Curriculum Vitae

PERSONAL DETAILS

Dr Kizito Uyi Ehigiamusoe


ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION
(Qualification),(Institution)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Finance / Economics), UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA, Malaysia
  • Master in Economics (Economics), UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA, Nigeria
  • Master in Education Administration & Planning, NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, Nigeria
  • Master in Financial Economics, UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA, Nigeria
  • Bachelor in Economics (B.Sc), OGUN STATE UNIVERSITY, Nigeria
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
(Qualification),(Institution)
  • Nigerian Certificate in Education (NCE), COLLEGE OF EDUCATION EKIADOLOR-BENIN, Nigeria
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP
(Organisation),(Role),(Duration),(Level)
  • Nigerian Economic Society, Member, 2013 to present (National)
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
(Area)
  • Finance Economics
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Macroeconomic Theory
  • Economic Development And Growth
TEACHING
(Course Title),(Level of Study),(Institution),(Month/Year)
  • Money & Banking, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (08/2021)
  • Microeconomics, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (08/2021)
  • Intermediate Microeconomics, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (08/2021)
  • Intermediate Microeconomics, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (03/2021)
  • Microeconomics, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (03/2021)
  • Intermediate Microeconomics, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (08/2020)
  • Intermediate Microeconomics, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (03/2020)
  • Economics for Organisations, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (03/2020)
  • Economics for Organisations, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (08/2020)
  • Microeconomics, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (08/2020)
  • Intermediate Microeconomics, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (03/2019)
  • Microeconomics, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (08/2019)
  • Intermediate Microeconomics, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (08/2019)
  • Managerial Economics, Master Degree, Taylor's University (07/2019)
  • Managerial Economics, Master Degree, Taylor's University (02/2019)
  • Macroeconomics, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (03/2019)
PUBLICATIONS
(Title of publication in APA style)
Book Chapter
2018
  • Ehigiamusoe, U. K. & Lean, H. H. (2018). ‘Sovereign Wealth Funds and Macroeconomic Stability: Before and after their establishment’ in Boubaker, S., Cumming, D.J. & Nguyen D.K. (eds) “Research Handbook of Investing in the Triple Bottom Line" Edward Elgar Publishers, United Kingdom, 135-156.
     
Article in Journals
2021
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. Guptan, V. & Suresh, N (2021). Rethinking the impact of GDP on financial development: Evidence from heterogeneous panels. African Development Review, 33(1),1-13 [SSCI-Indexed, Q2, IF: 1.250, ABDC: C] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U. K. (2021). The nexus between tourism, financial development and economic growth: Evidence from African countries. African Development Review, 1-15 [SSCI-Indexed, Q2, IF: 1.250, ABDC: C] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, K.U, Lean, H. H. & Somasundram, S. (2021). Unveiling the non-linear impact of sectoral output on environmental pollution in Malaysia. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 1-24 [SCIE, Q2, IF: 4.223] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, K.U. Suresh, N & Poon, W.C. (2021). Revisiting the role of inflation in financial development: Unveiling non-linear and moderating effects. Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration, 1-22 [SCOPUS, Q2, ABDC: B] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, K.U. & Babalola, S.J. (2021). Electricity consumption, trade openness and economic growth in developing countries: A disaggregated approach, Singapore Economic Review [SSCI, IF: 1.184, ABDC: B] (Accepted) ISI-Indexed
     
  • Law, C. H., Soon, S. V. & Ehigiamusoe, K.U. (2021). The nonlinear impact of institutional quality on international reserves: International Evidence. Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy, (accepted) [SCOPUS-indexed]
     
