Dr Emeka Osuji teaches Economics / International Economics / Labour Economics.
He has 25 years’ experience in the Banking industry. He has a MSc and a PhD in Economics from the University of Lagos. He is also a lawyer, finishing Law School in 2003. He is an Alumnus of Lagos Business School and of Wharton, (University of Pennsylvania, USA). He strengthened his Negotiation skills at Harvard Business School, Boston.
Osuji, E. (2005) Microfinance and Economic Activity: Breaking the Poverty Chain. Gold Press/Giovani Books Inc.NY, USA/Lagos.
Osuji, E. (forthcoming) Leading Essays on Microfinance (Accepted for Publication by the University of Lagos Press by August 2017)
Osuji, E. (forthcoming) Leading Essays on Small and Medium Enterprises Development (Accepted for Publication by University of Lagos Press by August, 2017)
Edited book: Development Consensus, Proceedings of the 1st Imo Economic Summit” – Spectrum Books, Ibadan – 2000 (Co-Editor). Published in 2000.
B) Book chapters:
Emeka Osuji (2016). The Political Economy of Economic Exclusion in Nigeria with Probable Attribution to Legal Fundamentals. In Ndubisi I. Nwokoma and Wakeel A. Ishola (Eds.), Nigeria’s Industrial Development, Corporate Governance and Public Policy. University of Lagos Press and Bookshop Ltd., Lagos
C) Journal articles
Emeka Osuji (2016) Determinants of Nigeria’s Capital Goods Import Demand Elasticities. Journal of Economics and Policy Analysis; Department of Economics, University of Lagos.
Emeka Osuji (2013) Determinants of Bilateral Trade Performance of the Member Countries of the West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ). Economic and Financial Review Vol 51 N0. 3. September, Central Bank of Nigeria.
Emeka Osuji (2010) “An Application of the Trade Gravity Model to Import Demand Analysis in the West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ)”, in Nigerian Journal of Securities and Finance, Vol. 15, No. 1