Education, Humanities, Management & Technology, 11(1), 62-68.
  1. Wosu, C. (2018).Impact of government expenditure on economic growth in Nigeria: A disaggregated approach, 1980-2017. New Era Research Journal of Human, Educational and Sustainable Development 11(3), 53-61.
  1. Wosu, C., & Abraham, A. (2018). Taxation and the Nigerian economy: An error correction mechanism. Journal of Economics, Management and Social Sciences, 85-94.
  1. Wosu, C., & Osu, A.K., (2018). Foreign reserves position and the manufacturing sector performance in Nigeria: An error correction mechanism. Quarterly Journal of Contemporary Research, 6(1), 243-252.
  1. Wosu, C., Onuchuku, O., & Otto, G. (2018). Monetary policy and Nigeria’s balance of payments, 1980-2016: An error correction mechanism. African Journal of Professional Research on Human Development, 14(2), 1-11.
  1. Wosu, C., Onuchuku, O., & Otto, G. (2018). Monetary policy and Nigeria’s balance of payments, 1980-2016: A dynamic ordinary least square approach.A Research Journal on Contemporary Issues and Development, 7(2), 10 -20.
  1. Abraham, A., Amadi, S.O.N., &Wosu, C. (2018). Fiscal policy and private investment in Nigeria. A vector error correction mechanism, 1980- 2017. New Era Research Journal of Human, Educational and Sustainable Development 11(2), 88-100.
  1. Onuchuku, O., Chukwueggu, C.C., Nenbee, S.G., &Wosu, C.(2018). Monetary policy and Nigeria’s balance of payments, 1980-2016: International of Management and Applied Sciences, 4(7), 64-71.
  1. Wosu, C.,& Otto, G. (2017). Agricultural sub-sectors performance and economic growth in Nigeria. African Journal of Applied and Theoretical Economics (Special Edition), 220-232.
  2. Suotor, M., &Wosu, C. (2017).Deficit budgets and unemployment in Nigeria. An InternationalResearch Journal on Education, Humanities,    Management & Information Technology, 10(3), 77-86.
  3. Asuru, C., &Wosu, C. (2017). An investigation of the effect of external sector variables on the agricultural sector performance in Nigeria, 1980-2016. International Journal of Advanced Research in Social Sciences, Environmental Studies and Technology, 3(2), 12-25.
  1. Wosu, C.,& Onu, K.E. (2016). The impact of financial deepening on economic growth In Nigeria: An econometric analysis, 1970-2014. University of Port Harcourt Journal of Accountancy and Business, 3(2), 96-112.
  1. Onu, E., &Wosu, C. (2016).The impact of corruption on economic growth in Nigeria. Journal of Social Sciences, 14, 285-294.
  1. Wosu, C.,& Nweke, O. (2015). Population growth and sustainable food production in Nigeria: A revisit to Rev. Thomas Robert Malthus postulation. Icheke, Journal of the Faculty of Humanities, 3(1), 102-115.
  1. Wosu, C., & Onu, K.E. (2015). National security and corruption challenges: Implications for investment inflow in Nigeria, 1980-2013. Rhema University Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 3(1), 281-293.
  1. Osu, A.K., &Wosu, C. (2015).The socio-economic implications of workforce downsizing in Nigeria: the effects on survivors. Journal of Social Policy and Society, 10 (1), 105-113.
  1. Osu, A.K., &Wosu, C. (2015).Monetary policy and its impact on economic growth in Nigeria: An empirical analysis, 1980-2014. A.U.E Journal of Social Sciences, 13(1), 180- 191.
  1. Wosu, C. (2014).Global financial crisis: Implications for foreign capital inflows in Nigeria. West African Journal of Business and Management Sciences, (2), 31-40.
  1. Wosu, C., &Suotor, M.(2014). Corporate social responsibility of oil companies in Nigeria: Impact on the Niger delta environment. West African Journal of Business and Management Sciences). 3(3), 35-47.
  1. Asuru, C., Nwaeke, G.C., &Wosu, C. (2014).The irony of poverty and hunger amidst abundance of resources in Nigeria: Key challenges to millennium development goals. Journal of National Association of Female Teachers (5), 131-139.
  1. Wosu, C., &Asuru, C. (2014). Security breach and spiral violence: implications for peace building in Nigeria. Journal of National Associations Female Teachers, 4, 55-62.
  1. Wosu, C. (2013). Entrepreneurship: A veritable tool for sustainable national development in Nigeria’s cashless economy.Journal of Business and Economic Research, 8(1), 58-65.
  1. Wosu, C.,& Suotor M. (2013). Promoting entrepreneurial education as a tool for unemployment and poverty reduction for sustainable development in Nigeria. The Business Masters Journal of the Faculty of Business Studies, 3(1), 287-294.
  1. Wosu, C., &Amadi, N. (2013). Insurgence of violence in Nigeria and impact on the economy: Reflections on the Boko Haram sect. I.AU.E Rivers Social Sciences Forum 12 (5), 101-107.
  1. Nwaeke, G.C., Wosu, C., &Suotor M. (2013). Entrepreneurship-bank lending nexus: Imperatives for national development driven small and medium scale enterprises in Nigeria.A journal of the Faculty of the Social Sciences, 12 (6), 178-196.
  1. Wosu, C., &Macauley, E.D (2012). Electronic payment system as a veritable tool for financial sector reforms in Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Development, 3(1), 75-83.

CONFERENCES/SEMINARS ATTENDED WITH DATES

(a)conferences

  1. International conference on education and social science (ICES) held in New York, USA on 16th -17th May, 2018 and paper presented.
  2. 8th international conference held at Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Port Harcourt Rivers State, Nigeria, on 5th-8th August, 2018 and paper presented.
  3. African Strategic Conference on Social Sciences, Education, Management, Humanities, Law, Sciences and Technology, Cotonou, Benin Republic, held on 28th-29th September, 2017 and paper presented.
  4. 5th international conference held at Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Port Harcourt Rivers State, Nigeria, on 26th-29th July, 2015 and paper presented.
  5. National Association of Female Teachers (NAFET) 6th Annual National Conference held at Nigeria Law School, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State on the 9th-13th September, 2013 and paper presented.

     

     

    (b). SEMINARS

    1. 21st Century Research in Management Sciences, What is New? 2nd Colloquium of the Faculty of Business Studies of Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rumuolumeni, Port Harcourt, held on 11th July, 2019.

    2.International centre for information and communications technology studies held at Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rumuolumeni, Port Harcourt Rivers State, on Advanced Digital Appreciation Programme for Tertiary Institutions (ADAPTI) on 3rd-7th April, 2017.

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