Prof. Christopher Chiedozie Eze

LLB;BL.,M Sc., PhD.

Prof. Christopher Chiedozie Eze

Christopher C Eze

Professor
B. Agric (Hons), M.Sc, Ph.D (UNN), L.L.B, B.L, Dip. in SMEs
Email: chiedozie.eze@futo.edu.ng

Brief Biography

A native of Elugwu – Umuchienta Autonomous Community (formerly a part of Nkwumeato Community) in Ihitte/Uboma Local Government Area of Imo State, Christopher Chiedozie Eze was born on the 26thof February, 1961 to the family of Late Chief Godwin Uwalaka Eze and Lolo Ezinne Christiana Egoigwe Eze (nee Keke).Young Christopher was born in Kano, at a time when his father was serving there as a staff of the Nigerian Railway Corporation, prior to his retirement and home ward relocation in 1966. Christopher had his early education at the community primary school Atonerim Ihitte(1970-75) followed by a secondary training at Boys’ High School Ihitte in Ihitte Uboma(1975-1980).

Following his secondary education, Christopher Eze secured admission to the University of Nigeria Nsukka in 1981 to read Agricultural Economics. He pursued his studies with diligence between 1981 and 1986, and graduated Bachelor of Agricultural Economics (with Second Class Honours) in 1986. He proceeded for his National Youths Service in Benin City (1986/87) and soon returned to the University of Nigeria in 1989 for postgraduate studies – he trained between 1989 and 1991 for M.Sc in Agricultural Economics, and from 1991-1996 to bag a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics (1996), based on a major thesis on “Community Development Associations and fund Mobilization for Rural Development Projects in Imo State, Nigeria”. He worked briefly in his Department as an Assistant Lecturer in 992 having graduated as the best graduating student in 1990/1991 academic session.

Christopher Chiedozie Eze’s substantive work experience commenced in 1992 with an appointment as a Senior Training Officer under the National Board for Community Banks, under the presidency. He served in this capacity up till 1999 when he was promoted to   Training Officer  involved in capacity building functions for the chain of Community Banks in the Eastern Zonal Area. However, by 2002, Dr. Christopher Eze sought and secured a teaching Appointment with the Federal University of Technology Owerri. He was appointed a Lecturer I in the Department of Agricultural Economics, School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology. He taught several courses, ranging from Introduction to Microeconomics and Macroeconomic Theory, to Agricultural Projects Analysis and Evaluation, Advanced  Macro & Microeconomics Theory; Agribusiness , finance and management  and Agricultural Finance and Rural Development, Advanced Environmental Economics ,  to mention just a few. Over the years also he has supervised scores of undergraduate and postgraduate students; and served as Team Leader for some major Research Projects, including especially works on “Cassava Post-Harvest Needs Assessment surveys for Ebonyi State, Enugu State, and Anambra State respectively. And the competitiveness of high quality cassava flour survey in South East, Nigeria (2015).

Based on his extensive research contributions, Christopher Eze has published numerous Scientific Articles in local and International Journals. Among other things he has to his credit over ninety Journal Articles in peer- reviewed Journals; plus about four  Technical Reports and an extensive profile of Papers presented at various Conferences and Workshops locally and overseas. As should be expected, his teaching experience, research works and publications earned for him some due recognition and steady career progression, from the rank of Lecturer I (2002-2005) to Senior Lecturer (2005 – 2008), Reader/Associate Professor (2008 -2011) and ultimately to the status of a full- fledged Professor of Agricultural Economics in FUTO in 2011. He was the 24th Inaugural Lecturer in FUTO. He has a book to his credit entitled Dynamics of Agribusiness, Finance and Farm Assets planning published in 2016 , Agribusiness Management 2018.

Professor Christopher Eze has served in various Administrative and Management positions in the University system over the past years. These include his services as:-

  • Chairman SAAT Seminars and Workshops Committee                     (2002
  • Chairman SAAT Committee on University Farm Project                  (2007)
  • Associate Dean, Postgraduate School, FUTO,                                   (2008- 2011)
  • Chairman, PGS Curriculum Review Committee                                (2009)
  • Head, Department of Agricultural Economics, SAAT,                      (2012-2015
  • Member, Unified Cadre Appraisals Committee, FUTO                     (2012)
  • Chairman University Protocol Committee                                          (2012 -2015)
  • Chairman, University Ceremonials Committee                                  (2016- – date)
  • Director, Centre for Entrepreneurship                                               2017
  • Member, 11TH Governing Council of FUTO                                      2017
  • Member 6th Governing Board of NCCE                                           2017

