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  • Area of Specialization: Economic Theory, Macroeconomics of Finance, Economic History, Monetary and Quantitative Economics
  • Department of Economics

  • Dr Owen Affor Maku obtained his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Degree in Economics from Delta State University, Abraka. Dr Maku is currently the Coordinator of Masters in Energy and Petroleum Economics (MEPE) Programme and Post Graduate Diploma Programme in Energy and Petroleum Economics(PGDPE). He has also functioned in the capacity as the patron and staff adviser of the Nigerian Economic Student Association(NESA). Besides, he has assisted severally in the teaching and learning in Masters in Energy and petroleum Economics (MEPE), Postgraduate Diploma Degree in Petroleum Economics (PGDPE), Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Postgraduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBA) and Masters in Economics (M.Sc) Economics programmes. Dr Maku is a member of the Nigerian Economics Society. In addition, he is an expert in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Quantitative and Monetary Economics.
    My Publications
  1. Maku O. A. (2021) Population Growth-Economic Growth Nexus: Recent Evidence from Anglophone West African Countries, Journal of Management Science Review (MSR)
    Vol.12(1) Pages:

  2. Maku O. A. (2020) The Impact of External Debt on Economic Growth in an Indebted Low-Income Economy: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria, UNIOSUN International Journal of Management Sciences
    Vol.4 (2) Pages: 205 - 222

  3. Maku, O.A. (2020) Examining the Effects of Fiscal and Monetary Policies on the Financial Sector Performance in Nigeria: A Vector Error Correction Approach, Uniosun International Journal of Management Sciences, Osun State
    Vol.5(2) Pages: 41-59

  4. Maku, O.A. (2020) Stock Market Development and Economic Growth: Empirical Evidence from an Institutional Impaired Economy, International Journal of Financial Research, Ontario, L4B3N9, Canada Vol.11 Pages: 496-509

  5. Maku, O.A. and Ikpuri, O.P (2020) A multivariate analysis between Renewable Energy, Carbon Emission and Economic Growth. A New Evidences from Selected Middle East and North Africa Countries, International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, Turkey. Vol.10 Pages: 440-450

  6. Maku, O.A (2020) Political Instability-Development Nexus: Evidence from a small open Economy, Benue State University, Makurdi; Faculty of Management Sciences. Nigerian Journal of Management Science
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  7. Maku O. A (2019) The Relationship between Oil Price Shock and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Vector Auto-regressive Approach, Journal of Social and Management Sciences. Faculty of the Social of Science, Delta State University, Abraka.
    Vol.14 Pages: 27-43

  8. Maku O. A. and Eravwoke, K.E (2015) Corruption, Governance and The Nigerian Economy., Journal of Social and Management Sciences. Faculty of the Social of Science, Delta State University, Abraka.
    Vol.10 Pages: 150-158

  9. Maku O. A. and Clark, F (2015) The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Economy Growth in Nigeria, Journal of Social and Management Sciences. Faculty of the Social of Science, Delta State University, Abraka
    Vol.10 Pages: 89-101

  10. Maku O.A. and Eravwoke, K.E (2014) The Effect of Oil and Non-Oil Exports on Balance of Trade in Nigeria, Journal of Social and Management Sciences, Faculty of the Social Sciences, Delta State University, Abraka
    Vol. Pages: 10-18

  11. Maku, A.O. & Ogbogu, S. (2009) Nigerian Women in Politics: An Agenda for Gender Equality and Women Empowerment, Faculty of the Social Sciences 2nd International Conference
    Vol. Pages: 33-42

  12. Maku, O.A (2007) Poverty in the Midst of Plenty: Host Communities and Oil Companies in the Niger Delta, Journal of Development Alternative and Area Studies/Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies, San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
    Vol.27 Pages: 33-41