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FULL NAMES: Young Acheseomie Sunny-Joe

DESIGNATION(S): Lecturer in Accounting

BRIEF PROFILE:

CONTACT DETAILS:

MOBILE:

 

OFFICE BLOCK/ADDRESS:   Department of Accounting

Faculty of Management Sciences

University of Port Harcourt

Port Harcourt

 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES:

 

 

(a)  

Rivers State University of Science and Techonology, Nkpolu, Port Harcourt               

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2000 – 2004

(b) 

Rivers State University of Science and Techonology, Nkpolu, Port Harcourt               

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1988 – 1992

(c) 

Commercial and Industrial Trade Centre, Rumuolumeni, Port Harcourt.                  

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1978 – 1981

(d)                 

St. Mary’s State School, Kalio-Ama                               

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1971 – 1977

 

 

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED WITH DATES:

 

 

(a)

Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Accounting               

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2004

(b)

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Degree in Business Education

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1992

(c)

General Certificate of Education (G.C.E. O/L)

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1987

(d)

Royal Society of Arts (R.S.A)

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1980

(e)       

First School Leaving Certificate (F.S.L.C)                                                       

-

1977

 

 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP:

 

 

(a)

Member, Nigerian Institute of Management (Chartered) (MNIM)

 

 

(b)

Certified Teacher, Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN)

 

 

COMPUTER LITERACY PACKAGES:

 

 

(a)

Microsoft Word

 

 

(b)

Microsoft Excel

 

 

(c)

Microsoft Power Point

 

 

(d)

Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS)

 

 

PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT/WORKING EXPERIENCE:                         

(a)          Lecturer II, Department of Accounting, University of Port Harcourt                               -2014 – Date

(b)          Executive Assistant on Finance, Okrika Local Government Council                             -2013 – May, 2014

(c)           Member, Finance and General Purpose Committee (F&GPC) of Okrika Local Government Council                                                                                                                                                                                                             -2013 – May, 2014

(d)          Member, Executive Council of Okrika Local Government Council                                 -2013 – May, 2014

(e)          Financial Secretary/Accountant, DIOCESE OF OKRIKA                                                -2004 – 2013

(f)           Financial Secretary/Accountant, NIGER DELTA DIOCESE, PORT HARCOURT            1997  –  2003

(g)          Cashier, NIGER DELTA DIOCESE, PORT HARCOURT                             -                   1996  –  1997

(h)          Internal Auditor, NIGER DELTA DIOCESE, PORT HARCOURT           -                          1995  –  1996

(i)           H.E.O. (Accounts), NIGER DELTA DIOCESE, PORT HARCOURT        -                         1994  –  1995

(j)           Hansard Reporter, Niger State Legislature, Minna (NYSC)             -                               1992  –  1993

(k)          Accounts Clerk, NIGER DELTA DIOCESE, PORT HARCOURT              -                        1984  –  1992

                                               

OTHER UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES:                               

(a)          Member, Department of Accounting Committee on 2014 Comprehensive Undergraduate Accreditation in Federal Universities      

               

(b)          Member, Faculty of Management Sciences Committee on Power and Environment                       

                                               

(c)           Member, Accounting Department Committee on University of Port Harcourt Celebration at 40

                                               

(d)          Member, Faculty of Management Sciences Committee on University of Port Harcourt Celebration at 40              

                                               

PUBLICATION:                  

(a)          Fundamentals of Church Accounting     (ISBN  978 2631 86 8)        -              2006

                                               

SKILLS/ABILITIES                              

(a)          Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution                  

(b)          Ability to work under stress to achieve set targets within a time frame                

(c)           Ability to work with little or no supervision                       

(d)          Ability to work in a team                             

(e)          Good interpersonal relations                    

(f)           Proficiency in Communication                 

(g)          Health and safety consciousness in relation to operational hazards in a given job environment                               

(h)          Efficiency and quality consciousness                     

(i)           Innovative and good in planning in the execution of tasks                          

(j)           A good manager of human and material resources                         

Name in Full: (Surname First):                                 Mr. Igwe, Peace

 Sex:                                                                             Male

 Department:                                                               Marketing

 Faculty:                                                                       Management Sciences

 Discipline:                                                                  Marketing

 Designation:                                                               Lecturer 11

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Qualifications (Degrees, Diplomas, Certificates, etc. with class, grades, dates and awarding Institution)

  • B.Sc.  Marketing, 2005, University of Port Harcourt.
  • MBA Marketing, 2012, University of Port Harcourt.
  • M.Sc. Marketing, 2014, University of Port Harcourt.
  • PhD (Marketing) Candidate

 

Other Titles, Awards and Honors:

a.         Special Awardee, NYSC Rivers State 2007.

 

Educational/Professional Qualifications obtained, with dates since appointment/last promotion.

(d) Member, National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria, 2012

 (g)  Certificate of Achievement: Short course on ENTREPRENEURSHIP, University of Port Harcourt. June 15th-19th, 2014.

(h)  Training on Uploading of Results, 2nd May 2014

 

  1. Secretary, National institute of Marketing Nigeria (NIMN). Rivers State Chapter

(j) Member of Teaching Team at the University of Port Harcourt College of Continuing Education in Port Harcourt.

 Specialization

           

Advertising and Sales Promotion

Sales Management

Public Relations

Marketing Management

        

2.         Other academic activities: (e.g. Curriculum Development, Supervision of Undergraduate etc.).

             

ii.   Supervision of Undergraduate Research     

 

3.         Other activities in the University outside your teaching and Research Commitment:
 Membership of committees, responsibilities held, etc.)

           

                        Membership of Committee, responsibilities                  Dates

  i     Results, Computation/Verification committee.                        2014                  

ii.   Departmental Taskforce on Accreditation

      Exercise for Undergraduate Programmes                                   2014

Iii   Class Adviser                                                                               2015

v.   Departmental Representative at the Board

       of National Institute of Marketing Nigeria                               2014 to 2016

             vi.   Editorial Board Member of the Departmental

                       Journal, JBVC                                                                              2014             

             Vii     Member committee on Power and Facility (FMS)                 2016-date

             vii       Chairman, committee on Departmental Supermarket             2017

 

4.         Other activities outside the University:

 

  1. Secretary, NIMN Port Harcourt Chapter                                  2014-2016

b.       Chairman, Chigoziru Age grade, Okporowo Ogbakiri.  2012-date

c.       Member, King’s Men Followship, The King’s Assembly

d.      Zonal Cordinator, Mile1, Mile 2, Mile 3 and Dline Zone

 

 

 

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AUTHOR/YEAR

TITLE

ABSSTRACT

1

ASIEGBU, I.F., Ikegwuru, M. & IGWE P.   (2014)

 “Strategic Marketing Channel Architecture and Market Share of Bread Bakers in Rivers State”, Journal of Business and Value Creation, 2014 Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 46-57, ISSN: 2315-8212

This study surveyed the effect of strategic marketing channel architecture on market share in the bread baking industry in Rivers State. A total of 198 copies of questionnaire were used to collect primary data from top management of 33 bakery firms whose authentic list was obtained from the business unit of the Commercial Department of the Rivers State Ministry of Commerce and Industry in Port Harcourt, at the time of the survey Analyzing the data using Regression and Pearson's statistics, the interaction between the elements of strategic marketing channel architecture and market share of these baking firms was found to be statistically significant. Therefore, these bakers are advised to be more strategic in providing the service output demands of their customers so as to have a leap in their market shares. We suggest that an effective way to achieve this is by having a strategically structured marketing channel on ground

 

2

ETUK, J. S & IGWE, P. (2016)

 “Service Promotional Mix Strategies and Marketing performance of indigenous Hotels in Port Harcourt”, Journal of Business and Value Creation, 2016 Vol. 5,

 

Designing an effective service promotion campaign is a challenge to many service-oriented organizations, including the hospitality sector. This study objectively examined the link between service promotion mix strategies and marketing performance of indigenous hotels in Port Harcourt. To conduct the study effectively, the survey method research design was adopted whereby primary data were obtained from 32 managers in 32 indigenous hotels operating in Port Harcourt through the use of questionnaire. The data were later analyzed using simple percentage, frequency tables, mean score and the spearman rank order statistical tool. The study revealed among other things that the hotels applied to a large extent, certain components of service promotion mix to inform, stimulate, persuade and communicate with the target audience about their services. The study further revealed that advertising, sales, promotion, and personal selling were the major elements of their hospitality service mix and that the way these elements were used had a great impact on sales level and sales revenue.. The study concludes that the way indigenous hotels apply service promotion mix strategies impacts greatly on their marketing performance.. The study recommends the use of local dialects and extensive use of public relations to communicate with their target markets.