2020
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K., Lean, H.H. & Smyth, R. (2020). The moderating role of energy consumption in the carbon emissions-income nexus in middle-income countries. Applied Energy, 261, 1-13. [SCI-Indexed, Q1, IF: 8.426, ABDC: A] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2020). The role of deficit and debt in financing growth in West Africa. Journal of Policy Modeling , 42(1), 216-234. [SSCI-Indexed, Q2, IF: 1.254, ABDC: A] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2020). Tourism, growth and environment: Analysis of non-linear and moderating effects. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 28(8),1174-1192 [SSCI-Indexed, Q1, IF: 3.400, ABDC: A*] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2020). A disaggregated approach to analyzing the effect of electricity on carbon emissions: Evidence from African countries. Energy Reports, 6, 1286-1296 [SCI-Indexed, Q1, IF: 3.830] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K., Lean, H. H. & Chan, J.H. (2020). Influence of Macroeconomic Stability on Financial Development in Developing Economies: Evidence from West African Region. Singapore Economic Review, 65(4), 837-856. [SSCI-Indexed, IF: 0.533, ABDC: B] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2020). The drivers of environmental degradation in ASEAN+China: Do financial development and urbanization have any moderating effect? Singapore Economic Review, 1-44 [SSCI-Indexed, IF: 0.533, ABDC: B] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Samsurijan, M.S. (2020). What matters for finance-growth nexus? A critical survey of macroeconomic stability, institutions, financial and economic development. International Journal of Finance and Economics, 1-19 [SSCI-Indexed, IF:0.636, ABDC: B] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Hsni, E.N.B.T., Samsurijan, M.S., Hamat, Z., Hanapi, M.S., & Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2020). Micro-Credit Financing (Ar-Rahnu) in South East Asia: A Review. Solid State Technology, 63(1s), 1781-1795. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
2019
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2019). Do economic and financial integration stimulate economic growth: A critical survey. Economics-The Open Access Open-Assessment E-Journal, 13(2009-4), 1-28. [SSCI-Indexed, Q2, IF: 0.735, ABDC: B] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2019). Economic Union, Finance and Growth: A Prognosis on West Africa. African Development Review, 31(4), 434-447. [SSCI-Indexed, Q2, IF: 1.054, ABDC: C] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K., Lean, H. H. & Lee, C. C. (2019). Moderating Effect of Inflation on the Finance-Growth Nexus: Insights from West African Countries. Empirical Economics, 57(2), 399-422. [SSCI-Indexed, Q2, IF: 1.029, ABDC: A] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K, Guptan, V.P. & Lean H.H. (2019). Impact of financial structure on environmental quality: Evidence from panel and disaggregated data. Energy Sources Part B Economics Planning, and Policy 14(10-12),359-383. [SCI- Indexed, Q2, IF: 1.093, ABDC: C] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Babalola, S.J., Mohd, S., Ehigiamusoe, U.K & Onikola, H. (2019). Impact of foreign direct investment, aid and trade on economic growth in Nigeria. Journal of Developing Areas, 53(4), 15-32 (ERA Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2019). Foreign capital inflows and economic growth in Nigeria: Any nexus? Journal of African Business, 20(4),455-471. Q2 (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2019). Influence of real exchange rate on the finance-growth nexus in the West African Region. Economies, 7(1), 1-21. (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2019). Effects of energy consumption, economic growth and financial development on carbon emissions: Evidence from heterogeneous income groups. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 26(22),22611-22624. Q1, IF: 2.914 (ISI-Indexed)
     
2018
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2018). Finance-Growth Nexus: New Insights from West African Region, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 54(11), 2596-2613. Q2 (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2018). Tripartite Analysis of Financial Development, Trade Openness and Economic Growth: Evidence from Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa. Contemporary Economics 12(2) 189-206. Q2 (ISI-Indexed)
     
2017
  • Ehigiamusoe, U. K., Lean, H. H. & Badeeb R. A. (2017). Finance-Growth Nexus in Cote D’Ivoire and Nigeria: Does the Proxy of Financial Development Matter. Pertanika Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 25(1), 401-416. [SCOPUS/ESCI- Indexed, Q3, SJR 0.175] (ISI-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U. K. & Lean, H. H. (2017). Do Stock Markets Complement Banks in Promoting Economic Growth? Evidence from West African Countries. Journal of Applied Economic Sciences, XII, 2(48), 482-495. [SCOPUS- Indexed, Q3, SJR 0.221, ABDC: C] (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2017). Macroeconomic Variables, Investment and Economic Development in Nigeria: A Prognosis. Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development, 38(3), 145-168. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
2016
  • Ehigiamusoe, U. K. & Lean, H. H. (2016). Analysis of National Budget Implementation: Evidence from 2012-2014 Budgets of Nigeria. Journal of Applied Economic Sciences, XI, 2(40), 317-324. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
2015
  • Ehigiamusoe, U. K. & Lean, H.H (2015). Value Added Tax and Economic Development in Nigeria: Examining the Link. Journal of Economic and Social Research, 17(1-2), 67-81.
     
  • Mobolaji, H., Ehigiamusoe, U. K & Lean, H. H. (2015). The Role of Fiscal Policy in Inclusive Growth in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies, 57(2), 253-275.
     
2014
  • Ogujiuba, K. & Ehigiamusoe, U. K. (2014). Capital Budget Implementation in Nigeria: Evidence from 2012 Capital Budget. Contemporary Economics, 8(3), 299-314. [SCOPUS/ESCI-indexed, Q3, SJR 0.215, ABDC: C] (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2014). The Nexus between Tax Structure and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Prognosis. Journal of Economic and Social Studies, 4(1), 113-138.
  • Abiola, A.G & Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2014). Analysis of Internally Generated Revenue and its Implications on Fiscal Viability of State Governments in Nigeria. Journal of Empirical Economics, 3(1), 212-228.
2013
  • Ogujiuba, K., Ehigiamusoe, U. K. & Udefuna, P. (2013). The Challenges and Implications of Sustainable Development in Africa: Policy Options for Nigeria. Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development, 34(4), 77-112. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
     
