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Omoregie, K. & Kelikume, I. (2017).  Executive Compensation and Banking Sector Performance: Evidence from Nigeria.   Journal of Developing Areas.

Kelikume, I. (2016).  Exchange Rate Volatility and Firm Performance in Nigeria: A Dynamic Panel Aggression Approach.   Journal of Developing Areas, 50 (6).

Kelikume, I. (2016).  The Effect of Budget Deficit on Interest Rates in the Countries of Sub-Saharan African: A Panel Var Approach.   Journal of Developing Areas, 50 (6).

Omoregie, K. & Kelikume, I. (in press, 2016).  Dynamic Interaction Between Savings, Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Vector Autoregressive (Var) Approach.   Journal of Developing Areas.

Kelikume, I. (2016).  New Evidence from the Efficient Market Hypothesis for the Nigerian Stock Index Using the Wavelet Unit Root Test Approach.   Journal of Developing Areas.

Osa-Afiana, L. O. & Kelikume, I. (2016).  The Impact of Banking Sector Reforms and Credit Supply on Agricultural Sector: Evidence from Nigeria.   Journal of Developing Areas.

Kelikume, I., Alabi, F. A., & Ike-Anikwe, R. C. (in press, 2015).  An Empirical Analysis of Monetary Policy Reaction Function: Evidence from Nigeria.   International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Kelikume, I. & Evans, O. (in press, 2015).  Inflation Targeting as a Possible Monetary Framework for Nigeria.   International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Kelikume, I. (in press, 2015).  Interest Rate and Credit Sensitivity of Sectoral Output in Nigeria.   International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Kelikume, I. (in press, 2014).  Interest Rate Channel of Monetary Transmission Mechanism: Evidence from Nigeria.   International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Kelikume, I. (2013).  Dynamic Behavior of Inflation in Nigeria: A P-Star Approach.   Journal of Applied Business and Economics.

Kelikume, I. (2013).  Effects of the Monetary Policy Rate on Interest Rates in Nigeria.   International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Kelikume, I. & Salami, A. (2013).  Time Series Modeling and Forecasting Inflation: Evidence from Nigeria.   International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2012).  Is Inflation Everywhere a Monetary phenomenon? The case of Nigeria.   Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Akinbuli, F. S. & Kelikume, I. (2012).  The Effects of Mergers and Acquisition on Corporate Growth and Profitability.   Journal of Business and Finance Research.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2011).  Empirical Analysis of the Linkages between the Manufacturing and other Sectors of the Nigerian Economy.   International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, Transaction: Ecology and the Environment.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2010).  An Estimate of Inflation Threshold for Nigeria.   International Review of Business Research Papers, 6 (5), 375-385.

Okafor, C., Kelikume, I., & Umoren, A. O. (2010).  The Effect of Capital Adequacy on Banks' Performance: Evidence from Nigeria.   Journal of Business Research


Conference Papers

David-West, O. O., Ihenachor, N., & Kelikume, I. (2017). A Resource-Based View of Digital Financial Services (DFS): An Exploratory Study of Nigerian Providers.   Global Innovation and Knowledge Academy 2017, Lisbon, Portugal.

Kelikume, I. & Muritala, O. (2016). The Impact of Oil Prices on African Stock Markets: Evidence from Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, Egypt and Tunisia.   Academy of International Business Sub-Saharan Africa Chapter Annual Conference, Lagos, Nigeria.

Anetor, F. O., Ogbechie, C. I., Kelikume, I., & Ikpesu, F. (in press, 2016).  Credit Supply and Agricultural Production in Nigeria: A Vector Autoregressive (VAR) Approach.   Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development (E).

Kelikume, I. (2016).  Do Exchange Rate and Oil Price Shocks have Asymmetric Effect on Inflation? Evidence from Nigeria.   International Conference for Bankers and Academics 2016, 10. 

Omoregie, O. K. & Kelikume, I. (2016).  Executive Compensation and Banking Sector Performance: Evidence from Nigeria.   International Conference for Bankers and Academics 2016, 12. 

Omoregie, K. & Kelikume, I. (2016). Dynamic Interaction Between Savings, Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Vector Autoregressive (Var) Approach.   International Conference for Bankers and Academics, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Kelikume, I. (2016, April). Exchange Rate Volatility and Firm Performance in Nigeria: A Dynamic Panel Regression Approach.   Australia-Middle East Conference on Business and Social Sciences 2016, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Kelikume, I. (2016, April). The Effect of Budget Deficit on Interest Rates in Sub-Saharan Africa Countries: A Panel Var Approach.   Australia-Middle East Conference on Business and Social Sciences 2016, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Kelikume, I. (2015, November). New Evidence from the Efficient Market Hypothesis for the Nigerian Stock Index Using the Wavelet Unit Root Test Approach.   Asia Pacific Conference on Business and Social Sciences 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Kelikume, I. (2014, October). An Empirical Analysis of Monetary Policy Reaction Function: Evidence from Nigeria.   Global Conference on Business and Finance, Las Vegas, United States of America.