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3

ADEME, D. T & IGWE, P. (2016)

 “Service Positioning Mix Strategies and Business performance of  fast food firms in South-South on Nigeria”, Journal of Business and Value Creation, 2016 Vol. 5, No. 1, , ISSN: 2315-8212

This study empirically examined the relationship between Service Positioning Strategies and Business Performance of Fast Food Firms in South-South of Nigeria. The influx of companies in the region, brought about unprecedented increased in the fast food activities and operators in the region. In the face of the attendant keen competition among fast foods firms in the region, there appear instability and downturn in the fast food sector that has lead most fast food firms struggling to stay afloat or wounding up owing to the prevalent uncertainties in the Nigeria business environment. Drawing on the resource dependency theory, two research questions and six hypotheses were proposed. A population of 165 fast food firms was studied. The various analyses were statistically tested using Spearman Rank Order Correlation Coefficient (SPSS Version 20.0). Our research findings revealed highly significant positive relationship between the predictor and criterion variables. The study therefore concluded that there is a strong relationship between service positioning strategies and business performance of fast food firms in South-South, Nigeria. Recommendation provided that the management of these fast food firms in south-south and indeed other regions in Nigeria to adopt active strategies of service positioning that will help them enhance the expected satisfaction of consumers and thus increase business performance.

 

4

IGWE, P & ASIEGBU, I F. (2015)

 “Service Environment And Customer Loyalty Of Commercial Airline Operators In Nigeria”, Journal of Management and social sciences,2015 Vol 3, No1

 

The aim of this study is to determine the extent of relationship between service environment and customer loyalty of commercial airline operators in Nigeria. Drawing on resource-based theory we are of the opinion that a good service environment can be a strategic resource for competitive advantage; especially when it enables a service firm achieve customer loyalty. We adopted the cross-sectional survey in a non-contrived setting. Primary data were collected with one hundred and forty copies of questionnaire administered to air passengers of 29 commercial airlines in Nigeria. Spearman Rank Order Correlation was adopted to establish the extent of relationship between the variables. We found that Service environment positively influences customer loyalty, and elements of service environment, such as physical attractiveness, human interactions and service innovativeness positively influence customer loyalty indicators, such as, customer satisfaction and customer perception of quality. We recommend that the airline operators in Port Harcourt should adopt service environment that emphasizes physical attractiveness, human interaction and service innovativeness to enable them win and retain customer loyalty.

 

5

IGWE, P & ASIEGBU, I. F. (2015)

Customer Loyalty: Concept, Approaches and Relevance, Revisited, Journal of Management and social sciences ,2015 Vol. 3, No1

 

No doubt, every organization strives to have, grow and retain loyal customers in its competitive business environment. The cost of making a non-customer switch and become customer is much higher than the cost of retaining an existing customer. A firm's customers have to be satisfied and happy with their relationship for them to remain loyal. Customer loyalty, is thus, one of the objectives of profit organizations the world over. This paper is a review that tries to capture the concept of customer loyalty, its approaches and relevance as well. It is aimed at making businesses re-evaluate their understanding of customer loyalty and appreciate the indispensable need for achieving it in both domestic and global businesses.

 

 

6

IGWE, P

&

ASIEGBU, I. F,

Waiting Time Environment and Customer Satisfaction

Development Studies Round Table ( Journal of Development), Vol. 5, No2

Time is a scarce resource, and needs to be properly managed. If time is money, the situation that consumers perceive as a waste of time should then be seen as losses. Organizations, therefore, need to forestall these losses by providing business settings that prevent or minimize it in order to win customers' continued patronage. This paper appreciates the import of waiting time environment on customer purchase decision. The aim of this paper is to examine the existing literature view on the relationship between waiting time environment and customer satisfaction

 

7

Amadi, Lawrence

&

 

Igwe, Peace

value creation and sales performance

of small and medium scale enterprises in Nigeria, West African Journal of Business and Management Sciences. Vol.5 No 2

 

This paper examined value creation and sales performance of SMEs in Nigeria. Data were collected from 279 entrepreneurs drawn from various sectors. The study utilized both quantitative data (questionnaire) and qualitative data (interview). The spearman rank correlation coefficient facilitated by Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 19.0 was utilized for the analysis of data. The findings revealed that there is a significant relationship between product quality and sales growth, product quality and sales turnover, a positive and significant relationship between delivery performance and sales growth, delivery performance and sales turnover, after sales services and sales growth, after sales services and sales turnover of SMEs. From the above findings, it was concluded that value creation (product quality, delivery performance and after sales services) enhances sales performance (sales growth and sales turnover) of small and medium scale enterprises in Nigeria. Based on the findings and conclusion, it was recommended that small and medium business operators in Nigeria should embrace the concept of value creation as it would enhance the sales performance of their firm

 

 

8

Ozuru, H. N.

           &

        Igwe, P.

Service Expertise and Marketing Success of Government Owned Hospitals in Rivers State

Journal of Marketing Development  , 2  2016

This paper empirically examined the relationship between service expertise such as employee skills and knowledge expertise; on marketing success metrics such as service quality, customer satisfaction and customer loyalty. Population of interest was 7, with a sample size of 60 determined through convenient sampling technique. Sixty (60) copies of the questionnaire were administered to the respondents. Upon retrieval and after cleaning, Fifty-six (56) was found usable for data analysis. The Spearman Rank correlation coefficient was used for analysis with the aid of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 20. This study found that service expertise strategies significantly influenced marketing success. Therefore, we conclude that employee skills and knowledge expertise proved to have more influence on marketing success. It was therefore recommended that government hospitals should place high premium on service expertise since employees are contact points where customers get first impression.

 

 

9

IGWE, P & Kalu, S. E

Patient Care Initiative and Behavioural Intentions of Hospitals in Rivers State

Nigerian Journal of Financial research. Vol. 11, No1

The study examined the relationship between patient care initiatives and behavioural intentions of hospitals in Rivers State. Six hypotheses were stated and the data were collected through a 5 point likert scale questionnaire. A total of 100 copies of questionnaire were distributed to in-patients of selected hospitals in Rivers State based on convenience. We adopted the spearman’s rank order correlation to determine the relationship between the variables. The alternate hypotheses were accepted except for one null hypothesis that was accepted. We recommend that  hospitals should understand that patients may get displeased if they continuously neglect crucial areas of service needs hence, hospitals should make provisions for improvements in the manner they attend to patients’ needs so as to properly and adequately satisfy these patients, thereby, gaining  positive behavioral response for future patronage.

 

10

Taiwo Oladapo

 

Igwe Peace

Usage of Senses In Marketing and Customer Patronage of Fast Food Firms In Port Harcourt

 

This study examined the relationship between Sensory marketing; such as appeals to Sight, scent and sound, on customer patronage metrics such as repeat purchase, customer referrals and customer retention.  A Convenience sample was adopted; as a result three hundred copies of questionnaire were retrieved and usable. Analysis of the data was made through spearman rank correlation coefficient of the SPSS version 21 package. The study concluded that sensory marketing strategies significantly influence customer patronage in varying degrees. It was therefore recommended that fast food firms should research into the sensorial needs of their target customers, hence apply an integrated sensory strategy, which could help in enhancing customer patronage.