Professor C.C. Eze has also served as Specialist Consultant and Team Leader for various Agricultural Projects sponsored by the Imo State Government (2003-2005), the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture (2004), The World Bank/FGN/ADB Project and the United Nations Development Program (2006 – 2007) and as Team Member of a USA1D/IFPRI Global Food Security Response Project (2000). In addition. Christopher C. Eze served as a Visiting/Adjunct Professor at Imo State University, Owerri (2008/2009), UNN his Alma Mater, (2013/2015) Kogi State University,(2012), Ghent University Belgium (2010).

A devoted Economist, with outstanding Social Inclinations, Christopher Eze is gifted with the unique attributes of boundless resourcefulness, and an enthusiastic zeal for knowledge, justice and fair play. No wonder he found time, inspite of his very busy schedules, to read Law; and between 1999 and 2008 he had bagged the twin qualifications of LL.B (University of Nigeria, Nsukka) and B.L. (Nigerian Law School). Furthermore, he has earned some due recognitions, research fellowships and awards from the following, during the past few years:-

  • German Support for Africa, International Award on  Ecology  (2008)
  • European-Commission -Erasmus Mundus fellowship in Agriculture and Rural Development (2009).
  • Agricultural Economics Society, U.K. Research Award (2010).
  • Associate Fellow of the African Heritage Institution, Nigeria (2011)
  • Expert Consultancy assignments on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Management and Development Projects in various States of Nigeria (2012-2015)
  • Jerusalem pilgrim
  • Research grant by FUTO and TETFUND research grant 2015/2016 .
  • Member , Technical Brainstorm session on knowledge management and Theory of Change for food security on the UNDP /Global Environment Facility Project entitled Fostering Sustainability and Resilience for Food security in Sudan Sahel Nigeria 2016
  • FELLOW NIGERIAN ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMISTS (2016) and vice president 1 of the Association
  • Grant for text book publication by TETfund 2018- Agribusiness Management

Professor Christopher Chiedozie Eze is a committed and a devout Christian. He is happily married and the marriage is blessed with children.

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Academic and Professional Qualifications

PeriodInstitutionDegree Obtained
Oct., 2013Galilee International Management Institute, Mizra IsraelDiploma certificate in SMEs Management and Development
2007 – 2008Nigerian Law School  AbujaB.L (Barrister at law)
1999 – 2006University of Nigeria, Enugu CampusL.L. B.
1991 – 1996University of Nigeria, Nsukka CampusPh. D Agricultural Economics
1989 – 1991University of Nigeria, Nsukka CampusM Sc. Agricultural Economics
1981 – 1986University of Nigeria, Nsukka CampusBachelor of Agriculture (Agricultural Economics)
1975 – 1980Boys High School Ihitte, Ihitte Uboma L.G.A. Imo State, NigeriaWASC, Division 1
1970 – 1975Community School Atonaerim – IhitteFirst School Leaving Certificate (Credit Level)

 

Professional Certificate Courses Attended

DateInstitution | Course LocationName of Course
10th – 17thJune 1993Organized   by Afribank PLC at Modotels, Owerri, Imo stateBank  Lending  and Credit Administration Course  for Community  Banks
14th – 15thJuly 1993Research Group on Local Institutions in Nigeria. Benue Hotels, Markudi, Benue stateNational Workshop on Impact of Community Banks on Investment Patterns at the Local Level
8th-12th April, 1991UNN/DAE – Kul/C.I.E. Linkage projectWater Resources Development for Domestic use and small  – scale Irrigation schemes in south  Eastern Nigeria
8th Nov. 1995National Board for Community Banks and Business Investors Ltd, Enugu state, NigeriaShare Registration Workshop
12th – 16th

