Mma Amara Ekeruche

Mma is a Research Associate at CSEA. She holds a Masters in Economic Policy from University College London (UCL), United Kingdom and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana. Her research interests cuts across Energy, Development Economics, and Macroeconomic and Fiscal Management.

Works by this author

The Role of Social Influence in Enforcing Tax Compliance: Experimental Evidence from Nigeria

Lessons for Macroeconomic Policy from Nigeria and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Estimating the Economic impact of Chinese BRI Investment in Africa

Illicit Tobacco in Nigeria

Agenda for Sustainable Economic Transformation Post-COVID-19 in Nigeria

COVID-19 in Africa: The Implications for Macroeconomic and Socioeconomic Dimensions

Will Nigeria's Liquidity Shortage Morph into a Solvency Crisis?

Drivers of Disparity: How Policy Responses to COVID-19 can Increase Inequalities

Is Nigeria on Track to Achieving Quality Education for All? Drivers and Implications

The case for debt relief in Africa amid COVID-19

Managing Africa's Rising Debt: Time for a Multi-pronged Approach

Africa's Rising Debt: Implications for Development Financing and a Sustainable Debt Management Approach