 

 

 

 

(B)       INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS

S/NO

AUTHOR/YEAR

TITLE

ABSTRACT

1

 Asiegbu, Ikechukwu F.,  

 

Igwe, Peace

 

 Akekue-Alex, Nenaaton

 Physical Evidence and Marketing Performance of Commercial Airlines in Nigeria. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, Vol. 2 No. 12; December 2012, pp.136-149. ISSN: 2162-139x(Print) ISSN: 2162-12x (Online)

 The main purpose of this study was to determine the extent to which physical evidence affects marketing performance of commercial airlines in Nigeria. Data collected from 110 crew resource managers, aircraft maintenance personnel, pilots, financial accountants, and customer service managers from 29 commercial airlines in Nigeria were analyzed using Pearson’s r and stepwise regression statistics. It was found that physical evidence dimensions – ambience, personnel competence, and service systems design affect marketing performance measures – sales growth, market share and profitability of these airlines. We therefore, recommend that for commercial airlines in Nigeria to substantially increase their marketing performance, they should imbibe strategies that are capable of providing air passengers reliable, safe, and comfortable flights. These include very sound aircrafts with attractive ambience, highly experienced and competent staff, and air passenger-friendly service systems design.

2

IGWE, P & Kalu, S. E

Service Innovativeness and Customer Satisfaction of Four Star Hotels in Rivers State. international journal of research in management & business studies, ISSN: 2348 - 6503 (Online) | ISSN: 2348 - 893X (Print

In the wake of globalization, business competitions in terms of approaches are fiercer than ever before. Consequently, strategies needed for survival in the market place and in fulfilling customer’s expectation of service have rather ceaselessly resulted to obsolete decisions in quick successions. The purpose of this research work is to investigate the relationship between Service Innovativeness and Customer satisfaction of four star hotels in Rivers State. Hypotheses were stated in null form and analyzed contextually using multiple regressions. The findings revealed a strong and positive relationship between Service innovativeness and customer satisfaction. We therefore concluded that the dimensions of Service Innovativeness as explicated in service process and service outcome are very effective marketing tool for satisfying customers of four star hotels in Rivers State. This research is limited to data characterized by only a snapshot situation, hence, confines our ability to assess the longevity of the influence of service innovativeness on guest’s satisfaction. By implication, Managers would need to make proactive changes that focus even more strongly on customer preferences, quality of service, and technological interfaces in course of business transactions.

Full Name:

OSHI, Joseph Elang Odey.  (KSM, JP)

Discipline:

Management

Designation(s):

Lecturer in Management

Area of Specialization:

Entrepreneurship/Human Resources Management

E-mail:

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Telephone /Postal Address

+234-8033132695/P.M.B. 5323, Choba, Port Harcourt, Nigeria

ORCID Link

https//orcid.org/0000-0002-6550-2824

Academic Qualifications:

Ph.D. (on going)

M. Sc.

B.Sc. Hons ( 22) -

Graduate Diploma -

 

MBA -

 

PGD(Education) -

 

Anambra State University, Uli, Anambra State.

Anambra State University, Uli, Anambra State.

Management, University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Nigeria (1997) 

Computer, Domine Computer Institute, T/ Mafara, Zamfara State, Nigeria (1998)

Management, Rivers State University of Science & Technology, Port Harcourt, Nigeria (2004)

National Teachers Institute, Kaduna, (Affiliated to Usman Danfodiyo University Sokoto, Nigeria (2012)

Academic/Administrative Experience:

2008 to Date

 

Teaching, Research and Community Service.

Technical/Industrial/Professional Experiences:

1997-1998

 

 

 

 

2000 -2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2007-2009

 

 

National Youth Service  Corp.(Maradun LGA, Zamfara State)

Corpers Liaison Officer (CLO) of Maradun LGA, Zamfara State.

- Coordinating the activities and welfare of all NYSC members of the LGA including clearances and community service projects.

Kenif Investments Ltd, 6 Industry Road, Port Harcourt. [An Indigenous Freight Forwarding and General Holdings firm]

Administrative /  Personnel  Manager

-Undertaking some levels of planning and coordination of office procedures.

-Supervision of day-to-day operations 0f the departments.

-Overseeing the overall functioning of the office and assigning tasks of clerical staff

- Handling of recruitment and other employee welfare related issues.

 

Part time Lecturing at Azure Management Services lecture Centre for Institute of Personnel Managers of Nigeria (CIPMN) Government Craft Centre, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

Research Experience:

BSC Project (1997): The Impact of Training and Development on Productivity and Industrial Harmony in the Nigerian Oil Sector.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MBA Thesis (2004): Time Management and Work Values in the Shipping Industry. (A Study of Selected Shipping Firms in Port Harcourt)

 

PGDE Project (2009): Factors influencing higher academic aspirations of secondary school teachers in Etche L.G.A of Rivers State 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gabriel, J. M. O. and Oshi, J. E. O. (2009) Man and The Search for Social Reality at Work. Nigerian Business and Social Review Journal. Vol. 8, No 1 (January), 2009. Dept. of Bus Admin. RSUST, Port Harcourt   pp 92-116.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ogunbiyi, S. S., Okunlola, F. A., and Oshi, J.E.O (2010) Government Expenditure on Agriculture and the Nigeria Economy (1970-2009) The Nigerian Journal of Financial Research (NJOFIR) Vol. 7, No. 2, 2009. pp. 120-124

 

 

 

 

Oshiomu, A.O, Oshi, J.E.O & Anagbogu, G.E (2010) Role Stress and Performance Effectiveness of Academic Heads in Tertiary Institutions in Akwa Ibom & Cross River States. The Leajon, An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies Vol1. No.2 Feb. 2010. pp. 120 – 124.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ogunbiyi, S. S. and Oshi, J. E. O. (2011) Ordinary Shares (Equity) Subscription and the Performance of Nigeria Economy. A Time Series Analysis. (1980-2008). African Journal of Professional Research on Human Development (AJPRHD) Vol. 7. No.1. March, 2011. Pp. 1-9. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oshi, J. E. O. and Ogunbiyi, S. S. (2011) The Implication of Government Bailout of Private Enterprises for Socio-economic Development: A case of Nigeria.  African Journal of Professional Research on Human Development (AJPRHD) Vol. 7. No.1. March, 2011. Pp. 107-111.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Eketu, C.A, and Oshi, J.E.O. (2010) Banking Sector Recapitalization Programme and Labour Turnover Behaviour of Commercial Banks. Universal Journal on Sustainable Development Research (UJSDR) Vol. 7, No. 3 Sept 2010. Pp. 141-145. Foreign Journal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ogunbiyi, S. S. & Oshi, J. E. O. (2013). Research on the Relationship between Mortgage Market and the GDP Growth of Nigeria. (1980-2011). Universal Journal on Sustainable Development Research (UJSDR) Vol. 10, No. 1. March. 2013. Pp. 71-78. Foreign Journal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Iyeli, I. I., Oshi, J. E. O. & Effiom, L, (2012). Economic Meltdown: An Examination of Country-to-Country Experiences and Policy Options. EBSU Journal of Social Sciences, Ebonyi State University. Vol. 3 No. 1, September, 2012. Pp 58-70.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oshi, J. E. O & Onwuka, E.M Ph.D

Determinants of Success Factors in Entrepreneurship in Nigeria. A Study of Selected SME’s In Port Harcourt Rivers State. University of Port Harcourt Journal of Management, Dept. of Management, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Port Harcourt. Vol. 1, No. 1, 2016. Pp. 1-15.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oshi, J. E. O; Onwuka, E.  M.  Ph.D and Enyia, C.  D. (2016).  Impact of ICT on employee productivity in public enterprises in Nigeria.  A study of selected enterprises in Rivers State. Researchjournali’s Journal of Management. Vol. 4, No. 6, August, 2016. www.researchjournali.com. (Online)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oshi, Joseph E. O. & Enyia, Charles Daniel (2017). Examining how monetary and non-monetary rewards can influence voluntary and involuntary turnover in fast-food restaurants in Port Harcourt. IIARD International Journal of Economics and Business Management. Vol. 3. No. 4. 2017. Pp, 17-27. www. iiardpub.org. (Online)

 

Oshi, J. E.; O. Ule, P. & Ogah, J. Idagu (2017). Entrepreneurial Intensity and Corporate Sustainability in the Nigerian Extractive Industry. Everant Journals/Account and Financial Management Journal (AFMJ) Vol. 2 Issue 12, December 2017. Pp 1218-1225. www.everant.org. (Online)

 

 

 

 

 

Textbooks/Chapter Contribution.

