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VITA

UCHENNA ELIKE

ADDRESS:

Office Residence

School of Business 12002 Chimney Hollow Trail

Alabama A&M University Huntsville, AL 35803

P. O. Box 429 (256) 881-3137 Normal, AL 35762 (256) 603-8351 (256) 372-8487 uchenna.elike@aamu.edu

EDUCATION:

fault Fields: Econometrics, Monetary Theory & Policy.

Ph.D. Economics, The University of Alabama, 1985.

MA, Finance, The University of Alabama, 1984.

MA, Economics, The University of Alabama, 1981.

BS, Economics, Alabama A&M University, 1980.

ACADEMIC RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Finding Innovative Ways of Teaching Economics.

International Macroeconomics & Policy.

Global Financial Markets & Investments.

Economics of Personality.

EXPERIENCE:

Teaching:

August 2001 – Present: Professor of Economics and Finance, Alabama A&M University, Alabama.

August 1994 - 2001: Associate Professor of Economics and Finance, Alabama A&M University, Alabama.

June 1, 1985 - July 1994: Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance, Alabama A&M University.

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January 1982 to December 1983: Graduate Teaching Assistant The University of Alabama.

Fall 1981, summer 1982, January 1984 to May 1985: Graduate Research Assistant, The University of Alabama.

ADMINISTRATION:

Acting Chairman, Department of Economics and Finance, Alabama A&M University, December 1987 - January 1988; June - July 1995.

Director, MBA Program, Alabama A&M University, School of Business, January 1998 to present.

Major Duties:

Marketing of programs Course development and curriculum Student advisement SACS and AACSB accreditation team Maintaining the academic integrity of the program Outside liaison

Other:

Fall 1981, summer 1982, January 1984 to May 1985: Graduate Research Assistant, The University of Alabama Key Advisor for all Finance and Economics majors (graduate and undergraduate) in the Department of Economics and Finance, Alabama A&M University.

Advisor for the Finance and Economics Club, Alabama A&M University.

Associate Editor, The Southern Review of Political Economy, The University of Alabama, 1984.

Served on the Institutional Research Committee in 1987-88, Alabama A&M University.

Appointed by the President, Dr. Carl Harris Marbury, to evaluate

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Participated in the development of the new core curriculum for Alabama A&M University.

Chairman, Anthony Johnson's Thesis Committee.

Member, School of Business Black History Month Committee, 1991.

Member, University Grievance Committee, (School of Business representative), 1992-93.

Member, Fernando Suarez Thesis Committee, 1994/95.

Member, Lamboni Mindi Thesis Committee, 1994/95.

Member, University Curriculum Committee, 1994 - Present.

Member, University Academic Standard Committee, 1994 - Present.

Member, Graduate Council, 1994 - Present.

Member, Judiciary Committee, 1994 - Present.

Faculty Advisor, Educational Testing Service, Princeton N.J., on Advanced Placement in Economics, 1994 -to present.

Member, University Tenure and Promotion Committee, 1996.

Member, Academic Discipline Committee for Economics for all the 2-year and 4-year colleges in Alabama.

Associate Editor: American Journal of Finance and Accounting.

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Fellow, the Executive Development Program Module III, Finance for Non-Financial Managers, Alabama A&M University, October 20Panel member, a seminar on "U.S. Economic Sanctions on South Africa," International Student Association Week, Alabama A&M University, February 26, 1987 Panel member, a seminar on "The U.S. deficit," Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), Alabama A&M University, March 24,1998.(Videorecorded and now available for classroom or public use and was presented on April 8,1988, in Atlanta, Georgia, at the regional competition of Students in Free Enterprise.) Panel member, workshop on "Free Enterprise and Teenagers: Who Cares and So What?" for the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce, February 13, 1990.

Conducted workshops on Economic Education and Investment for High School economics teachers in North Alabama. Workshop organized by the Alabama A&M-UAH Regional In-service Education Center, September 30, 1989, February 24, 1990, and June 27, 1990.

Conducted a market-based economic transformation workshop for the two newly independent states in the former Soviet Union, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, organized by Alabama A&M University and USAID, October 12 - November 11, 1995.

Conducted summer workshops in Ukraine for government official and managers of small and middle size companies, Simferopol, Ukraine, 2001 to present as part of US State Department NISCUPP project.

