Mma Amara Ekeruche

Mma Amara Ekeruche

Research Associate

Bio

Amara works as a Research Associate at the Centre for the Study of the Economies of Africa (CSEA). She holds a BA (first class) in Economics from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana and an MSc in Economic Policy from University College London.

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Achieving Inclusive Growth in Nigeria

COLUMNS - 05 AUG 2019

Achieving Inclusive Growth in Nigeria

A review of the capacity of the manufacturing and mining sectors to deliver shared prosperity

Public Private Partnerships: in the absence of infrastructure

ECONOMY - 19 APR 2019

Public Private Partnerships: in the absence of infrastructure

An examination of the factors that hinder Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Infrastructure in Nigeria

Nigerians are educated and jobless

ECONOMY - 08 FEB 2019

Nigerians are educated and jobless

A look at the trends and drivers of unemployment among educated Nigerians

China and Nigeria: Loans or Economic Colonialism?

ECONOMY - 26 OCT 2018

China and Nigeria: Loans or Economic Colonialism?

Taking a look at China and Nigeria's economic relationship

A Naira saved is worth two Naira earned

ECONOMY - 09 AUG 2018

A Naira saved is worth two Naira earned

Nigeria needs to save more for it to develop as it wants to.

To Trade with our Brothers or Not

ECONOMY - 07 MAY 2018

To Trade with our Brothers or Not

Nigeria refused to sign the the Continental Free Trade Area agreement. Does this matter?

The Rise, Fall and Rise of the Anchor Borrowers Program

ECONOMY - 08 MAR 2018

The Rise, Fall and Rise of the Anchor Borrowers Program

The Anchor Borrowers' Program stands as a success story of microfinance. Is this the whole truth?

Why All the Borrowing?

ECONOMY - 29 JAN 2018

Why All the Borrowing?

Why Nigeria's debt should raise concerns for the everyday Nigerian.

Inequality in Nigeria is worse than it looks

ECONOMY - 20 DEC 2017

Inequality in Nigeria is worse than it looks

A look at the causes, dimensions, and solutions to the persistent and widening inequality in Nigeria