Onuoha, B. C., Oshi, J. E. O. & Ofoegbu, W.C. (2016). Entrepreneurial Environment in Nigeria.  Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. Onuoha, B. C. & Egbe, S. (eds). 13-24. Port Harcourt: University of Port Harcourt Press Ltd.

 

Onuoha, B. C.; Oshi, J. E. O. & Ndu, E, C. (2016). Family Business and Succession Planning. Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. n Onuoha, B. C. & Egbe, S. (eds.). 143-156. Port Harcourt: University of Port Harcourt Press Ltd.

 

Oshi, J. E. O. (2016). Creativity and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. n Onuoha, B. C. & Egbe, S. (eds.). 179-188. Port Harcourt: University of Port Harcourt Press Ltd.

 

Oshi, J.E.O. (2011) Management Information System.  Introduction to Business. Onuoha B. C. & Ogbulu, O. M. (eds.). 337-351. Owerri, Imo State:  African Entrepreneurship and Leadership Initiative.

 

Entrepreneurship and small business management – Theory and Practice (2010)

 

 

Contributions to Knowledge:

This study attempts to establish if the training and development of employees have a joint impact on productivity and industrial harmony in the Nigerian oil sector. The main thrust of this study was to examine the impact of training and development programmes on employees’ productivity and industrial harmony in the Nigerian Oil industry. Data were obtained from 120 employees from three oil firms in Warri, Lagos and Port Harcourt, in the Management, Supervisory and Operative levels. The results revealed that exposure to training and development programmes enhance employees’ acquisition of skills and productivity and also enhances industrial harmony. The study further revealed that the most common objective of these training and development programme is to enhance efficiency. An important highlight of these result was the weak association between these variables, derived with the aid of the coefficient of contingency. It is reasonable to suggest that these weak relationship between the variables confirm the postulations that training and development programs alone do not account for productivity and industrial harmony (Donelly, Gibson and Ivancevich, (1987) and Nwachukwu, 1988). It seem plausible to suggest that other factors like level of technology, competence of management, supply of labour, etc., all play important roles in enhancing productivity and industrial harmony. Direction for further research were also presented.

 

This study evaluates the relationship between time management and work values as it relates to the attitude of freight forwarders in the shipping industry in Nigeria. 

 

 

 

The main thrust of this research was to examine the factors influencing higher academic aspirations of secondary school teachers in Etche Local Government Area of Rivers State. Data were obtained from 180 respondents from 12 secondary schools (2 schools per zone) that constituted 60% of all the secondary schools in the six zones. Four research questions were generated and analysed with the aid of mean and rank order. The findings revealed that, the availability of programmes like the sandwich courses have influenced the teachers most, the attraction for higher pay package ranked highest and the rural locality influenced the teachers in their opting for possible transfer to urban areas. The study recommends among others that, the appropriate organs of government should make teachers’ efforts in aspiring for higher academic qualification more realistic through introduction of scholarship to relief teachers of the financial burden of such further studies and the implementation of the reward of such effort by effecting such promotions or increased pay without delay. A suggestion for further research was also proffered.

 

This study draws a position on the philosophical perspectives that propels the justification of researches in the social sciences to provide answers to the researchers’ life in the workplace. People have the freedom to choose meaning (McArthur, 1958) through their interactive experiencing with various internal and external contexts (Chen, 2000) as such, meaning is the underlying motivation behind thoughts, actions and even the interpretation and application of knowledge at the workplace. This paper has it foundation laid on the philosophical assumption of social science research, focusing on Positivism, Idealism and Critical, Realism. In furtherance, it discussed the salient elements of Nomothetic, Ideographic and Paradigm triangulated Research. Consequently, the paper navigated the entire Social Science Research process and hinged its conclusion on the premise that research is proliferated with arsenal of philosophical stance and approaches which is a chief determinant of the researcher’s, total research life in the workplace.

 

 

 

 

This Paper attempts to determine the relationship between Federal Government expenditure in Agriculture and the GDP of Nigeria between 1970 and 2009. The results showed that there is a positive and significant relationship the GDP and expenditure on agric. Thus, expenditure on agric affects the GDP growth in Nigeria. The methodology used was the simple regression analysis.it was also discovered that currently, the amount expended on the agric sector is not enough judging from the beta coefficient of 8.449474. it was concluded that agriculture should be a policy issue since its contribution is Jermaine to the growth of an economy. It was also recommended that both the government and private sectors should invest more in the sector.

 

This study sought the influence of role stress on performance effectiveness of Academic heads of tertiary Institutions in Akwa Ibom and Cross River State.  The ex-post facto design was used. A sample of 160 heads and 640 lecturers were used. Lecturers assessed academic heads’ performance on communication, motivation, decision-making, leadership and human relations effectiveness. Two research instrument were utilized: Managerial Stress Questionnaire (MSQ) and Performance Effectiveness Questionnaire (PEQ). The one- Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) with its associated posts-hoc comparison analysis were used to test the hypothesis stated, at .05 level of significance. The result revealed a significant influence of role-based stress on the performance effectiveness of academic heads. Head with low and average role stress levels were deemed more effective than those with high role stress level. It concluded that role-stress adversely affects performance effectiveness of academic heads. It recommended that the roles and responsibilities of academic heads should be defined and efforts should be made towards reducing the workload of academic heads.

 

This study examines whether stock market promotes economic growth in Nigeria hence it establishes a positive link between stock market and economic growth. To achieve the objective, ordinary least squares regression (OLS) was employed using the that from 1980-2008. The results indicated that there is a positive relationship between the economic growth and stock market development. With 74 percent R-square and 72 percent adjusted R-squared, the result showed that economic growth in Nigeria is adequately explained by the model for the period 1980 – 2008. By implication 74 percent of the variation in the growth of economic activities is explained by the independent variables. The results of the study, which established positive links between stock market and economic growth, suggests the pursuit of policies geared towards rapid development of the stock market. Also, all sector of the economy should act in a collaborative manner such that the optimum benefits of linkages between stock market and economic growth can be realized in Nigeria.

 

This paper examined the implication of Government bailout of private enterprises as a vehicle for socioeconomic development and concludes that grave consequences arise if government ignores such interventions. The distinction adopted in describing an economy of a country is tied to its being classified in terms of who controls certain sectors of the economy either in private ownership, free market mechanism and government controlled. The interplay by the private sector as government engages in business activities of a country provides the basis of this study which X-rays the socio-economic consequences of bailout of firms. An essential element of a healthy free market is that both success and failure ought to be allowed in terms of which of the two conditions a firm deserves. Scholars are polarized on the bailout option, but irrespective of the position advocated, It has remarkable consequences on the socioeconomic development of country. This paper revealed that since the performance of firms drive the socioeconomic train of Nigeria some of the consequences it trigger in Nigeria are unhealthy.

 

 

 

This paper establishes the impact of the recapitalization of Nigerian banks in the area of labour turnover and the resultant dysfunctional latent consequence that incapacitates the economy.  The need to revamp the Nigeria economy from total collapse has resulted to several reforms with their attendant intended and unintended consequences. This study examined the impact of the banking sector consolidation programs on labour turnover behavior of banks in Nigeria. The study adopted a cross-sectional survey research design involving 24 commercial banks in Nigeria. The data generated through primary and secondary sources were analyzed using Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation coefficient. The study revealed that, the struggle by banks to meet the recapitalization requirement and still remain n profitable operation induced a very high level of involuntary employee attrition, therefore increasing the rate of the already nightmarish unemployment situation of the economy. The paper concluded that the banking reforms agendum has created a dysfunctional latent consequence (unemployment) that further incapacitates the Nigerian economy.

 

This study examines the nexus between the mortgage market and its impact on the GDP growth of the Nigerian economy between the time frame of 1980 and 2011. This work focuses on activities of the mortgage market in Nigeria and its implication on the country. It among other things examined the assets and liabilities of the mortgage institutions in the course of carrying out their role of mortgage financing. The study used data from 1980 to 2011 periods and adopts the multiple regression analytical technique in providing answers to the hypotheses stated. Two hypotheses were stated. The first asked whether there exist a significant relationship between mortgage bank’s asset and the Nigerian economic growth. While the second examined whether there is a significant relationship between mortgage bank’s liabilities and Nigeria’s economic growth. The former exhibit a positive nad insignificant relationship with a sig value = 0.334 while the latter showed a positive and significant relationship of sig = 0.000 level. It was recommended among other things that the mortgage market be provided with adequate funding through the interplay of private and public partnership.

