PUBLICATIONS

Surname: Orji                                                        Other Names: Anthony

Institution: University of Nigeria, Nsukka                 Department: Economics

Faculty: Social Sciences                                         Email: anthony.orji@unn.edu.ng

Phone: +2348038559299                                         Alternate Email:tonyorjiuss@yahoo.com

Google Scholar Profile Name:  Dr. Anthony Orji

Research Gate Address:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Anthony_Orji2

Blog Address: https://www.successtonicsblog.com

 

Publications

Selected Articles Published In Scientific Refereed Journals

 

Anthony-Orji, O.I, Orji, A., Ogbuabor, J.E and & Nwosu, E.O (2017) “An Empirical Re-examination: Non-oil Export, Capital Formation and Economic Growth Nexus in Nigeria” Journal of Infrastructure Development 9(1) 36–48. Available online at: http://journals.sagepub.com HYPERLINK “http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0974930617706809″/doi/abs/10.1177/0974930617706809

 

Nwosu, E.O, Orji, A. & Yuni, D. (2017) “Environmental hazards and waste management in Nsukka urban metropolis in Enugu State of Nigeria: how much are people willing to pay?”, Environmental Hazards, Available online at: http://dx. HYPERLINK “http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17477891.2017.1340868″doi.org/10.1080/17477891.2017.1340868 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17477891.2017.1340868

 

 

Agu, C., and Orji, A (2017) “Patterns and Outcomes of Migration and Remittance Flows in Nigeria: An Exploratory Evidence” Institutions and Economies 9 (3), 51-69. Available online at: http://e-journal.um.edu.my/public/article-view.php?id=20328.

 

Agu, C., Orji, A and Onodugo V. (2017) “Regional Characteristics and Migration in Developing Economies: Evidence from Nigeria” International Journal of Economic Research (IJER) 14 (3), 11-27. Available online at: http://serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1177 HYPERLINK “http://serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1177&journals_id=41&volumes_id=1068″& HYPERLINK “http://serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1177&journals_id=41&volumes_id=1068″journals_id=41 HYPERLINK “http://serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1177&journals_id=41&volumes_id=1068″& HYPERLINK “http://serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1177&journals_id=41&volumes_id=1068″volumes_id=1068

 

Agu, C., Orji, A and Onodugo V. (2017) “Migration Motivation, Migrant Characteristics and Migration Outcomes in Nigeria: Evidence from Survey Data” International Journal of Economic Research (IJER) 14 (3), 1-10. Available online at: http://serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1177 HYPERLINK “http://serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1177&journals_id=41&volumes_id=1068″& HYPERLINK “http://serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1177&journals_id=41&volumes_id=1068″journals_id=41 HYPERLINK “http://serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1177&journals_id=41&volumes_id=1068″& HYPERLINK “http://serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1177&journals_id=41&volumes_id=1068″volumes_id=1068

 

 

Orji, A, Ogbuabor, J.E and Anthony-Orji, O.I. (2016) “Financial Openness and Output  Volatility in Nigeria: A Defacto and De Jure Approach” International Journal of Economic Research (IJER) 13(4), 1575-1594. Available online at: http://www.serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1078 HYPERLINK “http://www.serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1078&journals_id=41&volumes_id=845″& HYPERLINK “http://www.serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1078&journals_id=41&volumes_id=845″journals_id=41 HYPERLINK “http://www.serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1078&journals_id=41&volumes_id=845″& HYPERLINK “http://www.serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1078&journals_id=41&volumes_id=845″volumes_id=845

 

 