Conducted a Boeing Mentor Protégé Workshop on Financial Management for Precision Machine and Manufacturing in Grove, Oklahoma, April 23-26, 2003.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

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RESEARCH, PUBLICATIONS, and PRESENTATIONS:

“Stock Market Development and Bank Recapitalization in Nigeria:

An Econometric Extension” with Chinedu Ezirim, Rose Adebajo, and Ayodele Airhunuoje. International Journal of Business, Accounting, and Finance, Vol. 4, No. 1, Winter 2010.

“Deficit Financing and the Economies of Less Developed Countries: Evidence from Nigeria” with Chinedu Ezirim, Rose Adebajo, and Mike Muoghalu. International Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, Vol. 4, No. 2, Fall 2009.

“An Empirical Investigation into the Impact of High Oil Prices on the Economic Development of Oil-Importing African Countries” with Emmanuel Anoruo. International Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 3, Issue 2, 2009.

“Statistical and Econometric Methodologies for Research and Publication”. Workshop at the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, August 2009.

“Capital Market Growth and Information Technology: Evidence from Nigeria”. With Chinedu Ezirim and Mike Muoghalu. International Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives. Vol. 4, No 1, Summer 2009.

“Long Run Relationship Between Economic Growth, Exchange Rates, And Interest Rates In An Oil-Dependent Economy: The Case Of Nigeria”. With Chinedu Ezirim, Michael Muoghalu, and S.M.

Aguwamba. International Journal of Finance and Policy Analyst, Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring-Autumn, 2009.

“Long-Run Relationship between Economic Growth, Exchange Rates, and Interest Rates in an Oil-Dependent Economy: The Case of Nigeria” with Chinedu Ezirim, Mike Muoghalu, and S. M. Aguwamba.

Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 19-22, 2009 “Empirical Analysis of Stock Prices as a Hedge against Inflation In An Emerging African Economy: The Nigerian Experience” with Chinedu Ezirim, Mike Muoghalu, and Rose Adebayo. Paper presented at the 36th Annual meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Pensacola, Florida, February 11-14, 2009.

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“Public Expenditure Growth, Inflation, and Cointegration:

Evidence from Nigeria” with Chinedu Exirim and Mike Muoghalu.

Paper presented at the 36th annual meeting of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Pensacola, Florida, February 11-14, 2009.

“Asymmetric Dyanamics in Current-Interest Rate Nexus: Evidence from Asian Countries” with Emmanuel Anoruo. Investment Management and Financial Innovations, Vol. 5, Issue 4, 2008.

“Inflation VERSUS Public Expenditure Growth In the US: An Empirical Investigation” with Chinedu Ezirim and Mike Muoghalu.

North American Journal of Finance and Banking Research, Vol. 2 No.

2, 2008 “Asymmetric Dynamics in Current Account-Interest Rate Nexus:

Evidence from Asian Countries” with Emmanuel Anoruo. Paper presented at Global Academy of Business and Economic Research International Conference, Orlando, Florida, September 17-19,

2008. PAPER WON A BEST PAPER WARD.

“Microfinance and Rural Economic Development: Comparative Experiences of Nigeria and the Philippines” with Chinedu Ezirim and Michael Muoghalu. International Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, Vol. 3, No. 2, 2008.

“Joint Variance-Ratio Tests of Random Walks in China’ Closed-End Funds Market” with Emmanuel Anoruo. Investment Management and Financial Innovations, Vol. 5, Issue 2, 2008.

“Effectiveness of Concept Mapping in Teaching Social and Business Science Courses: Theory and Empirical Evidence from Nigeria” with Chinedu Ezirim, A. Mumuni, and Michael Muoghalu.

International Journal of Education Research,Vol.3, No. 2, 2008.

“Capital Market Growth and Information Technology: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria. Paper presented at the annual conference of The International Academy of Business and Public Administration, Dallas, TX, April 24-27, 2008. PAPER WON A RESEARCH AWARD.

“Deficit Financing and the Economies of Less Developed Countries: Evidence From Nigeria” with Chinedu Ezirim, Rose Adebajo, and Mike Muoghalu. Paper presented at the annual conference of The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Dallas, TX, April 24-27, 2008. PAPER 7

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WON A RESEARCH AWARD.