May 1997

AFRACA / NBCB International workshop   on Community Banks and Self Help Linkage Train – the trainerAFRACA / NBCB International workshop   on Community Banks and Self Help Linkage Train – the trainer
2003IITA, Ibadan, Oyo state, NigeriaIITA Cassava Project Nigeria: Invitation to Training on Baseline Survey
2004World Bank Country Office, NigeriaCommunity driven development approach in project planning and implementation
2006AFRIHUB UNN, Anambra State, NigeriaTraining in Computer Skills Acquisition- Word processing, excel and lotus (spreadsheet), power point, Project management tools (SAP), COSTAB, SPSS, PROBIT, DEA
2006Agricultural Research Management and Training Institute ARMTI, Ilorin, Kwara state, NigeriaAgricultural projects Planning , management and Appraisal Techniques
2007IITA, Ibadan, Oyo stateStrategic Analysis and knowledge support system for Rural Development
2009Humboldt University Berlin, GermanyAlbrecht Daniel Thaer Kolloqium 2009: Exploring the Nexus of Science, Development and the quest for Africa
16thAug. 2012Auditorium , Aja Nwachukwu

House , NO 26 Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Maitama District, Abuja, FCT

Stakeholders  Validation Workshop for  Mainstreaming  Human Development Studies in Nigerian Universities Curricula
16th–30th Oct. 2013Galilee International Management Institute (GIMI), IsraelSMEs Management and Development

 

Honours/Awards

DateAward/Organization/InstitutionRole/Duties
1991CODESRIA Laureate for Small Grants for M.Sc. Thesis Writing in African UniversitiesResearch
1991Social Science Council of Nigeria Research grants on Development IssuesResearch for M.Sc. Thesis
1991Best M.Sc. Student
1992Nigeria Institute for Social and Economic Research Population Research GrantResearch
2002FUT Owerri Senate Research on Food Insecurity, Poverty and InvestmentResearch
2007–2008FUT Owerri Senate Research grant on women’s accessibility to  Credit from selected Commercial banks for poverty reduction  in south east NigeriaResearch Team Leader
2008Support Africa International award on Ecology(Germany)Researcher and Awardee
2009European Commission – Erasmus Mundus IMRD Fellow in Agriculture and Rural DevelopmentFellowship and Research
2010Agricultural Economics Society of U.K  Conference attendance Support  BursaryResearcher
2011–DateAfrican  Heritage Institution  Enugu State , NigeriaAssociate Research Fellow
2010-dateCentre for research and international developmentResearch fellow
2016FUT Owerri Senate/TETFund research grant on Socio-economic effects of climate change on cocoyam production in Southeast NigeriaResearcher and Team leader

 

Membership of professional bodies

DatesProfessional Position/AppointmentRoles/Duties
1987 – DateMember, Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE)Legal Adviser(2011-date)& Vice President 1 (2017)
2016Fellow NAAE
1992 – 2001Member Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (C. I.B.N.)Member
1987 – 2012Farm Management Association of Nigeria.Member and Scientific reviewer of Journal Articles
1997 – 2018Agricultural Society of NigeriaMember and Scientific reviewer of Journal Articles
2007 – 2011Association of Professional Negotiators and MediatorsMember
2008 – 2017Nigerian Bar AssociationMember
2008 – 2017West African Research and Innovation Management AssociationMember and Scientific reviewer of Journal Articles
2008 – 2010International Farm Management AssociationMember and Scientific reviewer of Journal Articles
2009Agricultural Projects and Rural Development Appraisers Association of BelgiumMember
2010 – 2012Agricultural Economics Society U .KMember
2010 – 2011National Council on Commerce and IndustryMember
2010 – dateResearch Fellow African Institute of Applied EconomicsMember  THINK TANK
2011- DateAgricultural Policy Research NetworkMember
2012Member, Unified Cadre Appraisals Committee, FUTOMember

 

Experience

PeriodPositionInstitutionRoles/Duties
2015/2016Professor on sabbaticalDepartment of Econs & Development Studies , FUNAILecturing , Research & community service.
2011-DateProfessorDepartment of Agricultural Economics, FUTOLecturing, Research, community service and Administration
2008-2011Associate ProfessorDepartment of Agricultural Economics, FUTOLecturing, Research, community service and Administration
2010-2011HON. Commissioner of Commerce and IndustryGovernment of Imo State, Ministry of Commerce and IndustryAdministration, Policy making
2005-2008Senior LecturerDepartment of Agricultural Economics, FUTOLecturing, Research and Administration
2002-2005Lecturer IDepartment of Agricultural Economics, FUTOLecturing and Research
2008Visiting/Adjunct ProfessorDepartment of Agricultural Economics, Imo State UniversityLecturing, Research and Administration
1996-2003Part-Time LecturerDepartment of Agricultural Economics, University of Nigeria NsukkaLecturing, Research and Administration
1999-2000Chief Training / Appeal OfficerNational Board for Community Banks, AbujaLecturing and appraisal of Community Banks
1992-1999Senior Training and Appraisal OfficerNational Board for Community Banks, AbujaLecturing and appraisal of Community Banks
June-Aug. 1992LecturerDepartment of Agricultural Economics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, NigeriaLecturing and Research
2nd Jan-June 1992LecturerDepartment of Agricultural Economics, Abia State University, NigeriaLecturing and Research
1987-1989Assistant LecturerCollege of Education, Benin, NigeriaLecturing and Research
1986-1987NYSCCollege of Education, Benin (former Bendel State), NigeriaLecturing
1985Industrial TraineeUniversity of Nigeria Nsukka Commercial farmLearning/acquiring knowledge
1983Industrial TraineeObudu Cattle Ranch Cross River StateLearning/acquiring knowledge
Feb.-Dec. 1981Clerical Account OfficerUniversity of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, EnuguAdministering of loans and advances

