Godwin Oghenevwoke Akpokodje
Economic and Business Policy Research Department (EBPRD)
Prof. Akpokodje Godwin Oghenevwoke is a Research Professor in the Economics and Business Policy Department, Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, Ibadan, Nigeria. He holds a BSc. degree and PhD in Economics from the University of Port Harcourt and the University of Ibadan respectively. Areas of interest are Development Economics and Trade. He was Visiting Professor at the Pan Atlantic University, Lekki in 2019. He was also a Visiting Scholar to the IMF, Washington, DC in 1999 and in 2004. He was likewise a Visiting Policy Economist at the West African Rice Development Association (WARDA), Buoake, Cote d’ivoire in 2000-2001. His research at WARDA on Nigeria’s Rice Economy gave birth to the Presidential Initiative on Rice Production in Nigeria. He is a Governing Council member, National Productivity Centre, Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, Abuja. He is also a member of the National Council on Productivity. Among the team of researchers that pioneered the study on the role of tax havens and illicit financial flows from developing countries funded by the Global Financial Integrity, Prof. Godwin Akpokodje covered Nigeria, Ghana and Uganda.
- Folarin, Gbadebo-Smith and Godwin Akpokodje (eds.), (2020), “Managing Nigeria’s Post COVID-19 Economy”, NISER, Ibadan, Nigeria.
- Adeyeye, V.A. and Akpokodje (2017) “Pulling the Nigerian Economy Out of Recession” (ed), Published by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), Ibadan.
- Taiwo, I.O., Godwin Akpokodje, O.O. Ogundele, A. Ajala and O.B. Okuwa (2015) “Econometric Model of the Nigerian Economy” Published by the Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), Ibadan, Nigeria.
- Godwin Akpokodje, M.K. Bolarinwa, G.O. Falokun, L.N. Chete, A.O. Ogunwale, O.B. Okuwa and M.A. Atinsola (2015) “Potentials for Diversification of the Nigerian Economy” Published by the Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), Ibadan, Nigeria
- Godwin Akpokodje, L.N. Chete and A.O. Ogunwale (2013) “Macroeconomic Effects of Exchange Rate Devaluation in Nigeria” Published by the Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), Ibadan, Nigeria.
- Taiwo, I.O., J.O. Adeoti, Akpokodje, G.O. Falokun, T. Awoyemi, F. Olorunfemi and Y. Aluko (2013) “Growth, Inequality and Poverty in Nigeria”, Published by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, Ibadan, Nigeria.
- Oluwafemi E. Awopegba, Joseph O. Afolabi, Lydia T. Adeoye, and Godwin O. Akpokodje (2022), “Effect of Monetary Policy Rate on Market Interest Rates in Nigeria: A Threshold and NARDL Approach”, CBN Journal of Applied Statistics, Vol.13, No.1, June, pp.93-120.
- Adeolu, O. Adewuyi. and Godwin Akpokodje (2013) “Exchange Rate Volatility and Economic Activities of Africa’s Sub-Groups”, The International Trade Journal, 27, No. 4
- Omojimite, B.U and Godwin Akpokodje (2010) “A Comparative Analysis of the Effect of Exchange Rate Volatility on Exports in the Cfa and Non-Cfa Countries of Africa” Journal of Social Sciences, KrePublishers, vol. 24, No.1, July
- Adeolu, O. Adewuyi. and Godwin Akpokodje (2010) “Impact of Trade Reform on Nigeria’s Trade Flows”, The International Trade Journal, 1521-0545, Vol.24, Issue 4, p.411-439.
- Adewuyi, A.O and Akpokodje (2007) “Macroeconomic Factors and Private Investment: An Empirical Analysis for ECOWAS and its Sub-groups”, Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences”, Vol.5, No.2, pp.107-122.
- Akpokodje, Godwin, Festus O. Egwaikhide, Olugboyega A. Oyeranti; Olumide S. Ayodele (2004) “Savings Trend and Behaviour in Nigeria”, West African Journal of Monetary and Economic Integration, Vol.4, No.2 pp.87-102
- Akpokodje, G. ; Lancon, Frederic; Olaf Erenstein; and Ali Toure (2004) “Qualite et Competitivite des Riz Locaux Et Imports Sur Les Marches Urbains Ouest-Africains”, Cahiers/Agricultures, Vol.13 (1): 110-05.
- Akpokodje, G. (1998) “The Reaction of Private and Public Capital Stock to Fluctuations in Export Earnings in Nigeria”, Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies,40, No.2, July