Emmanuel Ani


Emmanuel Chukwunonyem Ani (Ph.D) is a Research Fellow with the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs since September, 2008. He attended University of Benin (1984-1988) where he graduated with B.ED (Hons) Economics; University of Nigeria, Nsukka (1995-2006) where he obtained M.SC and Ph.D in Economics. Before going for the M.SC and Ph.D Programs, he attended University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus between 1992 and 1993 where he obtained PGD Banking and Finance. His area of specialization is in International Economics. Before joining NIIA in 2008, he was a Lecturer at Adamawa State University, Mubi, Adamawa State, Nigeria, where he lectured courses on both International and Macroeconomics.  He has published widely on topics relating to the area of International Economics. His publications include;

  1. Ani, E. C. (2011) “China-Africa and The Global Political Economy: A Tool for Political Economic Diplomacy and Investment.” Journal of Global Review of Business and Economic Research. Serial Publications Vol. 7 No 2.  PP 135-140
  2. -------(2010) “ National and Sub-regional Trade and Nigeria’s Vision 20.20.20.” Nigerian Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 36 No 1. PP 45-60
  3. --------(2007) “Post Colonial Attachment and Economic Imperialism: Cause of Low Level Trade in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).” Adamawa Business Journal Vol. 2 No.1. January, PP118-125