Kelikume, I. (2014, October). Inflation Targeting as a Possible Monetary Framework for Nigeria.   Global Conference on Business and Finance, Las Vegas, United States of America.

Kelikume, I. (2014, January). An Empirical Assessment of the Interest Rate Channel of Monetary Transmission Mechanism in Nigeria.   Institute for Business and Finance Research, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Kelikume, I. (2014, January). Interest Rate and Credit Sensitivity of Sectoral Output in Nigeria.   Institute for Business and Finance Research, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Kelikume, I. (2013). Effects of Monetary Policy Rate on Interest Rates in Nigeria.   Global Conference on Business and Finance, Las Vegas, United States of America.

Kelikume, I. (2013). Modeling and Forecasting Inflation with ARIMA and VAR: The case of Nigeria.   Global Conference on Business and Finance, Las Vegas, United States of America.

Kelikume, I. (2013, January). Exchange Rate, Interest Rate and Business Cycles in Nigeria.   Institute for Business and Finance Research, Puntarenas, Costa Rica.

Kelikume, I. (2013, January). Dynamic behavior of inflation in Nigeria: A P-star approach.   Institute for Business and Finance Research, Puntarenas, Costa Rica.

Kelikume, G. & Kelikume, I. (2012). Human Capital Investment, Labour Efficiency and Economic Growth.   International Conference on Energy and Infrastructure, Gujarat, India.

Kelikume, I. & Salami, A. (2012). Exchange Rate Volatility and Corporate performance in Nigeria: A Panel Regression Approach.   Global Conference on Business and Finance, Honolulu, United States of America.

Kelikume, G. & Kelikume, I. (2012).  Human Capital Investment, Labour Efficiency and Economic Growth.   International Conference on Energy and Infrastructure

Kelikume, I. & Salami, D. (2012).  Exchange Rate Volatility and Corporate performance in Nigeria: A Panel Regression Approach.   Global Conference on Business and Finance.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2012). Is Inflation Always and Everywhere a Monetary Phenomenon? The Case of Nigeria.   Global Conference on Business and Finance, San Jose, Costa Rica.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2011). Effects of Changes in Macroeconomic Aggregates on Corporate Performance in Nigeria.   African Academy of Management (AFAM), San Antonio, United States of America.

Salami, D. & Kelikume, I. (2011).  The Service Sector Linkage and Challenges in Nigeria.   12th International Research Symposium on Service Excellence in Management.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2011). Empirical Analysis of the Linkage between the Manufacturing and Other Sectors of the Nigerian Economy.   2011 Wessex Institute of Technology (WIT) Sustainable Development and Planning Conference, Southampton, United States of America.

Salami, A. & Kelikume, I. (2011). The Service Sector Linkage and Challenges in Nigeria.   12th International Research Symposium on Service Excellence in Management, New York, United States of America.

Salami, D. & Kelikume, I. (2011).  Empirical Analysis of the Linkage between the Manufacturing and Other Sectors of the Nigerian Economy.   2011 Wessex Institute of Technology (WIT) Sustainable Development and Planning Conference

Kelikume, I. & Agbontaen, O. (2010). The Determinants of Capital Inflows in Nigeria: A Cointegration Vector Autoregression Approach.   The Second Research Conference on Empirical Issues in International Trade and Finance, New Delhi, India.

Salami, D. & Kelikume, I. (2010). International Capital Flows, Global Financial Crisis and Trade Openness in Nigeria.   The Second Research Conference on Empirical Issues in International Trade and Finance, New Delhi, India. 

Salami, D. & Kelikume, I. (2010).  An Estimation of Inflation Threshold for Nigeria 1970-2008.   International Business Research Conference


Book

Anyiwe, M. A. & Kelikume, I. (2006).  Applied Statistics in Social Sciences. BeninCity:  Ethiope Publishing Corporation.


Working Papers

Kelikume, I. (2015). "Dynamics of Business Cycles: Dating, Characterization and Determinants of Business Cycles," targeted for Journal of Developing Areas.

Kelikume, I. (2015). "An Evaluation of the Role of Time Preference in the Structure of Production in Nigeria," targeted for Journal of Economics & Development Studies.

Kelikume, I. (2015). "Inflation Target as a Possible Monetary Framework for Nigeria," targeted for Global Conference on Business and Finance Las Vegas USA.

Kelikume, I. (2015). "Firm Pricing Strategy."

Kelikume, I. (2015). "Corporate Performance and Macroeconomic Risk Management in Nigeria."

Kelikume, I. (2015). "Waste Disposal and Collection System in Lagos State."

Kelikume, I. (2015). "Doctoral Dissertation Presentation & Defense."

Kelikume, I. (2015). "XXX," targeted for Global Conference on Business and finance Costa Rica. Central America.

Kelikume, I. (2015). "An Empirical Analysis of Monetary Policy Reaction Function: Evidence from Nigeria," targeted for Global Conference on Business and Finance Las Vegas USA.​

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