Dr Isaac Monday Ikpor is the Ag. Head of the Department of Business Administration at Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu Alike, Ebonyi State Nigeria. He holds a Ph.D in accounting and M.Sc in accounting and financial management from Ebonyi State University Nigeria and the University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, England respectively. Prior to Joining Alex Ekwueme Federal University in 2016, He was a lecturer at the Department of accountancy at Ebonyi State University between 2009 and 2016. Dr. Isaac Monday Ikpor was a Tetfund (previously ETF) scholar at University of Hertfordshire United Kingdom England between 2010 and 2011. His research interest is on firm disclosure practices, environmental accounting, corporate governance practices, corporate financial management, taxation, public sector accounting and small business management. He has published extensively in these areas of his research interest. Dr Ikpor’s paper on Public sector accounting reforms and sustainable development goals’ achievement in Nigeria: Transparency and Accountability Critique, won the PAFA grants in March 30th 2017. Dr Isaac Ikpor serves as editor in many journals including FUNAI Journal of Accounting, Business and Finance, Journal of public administration and governance and, African Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Businesses. He has also served as chairman of committees and member of many university committees including university sub-committee on accreditation (Staff and students matters) in 2018 and chairman faculty of management and social sciences disciplinary committee between 2017 and 2018. Dr Isaac believe that those who inspire others to aspire never expire. He is happily married with children.
Department: Department of Business Administration
Designation : Ag. Head of Department
|School Attended||Qualification Obtained||Class of degree||Subject Area||Date|
|Ebonyi State University||Ph.D||N/A||Accounting||2012 – 2015|
|University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom||M.Sc||Merit||Accounting & Financial Management||2010- 2011|
|Ebonyi State University Abakaliki||B.Sc||2nd Class Upper||Accounting||2001- 2005|
Accomplishments : Academic Grant won
|Type of Award||Title of Paper||Co-Authors||Awarded By||Date||Amount|
|Public Sector Accounting Reforms and Sustainable Development Goals’ Achievement in Nigeria: Transparency and Accountability Critique.||Prof.K.Amaeshi(Edinburgh University)
Dr I.Okwuosa(University of Reading)
|Pan African Federation of Accountant.
Area of Expertise/Interest:
Firm disclosure practices, environmental and social accounting, corporate governance practices, corporate financial management, taxation, public sector accounting and small business management.
- Ikpor I.M, Nkwede F.E, Igwe B.N and Nwali N.P (2012) Impact of Government Financial Policy on Corporate Performance in Nigerian Textile Industry. International Journal of Innovations in Management Sciences 4(3);161-168
- Ikpor I.M (2013). International Financial Reporting Standards and Disclosure Practices of Listed Firms in Nigeria: A Review of Compliance by banking institutions. Journal of Accounting and Contemporary Studies 2(1);39-52
- Ikpor I.M (2014).Impact of Environmental Accounting on the Performance of Petroleum Companies in Nigeria: Evidence from Niger – Delta. EBSU Journal of Contemporary Management.2(2);47-55
- Ikpor I.M and Agha N (2016) Determinants of Disclosure Quality In Emerging Economies: Evidence from Firms Listed in Nigeria Stock Exchange. International Journal of Research in Business Management 4(6);51-66.
- Ikpor, I.M, Awa, F.N, Ozor B.M(2016) Board Composition, Firm Size, Audit Type and Voluntary Disclosure of Forward Looking Information in the Banking Sector: Evidence from Nigeria. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting 7(17)
- Ikpor M,Egbon E,and Okwuosa I (2017) Public Sector Accounting Reforms and Sustainable Development Goals in Nigeria: Transparency and Accountability Critique. African Accounting and Finance Journal.1(1)pp115-134
- IkporI,M, Nwosu HE and Eneje B.C (2018) Agricultural Financing and Rural Economic Diversification in Nigeria. Does Access to Credit Challenges Matters?.Journal of Business and Organisational Development(10(1)75-94
- Nwali MN,Ikpor I.M and Agha N.C (2018).Corporate Financial Characteristics And Environmental Disclosure Practices of Petroleum Firms in Nigeria.Quarterly Journal of Association of National Accountants of Nigeria. 26 93). 32-44
- Sani A.I and Ikpor I.M (2018).Impact Of Cost Reduction Techniques On Operational Efficiency Of Nigerian Textile Industry (A Study Of Selected Textile Firms In Northwestern States).FUNAI Journal of Accounting,Business and Finance.
- Ikpor I.M and Nkwor N.E (2019) Firm Size and Growth: Testing Gibrat’s Law in the Nigerian Life Insurance Industry. Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities.27(2)
- Ikpor I.M,Ituma E and Okezie BN (2019). Environmental Accounting and Sustainable Financial Performance: Evidence from the Nigerian Petroleum Industry. International Journal of Applied Environmental Sciences 14 (1), 85-93 Available at http://www.ripublication.com.
- Folorunso S.A,Mlanga S,Ikpor I.M and Nnachi R A (2019).Empirical Test of Pollution Haven Hypothesis in Nigeria Using Autoregressive Distributed Lag (Ardl)Model. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 10(3).
- Ogah- ALo L.O, Ikpor I.M and Eneje B.C (2019). Financing Small and Medium Enterprises through Micro-Credit Lending in Nigeria: Environmental Consequences. International Journal of Applied Environmental Sciences 14(2).