Ebehi Iyoha

Ebehi Iyoha

PhD Candidate in Economics

Bio

Ebehi is an avid reader seeking insights in unexpected places. Her research interests include economic development, political economy and trade.

  • Alma Mater: Loyola Marymount University, Vanderbilt University
  • Email: [email protected]

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Should the Petroleum Equalisation Fund Exist?

COLUMNS - 03 AUG 2017

Should the Petroleum Equalisation Fund Exist?

The PIGB makes some changes to the PEF, but does it go far enough? And should the Fund still exist?

Does The Petroleum Equalisation Fund Work?

COLUMNS - 27 JUL 2017

Does The Petroleum Equalisation Fund Work?

The Petroleum Equalisation Fund may be the last fuel subsidy standing, but is it worth keeping?

Nigerian Free Trade Zones: As Simple as SEZ

COLUMNS - 22 JUN 2017

Nigerian Free Trade Zones: As Simple as SEZ

What are Special Economic Zones and why have they struggled to succeed in Nigeria?

Betting on Ponzis in Nigeria

COLUMNS - 17 MAR 2017

Betting on Ponzis in Nigeria

Why are Nigerians still willing to participate in Ponzi schemes?

Nigeria's ID (Cards) and Ego: II

COLUMNS - 09 FEB 2017

Nigeria's ID (Cards) and Ego: II

Do Nigerians actually need a unique National ID?

Nigeria's ID (Cards) and Ego: I

COLUMNS - 08 FEB 2017

Nigeria's ID (Cards) and Ego: I

Why is Nigeria obsessed with biometric data and multiple identification?

Spotlight on Solar

COLUMNS - 13 JAN 2017

Spotlight on Solar

Solar power seems like a logical solution to our power problems but we need to adjust our expectations.

Missing the Forest for the Trees

COLUMNS - 06 JAN 2017

Missing the Forest for the Trees

The ban on mini-generators highlights deeper issues with Nigeria's environmental policy.

Not Playing by the Book

COLUMNS - 06 JAN 2017

Not Playing by the Book

The Nigerian publishing industry is far from traditional, but it doesn't need to be.

The Textile Revival: Buhari's Turn in the Ring

COLUMNS - 18 NOV 2015

The Textile Revival: Buhari's Turn in the Ring

Nigeria's textile industry needs more than a stitch this time

99 Health Problems (But Polio Isn't One)

COLUMNS - 14 OCT 2015

99 Health Problems (But Polio Isn't One)

A polio-free Nigeria is a commendable goal, but should it be a priority?

Political Superwomen (Part 2)

COLUMNS - 21 SEP 2015

Political Superwomen (Part 2)

Why are we all better off with women at the helm.

Political Superwomen (Part 1)

COLUMNS - 31 AUG 2015

Political Superwomen (Part 1)

Can Buhari's government balance Nigeria's gender equation?

Banking on MSMEs

COLUMNS - 17 AUG 2015

Banking on MSMEs

The Development Bank of Nigeria must avoid the pitfalls that entrap other micro-finance institutions.

Free Money for the Poor

COLUMNS - 07 AUG 2015

Free Money for the Poor

Analysing the feasibility and potential impact of the flagship N5000 scheme of the Buhari administration.

Social Banking: Cashing out on Facebook Accounts

COLUMNS - 03 AUG 2015

Social Banking: Cashing out on Facebook Accounts

Nigerian banks are embracing the use of social banking, will it usurp traditional banking anytime soon?

The Nigerian Senate v. Sex Offenders

COLUMNS - 30 JUL 2015

The Nigerian Senate v. Sex Offenders

The Sexual Offences Bill 2015 has brought usual controversy, yet it articulates some vital points.

Nine New Universities - A Drop in the Bucket?

COLUMNS - 28 JUL 2015

Nine New Universities - A Drop in the Bucket?

Analysing the state of tertiary education in Nigeria.

PayTV, Mobile Networks, Shopping and Xenophobia

COLUMNS - 28 JUL 2015

PayTV, Mobile Networks, Shopping and Xenophobia

The Nigeria - South Africa diplomatic relationship hit a recent nadir, how will SA multinationals fair?