Abel Ebeh Ezeoha

I obtained a PhD in Finance from the University of Nigeria in May 2008. Between March 2010 and June 2011, I was an Andrew Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow and a Hobart Houghton Research Fellow, both in the Department of Economics and Economic History, Rhodes University, South Africa. In 2011, I concluded a research project on Corporate Nationality and Competition, under the CODESRIA Advanced Research Fellowship Programme. I was also a visiting research fellow at the African Studies Centre Leiden from April to June 2015.

I hold a parallel appointment as a Senior Lecturer/Researcher in the Department of Banking and Finance and the Department of Economics, Ebonyi State University Nigeria.

My current research interests include: economic and institutional reforms, financial flows and development, and corporate governance.

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