Friday Anetor

Friday Anetor
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Mr Friday Anetor

Mr Friday Anetor is a lecturer at the Pan-Atlantic University (PAU) and a doctoral student of Economics at the University of Lagos. He holds a Masters degree in Economics from the University of Lagos and a Bachelor of Science in Economics & Statistics from the University of Benin. He is also an Associate of Accounting Technicians and a member of the Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM).

Prior to joining PAU, he worked as a freelance researcher at the Lagos Business School and also offered consultancy services to private individuals and organisation. He has also served as a Teaching Assistant at the Department of Economics, University of Lagos.

His areas of specialisation include International Economics, Econometrics, and Statistics.

 

Publications

Journal Articles

Kelikume, I., Alabi, F., & Anetor, F. O. (2017). Nigeria Consumption Function–An Empirical Test of the Permanent Income Hypothesis. Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research 9(1): 17-24.

Anetor, F. O. (2016). Capital Inflows and Exchange Rates in Nigeria: A Vector Autoregressive (VAR) Approach. Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research7(4), 246-256.

Ogbechie, C., & Anetor, F. O. (2016). Determinants of Capital Flows into Nigeria: An Autoregressive-Distributed Lag (ARDL) Approach. Journal of Economics and Trade1(1), 38-50.

Ogbechie, C., & Anetor, F. O. (2016). Dynamic Interaction between Capital Flows, Exchange Rates and Growth: Evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Trade1(1), 11-27.

Anetor, F.O., Ogbechie, C., Kelikume, I., & Ikpesu, F. (2016). Credit Supply and Agricultural Production in Nigeria: A Vector Autoregressive (VAR) Approach. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 7(2), 131-143.

Anetor, F. O. (2015). An Investigation into the Value of Street Vending in Nigeria: A Case of Lagos State. Journal of Marketing and Consumer Research, 11, 35-40.

Ogbechie, R., & Anetor, F. O. (2015). An Appraisal of Succession Planning in Family-Owned Businesses in Lagos State, Nigeria. European Journal of Business and Management7(12), 1-5.

Ogbechie, R., & Anetor, F. O. (2015). An Investigation into the Core Values That Drive Successful Family-Owned Businesses: A Case of Lagos State, Nigeria. European Journal of Business and Management7(17), 17-23.

Ogbechie, R., & Anetor, F. O. (2015). The Ethics of Aso-Ebi Culture in Nigeria. Journal of Culture, Society and Development8, 27-34.