Mr. Samuel David


Staff Position: Lecturer I
  

Holds BSc Economics in 1988 and MSc Economics in 1992 from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He has a sound academic background in Economics and Policy Analysis. Possesses an excellent analytical and problem-solving skills and able to handle multiple projects while producing high quality work in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment. Proficient in Econometric software packages (Eviews, SPSS) for data analysis and policy formulation for implementation. Highly trained in Foreign Exchange Trading and a Trainer. Obtained Certificate and Diploma in Leadership. Possesses ability to lead teams into achieving desired results. Proficient in the preparation of budget, business plans, feasibility studies highly trained in brainstorming on complex issues until solutions are delivered. He is happily married with two children.

Publications

Samuel, D.A. (2016) Fiscal Policy and Unemployment Nexus in Nigeria (1986-2014).Book of Proceedings, Nigeria’s Economic Development Conference on Nigeria’s Economic challenges since independence: Issues and prospects from multidimensional perspectives. 587-601.

Kyarem, R. and Samuel, D.A. (2017). An investigation of economic atavism: An impact analysis of corruption on Macroeconomic performance in Nigeria.  Journal of Economics and Development Studies (JEDS). (5)1, 119-134.

Ola-Peters, J., Samuel, D.A.  and Abuh, O. (2018).  Globalisation and Manufacturing Productivity in Nigeria: Lessons from SVAR Evaluation. FUDMA Economic and Development Review. (1)3, 101-124.