●- 2018, CSR in Developing and Emerging Markets – Innovative Public and Private Regulation Dimensions, (with Osuji, OK., Pillay, R. and Lynch-Wood, G.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
●- 2018, CSR in Developing and Emerging Markets – Institutions, Actors and Sustainable Development (with Osuji, OK. and Jamali, D) (eds), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
●- 2018, Enhancing Board Effectiveness-Institutions, Regulatory and Functional Perspectives for Developing and Emerging Markets (with Ogbechie, C and Osuji K.O and Williamson, D) (eds), Routledge, Taylor and Francis, London & New York.
● –2017, Corporate Governance in Developing and Emerging Markets, (with Osuji, K .O and Stephen, F.H) (eds), Routledge-Taylor and Francis, London & New York.
●- 2018, Insurance Penetration in Sub-Saharan Africa: Issues, Challenges and Prospects, in Wamboye, E & Tiruneh, E, A (eds), The Service Sector and Economic Development in Africa, Routledge-Taylor and Francis (with Chris Ogbechie & Oreva Agajere)
●-2018, Firm Internationalization as a Driver of Organizational Change, in Ovadje F. & Aryee S. (eds), Routledge Handbook on Organizational Change, Routledge-Taylor and Francis ( with Chris Ogbechie and Godson Ikiebey)
●-2018, Banking in Africa: Can Emerging Pan-African Banks Outcompete Their Global Rivals, in Adeleye, I & Esposito, M (eds), Africa's Competitiveness in the Global Economy, Palgrave Macmillian (with Adeleye I, Iheanachor N, Esho E, Oji C, Onaji-Benson T & Ogbechie C.)
●-2016, Addressing Climate Change Due To Emission Of Greenhouse Gases Associated With The Oil And Gas Industry: Market-Based Regulation To The Rescue', in Gonzalez-Perez, M and Liam, L. (eds) Climate Change and the 2030 Corporate Agenda for Sustainable Development, Emerald Publishing (with Enabulele, O. & Zahraa, M)
●- 2016, Introduction and Emerging Issues', in Ngwu N.F, Osuji K, O and Stephen F.H (eds), Corporate Governance in Developing and Emerging Markets, Routledge-Taylor and Francis (with Osuji, K and Stephen, F.H)
●- 2016, Origin and Development of Corporate Governance in Developing and Emerging Markets', in Ngwu N.F, Osuji K, O and Stephen F.H (eds), Corporate Governance in Developing and Emerging Markets, Routledge-Taylor and Francis
●- 2016, Corporate Governance in Developing and Emerging Markets- Way Forward', in Ngwu N.F, Osuji K, O and Stephen F.H (eds), Corporate Governance in Developing and Emerging Markets, Routledge-Taylor and Francis (with Osuji, K and Stephen, F.H)
●- 2015, 'First Bank of Nigeria: Developing and Internationalization Strategy', in Adeleye I., Ibeh K., Kinoti, A and White, L. (eds.), The Changing Dynamics of International Business in Africa, Palgrave Macmillan (with Adeleye I, Iheanachor N and Ogbechie, C)
●- 2014, 'Strengthening Africa's Financial Infrastructure: An Institutional Analysis of Formal Prudential Regulation', in Nwankwo S and Ibeh K (eds), The Routledge Companion to Business in Africa, Routledge, Taylor and Francis, London.
● –2014, 'Intra-African Regional Expansion: Rhetoric, Reality and Risks', in Nwankwo S and Ibeh K (eds), The Routledge Companion to Business in Africa, Routledge, Taylor and Francis, London (with Adeleye, 1 and Ogbechie, C)
●- 2017, Securitisation in BRICS: Issues, Challenges and Prospects. Research in International Business and Finance, 42, 1219–1227, (With Bavoso V & Chen Z)
●-2017, Analysis of Government Policies, Institutions, and Inward Foreign Direct Investment: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa., Thunderbird International Business Review, 1-12 (with Emudainohwo, O.B., Boateng, A & Brahma, S.)
●-2017, The Influence of Internal Corporate Governance Mechanisms on Capital Structure Decisions of Chinese Listed Firms. Review of Accounting and Finance (with Boateng, A., Cai, H., Borgia, D., & Bi, X.,)
●- 2016, Overhauling the Institutional Structure of Bank Regulation in Nigeria: The Unfinished Reform, Journal of Banking Regulation (with Akinbami F), 10, 1-21 (ABS 2).
●-2016, Regulation of Securitisation in China: Lessons from the US, Research in International Business & Finance (with Chen Zheyang), 37, 477-488 (ABS 2)
●- 2015, 'Promoting Formal Financial Inclusion in Africa: An Institutional Re-examination of the Policies with a Case Study of Nigeria', Journal of Banking Regulation, 16, 306-325 (ABS 2)
● -2014, Anglo-American Model and Corporate Governance Failures in Nigeria: Beyond Neo-liberal Explanation with a focus on the Banking Sector, International Company and Commercial Law Review, 10-343-355.