 

This paper concludes with a plausible panacea to Nigerian economic mangers on developing and implementing strategic plans that will cushion the country from the jolts of the global meltdown. The 2008 global economic meltdown has its origin largely in the flawed policies of the American government in the last 10 years and the extravagant lifestyles which their system seemed to encourage. When their financial system melted, it reverberated across the globe. Most developed countries acted individually to put in place some emergency measures to stop further slide and cushion, as it were, their people from the effects of the crisis. The top industrialized economies under the G-20 also came together to take harmonized or unified actions against the perceived causes of the meltdown. Their objectives were to avoid such major dislocations in the future and coordinate such actions so that they are not at cross proposes between their members. This study attempted a contrast of these measures with ones taken by Nigeria where top government officials are still not in agreement as to the impact of the meltdown on our economy. It reviewed some of these haphazard actions of the Nigerian government and concluded that if developed countries succeed in coming out of the recession, it would not be by luck, rather it will be the outcome of pre-meditated actions calculated to jolt the economy back into life. In contrast, if the Nigerian economy bounces back, it will not be because its leadership took any fundamental actions to make it happen. It recommends a fundamental shift for the Nigerian economic managers and other less developed countries of the need to gather data, develop and implement strategic plans that wll see the country out of the woods.

 

This study examined the success factor determinants of entrepreneurs in Nigeria, with emphasis on selected SME’s in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. The population of the study comprised 182 entrepreneurs of small and medium scale enterprises within the three campuses of the university of Port Harcourt in Choba, Port Harcourt. This constitutes the sample size of the study, with a response rate of 66%. The determinants under consideration were factored into a model adapted from Pragg, (1999), prompting the formulation an testing of four research questions. Data were analyzed with the aid of descriptive statistics, tables and mean score ranking. The results revealed that all the factors modeled into the study exceeded the 2.0 cut off point for positive score, affirming that human Capital, financial capital, social capital and personality traits constitute that bulk of factors that determine entrepreneurial success. The rankings were further factor analysed with the aid of the SPSS version 20 to ascertain the ranking results. The findings revealed cumulative percentage variance of 76, 84, 96 and 85 respectively. It concluded that factors like the entrepreneurs passion for the business, financing with own capital, concern for customer’s wellbeing, determination, among others, were significant,, about the success indices of profit, employment provision and duration of the business. It is therefore recommended that a review of this success dimension would assist entrepreneurs to a large extent.

 

The use of ICT in Nigerian public sector have increased the overall productivity of employees in the sector which has also reflected in the overall GDP growth of Nigeria.  This study would look at how perceived ICT belief and Task-Technology fit affect employee productivity using personal characteristics as a moderating variable.  These personal characteristics include Gender, Age and Educational qualification. 250 copies of questionnaire were distributed to five ministry namely; Ministry of finance,  ministry of work,  ministry of Education,  Ministry of Health as well as ministry of information.  122 out of the 250 copies were returned which represent 49% of the copies distributed.  Fro.  The findings,  there is a high regression weight existing between Task-technology fit and employee productivity while there is a negative regression weight existing between perceived ICT belief and employees productivity.  The moderating effect of personal characteristics also had a significant effect on productivity which implies that for employees in the sector the extent to which new technology helps them in doing their job impacts on their productivity especially when moderated by personal characteristics.  These results are reflected in our Structural Equation Model (SEM) and both SPSS version 20 and AMOS version 18 were used in carrying out our analyses.

 

This paper examines the extent to which reward systems in the fast-food industry can determine employee voluntary and involuntary mobility where organizational climate is a moderating variable. 200 copies of the questionnaire were distributed to 10 fast-food restaurants and 163 copies were returned and useful for analyses. This study realized the fact that employees within the fast-food restaurants place more value on non-monetary rewards than they do for monetary rewards. 

 

 

 

 

 

The study examines how extractive industries can be sustained within the context of entrepreneurial intensity in the Nigerian work environment. The nature of the study gave rise to quasi experimental design with simple random sampling technique used to select 400 personnel from five major extractive firms. These personnel are mainly managers and stakeholders who sample their individual opinion concerning the sustainability of their corporations through entrepreneurial intensity. The study utilizes multiple regression analysis and found that organizations can maintain sustainable development through entrepreneurial level of innovation, pro-activeness and risk-taking propensity. Based on the findings, we conclude that organizations should map out modalities to monitor and checkmate deviations and unethical practices among staff as well as government involvement in the resource rich industry.

 

 

This Chapter x-rays the relevance of the business environment to an Entrepreneur. Understanding the entrepreneurial environment provides the Entrepreneur with the requisite knowledge of all the forces from the general, task and internal environments which would define the strength, weakness, opportunity and threat of the venture.

 

 

 

 

This chapter examines the concept of the  entrepreneurial family firms against the backdrop of the trending recognition that such businesses are now dominating the economies of most nations. The challenges faced by family businesses as well as the issue of succession planning is extensively addressed.

 

 

 

 

 

This chapter addresses the importance of creativity in Entrepreneurship and links it to the Intellectual Property Protection (IPP) which guarantees a preservation of the entrepreneurs effort. Creativity is said to be the key that triggers generation of ideas. Hence,an adaptation of the Osborne’s tool to aid creativity is brought alive with the SCAMPER acronym.

 

 

This chapter of the textbook addresses the importance of Management Information System as an integral tool in contemporary business. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A text co-authored by all lecturers of the Faculty of Management Sciences. It addresses The NUC undergraduate Curriculum for teaching of Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship.

Current Areas of Research:

‘Registering a New Business’. Chapter Contribution in New Business Development in Entrepreneurship.

 

Social Entrepreneurship and Economic Development in Nigeria: An Exploratory Analysis of Nigeria and Selected Economies.

Entrepreneurial and Internal Business Process in Agro-based SME’s in Nigeria.

 

 

 

 

This chapter addresses the reasons, procedures and legal framework in registering a new business in Nigeria.

Professional Body Membership

  • Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM) Chartered
  • Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPMN)
  • The Academy of Management Nigeria (Student Member)
  • USASBE(United States Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship)

Workshops/Conferences Attended

  • 4th and 5th National Conference of Academy of Management Nigeria held at University Port Harcourt & University of Calabar respectively.

 

  • Degree Results Presentation Workshop, University of Port Harcourt, March 6, 2011 at the ICT Centre, University of Port Harcourt.

 

  • The 14th Entrepreneurship Experiential Classroom, held in Gainesville Florida at the University of Florida, USA. September 26-29. 2013.

 

  • Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Module Development Workshop at University of Port Harcourt Business School,  Off Sanni Abacha Road, Port Harcourt, on 3rd -10th December, 2013.

 

  • Advanced Digital Appreciation Programme for Tertiary Institution (ADAPTI) Training at ICT Centre University of Port Harcourt. March 31- April 4. 2014.
  • Gaining Competitive Edge through Strategic Human Resource Management. A workshop under the auspices of University of Port Harcourt Business School. April 30 – May 2, 2014.

 

  • Entrepreneurship Education and Training in Public Tertiary Institutions Capacity Building Workshop held at Auchi Polytecnic, Auchi, Edo State on 26th – 27th November, 2014.

 

  • 2 Day Grant-Winning Proposal Writing Workshop held at Faculty of Management Sciences Auditorium, University of Port Harcourt. Port Harcourt, on 10th -11 May 2017.

 

  • NUC/ENAGO Authors Workshop for Young Academics. Basic Sudies Auditorium, University of Port Harcourt. Port Harcourt, Rivers State Nigeria on December 13, 2017.

 

Volunteer Experiences

  • Nigerian Red Cross Society
  • 1992 - 2007 Membership of Rotaract Club, a youth wing of Rotary International of District 9140 Nigeria.  I served in various capacities as
  • Club President: Rotaract Club of University of Port Harcourt.
  • Zonal Representative: Rivers Zone of Rotaract Clubs.
  • District Officer: Rotact District 9140, Nigeria.
  •  Chairman/membership of various committees.
  • Exposure to beneficial seminars and conferences focused on leadership and personal development that influenced club/project management for the benefit of the less privileged and target communities.
  • Features Editor, Nigeria Universities of Association of Management Students(NUAMS) Magazine of University of Port Harcourt.   

