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Dahida Deewua Philip B.A, M.Sc, PhD
Associate Professor

Dr. Dahida Deewua Philip holds a Ph.D. Public Administration and Policy Analysis (University of Abuja, 2010), M.Sc. Public Administration and Policy Analysis (University of Abuja, 2006) and a B.A. (Hons) Public Administration (ABU, 1997). He is a member of the following professional associations/ CSOs: CODESRIA Laureate; Truth Advocates of Nigeria; Member, Research and Development Network; and Fellow, Institute of Political Administration and Management (FIPAM). His areas of specialization are Public Policy Analysis and governance.

Articles:

  1. Dahida D. Philip (2006); “Towards a New Paradigm in achieving rural and Community Development in Nigeria”. An Article in the Abuja Management Review (AMR) Vol. 4, Issue No. 1 June 2006. A Publication of the Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Abuja. Pp. 92-103.
  2. Zoaka Ali and Dahida D. Philip (2006); “The Youth and Sustainable Development ” An Article in the Abuja Management Review (AMR) Vol. 4, Issue No. 1 June, 2006. A Publication of the Faculty of Management Sciences University of Abuja. Pp. 104-117.
  3. Kasim Umar and Dahida D. Philip (2007); “Management By Objective [MBO] as a Tool for Restructuring Bureaucratic Performance in the Public Service.” An Article in the Nasarawa State University Journal of Administration (NUJA) Vol. 3, Issue No. 2 July 2007.A Publication of the Faculty of Administration Nasarawa State university Keffi.Pp. 51-59.
  4. Dahida D. Philip (2007); “A Review of Issues and Challenges of Globalisation in Developing Countries”. An Article in the Abuja Management Review (AMR) Vol. 5 Issue No.1 June 2007.  A Publication of the faculty of Management Sciences University of Abuja. Pp. 74-81.
  5. Dahida D. Philip (2008); “A Critical Analysis of Public Policy making & Implementation in Nigeria: The Federal Urban Mass Transit Agency (FUMTA) Re-examined” An Article in the Nasarawa State University Journal of Administration (NUJA) Vol.4 Issue No.2 December,2008.A Publication of the Faculty of Administration, Nasarawa State University Keffi. Pp. 73-84.
  6. Dahida D. Philip (2010); “The Imperatives of Privatization Policy in Nigeria . Issues, trends and perspectives 1988 – 2004” in   Abuja Journal of Banking & Finance. A Publication of the Department of Banking And Finance University of Abuja V0l 1 NO,1 January, 2010.Pp. 183-195.
  7. Kasim Umar and Dahida D. Philip (2010) “Re-positioning Local Government for effective service delivery at the Grass-Roots level in Nigeria” in Abuja Journal of Administration And Management. A Publication of the Department of Public Administration, University of Abuja.Vol.7 NO.2 August, 2010. Pp. 183-200.
  8. Dahida D. Philip, Adekeye A. Joseph and Kabiru Tukur (2011), “Implications of Global Corporate Governance in Nigeria: Issues And Challenges” in Abuja Journal of Banking & Finance. A Publication of the Department of Banking And Finance University of Abuja V0l 3 NO.1 July, 2011.Pp. 94-100.
  9. Dahida D. Philip and Ohimai F. Eborieme (2011) “Democratic Ethos As An Agenda For Sustainable Development In Nigeria” in Business Journal for Entrepreneurs. A publication of Franklin Publishing Company U S A VOL.2011 Issue No.3 September, 2011. Pp. 55-65
  10. Dahida D. Philip and Akangbe O. Moses (2011) “Electioneering Process And Violence in Africa: A comparative Analysis of Some Selected States” in journal of Review of Nigerian Political Economy. A publication of the Dept. of Political Science and International Relations, University of Abuja Vol. 1 number 11July- December, 2011 Pp.143-172.
  11. P.I. Urhoghide and Dahida Philip (2011) Factors Militating Against Bureaucracy In Edo State, Nigeria Development Efforts: An Analysis’ in Business and law. A publication of Franklin Publishing Company U S A VOL.2011   Issue No.4 December,2011 Pp.38-51
  12. Dahida D. Philip (2011) “Re-Building the Rural Areas for socio-Economic Development in Nigeria” in Sapha: A journal of Historical and Multidisciplinary Studies, A publication of the Department of History, University of Abuja vol.2 numbers1 and 2, December,2011 Pp.29-49 .
  13. Dahida D. Philip (2013) “A Reflection on the Feasibility of Local Government Autonomy in Nigeria” in International Journal of Administration and Development Studies. A publication of the Department of Public Administration, University of Maiduguri Vol.4 No.1 March, 2013 Pp 57-74.
