DR. Henry Okodua
PhD, M.Sc., B.Sc.
International Economics; Development Economics; Econometrics
Microeconomics; Mathematical Economics; Statistical Theory; Econometric Theory; International Finance
Undergraduate Courses Taught:
A. 200 LEVEL TAUGHT COURSES
1. Principles of Economics (Microeconomic Theory)
2. Principles of Economics (Macroeconomic Theory)
3. Mathematics for Economists I
4. Mathematics for Economists II
B. 300 LEVEL TAUGHT COURSES
1. Statistical Theory
2. Applied Statistics
3. Macroeconomic Theory
4. Econometric Theory (Practical)
C. 400 LEVEL TAUGHT COURSES
1. International Finance
2. International Trade
Current Postgraduate Supervision
Selected Publications (20)
[ii] Participant: 2015 Training Course - Augmented Gravity Models: Measurement and Trade Impact of Policies. IFPRI Dakar, Senegal. 5th Oct., 2015 – 9th Oct., 2015. Organized by the African Growth and Development (AGRODEP) Modeling Consortium.
[iii] Participant: 2014 Training Course/Workshop - Advanced CGE Modeling: PEP and IFPRI Models. Dakar, Senegal. 16th June, 2014 – 17th June, 2014. Organized by the African Growth and Development (AGRODEP) Modeling Consortium.
[iv] Participant: 2014 Training Course/Workshop - Advanced CGE Modeling: Models of Regional Trade Integration. Dakar, Senegal. 22nd June, 2014. Organized by the African Growth and Development Modeling Consortium (AGRODEP).
[v] Okodua, H. (2014) “Household Welfare Impact of Trade Liberalization in Nigeria, A Computable General Equilibrium Model”. Paper presented at the 17th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis on the theme: “New Challenges in Food Policy, Trade and Economic Vulnerability”. Dakar, Senegal, June 18 – 20, 2014
[vi] Olayiwola, W. K., E. S. C. Osabuohien, H. Okodua & O. A. Ola-David (2013) “Regional Integration and Trade Facilitation: ECOWAS’ Agricultural Export Performance”. Paper presented at the African Economic Conference. Johannesburg, South Africa, 28th – 30th October, 2013
[vii] Participant: “GAMS-Based Computable General Equilibrium Modeling (Basic) Workshop”. International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI Campus), Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (December 9-23, 2013). Organized by the African Growth and Development Modeling Consortium (AGRODEP).
[viii] Olayiwola, W. K., H. Okodua & E. S. C. Osabuohien (2012) “Finance for Growth and Policy Options for Emerging and Developing Economies: Nigeria”. Paper presented at the Executive Summit of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Lagos, May, 2012
[ix] Olayiwola, W. K. and H. Okodua (2009) “Foreign Direct Investment, Non-Oil Exports, and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Causality Analysis”. Paper presented at the African Econometric Society- 14th Annual International Conference on Econometric Modeling for Africa. Abuja, Nigeria. July 8 – 10th, 2009
[x] Okodua, H. (2008) “Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth: Co-integration and Causality Analysis of Nigeria”. Paper presented at the 5th African Finance Journal Conference on the theme: Innovative Finance for Africa’s Development. Cape Town, South Africa. July 12 -13, 2008
[xi] Adegbaju, A. and H. Okodua (2008) “The Role of the Nigerian Stock Market in Achieving Vision 2020”. Paper presented at the 2nd National Conference of the Department of Finance, University of Lagos, on the theme:- Roadmap to Vision 2020: Economic and Financial Perspectives. April 22-23rd , 2008
[xii] Folarin S. and H. Okodua (2007) “Petroleum, the Environment, and the Economics of Nationalism in the Niger Delta” in Marginality and Crisis: Globalization and Identity in Contemporary Africa. Paper presented at the International Conference on "Globalization: Migration, Citizenship and Identity" at the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria November 6-9, 2007.