 

Major consultancy projects undertaken since 2003

DateName of Project/AssignmentRoleOrganization
1999 – 2001Rural Credit Expert/Rural Institutions specialist in the verification of loan disbursement and recovery for community banks in NigeriaTeam LeaderNational Board for community Banks
2001Commercial services impact evaluation of the National Agricultural Technology Support Project (NATSP) facility in Enugu State of NigeriaEvaluation Team MemberEnugu State Agricultural Development Programme
2004 – 2006Imo State  Songhai farm  project where we used  integrated farming techniques to produce food for the State and training young school leavers and ensured their resettlement between 2004-2006ConsultantImo State Government

 

2002 – 2006Supervising , monitoring and Appraisal of  the National Special programme on food Security pilot project in Imo State  and reporting back to FMANRTeam MemberFederal Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources
2003 – 2005Monitoring and Appraisal of Promoting sustainable agricultural Development in Imo State  project ,a project co-financed by Imo State Government and International Institute for Tropical Agriculture for the establishment of  integrated  Modern cassava processing plant  at Umuagwo, Imo State   , NigeriaTeam LeaderImo State Government
2006/2007Country Assessment of Nigeria’s Competitiveness in the Global marketConsultantUNDP
2004IITA cassava mosaic disease in Nigeria  covering the south east and South west  States of Imo , Enugu, Abia, Ebonyi ,  Anambra, ogun, oyo, ondo and Ekiti  States in NigeriaAgricultural Economist/ researcherIITA, Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria
2006Economist IITA Cassava postharvest  and infrastructural needs assessment / evaluation covering Kwara, Ebonyi, Anambra, Enugu , Benue and Nasarawa States in NigeriaEconomistIITA, Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria
2005/2006Supervision , monitoring and Appraisal of  Promoting Sustainable Agricultural Development  in Borno State (PROSAB)  ProjectTeam MemberA project Funded by CIDA and Executed by IITA  with team of Monitors Canada providing some Technical backing
2005Agricultural Economist and Enumerator in the Enhancement of Food Security in Northern Guinea Savanna of Nigeria through the identification and Deployment of Drought Tolerant Maize Varieties.Researcher/ EnumeratorA project executed under CIDA’S Canada Climate Change Capacity Development Fund (CCCCDF)
2007/2008Agricultural Economist/ financial expert  in the Das International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics  (ICRISAT)  and Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research(CGIAR) Mission to Lilongwe in Malawi on the Forestry rehabilitation and sustenance project  and submission of the project Completion report to the organization in GermanyFinancial ExpertConsultative Group on International Agricultural Research(CGIAR)
2005 – 2007Agricultural Economist for Imo State on National FADAMA agricultural development projects in the state. National FADAMAConsultantworld bank / FGN/ ADB Assisted projects in some states in Nigeria
2009Collaborator in the UNSAID/IFPRI Global Food Security Response (GFSR) Project: Structure of small scale private irrigation (SPRI) Sector in NigeriaTeam MemberUSAID/IFPRI
2015Enhancing the Competitiveness of High Quality Cassava Flour value Chain in Nigeria IITA.CoordinatorCoordinator south East team
07/02/2016Round table discussion with the office of the presidency including Nigerian Economic Team  on the State of Nigerian EconomyReader: Linking Fall in Price of Oil to Exchange Rate Management Crisis in NigeriaThe presidency Abuja
23-24 March, 2016Technical Brainstorm session on knowledge management and Theory of Change for food security on the UNDP /Global Environment Facility Project entitle Fostering Sustainability and Resilience for Food security in NigeriaDiscussantUNDP

22 July, 2016  Nigeria zero hunger strategic review , Technical  sub –committee on implementation , partnership, monitoring and evaluation , including integration member technical committee Nigeria.

