Nwamaka Ogbonna

Nwamaka Ogbonna

Development Economist

Bio

Nwamaka is a Doctorate candidate at the University of Oxford who researches industrialisation, innovation and technology capability development. She holds degrees in Economics and Development Studies from Oxford, the London School of Economics (LSE) and the Kwame Nkrumah University (KNUST), Ghana.

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How trade policies make domestic industries uncompetitive

Economy - 07 MAR 2021

How trade policies make domestic industries uncompetitive

Rethinking Nigeria’s industrial policy—a reorientation towards competitiveness.

Buhari vs. Atiku: Economic Policies

Economy - 14 FEB 2019

Buhari vs. Atiku: Economic Policies

A look at the different economic ideologies of the two frontrunners in the upcoming elections

Why are banks not lending to agriculture?

Economy - 12 MAR 2018

Why are banks not lending to agriculture?

We discuss the importance of allocating more credit to agriculture in Nigeria.

Lessons From Nigeria's Economic Boom

Economy - 19 JUN 2017

Lessons From Nigeria's Economic Boom

Reflecting on the high-growth period of 2010-2014 shows us how to reshape Nigeria's economy.

A role for the Development Bank of Nigeria

Economy - 05 MAY 2017

A role for the Development Bank of Nigeria

With the launch of the new development bank, we examine the role of development institutions in Nigeria.