  • Ehigiamusoe, U. K., & Umar, A. (2013). Legislative oversights and budget performance in Nigeria: Issues and policy options. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance, 1(5), 01-12.
  • Ehigiamusoe, U. K. (2013). Education, economic growth & poverty rate in nigeria: Any nexus. Journal of Social and Development Sciences, 4(12), 544-553.
2012
  • Ehigiamusoe, U. K. & Jumare, F. (2012). The Challenges of State and Local Government Joint Account and its impact on Rural Development in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Legislative Affairs, 4(2), 110-140.
  • Ehigiamusoe, U. K. & Udefuna, P. N. (2012). The Role of Parliament on Economic Integration in Africa: Evidence from ECOWAS Parliament. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 4(1), 01-10.
  • Ehigiamusoe U. K. (2012). The place of financial markets in the development process: evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies, 4(11), 649-659
RESEARCH PROJECT
(Project title),(Role),(Duration),(Level)
  • A fundamental study on the environmental impacts of the agricultural, industrial and financial sectors in Malaysia, Project Leader, 2020 to 2022 (National)
SUPERVISION
(Title of Thesis),(Name of Candidates),(Academic Level),(Role)
COMPLETED
  • The Effects of Financial Capital and Intellectual Capital on the Efficiency of Microfinance Institutions: The Moderating Role of Internal and External Governance, SHAMSUDDIN AHAMAD  (Co-supervisor (Internal))
ONGOING
  • GUO YATING  (Main Supervisor)
  • HUANG YUBAI  (Main Supervisor)
  • LIU YING  (Main Supervisor)
PRESENTATION
(Title),(Event),(Date Presented),(Organiser),(Level)
ORAL PRESENTER
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean H.H. (2018). Do interest rates matter in the finance-growth nexus? Evidence from developing countries, 3rd International Conference on Contemporary Economic Issues (ICCEI) , 21/11/2018 to 22/11/2018, School of Humanities, Social Sciences, and HBP, Universiti Sains Malaysia, (National)
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2017). Finance and Growth Nexus in Developing Countries: The Role of Real Exchange Rates, Social Sciences Postgraduates International Seminar, (SSPIS) , 29/11/2017 to 29/11/2017, School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia (National)
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean H.H. (2017). Macroeconomic Stability and Financial Development: A Prognosis , 2nd USM-International Conference on Social Sciences (USM-ICOSS) , 23/08/2017 to 25/08/2017, School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia (International)
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2016). Economic Integration, Financial Development and Economic Growth: A Conceptual Review, Social Sciences Postgraduates International Seminar, (SSPIS) , 15/12/2016 to 15/12/2016, School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia (National)
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2016). Does Economic Union Matter in the Finance-Growth Nexus? New Insights from Union Economique et Monetaire Ouest Africaine (UEMOA). , Social Sciences Postgraduates International Seminar, (SSPIS) , 15/12/2016 to 15/12/2016, School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia (National)
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2016). Macroeconomic Variables and Economic Development in Nigeria: Any Nexus? , 57th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Economic Society (NES) , 27/09/2016 to 29/09/2016, NICON Luxury Hotels, Abuja, Nigeria (National)
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2015). Stock Market Development and Economic Growth in West Africa: A Panel Cointegration and Causality Tests , Social Sciences Postgraduates International Seminar, (SSPIS) on 12th November, 2015, 12/11/2015 to 12/11/2015, School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia (National)
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2015). Financial Development, Trade Openness and Inclusive Growth: A Comparative Analysis of Nigeria and South Africa, 56th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Economic Society (NES) , 11/10/2015 to 14/10/2015, Nigerian Economic Society (NES) (National)
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. & Lean, H. H. (2015). Does Financial Development Promote Output Growth in West Africa? Evidence from Cote D Ivoire and Nigeria, USM-International Conference on Social Sciences (USM-ICOSS) , 27/08/2015 to 28/08/2015, School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia  (National)
  • Mobolaji, H. & Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2014). The Role of Fiscal Policy in Inclusive Growth and Economic Transformation in Nigeria, 55th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Economic Society (NES) , 16/11/2014 to 19/11/2014, Nigerian Economic Society (NES)  (National)
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K, Umar, A., Okoro, S., Jumare, F. & Ogunyomi, R. (2014). Examining Finance-Led Growth Hypothesis in Nigeria: Challenges of Policy and Leadership, Policy and Politics Conference , 16/09/2014 to 17/09/2014, University of Bristol, England  (National)
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2013). Empirical Analysis of Foreign Capital Inflows and Economic Growth in Nigeria, 4th International Conference on Education and Information Management , 21/12/2013 to 22/12/2013, . (International)
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2013). Education, Economic Growth & Poverty Rate in Nigeria: Any Nexus? , 4th International Conference on Education and Information Management, 21/12/2013 to 22/12/2013, . (International)
  • Ehigiamusoe, U.K. (2013). The Link between Money Market and Economic Growth in Nigeria: Vector Error Correction Model Approach, International Conference on Finance and Economics, 16/12/2013 to 17/12/2013, . (International)
COURSE ATTENDED
(Course Title),(Course Mode),(Date/Duration),(Level)
  • VAR and VECM Models, Universiti Sains Malaysia , Research, 04/05/2016 to 05/05/2016 (University)
  • Panel Data Analysis, Universiti Sains Malaysia , Research, 24/03/2016 to 26/03/2016 (University)
  • Time Series Data Analysis, Universiti Sains Malaysia , Research, 11/05/2015 to 12/05/2015 (University)
  • Econometric Analysis of Panel Data, University of Pretoria, South Africa , Research, 23/06/2014 to 27/06/2014 (University)