Emmanuel O. Nwosu

University of Nigeria - Department of Economics

Lecturer

Department of Economics,

University of Nigeria Nsukka

Enugu, 4100002

Nigeria

http://www.unn.edu.ng

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

20

DOWNLOADS

875

SSRN CITATIONS

0

CROSSREF CITATIONS

5

Ideas:
“  I working on many projects such as Waste Management and Environmental Hazards, Social Economics Status and Health of the Elderly in Ghana, determinants of Farm Productivity Growth in Rural Areas in Nigeria, and Gender Inequality in Labour Market in Nigeria.  ”

Scholarly Papers (20)

1.

Regional Integration and Foreign Investment: The Case of ASEAN Countries

Asian Economic and Financial Review, Vol. 3, No. 12, pp. 1670-1680, 2013
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 05 Oct 2013
Emmanuel O. Nwosu, Anthony Orji, Nathaniel Urama and Joseph Amuka
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria Nsukka - Department of Economics and University of Nigeria - Department of Economics
Downloads 148 (215,641)

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Economic integration, Foreign investment, Panel data, Macroeconomic

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Is There Discrimination Against Women Entrepreneurs in Formal Credit Markets in Nigeria?

Partnership for Economic Policy Working Paper No. 2015-01
Number of pages: 40 Posted: 21 Jan 2015 Last Revised: 12 Jul 2018
Emmanuel O. Nwosu, Anthony Orji, Vivian Nnetu and Chioma Nwangwu
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics and University of Nigeria - Department of Economics
Downloads 118 (257,241)
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gender, discrimination, credit, constraint, performance, access

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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, November 2012
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 04 Nov 2012
Emmanuel O. Nwosu, Peter Mba and Francis Amadi
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Calabar - Department of Economics and University of Nigeria - Department of Economics
Downloads 96 (296,377)

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recapitalisation, merger, consolidation, reforms, risk-taking

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Determinants of Antenatal Care Services Utilisation in Nigeria

Developing Country Studies, Vol 2, No.6, 2012
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 06 Aug 2012
Emmanuel O. Nwosu, Nathaniel Urama and Uruakpa Chiagozie
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, affiliation not provided to SSRN and affiliation not provided to SSRN
Downloads 90 (308,701)

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Antenatal care, women, Negative binomial, Nigeria

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Determinants of Antenatal Care Services Utilization in Nigeria

Journal of Developing Country Studies, Vol. 2, No. 6, 2012
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 05 Nov 2012
Emmanuel O. Nwosu, Nathaniel Urama and Chiagozie Uruakpa
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria Nsukka - Department of Economics and Department of Economics, Renaissance University Enugu
Downloads 87 (317,708)

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antenatal care, women, negative binomial, Nigeria

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International Remittance Inflows and Household Welfare: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria

IISTE Research Journal of Finance and Accounting, Vol. 2 No. 3, 2011
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 07 Aug 2012
William, Fonta, Onyukwu Onyukwu and Emmanuel O. Nwosu
affiliation not provided to SSRN, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics and University of Nigeria - Department of Economics
Downloads 80 (331,973)

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Remittances, welfare, poverty and inequality

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Macroeconomic Models and the Challenge of Growth in African Economies: The Context

Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol.3, No. 10, p. 203, 2012
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 04 Nov 2012
Moses Oduh, Emmanuel O. Nwosu and Nathaniel Urama
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics and University of Nigeria Nsukka - Department of Economics
Downloads 71 (355,172)

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Africa, challenge of growth, eclectic model, macroeconomic model

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Monetary Policy and Output-Inflation Volatility Interaction in Nigeria: Evidence from Bivariate GARCH-M Model

IISTE Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol.2, No.6, 2011 pp 46-64
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 26 Apr 2012
Onyukwu Onyukwu, Emmanuel O. Nwosu and Ito Diejomaoh
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics and African Institute for Applied Economics
Downloads 55 (404,229)

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Monetary Policy, Output-Inflation Volatility, Bivariate GARCH-M Model

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Lost Revenue Due to Trade Liberalization: Can Nigeria Recover Her Own?

European Journal of Business and Management, Vol.4, No.10, 2012
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 20 Aug 2012
Nathaniel Urama, Emmanuel O. Nwosu and Gladys Aneke
affiliation not provided to SSRN, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics and University of Nigeria Nsukka - Department of Economics
Downloads 47 (432,871)

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Nigeria, Trade liberalisation, Lost revenue, Domestic tax system

10.