  14. Dahida D. Philip (2013) “The Implications of Planning Programming and budgeting System (PPBS) on the Nigerian Civil Service” in Nigerian Journal of Administrative science. A publication of Institute of Public Administration and extension services, University of Benin. Vol.10 Nos.1&2, May, 2013 Pp.187-197.
  15. Akume, Albert T. And Dahida D. Philip (2013) External Intrusion and the Failed State Question: Is Nigeria Really a Failed State? In Centre point Journal (Humanities Edition) A publication of University of Ilorin and publications Committee.Vol.NO.1 June, 2013. Pp.115-143.
  16. Dahida D. Philip and Akume Albert T.(2013) Administrative Ethical Tools   and Nigeria’s Public Administration Ethical Code: A Reflection. In Abuja Journal of Banking & Finance. A Publication of the Department of Banking And Finance University of Abuja V0l 4, NO.1 July, 2013.Pp.50-62.
  17. Dahida D. Philip (2013) “Reconfiguring Bureaucratic Practice In the Nigerian Civil Service” in Journal of International Diversity. A publication of Franklin Publishing Company U S A VOL. March,,2013 Issue NO.1 Pp.23-33 .
  18. Dahida D.Philip (2013) “Organisation and Conflict Management in Nigeria: An Analytical Perspective” in Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Journal” A publication of Franklin Publishing Company U S A VOL. 2013 Issue NO.2 June,2013 Pp.74-86.
  19. Dahida D. Philip and Maidoki B. Peter (2013) Public Policy Making and Implementation in Nigeria: Connecting the Nexus. In Journal of Public Policy and Administration Research. A publication of The International Institute For Science, Technology and Education. USA Vol.3 No.6 June, 2013 Pages 56-64.
  20. Dahida D. Philip (2013) “Communication: A necessity for effective management of modern organisation”. in Journal of Developing Country Studies. A publication of The International Institute For Science, Technology and Education, USA Vol 3 N0.11 October, 2013.Pp.165-170.
  21. Dahida D. Philip (2013) “Towards Ensuring Accountability and Control in Budgeting process in Nigeria” in European Journal of       Business and Management” A publication of The International Institute For Science, Technology and Education, USA Vol 5 No.24 October, 2013.Pp.108-112.
  22. Dahida D. Philip, Fortune O. Chujor & Okolie C. Anthony (2013). “Niger Delta Crises and National Security in Nigeria: Issues and Implications. Nigerian Journal of Public Administration and Local Government University of Nigeria, Nsuuka, Vol. XVI, No. 1, Pp.56-73.
  23. Akume, A.T.Abdullahi,Y.M. & Dahida D. Philip (2014). The interdiction of Okada Transportation Business: Implication for Human Security, Poverty Reduction and Sustainable Development in Kaduna State. OIBA International Journal of Sustainable Development, Canada. Vol. 7, No. 9 Pp.141-152.
  24. Dahida D. Philip and Adekeye J. Adeshola (2014): Effective Management of Internally Generated Revenue as a Catalyst for Grassroots Development in Kuje Area Council FCT, Abuja. A bi-monthly Journal of the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria Pp27-39.
  25. Dahida D.Philip and Olusola E. Akintola (2014): Local Government Autonomy in Nigeria: An Analysis of State-Local Government Relations and its Effect on the Grass-Root Development. Abuja Journal of Administration and Management, vol, 8 No.1        Pp.54-68.
  26. Dahida D. Philip and Adeyeke A. Joseph (2014): Internal communication and    Performance of power Holding Company of Nigeria: Options and Prospects. International Journal of Development Studies, Vol.9 NO.2 2014 Pp.63-69.
  27. Dahida D. Philip (2015): The Paradox Of Managing Ethnic Militias In Nigeria And Its Implications On Socio-Economic Development. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review, Vol. 5, No. 2 Pp.27-39.
  28. Dahida D. Philip (2015): Managing Violence and Sustaining Democracy in Nigeria: An unresolved Agenda. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review, Vol. 5, No. 2 Pp.40-52.
  29. Dahida, D. Philip & Joseph Adeshola Adekeye (2015). Integrated Strategy for Rural Development in Nigeria: The Pains and Gains. GOJAMSS Journal, Vol. 8, Pp.19-29.
  30. Dahida, D. Philip (2015). The Crises of Industrialization in Africa: A Focus on Nigeria. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review, Vol. 5, No. 1 Pp.52-66.