●-Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing Countries: Capability and Development Substructure: Target- Journal of Business Ethics (with Osuji, O and Ogbechi, C. (ABS 3)
●- The Nexus of HR and Risk Management of Firms: Target- Human Resource Journal
●- Asymmetric Information, Retail Credit Risk Management and Developing Economies, Target- Journal of Operational Risk
●- 'Growing Cross-Border Banking in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Need for a Regional Centralised Regulatory Authority- Journal of Banking Regulation
●- Earnings transparency, Debt financing and Interest rate marketization in China- target – Target- International Journal of Accounting (with Boateng, A) (ABS 3)
●- Promoting Inter-Regional Trade: What is Africa's Comparative Advantage, target- Thunderbird International Business Review (ABS 2)
●- Financial Crisis and Failures in Operational Risk: A further Examination, Journal of Operational Risk (ABS 2)
●-Operational Risk Management in Emerging Markets Banks: A Critical Examination, target- Journal of Operational Risk (ABS 2)
●- 2017, 'Growing Cross-Border Banking in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Need for a Regional Centralised Regulatory Authority,' presented at the British Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference of the Northern Area Group, 14-15th September, 2017, Bangor Business School, Bangor, North Wales, UK.
●- 2017, 'Asymmetric Information, Retail Credit Risk Management and Developing Economies', presented at the British Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference of the Northern Area Group, 14-15th September, 2017, Bangor Business School, Bangor, North Wales, UK.
●-2016, 'Securitisation in BRICS: Issues, Challenges and Prospects', presented at the 7th International Research Meeting in Business and Management (IRBAM), 11-12th July 2016, IPAG Business School, Nice, France.
●- 2016, 'The Internationalization of African Banks: Lessons and Policy Implications from Ecobank's Pan African Expansion', presented at the Academy of International Business Sub-Saharan Africa Chapter Annual Conference, Lagos Business School, Lagos, Nigeria
●-2016-The Financial Crisis and the failure of external regulators, presented at the Principles of Accountable Policing Workshops, 11-12th Feb.2016, University of Stratclyde, Scotland, organized by Scottish Universities Insight Institute and The Scottish Institute for Policing Research
●-2015,'Promoting Intra-African Trade: A Sociological Inquiry', presented at the 2015 Academy of International Business, Sub-Saharan African Chapter, 26-28th August, Johannesburg, South Africa.
●- 2015,' Institutional Determinants and Inward FDI: Evidence from Nigeria', presented at the 2015 Academy of International Business, Sub-Saharan African Chapter, 26-28th August, Johannesburg, South Africa (with Emudainohwo, O., Boateng, A., and Brahma, S)
●- 2014, First Bank of Nigeria: Developing an Internationalization Strategy: presented at the Academy of International Business, Sub-Saharan Africa Chapter Conference, August 2014, Nairobi, Kenya.
●- 2014, 'Sustainable Banking Model for African Economies', 4th Africa CEO Roundtable & Conference on Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility(AR-CSR), June 19-21, Calabar, Nigeria.
●- 2014, Global Aspirations and Strategies of Emerging Multi Africans: The Case of Ecobank', presented at the Academy of International Business, US Southwest Chapter Conference, Dallas, Texas, 11th-15th March, 2014.
●- 2014, 'Exploring Intra-Regional Expansion Opportunities and Liabilities of African Firms', Presented at the 2nd Biennial Conference of African Academy of Management, University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana, Jan 8-11, 20014.
●- 2013, 'Unlocking Finance for Entrepreneurial Growth in Africa: An Institutional Examination of Challenges and Possible Solutions', Presented at the 3rd International Conference on Management in Africa, University of Manchester, 5th -7th Sept. 2013.
●- 2012, 'Are the Tax Payers Getting Value for their Money: A Regulatory Impact Assessment of the Banking Sector, Paper presented at the European School on New Institutional Economics, Cargese, France, 21st May- 26th May, 2012.
●- 2011, 'Re-examining the effectiveness of Financial Prudential Regulation: Any Role for Informal Laws (Social Norms), Paper presented at the PGR Conference, University of Manchester, 14th Oct.2011.
Non- Academic Publications
● – The Untapped Solution to Our Economic Crisis Part 1, The Guardian Newspaper, http://guardian.ng/opinion/the-untapped-solution-to-our-economic-crisis-part-1/ 13th April, 2016.
● –The Untapped Solution to Our Economic Crisis Part 2, The Guardian Newspaper, http://guardian.ng/opinion/the-untapped-solution-to-our-economic-crisis-2/, 14th April 2016
● - Restructuring the Legal System: National Conference Most Fundamental Issue, Thisday Newspaper, http://www.thisdaylive.com/articles/restructuring-the-legal-system-national-conference-most-fundamental-issue/171474/
● Overcoming 'Incurable Bank Charges in Nigeria- the UK Example, The Guardian Newspapers, http://allafrica.com/stories/201409221896.html
● How We Can Truly Immortalise Dr Adadevoh, Others, Vanguard Newspaper , http://www.vanguardngr.com/2014/09/can-truly-immortalise-dr-adadevoh-others/
● How To 'Post' in One Million Jobs in One Year, The Guardian Newspaper, http://theguardianmobile.com/readNewsItem1.php?nid=38841
● Creating 2m Jobs Every Year (1), The Guardian Newspaper, http://www.ngrguardiannews.com/2015/02/creating-2m-jobs-every-year-1/
● National Identity Card and the Other Side of Financial Inclusion, The Guardian Newspaper, http://allafrica.com/stories/201410201986.html
● How Nigerian Banks Waste N500bn Annual Trade Opportunity in UK, The Guardian Newspapers, ngrguardiannews.com
● Why Nigeria Can't Attain MDGs by 2015, The Guardian Newspapers, http://allafrica.com/stories/201412292710.html