FULL NAME: OGUNBIYI, SUNDAY SAMUEL(Ph.D)

 DESIGNATION: Senior Lecturer in Finance and Banking

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EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:

2012:                           DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PhD) IN FINANCE and BANKING,

                                    UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT

2007:                           MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) in FINANCE,

                                    UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT

2011:                           BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.Sc) in FINANCE and BANKING,

                                    UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT

1987:                           WEST AFRICAN SCHOOL CERTIFICATE,

                                    IJEBU-ODE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, IJEBU-ODE, OGUN STATE

1982:                           FIRST SCHOOL LEAVING CERTIFICATE

                                    ARMY CHILDREN SCHOOL, RUKUBA BARRACKS, JOS,                                                         PLATEAU STATE

CAREER OBJECTIVE:                   MY CAREER GOAL IS TO IMPART AND INFLUENCE

                                                            PEOPLE POSITIVELY IN THE COURSE OF MY JOB,

                                                            FOR THE BETTERMENT OF NIGERIA AS A WHOLE.

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES 

(i)         FELLOW OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF FINANCIAL AND INVESTMENT

            ANALYST, NIGERIA (F'cfian)

(ii)        MEMBER, ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT, NIGERIA

(iii)       MEMBER, DIRECTORS GUILD OF NIGERIA

WORK EXPERIENCE

 

(i)         OCT.2014 TILL DATE:                    SENIOR LECTURER

                                                                        DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE & BANKING,

                                                                        UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT

(ii)        OCT. 2011 to OCT.2014:                  LECTURER 1,

                                                                        DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE & BANKING,

                                                                        UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT

(iii)       MARCH, 2008 to OCT. 2011:          LECTURER II

                                                                        DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE & BANKING,

                                                                        UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT

(iv)       OCT. 2004 to JUNE, 2005:               INVENTORY CONTROL SUPERVISOR

                                                                        UNIVERSAL SODEXHO, NIG. LTD

                                                                        PORT HARCOURT, RIVERS STATE

(v)        DEC. 1990 to JULY, 2012:                BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

                                                                        NATIONAL FERTILIZER COMPANY OF                                                                           NIGERIA LTD

(vi)       JULY, 2000 to JULY, 2001: CORP LIAISON OFFICER (NYSC),

                                                                        ISIALA NGWA NORTH, ABIA STATE

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2012 till Date:                        MEMBER, BOARD OF FELLOWS

                                                CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF FINANCIAL AND INVESTMENT ANALYST, NIGERIA

MAY, 2014 till DATE:               EX OFFICIO MEMBER OF COUNCIL

                                                CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF FINANCIAL AND INVESTMENT ANALYST, NIGERIA

 

UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION

NOV. 2011:                SECRETARY, ACIB/BSc CURRICULUM REVIEW COMMITTEE

MARCH, 2013:         MEMBER, FACULTY FUND-RAISING COMMITTEE

JAN. 2013:                 STAFF ADVISER ON ACADEMIC MATTERS

                                    DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE and BANKING

                                    UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT

2015. to DATE:                      DEPARTMENTAL POST GRADUATE COORDINATOR

DEC. 2013 to MARCH, 2016:           FACULTY COORDINATOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICE

Dec. 2016 to date:      FACULTY STAFF ADVICER

Dec. 2016 to date:      Chairman ICT committee

 

COURSES TAUGHT IN THE UNIVERSITY

  1.   FIN. 333.2     FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT        
  2.   GES 400.2:    ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROJECT
  3.   GES 300.1:    FUNDAMENTALS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP.
  4.   FIN 331.1:     MONEY AND BANKING 
  5.   FIN 450.2:     FINANCIAL INFORMATION SYSTEM
  6.   FIN 434.2:     PROJECT EVALUATION
  7.   FIN 439.2:     FINANCIAL POLICY  
  8.   FIN 232.2      PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE
  9.   FIN. 907.1     EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION IN FINANCE
  10.   FIN. 801.1     CORPORATE FINANCE
  11.   FIN. 908.1     COMPARATIVE ISSUES IN FINANCE

 

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

                Financial Management, Money and Banking, Financial Information System,       Principles of Finance, and Small business Finance.

RESEARCH PUBLICATION

BOOKS

(i)         Dictionary of Finance & Banking, Davidstones Publishers, 2008

(ii)        Money & The Nigerian Financial System, Jeso Int'l Publishers, 2009

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Local Journals
  1. Arewa, A. Owoputi, A.J and Ogunbiyi S.S. (2017), Monetary Policy Target and Optimum Exchange Rate Determination in Nigeria. Yobe Journal of Economics (YOJE). 4(1). (My Contribution in this Paper is 40%)
  2. Ogunbiyi S.S. and Sefiu L.O. Banking Sector Reforms as a Paradigm Shift in SMEs Finance in Nigeria: A Causality Relationship. Human Capital Development: A Research Journal on Contemporary Issues and Development 2017; 6(1) 1-19. (Nigeria)
  3. Ogunbiyi S.S. and Monogbe T.G. Development Banks in the Nigeria Economic Growth Process: A Multi Sectoral Analysis (ARDL Approach). Human Capital Development: A Research Journal on Contemporary Issues and Development 2017; 6(1) 126-139. (Nigeria)
  4. Ogunbiyi, S.S and Monogbe, T.G. Government Policy and Performance of Small and Medium Scale Business in Nigeria. De-Caritas Journal of Management and Social Sciences 2017; 9(1) 1-18. (Nigeria)
  5. Ogunbiyi, S.S and Abina, P.A Foreign Investments, Exchange Rates and External Debt Inter-Relationships in Africa: Further Empirical Evidence from Nigeria. (1985-2015). De-Caritas Journal of Management and Social Sciences 2017; 9(1) 28-44. (Nigeria)
  6. Ogunbiyi, S.S, and Monogbe, T.G. Leveraging Nigerian SMEs to Economic Growth: Micro Credit or Conventional Credit? New Era Research Journal of Human, Educational and Sustainable Development 2017; 10(1). Printed and Published by De-Caritas Publishers, Port Harcourt. (Nigeria)
  7. Ogunbiyi, S.S. and Sunday, F. Oil Price Shocks and Exchange Rate Volatility: An Implications on Nigeria Economic Growth. Human Capital Development (HUCADE), A Research Journal on Contemporary Issues and Development 2016; 5(4) 1-15. (Nigeria)
  8. Ogunbiyi, S.S. and Monogbe, T.G. Dividend Policy, Financial Performance and Causality in Nigeria. Human Capital Development (HUCADE), A Research Journal on Contemporary Issues and Development 2016; 5(4) 70-81. (Nigeria)
  9. Ogunbiyi, S.S. and Abina, P.A. Empirical Investigation into the Discrepancies between theories on Government Capital Expenditure and Economic Growth of Nigeria. Journal of Management Research and Development 2016; JMRD 5(1) 53-67. (Nigeria)
  10. Ogunbiyi, S.S. and Monogbe, T. Sectoral Lending and the Nigerian Economic Growth Process. Journal of Management Research and Development 2016; JMRD 5(2) 121-132. (Nigeria)
  11. Nnamdi, I.S. Ogunbiyi, S.S and Ebirim, M. Transition to a Consolidated Banking Framework in Nigeria: A Comparative Analysis of Predictive Potentials. Nigeria Journal of Finance and Research 2016; (11).1 (Nigeria) (My Contribution in this Paper is 20%)
  12. Ogunbiyi, S.S and Okunlola, F.A. Domestic Debt and Real Sector Growth: A Vector Auto Regression Analysis (VAR) Approach. Nigerian Journal of Financial Research 2015; 10(2) 1-10. (Nigeria)
  13. Ogunbiyi, S.S and Abina, P.A. Financial Integration and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Granger Causality Test Approach. Nigerian Journal of Financial Research 2015; 10(2) 53-60. (Nigeria)
  14. Ogunbiyi, S.S. and Ayunku P.E. International Trade Collaborations and the Growth of the Nigerian Economy: A Granger Casualty Approach. (1980-2011). Journal of Business and Value Creation (JBVC) 2013; 2(1) 20-29. (Nigeria)*
  15. Ogunbiyi, S.S. Okunlola, F.A. Financial Intermediation and Economic Growth: The Nigerian Experience (1980-2010). Journal of Management Sciences 2013; 1(1) 99-109. (Nigeria) *
  16. Ogunbiyi, S.S. and Ayunku, P.E.  Fiscal Policy and the economy; the Nigerian Experience (1980 – 2010). Trend Journal of Management and Social Sciences 2012; 5(1) 23-33. (Nigeria) *
  17. Ogunbiyi, S.S and Oshi, J.E.O. Ordinary shares (Equity) subscription and the performance of Nigerian economy. A time series analysis (1980 -2008). African Journal of Professional Research in Human Development 2011; 7(1) 1-9. (Nigeria)*
  18. Oshi, J.E.O and Ogunbiyi, S.S. The Implication of Government Bailout of Private Enterprises for Socioeconomic Development (A Cease of Nigeria): African Journal of Professional Research in Human Development 2011; 7(1) 107-111. (Nigeria)*
  19. Ogunbiyi, S.S and Okunola, F.A. Federal Government Capital Expenditure and Economic Growth in Nigeria (1980-2010). Trend Journal of Management Sciences 2011; 4(4) 97-107. (Nigeria) *
  20. Ogunbiyi, S.S, Okunlola F.A, and Oshi, J.E.O. Government Expenditure on Agric and the Nigerian Economy (1979-2009). The Nigerian Journal of Financial Research (NJOFIR) 2009; 7 (2) 172-186. (Nigeria) * (My Contribution in this Paper is 60%)
  21. Ezirim, C. B, Adebajo R and Ogunbiyi S.S. Microfinance and Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria (Strategies and Challenges) Edited by Chris G. Nwikina and Joshua G. Mawo. 2008, (Nigeria)* (My Contribution in this Paper is 20%)
  1. Foreign Journals