20th and 21st October, 2016 Validation workshop on the Nigerian Environmental Policy Held at Rock View hotel Abuja.

19th March, 2019, A round table on the way forward for Nigeria after the Katowice climate package, Organized by Centre for climate and Development AE-FUNAI in Collaboration with Department of Climate Change of the Federal Ministry of Environment  and UNDP.

 

RESEARCH INTEREST

  • Agricultural Finance
  • Rural Development
  • Food Security
  • Environment

 

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Eze C.C. &Okoroji, E.C. (1997): “Community Development Associations and Rural Development in Imo State: Implications for sustainable Agricultural Investment in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 13th  Annual  Conference of farm management  Association  of Nigeria  (FAMAN)  held at Federal  University  of Agriculture Umudike  Abia  State, 12th  15th, October, (A. C. Nwosu and J.A. Mbanasor, eds).        
  2. Eze C.C. (1999): “Community Banking and Rural Development in Nigeria. In Agricultural Transformation in Nigeria proceedings of National Conference in Honour of Professor Martin O. Ijere held at Federal University ofAgricultural UmudikeAbia State, Nigeria 24 – 26 August. Nwosu A.C, C.U.  Nwajiuba and J.A. Mbanasor (ed).
  3. Eze C.C. (1999): “The structure and conduct of community Development Associations (CDAS) in Imo State, Nigeria.”  ESUT Journal of Development Management 1 No. 1 Pp 2 – 13.ESUT Press.
  4. Eze C.C. (2002): “Food Insecurity, Poverty and Investment Dimensions” Journal of farming and Rural Systems Economics   Volume 46 Pp 33 – 39. MargrafVerlag. Germany.
  5. Eze C.C. and E. C. Okorji (2002):  Fund Mobilization, Sources and members’ Patronage of Community Development Association Activities. The Nigerian   Journal of finance Vol. 1 No2 October. Pp14 -21. EUST Press Enugu.
  6. Eze C.C. (2002): The concept and Design of Community Banking. An approach to Financial Institution Building.  ESUT Journal of Development Management (Special edition) Vol. 4 Nos. 1 and 2 pp 18 – 27
  7. Anumihe E.C. and C. Eze (2002): Costs Returns Analysis of Onion Marketing in Owerri Urban market of Imo   State, Nigeria in Agriculture a basis for Poverty Eradication and Conflict Resolution. Proceeding of the  36th  Annual  Conference  of the Agricultural  society  of  Nigeria  held at  the  Federal   university   of Technology  Owerri, Nigeria Oct 20 – 24 ed  lloeje, M.U;  Osuji  G.E.,  U. Herbert  and  Asumugha  G. N.  pp 49 – 52
  8. Eze C.C. and S.A. Olaoye (2003): Income and Expenditure sources of male and female farmers in Abakaliki L.G.A. of Ebonyi State, Nigeria. Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Vol 10 Number, March.  Pp 4679 – 4689 NAU Press Awka
  9. Okorji, E.C, C. Eze and V.C. Eze (2003): Efficiency of  cassava processing Techniques Among Rural  Women  in Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria  Journal of Agricultural  and social  Research, Vol. 3 N0 2: 84 -96.
  10. Eze C.C. (2003): Resource Use Efficiency in Cocoyam Production in Ihitte/Uboma Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Applied Science Vol. 6, No 3: 3865 – 3871.  
  11. Eze C.C. and E.C. Anumihe (2003): Constraints of Small Farm Holders to Cassava Production and Consumption. In Agriculture the bedrock of an Enduring democracy.  Proceedings  of the 37th Annual  Conference of the Agricultural Society of Nigeria held atUniversity ofCalabar, Nigeria 16 – 20 Nov. 2003 ed  Esu, I.E, Amalu, U.C, Oko B.F.D. and Asumugha. G. N. pp106 – 110.
  12. Eze C.C. and E.C.Okorji (2004). Cocoyam Production by women farmers under Improved and Local Technologies in Imo State, Nigeria.A Cost – Returns Approach. African Journal of Science Vol5 No1 PP 1153 – 1166, August.
  13. Eze C.C. and A. I. Ugochukwu (2004): Evaluation of women Access to Agricultural Credit inImo State, Nigeria.  A.M.S.E Modelling Organization France. Vol.25 No.3 pp61. w.w.amsemodelling.org.
  14. Ibekwe, U.C. and C. Eze (2005). Size Distribution of Income and     Poverty among Rural Farm Households in Orlu Agricultural Zone     of Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Applied Sciences, Vol.6, No1, pp4681-4686
  15. Uwazie I., Eze .and C.Nwajiuba (2005): Some Micro- Level Issues in Migration and Livelihood .Migration and Livelihood in Southeast Nigeria. ChinedumNwajiuba (ed) Farming and Rural System Economics Vol.67 MargrafVerlag, Germany.   pp 147-156.
  16. Eze, C.C and J. S. Orebiyi (2005). Profitability of Pineapple Marketing in Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Food Science, Vol.3 (2): 133-139.
  17. Orebiyi, J.S. and C .Eze (2005). Economic Survey of Rice Marketing in Anambra State, Nigeria. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, vol.1 (2): 133-140.
  18. Eze, C.C and E. Anumihe (2006). Efficiency of Onions Marketing in Ikeduru Rural Markets of Owerri Area, Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences.  Vol. 2(1): 55-60.
  19. Eze, C. C,Onoh, P. and U.C.Ibekwe(2006). Costs and Returns Analysis   of Improved and Alternative Cassava Production Technologies in Enugu State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development . 7(1): 67-71.
  20. Eze, C.C. (2006). Determinants of Women’s Access to Credit from selected Commercial Banks in Imo State, Nigeria .International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 2(2): 136-141.

