|Middle Name (initial)||Regina|
|1||Developing Economic Resources Limited – 2000 to 2004|
|2||VERITAS Catholic University of Nigeria, Abuja. – 2012 –2014|
|3||Federal University, Ndufu Alike Ikwo, Ebonyi State -2014 to date
My name is Dr. Anuli Regina Ogbuagu, Lecturer in Economics and Development Studies, Faculty of Management and Social Sciences, Alex – Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu – Alike Ikwo, Ebonyi State.
My objective is to strive towards excellence in a challenging environment, thus adding value to the body of knowledge and helping in shaping the younger generation towards a set goal with my experience and position as a Ph.D holder in economics.
As an academia, I have been exposed to write and publish quality academic articles, I have equally attended both local and international conferences and have also be given awards below
- Service Award by The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Dallas, Texas USA (2017) on the 2017 Conference held in Dallas Texas USA.
- Award of Merit by The Nigerian Economic Students’ Association (NESA), Veritas Catholic University Chapter on 17th July 2014.
Again, as a Certified Associate of International Institute for Policy Review & Development Strategies (IIPRDS), I was appointed a Director for African-Global Academy for Women Research Experts (AGAWRE), which is a directorate of IIPRDS on March 2019.
|S/N||Institutions attended||degree(s) awarded||year|
|Girls’ high School, Abakaliki||West African School Certificate (WASC)||1991|
|2||University of Nigeria, Nsukka,||Bachelor of Science in Education/Economics||· 1997|
|3||University of Port Harcourt.||Master of Science in Economics (Monetary Economics)||2007|
|4||Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.||Ph. D in Economics (Monetary Economics)||2013|
|5||University of Pennsylvania (Online Course)||(Microeconomics: When Markets Fail by Prof. Rebecca Stein)||2019|
|6||IE Business School Madrid Spain (online Course)||(Understanding Economic Policymaking by Prof. Gayle Allard)||2017|
|2||Economic Development and Sustainability|
|3||Gender and Development|
Membership of professional bodies
|1||The Nigerian Economic Association, 2015 till Date|
|2||American Economic Association, 2016 till Date|
|3||Certified Associate (International Institute for Policy Review & Development Strategies), 2017 till Date|
|4||European Centre for Research Training and Development UK, 2017|
|5||DIRECTOR : African-Global Academy for Women Research Experts (AGAWRE)|
Selected publications (WITH LINKS WHERE AVAILABLE)
|1||Kalu E. Uma, Paul C. Obidike, Christiana O. Chukwu, Clementina Kanu, Regina A. Ogbuagu, Foluso.O.C. Osunkwo, Paul Ndubuisi (2019). “Revamping the Nigeria Manufacturing Sub-Sector as a panacea for Economic Progress: Lesson from South Korea”. Mediterrenean Journal of Social Science, 10(4), Pp 111-123. Dio: 10.2478/mjss-2019-0057.|
|2||George Abuchi Agwu, Tobechi Agbanike, Nkechinyere Uwajumogu & R. Anuli Ogbuagu (2019). “How do Firms Combine Different types of Innovation? A Multivariate Probit Approach”. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development. Taylor & Francis, May 2019. DOI: 10.1080/20421338.2019.1624312
|3||Anuli R. Ogbuagu & Dennis B. Ewubare (2019) “Dynamic Correlation between Fiscal Spending on Education, Health, Consumption and Standard of Living in Nigeria”. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 2019, 9930,1-9. Doi https://doi.org/10.32479/ijefi.8077|
|4||Dennis Brown Ewubare and Anuli Regina Ogbuagu (2017). “ Unemployment Rate, Gender Inequality and Economic Growth in Nigeria “A Short – Run Impact Analysis” Global Journal of Human Resource Management, European Centre for Research Training and Development. Vol 5 No. 5, , Pp 12 – 41, June 2017|
|5||1Anuli Regina Ogbuagu & 2Oguchi, Chinweuba Benjamin (2017). “The Political Economy of Nigeria’s Economic Recession” Social Science Journal of Policy Review and Development Strategies; Vol 4, No. 1, Pp 27 – 41, July 2017|
|6||Dennis Brown Ewubare & Anuli Regina Ogbuagu (2015). “Capital Accumulation and Economic Growth in Nigeria “ Endogenous Growth Approach” IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF) Volume 6, Issue 6; Pp 49-64, Dec. 2015|
|7||Ogbuagu Anuli Regina1, Tanyi Lum Perpetua2, Takob Clementina She3, and Yuni, Denis Nfor1 (2017). “Economics of Domestic Violence against Women: The Nigerian Evidence” Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, European Centre for Research Training and Development. Vol 5 No. 5, June 2017, Pp 7 – 17.|
|8||1Anuli Regina Ogbuagu & 2Oguchi, Chinweuba Benjamin (2017). “Public Sector Management and the Challenge of Unemployment; Nigeria Experience in the Last Three Decades” International Journal of Advanced Studies in Economics & Public Sector Management (IJASEPSM) vol. 5 No 2, April 2017 Pp 95 – 11|
|9||Anuli Regina Ogbuagu1 & Dennis Brown Ewubare2 (2017). “Financial Deepening Implications for Macro-economic Volatility and Economic Growth in Nigeria, “A Multivariate Approach”. International Journal of Economic, Finance and Management Science (Science Publishing Group) Vol 5 No1. 2017 pp 66- 80. doi:10.11648/j.ijefm20170501.16|
|10||Anuli Regina Ogbuagu & Dennis Brown Ewubare (2015). “Financial Integration, Exchange Rate Stability and Macroeconomic Variables in Nigeria: A Structural Impact” Research in World Economy Vol. 6, No. 3; 2015; http://rwe.sciedupress.com doi:10.5430/rwe.v6n3p36|