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Homepage:https://sweetdavo.weebly.com/
Phone:+2347068980992
Postal address:okorie.davidiheke@gmail.com
Workplace:Center for the Study of the Economies of Africa (CSEA), (more information at EDIRC)
Department of Economics, University of Nigeria Nsukka, (more information at EDIRC)
China Institute for Studies in Energy Policy, Xiamen University, (more information at EDIRC)
School of Economics, Xiamen University, (more information at EDIRC)

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Journal Articles

2024

  1. Global shocks and fiscal stimulus: a tale of an oil-dependent-exporting country
    Financial Innovation, 2024, 10, (1), 1-37 Downloads
  2. NFTs versus conventional cryptocurrencies: A comparative analysis of market efficiency around COVID-19 and the Russia-Ukraine conflict
    The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 2024, 95, (C), 126-151 Downloads

2023

  1. Climate agreements and carbon intensity: Towards increased production efficiency and technical progress?
    Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 2023, 66, (C), 300-313 Downloads
  2. Cryptocurrency spectrum and 2020 pandemic: Contagion analysis
    International Review of Economics & Finance, 2023, 84, (C), 29-38 Downloads
  3. Implications of Growing Wind and Solar Penetration in Retail Electricity Markets with Gradual Demand Response
    Energies, 2023, 16, (23), 1-15 Downloads View citations (1)

2022

  1. Association of energy poverty and catastrophic health expenditure
    Energy, 2022, 253, (C) Downloads View citations (1)
  2. Crude oil market and Nigerian stocks: An asymmetric information spillover approach
    International Journal of Finance & Economics, 2022, 27, (4), 4002-4017 Downloads View citations (2)
  3. Givers never lack: Nigerian oil & gas asymmetric network analyses
    Energy Economics, 2022, 108, (C) Downloads View citations (4)

2021

  1. A network analysis of electricity demand and the cryptocurrency markets
    International Journal of Finance & Economics, 2021, 26, (2), 3093-3108 Downloads View citations (8)
  2. Adaptive market hypothesis: The story of the stock markets and COVID-19 pandemic
    The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 2021, 57, (C) Downloads View citations (16)
  3. Roles of commodity futures derivatives and financial crises in global food security
    Economic and Political Studies, 2021, 9, (3), 336-357 Downloads View citations (3)
  4. Stock markets and the COVID-19 fractal contagion effects
    Finance Research Letters, 2021, 38, (C) Downloads View citations (71)

2020

  1. Correction to: Could stock hedge Bitcoin risk(s) and vice versa?
    Digital Finance, 2020, 2, (1), 137-142 Downloads View citations (5)
  2. Could stock hedge Bitcoin risk(s) and vice versa?
    Digital Finance, 2020, 2, (1), 117-136 Downloads View citations (8)
  3. Crude oil price and cryptocurrencies: Evidence of volatility connectedness and hedging strategy
    Energy Economics, 2020, 87, (C) Downloads View citations (66)
  4. Did China’s ICO ban alter the Bitcoin market?
    International Review of Economics & Finance, 2020, 69, (C), 977-993 Downloads View citations (4)

2019

  1. The Choice of Wage Rate and Incentive for Labour Productivity Maximization
    The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 2019, 62, (2), 279-290 Downloads View citations (1)

2017

  1. Risks, Bad News, and Good News of Exchange Rate Volatility and National Elections in Nigeria: (Empirical Evidence via Threshold GARCH and GARCH-inmean Methodologies)
    International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 2017, 7, (3), 298-309 Downloads View citations (3)
  2. Testing the Existence of Cobb-Douglas and CES Production Functions in Nigeria
    International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 2017, 7, (3), 270-297 Downloads View citations (1)

2016

  1. Relative Maxima of the Public Sector: A Comparative Study of Nigeria and Ghana
    International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 2016, 6, (11), 575-589 Downloads View citations (1)
 
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