  1. Korie, O. C.; Eze, C.C and A.I. Ugochukwu (2006). Pattern of Land Tenure Systems and Crop Production Practices in Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 2(2): 129-135.
  2. Ohajianya, D.O and C.C. Eze, (2006). Labour Productivity in rural Farm Households of Imo State. African Journal of Sciences, 7(1): 1581-1591.
  3. Eze C.C.; U.C. Ibekwe, Onoh, P. and C. U. Nwajiuba (2006). Determinants of Adoption of Improved Cassava Production Technology among Farmers in Enugu State of Nigeria. Global Approaches to Extension Practice, 2(1): 37-44.
  4. Eze, C.C.;O. Ohajianya and N. N.O. Oguoma (2006).  Analysis of Land Snail Marketing in Owerri Agricultural Zone of Imo State, Nigeria. Animal Production Research Advances, 2(2): 94-99.
  5. Eze C. C. (2006). Agricultural Credit Provisioning among Indigenous Financial Institutions in Southeast Nigeria. African Online International Journal. U.K .Vol. 1, no 2: 1-17.
  6. Eze, C.C. and U.C. Ibekwe, (2007). Determinants of Loan Repayment under the Indigenous Financial System in Southeast, Nigeria. Medwell Journals of the Social Sciences, Pakistan. Vol. 2 no.2: 116-12.
  7. Eze C.C. (2007). Marketing Margin and Determinants of net Returns of Beef Marketing in Southeast Nigeria. Tropical Science Journal, U.K Vol. 47 no 2
  8. Onyemauwa C.S;M.A.C.A Odii; J.I. Lemchi; C. Eze; U.C. Ibekwe & C.A Emenyeonu (2008). Analysis of Household consumption of cereals in Owerri Municipality, Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Research, Academic Journal Inc .U.S.A 3(4): 273-280.
  9. Korie O.C., Eze C.C.& E.U Eze (2007). Issues in Rural development timeline in Nigeria. International Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food Systems 1(3): 280-285.
  10. Eze C.C(2007). Evaluation of selected commercial Bank financing of Agro Based Enterprises in IkotEkpene LGA OF Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. International journal of Agriculture and Rural Development 9(1): 62-65.
  11. C., P.C. Obasi & O.C. Korie (2007). Financing Agricultural Enterprises by Cooperative Societies in Mbaise Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Global Approaches to Extension Practices 3(1): 49- 55.
  12. Onyemauwa C.S.; Eze, C.C; Oguoma N.N.O.; Ehirim N.C. and Osugiri, I. I.  (2007). Allocative Efficiency and output Elasticity of crop mixture farmers by Gender in Nwangele Imo State, Nigeria. International journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 10(2): 50-55.
  13. Eze, C.C, O .C. Korie and J.I. Lemchi (2007). Comparative Economic Analysis of Snail Production Systems in Owerri Agricultural Zone, Imo State, Nigeria. Animal Production Research Advances 3(4): 287-291.
  14. Eze, C.C and V.C. Eze, (2007). The Economic value of Garcinia kolanut marketing in Enugu State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Social Science5 no 2: 124-138
  15. Eze, C.C., S. Orebiyi; V.C. Eze, (2008). Economic evaluation of processed and unprocessed oil palm fruits in Imo State, Nigeria. In Prospects and Challenges of adding value to Agricultural products. Proceeding of 22nd Annual Conference of farm management association of Nigeria (FAMAN) held at University Auditorium North Core, University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria 8-11 Sept 2008
