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Favour Chidinma Onuoha

Favour Chidinma Onuoha
Evangel University Akaeze · ECONOMICS

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There is general consensuses among scholars on the importance of international trade and foreign direct investment as a main macroeconomic variables that drive economic growth of developing countries. However, the global economic crisis plays dominant role in determining the movement of these macroeconomic variables that can change the nomenclature...
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This study examines the impact of extremely small and extreme large variations in the exchange rate on export trade of selected oil-exporting countries in Africa over the period 1981Q1-2020Q4. The standard non-linear ARDL provides inconsistency among the estimates, shows the unreliable diagnostic test, and cannot account for the effects of extreme...
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This study investigated the causal linkage between information and communication technologies (ICT) and sustainable development (environmental—CO2, economic—RGDP, and social—HDI) in the ECOWAS subregion categorized into low‐income and lower‐middle‐income countries for the period 1995–2020. Cointegrating regression and causality methods were employe...
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Purpose-Given the ever-growing fiscal commitments of Nigeria and her chequered history of electricity generation and distribution, the fortunes of the energy sector in the country have been affected by the prevalence of energy poverty. Government policies such as public capital expenditure (PCE) present a crucial option for reducing energy poverty...
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Inspired by the commitment to address the environmental challenges in Peru under the UN Sustainable Development Goals 13 (Climate Action) and its implications by 2030, therefore, this study investigates the combined role of economic globalization , financial development, and fossil fuel intensity consumption using a combination of dynamic ARDL coun...
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The level of economic growth is critical in evaluating environmental quality energy source economic growth nexus. In recent empirical works, very little attention has been given to the role of sizes of economic expansion in relation to the Environmental Kuznets Hypothesis in a panel of countries. This study, therefore, investigates the asymmetric r...
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Inspired by the commitment to address the environmental challenges in Peru under the UN Sustainable Development Goals 13 (Climate Action) and its implications by 2030, therefore, this study investigates the combined role of economic globalization, financial development, and fossil fuel intensity consumption using a combination of dynamic ARDL count...
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The interconnection between environmental protection and sustainable development is at the heart of discussion among all the intergovernmental agencies around the globe. Such discussion is considered highly important considering the role of finance, an abundance of fossil fuel and industrial value-added on economic activities and environmental issu...
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This study explores the linear and non-linear impact of Nigeria's oil price and exchange rate on stock market performance from January 1995 to December 2019 using the non-linear autoregressive distributed lag (NARDL) method. The results from the linear ARDL show a long and short-run positive relationship between the Nigerian stock market and crude...
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This study aims to investigate the influence and the direction causal relationship between energy consumption and the selected explanatory variables in Nigerian economic system. Using ARDL‐VECM over the period of 1972–2014, the results are that financial development exerts negative and significant influence on energy consumption. Trade openness and...
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The need for adequate and consistent policies to mitigate the continuous rise of carbon emission have motivated the energy economist in the past decades to actively involved and explore common economic agents that are driving the rising pattern in the environmental pollution. This study is positioned towards contributing to the on-going debates on...
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This study investigated the effect of electricity consumption on industrial output in Nigeria. Time series data were used for the study, sourced from the Central Bank of Nigeria Annual Report, Statistical Bulletin, World Bank Idicator and the National Bureau of Statistics which spanned from 1981 to 2017. The study used Augumented Dickey-Fuller (ADF...
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The study examined the impact of disaggregated public expenditure on unemployment rate in Angola, Benin, Botswana, Cameroun, Central African Republic, Chad, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo and Tunisia with panel data spanning from 2000 to 2017. The data were...
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The study investigated the long-run and short-run equilibrium relationship between economic growth and disaggregated public expenditure in selected West African Countries with panel data spanning 1990-2017. The study employed panel co-integration based on Pedroni and Panel Vector Error Correction Model (PVECM) with Engle and Granger´s procedure for...

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