Orji, A, Ogbuabor, J.E and Anthony-Orji, O.I (2016) “Financial Openness and Growth in Nigeria: Empirical Evidence from Defacto and De Jure Approach” International Journal of Economic Research (IJER) 13(4), 1595-1627. Available online at: http://www.serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1078 HYPERLINK “http://www.serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1078&journals_id=41&volumes_id=845″& HYPERLINK “http://www.serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1078&journals_id=41&volumes_id=845″journals_id=41 HYPERLINK “http://www.serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1078&journals_id=41&volumes_id=845″& HYPERLINK “http://www.serialsjournals.com/articles.php?volumesno_id=1078&journals_id=41&volumes_id=845″volumes_id=845

 

 

Ogbuabor, J.E., Orji, A., Aneke, G. C. and Erdene-Urnukh, O. (2016), Measuring the Real and Financial Connectedness of Selected African Economies with the Global Economy, South African Journal of Economics, 84(3), 364 – 399. Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/saje.12135/abstract

 

 

Nwosu, E. O. and Orji, A. (2016) “Access to Formal Credit And Enterprise Performance In Nigeria: A Gender Perspective” Argumenta Oeconomica 36 (1), 191-224. Available online at: http://www.dbc.wroc.pl/dlibra/doccontent?id=32150 and    http://www.dbc.wroc.pl/Content/32150/Nwosu_Orji_Access_to_formal_credit_and_enterprise.pdf

 

Orji, A, Nwosu, E.O, Anthony-Orji, O.I and Mba, P.N (2016) “ICT Usage and Unemployment Rate Nexus in Nigeria: An Empirical Analysis” Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce 21 (2): 1-13. Available online at: http://www.icommercecentral.com/open-access/ict-usage-and-unemployment-rate-nexus-in-nigeria-an-empirical-analysis.pdf and

http://www.icommercecentral.com/open-access/ict-usage-and-unemployment-rate-nexus-in-nigeria-an-empirical-analysis.php?aid=73325

 

Orji, A, Aguegboh, E and Anthony-Orji, O.I (2015) “Real Sector Output and Financial Liberalisation in Nigeria” Journal of Infrastructure Development 7 (2): 136-150. Available at: http://joi.sagepub HYPERLINK “http://joi.sagepub.com/content/current”.com/c HYPERLINK “http://joi.sagepub.com/content/current”ontent/current

 

Orji, A., Ogbuabor, J.E and Anthony-Orji, O.I (2015), Financial Liberalization and Economic Growth in Nigeria: An Empirical Evidence. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 5 (3): 663-672. Available online at: http://econjournals.com/index.php/ijefi/article/view/1284/pdf

 

Orji, A., Ogbuabor, J.E and Anthony-Orji, O.I (2015), Private Savings and Private Investment in Nigeria: What Determines what and what Causes what? International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Issue 135: 13-27. Available at: http://www.internationalresearchjournaloffinanceandeconomics.com/ISSUES/IRJFE_Issue_135.htm

 

Orji, A., Anthony-Orji, O.I, Okafor, J. C (2015) Inflation and Unemployment Nexus in        Nigeria: Another Test of the Phillips Curve”, Asian Economic and Financial Review, 5(5): 766-778. Available at: http://www.aessweb.com/journals/May2015/5002/3166

 

Eigbiremolen, O. G, Nchege J.E and Orji, A. (2015) “Dynamics of Budget Deficit and Macroeconomic Fundamentals: Further Evidence from Nigeria” International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences 5 (5): 31-42. Available at: http://hrmars.com/index.php/journals/detail/8

 

Orji, A., Ogbuabor, J.E and Umesiobi, S (2014), “Agricultural Outputs, Food Security and Economic Development: Some Policy Options and Strategies for Africa”. European Journal of Social Sciences 45(3):305-318

 

Orji, A., Uche S.A and Ilor, A.E (2014), “Foreign Capital Inflows and Growth: An Empirical Analysis of WAMZ Experience” International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues 4 (4): 971-983.)

 

Orji, A, Okechukwu E., and Ogbuabor, J.E (2014) “Do Income and Income Distribution affect Health Outcomes in Nigeria?” International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Issue 125: 46-61.

