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Lagos Business School
Lecturer

Ikechukwu Kelikume is currently a doctoral student of the Swiss University of Economics (SMC University, Switzerland) and leads sessions in microeconomic and macroeconomic environment of business at Lagos Business School.

Ike undertakes research and consults in areas which include macroeconomic modeling, financial and monetary economics as well as econometrics and quantitative method in economics. He obtained his bachelor’s degree and a Master’s in Economics from the University of Benin.

Prior to joining LBS, he lectured in Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria where he was the first coordinator/ head of the Department of Economics and Human Development. Kelikume also taught in the Department of Economics and Statistics, University of Benin.

In addition to teaching, Ike also engages in consulting activities. His consulting activities have included assignments for the World Bank, United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) and the Nigerian Economic Summit Group.

Publications

Book

  • Anyiwe, M. A. & Kelikume, I. (2006). Applied Statistics in Social Sciences. BeninCity: Ethiope Publishing Corporation.

Journal Articles

Omoregie, K. & Kelikume, I. (2017). Executive Compensation and Banking Sector Performance: Evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Developing Areas. Kelikume, I. (2016). Exchange Rate Volatility and Firm Performance in Nigeria: A Dynamic Panel Aggression Approach. Journal of Developing Areas, 50 (6).

Kelikume, I. (2016). The Effect of Budget Deficit on Interest Rates in the Countries of Sub-Saharan African: A Panel Var Approach. Journal of Developing Areas, 50 (6).

Omoregie, K. & Kelikume, I. (in press, 2016). Dynamic Interaction Between Savings, Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Vector Autoregressive (Var) Approach. Journal of Developing Areas.

Kelikume, I. (2016). New Evidence from the Efficient Market Hypothesis for the Nigerian Stock Index Using the Wavelet Unit Root Test Approach. Journal of Developing Areas.

Osa-Afiana, L. O. & Kelikume, I. (2016). The Impact of Banking Sector Reforms and Credit Supply on Agricultural Sector: Evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Developing Areas.

Kelikume, I., Alabi, F. A., & Ike-Anikwe, R. C. (in press, 2015). An Empirical Analysis of Monetary Policy Reaction Function: Evidence from Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Kelikume, I. & Evans, O. (in press, 2015). Inflation Targeting as a Possible Monetary Framework for Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Kelikume, I. (in press, 2015). Interest Rate and Credit Sensitivity of Sectoral Output in Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Kelikume, I. (in press, 2014). Interest Rate Channel of Monetary Transmission Mechanism: Evidence from Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Kelikume, I. (2013). Dynamic Behavior of Inflation in Nigeria: A P-Star Approach. Journal of Applied Business and Economics.

Kelikume, I. (2013). Effects of the Monetary Policy Rate on Interest Rates in Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Kelikume, I. & Salami, A. (2013). Time Series Modeling and Forecasting Inflation: Evidence from Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2012). Is Inflation Everywhere a Monetary phenomenon? The case of Nigeria. Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Akinbuli, F. S. & Kelikume, I. (2012). The Effects of Mergers and Acquisition on Corporate Growth and Profitability. Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2011). Empirical Analysis of the Linkages between the Manufacturing and other Sectors of the Nigerian Economy. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, Transaction: Ecology and the Environment.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2010). An Estimate of Inflation Threshold for Nigeria. International Review of Business Research Papers, 6 (5), 375-385.

Okafor, C., Kelikume, I., & Umoren, A. O. (2010). The Effect of Capital Adequacy on Banks’ Performance: Evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Business Research.

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