 

  1. Ogunbiyi S.S. and Abina P.A. The Relationship between Fiscal Policy Instrument and Nigeria Economic Performance. Haitian Research Journal on Development Studies 2017; (HRJS) 15(1) 126-139. (Brazil)
  2. Ogunbiyi, S.S. and Akani F.A. White Collar Crime and the Performance of Banks in Nigeria. Brazilian Research Journal of Humanities, Social and Management Sciences 2016; 10(3) 37-50. (Brazil)
  3. Ogunbiyi, S.S and Okoye, N.F. Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth: The Nigerian Experience (1970-2014). Journal of Accounting and Finance Management 2016; 2(6) 50-60. (Nigeria)
  4. Ogunbiyi, S.S and Abina, P.A. Foreign direct investment and Economic Growth Nexus: An Empirical Investigation, Bound Testing Approach: IIARD International Journal of Economics Management 2015; ISSN 2489-0065 Vol. 2 No. 9. (Nigeria)
  5. Ogunbiyi, S.S and Okunlola, F.A. External Debt Burden and the Capital Accumulation of Nigeria: A Co Integration Approach (1980-2012). Research Journal of Finance and Accounting 2015; 6(11) 182-191. (UK)
  6. Ogunbiyi, S.S, Ihejirika, P.O. Interest Rates and Deposit Money Banks’ Profitability Nexus: The Nigeria Experience. Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review (OMAN Chapter) 2014; Vol. 3, No. 11. (Saudi Arabian) *
  7. Ogunbiyi, S.S and Oshi, J.E.O. Research on the Relationship between Mortgage Market and the GDP Growth of Nigeria (1980 – 2011). Universal Journal on Sustainable Developmental Research (UJSDR) 2013; 10(1) 71-78. (Malaysia)*
  8. Ogunbiyi, S.S and Obodo, K.U. Monetary Policy and the Growth of Nigeria Economy (1980-2011). Haitian Research Journal on Development Studies (HRJS) 2012; 10 (4) 80-88. * (Brazil)
  9. Ezirim, C.B., Ogunbiyi, S.S. and Michael, M. Financial Markets and the Economy: A Comparative Analysis of the Experiences of the United States and Nigeria. International Journal of Finance and Policy Analyst. 2008; 1(1) 22-31. * (USA)

 

CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

  1. 4th National Conference of Academy of Management Nigeria held in University of Port Harcourt. May 12 – 14 2010.
  2. 5th National Conference of Academy of Management Nigeria held in University of Calabar. February 23 – 25, 2011.
  3. A two day workshop organized by the International Academy of Business and Behavioral sciences and Markowitz center for research and Development. Juanita Hotel, Port Harcourt. March, 25th and 26th 2011
  4. 6th National Conference of Academy of Management Nigeria held in University of Lagos. February 23 – 25, 2012.
  5. A two day workshop organized by the International Academy of Business and Behavioral sciences and Markowitz center for research and Development. Juanita Hotel, Port Harcourt. March, 25th and 26th 2011
  6. A two day workshop/conference organized by the International Academy of Business and Behavioral sciences and Markowitz center for research and Development. Aldgate Hotel, Port Harcourt. March, 9th to 11th 2017
  7. The 2014 Faculty of Management Sciences. International Conference. October 15th – 18th held at the University Auditorium, Nnamdi Azikiwe University.

 

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ABSTRACTS OF OGUNBIYI, SUNDAY SAMUEL (Ph.D) PUBLICATIONS

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PUBLICATIONS

AUTHORS/YEAR

TITLE

ABSTRACTS

1

 Local Journal Article

Human Capital Development: A Research Journal on Contemporary Issues and Development 6(1) 1-19.

 

Ogunbiyi S.S and Sefiu L.O

Banking Sector Reforms as a Paradigm Shift in SMEs Finance in Nigeria: A Causality Relationship.

The study empirically examines the extent to which the banking sector reforms have been able to fund SMEs in recent times. The study suggests that policies be put in place to promote the patronage of microfinance and semi-financial institutions.

2

Human Capital Development: A Research Journal on Contemporary Issues and Development 6(1) 126-139 2017

 

 

Ogunbiyi S.S and Monogbe T.G.

Development Banks in the Nigeria Economic Growth Process: A Multi Sectoral Analysis (ARDL Approach).

The study empirically examines the contribution of development banks to the growth of the Nigerian economy between the periods 1992-2015.

3

De-Caritas Journal of Management and Social Sciences 9(1), 1-18. 2017

 

Ogunbiyi, S.S and Monogbe, T.G

Government Policy and Performance of Small And Medium Scale Business In Nigeria

The paper was able to point out why government spending should be restricted to more productive activities, which will in turn augment savings and deposits and would be available as loan to subsequent SME borrowers.

4

De-Caritas Journal of Management and Social Sciences 9(1) 28-44. 2017.

 

 

Ogunbiyi, S.S and Abina, P.A

Foreign Investments, Exchange Rates and External Debt Inter-Relationships in Africa: Further Empirical Evidence from Nigeria. (1985-2015).

The paper was able to establish a relationship between foreign investments, exchange rates and external debt

5

 

New Era Research Journal of Human, Educational and Sustainable Development 10(1). Printed and Published by De-Caritas Publishers, Port Harcourt. 2017.

Ogunbiyi, S.S, and Monogbe, T.G.

Leveraging Nigerian SMEs to Economic Growth: Micro Credit or Conventional Credit?

The paper was able to point out how micro finance credit significantly contributes to economic growth while deposit money bank credit to SMEs is parasitic to Nigeria economic growth.

6

A Research Journal on Contemporary Issues and Development. 5(4) 1-15.2016.

 

Ogunbiyi, S.S. and Sunday, F.

Oil Price Shocks and Exchange Rate Volatility: An Implications on Nigeria Economic Growth. Human Capital Development (HUCADE),

The paper point out that diversification of the economy is necessary to take advantage of other factors that can help boost the economy growth besides crude oil price.

7

A Research Journal on Contemporary Issues and Development. 5(4) 70-81. 2016

Ogunbiyi, S.S. and Monogbe, T.G.