Price Rigidity and Monetary Non-Neutrality in Developing Countries: Evidence from Nigeria

International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, Vol. 3, No. 2, 2013, pp.525-536
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 14 Apr 2013
Nathaniel Urama, Moses Oduh, Emmanuel O. Nwosu and Augustine Odo
University of Nigeria Nsukka - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics and Godfrey Okoye University
Downloads 36 (478,522)

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Price rigidity, menu cost, monetary non-neutrality, monetary policy

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Lost Revenue Due to Trade Liberalization: Can Nigeria Recover Her Own?

European Journal of Business and Management, ISSN 2222-1905 (Paper), ISSN 2222-2839 (Online), Vol. 4, No.10, 2012
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 05 Nov 2012 Last Revised: 12 Apr 2016
Nathaniel Urama, Emmanuel O. Nwosu and Gladys Aneke
University of Nigeria Nsukka - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics and University of Nigeria Nsukka - Department of Economics
Downloads 24 (541,634)

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Assessing Infrastructural Development in Ogoniland in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria: A Participatory Development Approach

International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, Vol. 5, No. 12, 2015
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 09 Mar 2016
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, Independent and University of Nigeria
Downloads 23 (547,783)

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Infrastructure Development, Government, Oil Companies, Land Degradation, Oil Spill

13.

Access to Formal Credit and Enterprise Performance in Nigeria: A Gender Perspective

Argumenta Oeconomica, Vol. 36(1), p. 191-224, 2016
Posted: 19 Dec 2016
Emmanuel O. Nwosu and Anthony Orji
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics and University of Nigeria - Department of Economics

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Entrepreneurs, Gender, Credit, Constraint, Access, Performance, Propensity Score Matching

14.

Does the Ricardian Equivalence Hypothesis Hold for Nigeria and Ghana?

European Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 138 (2), p. 168-181, 2016
Posted: 19 Dec 2016
Nelson Nkalu, Richardson Edeme and Emmanuel O. Nwosu
Independent, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics and University of Nigeria - Department of Economics

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Budget Deficit, Ricardian Equivalence Hypothesis (REH), Seemingly Unrelated Regression (SUR), Nigeria and Ghana

15.

International Migrant Remittances and Labour Supply in Nigeria

International Migration, Vol. 54(4), Forthcoming
Posted: 19 Dec 2016
Nathaniel Urama, Emmanuel O. Nwosu, Yuni Denis and Stephen Aguegboh
University of Nigeria Nsukka - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics and University of Nigeria - Department of Economics

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ICT Usage and Unemployment Rate Nexus in Nigeria: An Empirical Analysis

Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce, 21(2), 2016
Posted: 19 Dec 2016
Anthony Orji, Emmanuel O. Nwosu, Onyinye Anthony-Orj and Peter Mba
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics and University of Calabar - Department of Economics

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ICT; Infrastructure; Unemployment; Nexus; Economy; Analysis

17.

Does Higher Education Reduce Poverty Among Youths in Nigeria?

Asian Economic and Financial Review, 2014, 4(1):1-19
Posted: 03 Jan 2014
Ezebuilo Romanus Ukwueze and Emmanuel O. Nwosu
University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria. and University of Nigeria - Department of Economics

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Poverty, Youths, Logit model, Probability, Propensity Score matching, treatment effect

18.

Social Determinants and Dynamics of Health Inequality in Nigeria

Central Bank of Nigeria Economic and Financial Review, Vol. 49 No.3 pp.47-70
Posted: 12 Sep 2013
Ementa Hyacinth Ichoku and Emmanuel O. Nwosu
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics and University of Nigeria - Department of Economics

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Inequality, decomposition, health, socioeconomic status

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Microeconomic Determinants of Migrant Remittances to Nigerian Households

Economics Bulletin, Vol. 32, No. 4, pp. 3425-3438, 2012
Posted: 20 Dec 2012
Emmanuel O. Nwosu, Wiliam Fonta, Gladys Aneke and Yuni Denis
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Nigeria Nsukka - Department of Economics and University of Nigeria - Department of Economics

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Remittances, migration, microeconomic determinants, Tobit and Heckman’s model

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The Distributional Impact of Healthcare Financing in Nigeria: A Case Study of Enugu State - PMMA-10021

Posted: 07 Nov 2012
University of Nigeria - Department of Economics, University of Cape Town (UCT) and University of Nigeria - Department of Economics

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health care, financing, redistribution, inequality