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Eleanya Kalu Nduka

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Hope Hall, University of Exeter, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4PL

Eleanya is a current PhD student in Economics (Environmental & Resource Economics), sponsored by the University of Exeter Business School.  He is motivated by his quote: "fight against climate change is everyone's task. Let's embrace renewable energy to save our planet earth."  He is an awardee of the Tony Elumelu and Awelle foundation prize for excellence in M.Sc economics and a recipient of the National Youth Service Corps/Central Bank of Nigeria venture prize.

Qualifications

B.Sc (Hons) and M.Sc Econs. - University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Career

Research, Consultancy, Teaching

Research clusters

Research interests

Environmental & Resource Economics: green energy, climate change, tourism, water, conservation, recreation, waste, agriculture.

Economic Valuation: choice experiment & contingent valuation method.

Applied Econometrics: cross sectional and panel data models, spatial econometrics.    

Research projects

Ebechidi, S. & Nduka, E. K. (2017). Modeling the Impact of Oil Price Shocks on Energy Sector Stock Returns: Evidence from Nigeria. Economics Bulletin, 37(4):2574-2584.

Nduka, E. K., Anigbogu, U. E., & Ishaku, R. N. (2016). Investigating the Causal Relationship between Stock Market and Aggregate Economic Performance of South Africa. Asian Economic and Financial Review, 6(4):218-227.

Umeanozie, A. O., Nduka, E. K., & Chukwu J. O. (2014). Subsidies and the Demand for Petroleum Products in Nigeria. International Journal of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Research,3(2):100-109.

Nduka, E. K. (2014). Structural Breaks and the Long-run Stability of Demand for Real Broad Money Function in Nigeria: A Gregory-Hansen Approach. The Economics and Finance Letters, 1(8):76-89.

Anigbogu, U. E & Nduka E. K. (2014). Stock Market Performance and EconomicGrowth: Evidence from Nigeria Employing Vector Error Correction Model Framework. The Economics and Finance Letters, 1(9):90-103.

Odoh, V. T., & Nduka E. K. (2014). Public Health Care Expenditure in Nigeria: Civilian Versus Military Regimes. Innovare Journal of Social Sciences, 2(3):1-4.

Nduka, E. K, Chukwu, J. O., & Nwakaire, O. N. (2013). Stability of Demand for Money in Nigeria. Asian Journal of Business and Economics, 3(3.4).

Nduka, E. K, J. O. Chukwu, Ugbor, K. I., & Nwakaire, O. N. (2013). Trade Openness and Economic Growth: A Comparative Analysis of the Pre and Post Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) Periods in Nigeria. Asian Journal of Business and Economics, 3(3.4).

 

Research networks

ExeterEnergy 

Research grants

  • 2018 TETFUND
    Modelling Hedging Strategy Against Exchange Rate Volatility and Price Shocks in Agricultural Commodities Markets in Nigeria

Introduction to Statistics, Microeconomics,  Macroeconomics