Ozoemene Stanley Nwodo teaches undergraduate level Public Policy and Macroeconomics at Coal City University, Enugu Nigeria. A Ph.D. Economics student of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka with research interests in Public Sector Economics, Monetary Economics and International Economics. He obtained his Masters Degree in Economics from the University of Nigeria in 2016. His love for humanity with the level of poverty in Africa has endeared him to devoting his life time to resources bordered on proffering solutions to the alarming poverty rate, unemployment rate and infrastructural deficit in Africa. He is an associate member of UNCTAD virtual institute with several publications to his credit. He is eager to combine his academic background, research skills and community service experience in the planning and implementation of projects that promote economic, political and environmental values in Africa.
- Nathaniel, S., Nwodo, O., Adediran, A., Sharma, G., Shah, M. & Adeleye, N. (2019) Ecological footprint, urbanization, and energy consumption in South Africa: including the excluded. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (Indexed in Thomson Reuters. Impact Factor : 2.914). Available at https://link.springer.com/epdf/10.1007/s11356-019-05924-2
- Nwodo, O., Ozor, J., Okekpa, U. & Agu, V. (2018). Environmental degradation and Nigeria’s Macroeconomic Space. Environmental Management and Sustainable Development,7(1). (Place of Publication : United Kindom) Available at http://www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/emsd/article/view/12155
- Chinanuife, E., Eze, P. & Nwodo, O. (2018), Public debt spiral and domestic investment in Nigeria. Academic Journal of Economic Studies. 4(1), 153-156. (Place of Publication : Romania) Available at http://www.ajes.ro/wp-content/uploads/AJES_article_1_157.pdf
- Ndukwe-Ani, P., Madueme, S. & Nwodo, O. (2018), Financial deepening, private domestic savings and per capita GDP growth in Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 9(3), 22-29.(Place of Publication: United States of America) Available at: http://iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEDS/article/view/41312/42473
- Nwodo, O., Ozor, J. & Okekpa, U. (2017). Savings behavior among small scale business owners in Nigeria (a case study of Enugu metropolis). International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 7(10)(Place of Publication : USA) Available at http://hrmars.com/hrmars_papers/Savings_Behavior_among_Small_Scale_Business_Owners_in_Nigeria.pdf
- Nwodo, O. & Ukaegbu, C. (2017). Public social expenditure mix and economic growth in Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development. 8(11), 29-37. (Place of Publication : USA) Available athttp://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEDS/article/view/37487
- Nwodo, O. &s Asogwa, F. (2017). Global integration, non-oil export and economic growth in Nigeria. Academic Journal of Economic Studies. 3(1),59-67. (Place of publication : Romania) Available at http://www.ajes.ro/wp-content/uploads/AJES_article_1_88.pdf
- Ukwueze, E. R., Ogbonna, O. E., Asogwa, H. T., & Nwodo, O. S. (2019). The Link between Monetary Policy and Assets Prices in Nigeria. In The Impacts of Monetary Policy in the 21st Century: Perspectives from Emerging Economies, Emerald Publishing Limited. https://doi. org/10.1108/978-1-78973-319-820191009 Download as. RIS Publisher Emerald Publishing Limited Copyright. Available athttps://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/978-1-78973-319-820191009/full/html
- Ukwueze, E. R., Asogwa, H. T., Nwodo, O. S., & Ogbonna, O. E. (2019). Impact of Terrorism on Foreign Direct Investment in Nigeria. In The Impact of Global Terrorism on .Economic and Political Development: Afro-Asian Perspectives (pp. 235-247). Emerald Publishing Limited. Available at https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/978-1-78769-919-920191020/full/html.
- Ukwueze, E., Nwodo, O. & Urama, C. (2019). Malaria in pregnancy: can economics contribute? the International Conference on Globalization and Socio-economic Development in Africa of the Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Nigeria, Nsukka 9th - 12th July, 2019.
- Ukwueze, E., Ogbonna, O., Nwodo, O. & Urama, C. (2018). The impact of social infrastructures on economic growth of Sub-Saharan Africa: Implications for Economic Diversification. In first International Conference of the Department of Economics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka 20th - 21st July, 2018.
- Ogbonna, O.E., Mobosi, I. A., Nwodo, O. S. and Alade, O. B. (2018). Contribution of agricultural sector development to sustainable economic growth of both oil exporting and non-oil exporting countries in Africa. In the International Conference on the Economics of Sustainable Growth in Africa held by the African Heritage Institution, Enugu, 30th - 31st August, 2018.
Research In Progress
- Trade Openness and Financial Openness in Nigeria: A Causal Relationship (Under Review by Institutions and Economics).
- Domestic Debt, Private Sector Credit and Economic Growth in Nigeria (Under Review by Journey of Economic Development).
Contributions to Research
Reviewer for The Journal of Economic Asymmetries published by Elsivier (SCImago Indexed Journal, Impact factor = 0.704).