“Effectiveness of Concept Mapping in Teaching Social and Business Science Courses: Theory and Empirical Evidence from Nigeria” with Chinedu Ezirim, A. Mumuni, and Michael Muoghalu.

Paper presented at the annual conference of The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 25-28, 2007. PAPER WON A RESEARCH AWARD.

“Foreign Investment Burden, Exchange Rates, and External Debt Crises in Nigeria: An Empirical Extension” with Michael Muoghalu and Chinedu Ezirim. Banks and Bank Systems, Vol. 2, Issue 3, 2007.

“Foreign Investment Burden, Exchange Rates, and External Debt Crises in Africa: Further Empirical Evidence from Nigeria” with Chinedu Ezirim, Michael Muoghalu, and Emmanuel Anoruo. Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review, Vol. 3, No 1, April 2007 “Foreign Investment Burden, Exchange Rates, and External Debt Crises in Africa: with Particular Reference to Nigeria” with Chinedu Ezirim and Michael Muoghalu. Paper presented at the 14th annual meeting of The American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 22-24, 2007.

“External Debt Crises, Exchange Rate Conditions, and Foreign Investment Burden in Nigeria” with Chinedu Ezirim and Michael Muoghalu. Paper presented at the 34th annual meeting of The Academy of Economics and Finance, Jacksonville, Florida, February 14-17, 2007.

“Fractional Integration Analysis of Real Short Term Interest Rates: Evidence From Select African Countries” with Emmanuel Anoruo and Habtu Braha. Global Review of Business and Economic Research, Vol. 2, June 2006.

“Nonlinear Real Exchange Rate Behavior: Are African Currencies Exceptional?” with Emmanuel Anoruo and Venus Khim-Sen Liew.

International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Issue 1, 2006.

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“Are Inflation Rates Mean-Reverting or Random Walks? Evidence from Selected African Countries” with Emmanuel Anoruo. Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies, Vol. 24, No. 3&4, September-December 2005.

“Developed Countries’ Contribution to Developing Countries’ Poverty through Agricultural Subsidies and Tariffs.” with Ketra Rice. Paper accepted for presentation at the 5thth annual conference of the International Academy of African Business and Development, Atlanta, Georgia, April 7-10, 2004. Also published in the Refereed Proceedings, Vol. 5, 2004.

“Industrial Production Indices of an Emerging African Economy:

An Inter-Sectoral Analysis of Oil and Gas Sector of Nigeria” with Chinedu Ezirim and Michael Muoghalu. Paper presented at 11th annual meeting of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 19-22, 2004.

Also published in the Refereed Proceedings.

“External Indebtedness and the Economics of Less Developed Countries: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria” With Chinedu Ezirim and Michael Muoghalu. Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, VOL. 12, No. 1, Fall 2004.

“Rich World Agricultural Subsidies and Tariffs: Impact on Third World Poverty.” With Ketra Rice. Paper presented at the 31st annual meeting of The Academy of Economics and Finance, Biloxi, Mississippi, February 11-14, 2004.Also in the Refereed Proceedings, VOL. 28, 2004.

“An Econometric Analysis of Variables Associated with Demand for Food Groups: Results Based on Metropolitan Electronic Scanner Data.” With Chris Enyinda. The Journal of Industrial, Business & Economic Research,Vol. 7, No. 2, December 2003.

“Project Implementation, Monitoring, and Evaluation” with B.

Onuma Okezie and Yulia Zuyko. Paper presented at the NISCUPP Business Conference on Developing Business Programs in Transitioning World organized by the US State Department in Washington, D.C., June 6-8, 2002.

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“NASDAQ and the Competition” with Eric Rahimian. Paper presented at the annual conference of The Society of Business, Industry and Economics in Natchez, Mississippi, April 19-21, 2001.

“African Stock Markets: Risks and Opportunities” Paper presented at the International conference of the International Academy of African Business and Economic Development in Washington, DC, April 4-7, 2001. Also published in the Refereed Proceedings, Vol. II, pp. 436-439.

“The World Trade Organization and Free Trade: Lessons from Seattle” Paper presented at the annual conference of the Academy of Economics and Finance, Biloxi, Mississippi, February 14-17,

2001. Also published in the Refereed Proceedings, 2001.

“Bringing excitement to the classrooms through the Iowa Electronic Market (IEM)” with Eric Rahimian. Paper presented at the Seventh National HBCU Faculty Development Symposium.



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