 

Nwosu, E.O., Orji, A. and Anagwu, O (2013) “African Emerging Equity Markets Re‐examined: Testing the Weak Form Efficiency Theory.” (African Development Review, 25 (4):485–498). Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1467-8268.12044/pdf

 

Nwosu, O.E; Orji, A; Urama,N; Amuka, J.I. (2013) “Regional Integration and Foreign Investment: The Case of ASEAN Countries”, Asian Economic and Financial Review 3(12) 1670-1680. Available at: www. HYPERLINK “http://www.ideas.repec.org/a/asi/aeafrj/2013p1670-1680.html”ideas.repec.org/a/asi/aeafrj/2013p1670-1680.html

 

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  1. NAME: ONAH CYNTHIA EZINNE
    REG. NO: 2016/235181
    DEPARTMENT: LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE/ECONOMICS
    FACULTY: EDUCATION
    COURSE: DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS (ECO 361)

    LECTURER: DR. TONY ORJI
    QUESTION: (1) DISCUSS YOUR TALENT, YOUR IDENTIFIED TALENT AND THE SKILLS YOU HAVE DEVELOPED:

    (2) HOW DO YOU INTEND TO DEVELOP YOUR TALENT AND YOUR SKILLS TO CREATE WEALTH FOR YOU AND TAKE YOU OUT OF POVERTY IN THE MEDIUM TIME AND LONG TERM (5 YEARS AND 15 YEARS) RESPECTIVELY

    Right back when I was of my very younger age, “singing” has been activity that glades my heart so much. Then, I have not learnt how to sing, but whenever I hear someone singing melodiously, every single part of my body dances and rejoices in anticipation to the good rhythm. The spirit of the rhythm get me deconnected from the conscious level of reasoning and become re-connected to the subconscious reasoning. At this height, the rhythm echoes and re-echoes in my inner being and I start singing the song regardless of the nature of the rhythm.
    Due to this natural penchant I have towards songs, I saw reasons to always get associated with activities connected to songs including, “Akuechenyi, Ikorodo” etc. This was the starting point of the discovery of my talent. As a member of this committed association, I was the singer and dancer that we had then. We were hired in several ceremonial activities and we do perform tremendously well. As I was getting older, I discovered that my talent in singing is Gospel song(s) related, so I dismiss myself from being a member of “ikorodo and Akunechenyi” and joined catholic church choir. This was when the manifestation of the discovered talent took place. Immediately I joined choir, which I was engaged in soprano part I put in every effort towards making sure that I get the best out of it. My active participation and enthusiasm towards learning gospel songs is the brain behind the very success coming my way now. As a choir member, I was a chorister, a renounced chorister I mean.
    Few months of my active participation and elevation to all choir practices, I was made the choir mistress in our stations. Having attain this height, I was faced with big challenges of what new song to teach. This instigated me to deem it necessary attending very higher learning classes with know choir master and mistreses in the Dioceses (Nsukka). This marks the point of escalation of already manifesting talent. At this point, I become the choir mistress of my parish, and people from other parishes do come seeking for my assistance. I sing responsorial Psalm and even in other event(s) requiring singing I was always called upon.
    Certainly, someone’s talent(s) is what places food on his/her table. Having discovered, hurtured and enhanced this talent of mine, am certain that sky will be my starting point. I have series of plans on how to strategically restructure. This my talent of singing as to enrich my pocket. Presently, having gained popularity as a good chorister, I have a plan of collecting money at every single practice visit to other parishes. This will help me get some cash I will use to take care of myself. This is possible because I do go outside teaching two-three times per week.
    On a long term run, I will reshape my parish choirs such that we can go into producing audio of our own melodious songs. This will not take much from us as it will be sponsored by the individuals involved, and our parish will assist us in actualizing this plan. By the time this is put in place, my dream will be fully actualized as I made many to be glad by listening to our songs both at home and in the disapara. This will come to the completion of its, I will be fulfilled to what gladness my heart doing and get paid for doing that which I love doing.

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