|Region of Study||Africa|
|Primary Country of Residence||United States of America|
|Affiliation||Barnard College, Columbia University|
Department of Economics
Barnard Hall, 239 LeFrak
New York, NY 10027
|Phone / Fax Number(s)||(212) 854-8952|
|Countries Of Specialization||Nigeria|
Doctor of Philosophy in Sustainable Development, Columbia University, 2015
Master of Arts in Sustainable Development, Columbia University, October 2013
Bachelor of Arts in Economics/Philosophy, Columbia University, May 2010
Research on the role of geography and institutions in determining valuation of energy, infrastructure and natural resources for sustainable development.
Research examining the relationship between infrastructure access and institutions in pre-colonial Africa and its implications for contemporary African development.
Ph.D. thesis: Essays on the Impacts of Geography and Institutions on Access to Energy and Public Infrastructure Services. Columbia University, 2015.
|Teaching Interests||2016-2017: “Logic and Limits of Economic Justice” ; “Theoretical Foundations of Political Economy” ; “Environmental and Natural Resource Economics”|
2017. With Francis Annan.
"The impact of disease, gender, and disability on children and households: disease and gender gaps in human capital investment:
evidence from Niger’s 1986 meningitis epidemic," American economic review: papers & proceedings. 107 (5): 530-535.
2016. "Historical origins of persistent inequality in Nigeria." December 2016. WIDER working paper; no. 161/2016.
Helsinki, Finland: United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research, 2016.
2015. With Vijay Modi & Shaky Sherpa
"Geography of infrastructure functionality at schools in Nigeria: evidence from spatial data analysis across local government areas,"
Papers in applied geography. 1(2): 176-183.
|Keywords||precolonial Africa, Energy, Infrastructure access, natural resources, Nigeria, spatial|