Dr. Ugwunta David O. Profile

Dr. Ugwunta David O.

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Enugu State University Of Science And Technology
Lecturer
Company Name Enugu State University Of Science And Technology
Dates Employed Feb 2015 – Present
Employment Duration 3 yrs 11 mos
Location Enugu, Nigeria

Teaching, students (Undergraduate and Postgraduate) supervision, research, consultancy.

Faculty of Management Sciences and Department of Insurance and Risk Management Postgraduate Programme Coordinator
Renaissance University
Lecturer
Company Name Renaissance University
Dates Employed 2011 – Jun 2015
Employment Duration 4 yrs
Location Ugbawka, Enugu State, Nigeria.

Teaching, student supervision, research and consultancy.

Department: INSURANCE & RISK MANAGEMENT

Faculty: MANAGEMENT SCIENCES

LGA: None

State: None

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Dr. David Okelue Ugwunta is a seasoned academic with specialization in Banking and Finance. He has a Master of Science and a Doctor of Philosophy in Banking and Finance from the University of Nigeria. His research interests are in finance, accounting, and overall macroeconomics. Given his econometric and research capabilities, he has to his credit a good number of rigorously co-authored researched articles published in peer reviewed journals. He brings a unique blend of theory and practical experience into teaching and mentoring students at undergraduate and postgraduate programmes as an Academic Staff. Dr. David Okelue Ugwunta is acknowledged for strong leadership and decision-making abilities coupled with a bundle of problem-solving skills and goal–getting empathy.

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World Association for Sustainable Development

Skills and expertise
Finance
Economic Development
Economic Analysis
Applied Econometrics
Development Studies
Economic Policy Analysis
Developing Countries
Econometric Analysis
Economy
Time Series Econometrics
International Finance
Economic Theory
Panel Data Econometrics
Growth Economics
Foreign Direct Investment
Economic Growth
Fiscal Policy and Taxation
Time Series Forecasting
Money and Banking
Productivity Analysis
Fiscal Policy

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Accounting Conservatism and Performance of Nigerian Consumer Goods Firms’: An Examination of the Role of Accruals

Effect of audit quality on market price of firms listed on the Nigerian stock market

Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth: An Examination of Selected Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Other links: Ideas

THE EFFECTS OF BUDGETARY ALLOCATIONS ON HEAITH SECTOR REFORM AGENDA: EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIAN PUBLIC SECTOR

To What Extent do United Kingdom Companies Provide Oil and Gas Reserves Information Sufficient to Satisfy Statement of Recommended Practice Requirements?

Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth in Nigeria: Emphasis on Various Components of Public Expenditure

Effect of distortionary and non-distortionary taxes on economic growth: Evidence from Sub-Saharan African countries

Company-specific characteristics affecting oil and gas reserves disclosure in the United Kingdom

Oil price volatility and economic development: Stylized evidence in Nigeria

HOW TELECOMMUNICATION DEVELOPMENT AIDS ECONOMIC GROWTH: EVIDENCE FROM ITU ICT DEVELOPMENT INDEX (IDI) TOP FIVE COUNTRIES FOR AFRICAN REGION. Other links: EconPapers.

Bank Deployment of Information Technology (IT) Solutions and Bank Performance: An Assessment of Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria

Effects of Uncontrolled Fertility on the Nigerian Economic Growth

The Effect of Foreign Exchange Reforms on Financial Deepening: Evidence from Nigeria

OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE REFORM AND BANK PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA

EFFECTS OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT ON PROFITABILITY: EVIDENCE FROM THE TOP FIVE BEER BREWERY FIRMS IN THE WORLD

Detecting Early Warning Bank Distress Signals in Nigeria: A Multi Discriminant Analysis Approach

Determinants of banking industry profitability in Nigeria: a bank-specific and macroeconomic characteristics analysis

THE EFFECT OF BANK CONSOLIDATION ON BANK COST SAVINGS: EVIDENCE FROM SELECTED BANKS IN NIGERIA

How Corporate Diversification affects Excess Value and Excess Profitability: A study of Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria.

The Structure of the Nigerian Banking Sector and its Impact on Bank Performance

Predicting Corporate Business Failure in the Nigerian Manufacturing Industry

Impact of Corporate Diversification on the Market Value of Firms: A study of Deposit Money Banks Nigerian. Other links: semantic scholar, academia

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