  16. Eze C; V. Eze; O. Korie ;J. Orebiyi; S. Onyemuwa; E. Matthews-Njoku; P. Onoh and C. Asiabaka (2008). Climate Change, Crop Production and Adaptation Strategies. In: Nwajiuba C. (ed) Climate Change and Adaptation in Nigeria. W. Doppler and S. Bauer(ed). Farming and Rural Systems Economics, Vol. 95 MargrafVerlag. Germany pp 27-34.
  17. Eze , C. C; C.U.,Ibekwe and C.O.Korie (2009), Women’s Accessibility to credit from selected  commercial banks for poverty reduction in South east, Nigeria. Proceedings of the International Farm Management Association biannual conference held at Illinois State University, Normal/Bloomington, Illinois, USA,Vol. 1: 669-689.
  18. Ohajianya D.O., N.N.O. Oguoma, C.A. Emenyeonu, C. Eze and O.C. Korie (2009), Food Production in a Developing Economy. Edited by N.S. Oguzor, Printed and Published in Spain by Graficas Guerrero.
  19. Eze Christopher C., J.I. Lemchi1, A.I. Ugochukwu1, V .C. Eze, C.A.O Awulonu and A.X. Okon (2010) Agricultural Financing Policies And Rural Development In Nigeria. In the proceedings of the 84th Annual Conference of the  Agricultural Economics Society of U.K. at Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K. 30th – 31st March 2010 (aes.ac.uk).
  20. Eze  C. C. , J. S Orebiyi, C .O. Korie , D. O. Ohajianya , C.S. Onyemuwa ,  S.U.O. Onyeagocha, A.I. Ugochukwu1 ,V .C. Eze2& Awulonu C.A.O (2010). Food Production, Agro-Biodiversity and Sustainable Rural Development: Nigeria in Perspective. In the proceedings of the 84th Annual Conference of the Agricultural Economics Society of U.K: Edinburgh,Scotland, U.K, 30th – 31st March 2010 (aes.ac.uk).
  21. Amanze, B., C.C. Eze and V. Eze (2010).  Factors Influencing the Use of Fertilizer in Arable Crop Production among Smallholder Farmers in Owerri Agricultural Zone of Imo State. Academia Arena Journal, Marslandpress U.S.A., 2(6): 90-96.
  22. Eze, C.C.,Amanze B and O. Nwankwo (2010) Resource Use Efficiency in Arable Crop Production Among Smallholder Farmers in Owerri Agricultural Zone of Imo State,Nigeria. Researcher journal,Maryland press USA. 2(5): 14-20.
  23. Onyeagocha S.U.O, N.C. Ehirim, C.A. Emenyonu, C.S. Onyemuwa, F.O.Nwosu, D.O.Ohajianya, C.Eze, G.A.Anyanwu, N.N.O.  Oguoma and B.O. Esonu(2010). Post Avian Flu Profitability and resource use Efficiency of Broiler Farmers in Akwa Ibom State, South-South, Nigeria. Agricultural JournalMedwell Journals Pakistan 5(2): 37-44.
  24. Ibekwe, U.C., Eze, C.C., Ohajianya, D.O., Orebiyi, J.S., Onyemauwa, C.S. and O.C. Korie (2010). Determinants of Non – Farm Income among Farm Households in South East Nigeria. Researcher journal, Marsland Press, New York, U.S.A. 2(7): 49-52.
  25. Ibekwe, U.C, Eze,C.C., C.S. Onyemauwa, A. Henry-Ukoha, O. C. Korie and I.U. Nwaiwu (2010). Determinants of Farm and Off – Farm Income  Among Farm Households in South East  Nigeria. Academia Arena Journal, USA 2(10): 58-61.
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