Dividend Policy, Financial Performance and Causality in Nigeria. Human Capital Development (HUCADE),

The study points out that Organization should effectively appropriate funds available to them and manage it in such a way that more profit can be generated which in turn will lead to increase in shareholder’s dividend. Also, adequate monitoring and supervision should be embarked upon by the firm to ensure prudency and proper accountability.

8

Journal of Management Research and Development JMRD 5(1) 53-67. 2016.

 

Ogunbiyi, S.S, and Abina, P.A

Empirical Investigation into the Discrepancies between theories on Government Capital Expenditure and Economic Growth of Nigeria.

The paper was able to acces the need for states and local governments to start making sound policies on how to boost their internally generated revenue rather than depending on federal government allocation so as to alleviate the pressure on federal government’s yearly allocation.

9

Journal of Management Research and Development JMRD 5(2), 121-132, (2016).

 

Ogunbiyi, S.S. and Monogbe, T.

Sectoral Lending and the Nigerian Economic Growth Process.

The paper points out that more credit should be allocated to sectors with higher contribution to the Nigerian economy

10

Nigeria Journal Of Finance And Research, (11).1 (2016).

 

Nnamdi, I.S.Ogunbiyi, S.S and Ebirim, M.

Transition to a Consolidated Banking Framework In Nigeria: A Comparative Analysis of Predictive Potentials.

This paper was able to point out the predictive interrelationship between earnings performance of Nigeria banking sector during the pre and post consolidation periods in Nigeria.

11

Nigerian Journal of Financial Research 10(2) 1-10. 2015

Ogunbiyi, S.S and Okunlola, F.A

Domestic Debt and Real Sector Growth: A Vector Auto Regression Analysis (VAR) Approach.

The paper points out that in an advent of consistency and project tied borrowing, real sector will experience growth and development

12

Nigerian Journal of Financial Research 10(2) 53-60. 2015

 

Ogunbiyi, S.S and Abina, P.A

Financial Integration And Economic Growth In Nigeria: A Granger Causality Test Approach.

The paper points out that Security and Exchange Commission and Central Bank should be more proactive in its surveillance role in order to check sharp and illegal practices which undermine the activity of the financial system so as to speed up the integration process.

13

Marketing department research journal, Uniport, 2014

 Ogunbiyi S.S

and P.E Ayunku

Internationals Trade Collaboration and The Growth of The Nigerian Economy: A Granger Causality Approach (1980 - 2011)

The paper established that export is more beneficial to the economy than import

14

The Journal of Management Sciences (JMS) Vol. 1, Nos.1, June 2013

Ogunbiyi, S.S and Okunlola F.A

Financial Intermediation And Economic Growth: The Nigerian Experience (1980 – 2010)"

The paper examines financial intermediation role of the deposit money banks and the Nigerian economy. It found out that there is a significant relationship between the variables of the study

15

Trend Journal Of Management and Social Sciences vol. 5 No. 1,.2012

 

Ogunbiyi S.S

and P.E Ayunku

Fiscal Policy and the Economy. The Nigerian Experience (1980-2010).

 

The study was able to show that expansionary monetary policy is vital for economic growth.

16

African Journal of Professional Research on Human Development (AJPPRHD) Vol. 7. No 1. March, 2011

pp. 1-9

Ogunbiyi, S. S. and Oshi, J. E. O.

Ordinary Shares (Equity) Subscription and the Performance of Nigeria Economy. A Time Series Analysis.(1980-2008)

This Study examines whether stock market promotes economic growth in Nigeria hence it establishes a positive link between stock market and economic growth.

17

African Journal of Professional Research on Human Development (AJPPRHD) Vol. 7. No 1. March, 2011

pp. 107-111

Oshi, J.E.O

and S. S Ogunbiyi

The Implication of Government Bailout of Private Enterprises for Socio-economic Development. A Case of Nigeria

This paper examined the implication of Government bailout of private enterprises as a vehicle for socioeconomic development and concludes that grave consequences arise if government ignores such interventions.

18

Trend Journal Of Management and Social Sciences, vol. 4 No. 4, 2011, pp. 97-107

Ogunbiyi S.S. and Okunlola, F.A.

Federal Government Capital Expenditure and Economic Growth in Nigeria (1980-2010).

 

The paper was able to show that government expenditure has a good potential of improving the economy of a country.

19

The Nigerian Journal of Financial Research (NJOFIR) Vol. 7, No. 2, 2010.

pp. 120-124

Ogunbiyi, S. S., Okunlola, F. A., and Oshi, J.E.O.

Government Expenditure on Agriculture and the Nigeria Economy (1970-2009) 

This Paper attempts to determine the relationship between Federal Government expenditure in Agriculture and the GDP of Nigeria between 1970 and 2009

20

Microfinance and Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria (Strategies and Challenges) Edited by Chris G. Nwikina and Joshua G. Mawo. (2008)

 

Ezirim, C. B, Adebajo R and Ogunbiyi S.S

"Microfinance and Rural Economic Development: Some theoretical issues.

 

The paper highlighted the importance of micro finance and rural economic development in Nigeria. It was able to draw attention to the benefit of micro financing in the Nigeria rural areas.

21

Foreign Journal Article

 Haitian Research Journal on Development Studies (HRJS) 15(1) 126-139 2017.

 

Ogunbiyi S.S. and Abina P.A.

The Relationship Between Fiscal Policy Instrument and Nigeria Economic Performance

The paper studies the relationship between fiscal policy instrument and Nigeria economic performance.

22

 

Foreign Journal Article

Brazilian Research Journal of Humanities, Social and Management Sciences 10(3) 37-50. 2016

 

Ogunbiyi, S.S and Akani F.A

White Collar Crime and the Performance of Banks in Nigeria.

 

23

Foreign Journal Article

Journal of Accounting and Finance Management 2(6) 50-60. 2016

 

Ogunbiyi, S.S and Okoye, N.F

Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth: The Nigerian Experience (1970-2014).

The paper was able to point that government should adopt fiscal mechanism that will encourage increment in revenue through tax instead of borrowing and being over dependent on oil revenue.

24

 Foreign Journal Article

IIARD International Journal of Economics Management. ISSN 2489-0065 Vol. 2 No. 9. 2015.

 

Ogunbiyi, S.S and Abina, P.A

Foreign direct investment and Economic Growth Nexus: An Empirical Investigation, Bound Testing Approach

The paper showed that foreign direct investment is essential to Nigeria Economy.

25

Foreign Journal Article

Research Journal of Finance and Accounting 6(11) 182-191. (2015).

Ogunbiyi, S.S and Okunlola, F.A

External Debt Burden and the Capital Accumulation of Nigeria: A Co Integration Approach (1980-2012).

The paper points out that caution is a necessity if further borrowing is to be sought

26

Foreign Journal Article

Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review. Vol. 3 No. 11, 2014.

 

Ogunbiyi, S. S, and Ihejirika, P. O

Interest Rates And Deposit Money Banks' Profitability Nexus: The Nigerian Experience

The paper showed that interest rate is an important aspect of profitability of deposit money banks.

27

Foreign Journal Article

Universal Journal on  Sustainable Developmental Research, vol. 10 No. , 2013. Pp. 71-78.

 

Ogunbiyi S.S

and J.E.O Oshi

Research on the Relationship between Mortgage Market and the GDP Growth of Nigeria (1980-2011)

 

The paper showed that the mortgage market is an important part of the Nigeria Financial system and it should be encouraged to impact positively on the economy.

28

Foreign Journal Article

Haitian Research Journal On Development Studies vol. 10 No. 4, 2012 Pp. 80-88.

 

Ogunbiyi S.S

and Obodo K.U

"Monetary Policy and the Growth of Nigeria Economy (1980-2011).

The paper showed that 61% of the variation in the economy is attributable to monetary policies of the government.

29

Foreign Journal Article

International Journal Of Finance and Policy AnalystVol. 1 No. 1. Pp. 22-31 (2008)

Ezirim C B., S.S. Ogunbiyi and M.  Muoghalu

"Financial Markets and the Economy: A comparative Analysis of the Experiences of the United States and Nigeria.

 

The paper was able to point out the contribution of the Nigerian financial market to the economy and in comparison with that of the US.

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