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Biography

JOHN NKWOMA INEKWE

  • Title: Doctor

  • Position: Research Fellow

 

Contact Details

  • Email: john.inekwe@mq.edu.au

 

Areas of Expertise

  • Financial Econometrics

  • Monetary Policy

  • Financial Networks

  • Modelling of Financial Risk

  • Energy Markets

     

Research Grants

 

  • Macquarie University Research Fellowship: A Network of Trouble: Modelling Financial Interconnectedness and Risk Sharing 2018-2020.  (AUD $349,520)

  • Monash University Publication Award 2016 (AUD $6,000)

  • Department Research Grant, Monash University 2014 (AUD $2,000)

 

Award/Recommendation

  • Monash University 2017 Deputy Vice-Chancellor’s commendation for teaching excellence

 

Research Areas

  • Financial Econometrics

  • Monetary Policy

  • Financial Networks

  • Modelling of Financial Risk

  • Energy Markets

 

Some Publications

1. Bhattacharya, M., Inekwe, J. N., Sadorsky, P., & Saha, A. (2018). Convergence of energy productivity across Indian states and territories. Energy Economics, 74, 427-440. (ABDC; A*-ranked).

2. Awaworyi Churchill, S., Inekwe, J., & Ivanovski, K. (2018b). House price convergence: Evidence from Australian cities. Economics Letters, 170, 88-90. (ABDC; A-ranked).

3. Nkwoma, Inekwe. J. (2016). Futures-based measures of monetary policy and jump risk. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 21(02), 384-405. (ABDC; A-ranked).

4. The Exploration of Economic Crises: Parameter Uncertainty and Predictive Ability. (First view) Scottish Journal of Political Economy. (ABDC; A-ranked).

5. Churchill, S. A., Inekwe, J., Ivanovski, K., & Smyth, R. (2018). The environmental Kuznets curve in the OECD: 1870–2014. Energy Economics, 75, 389-399. (ABDC; A*-ranked).

6. Inekwe, J. N. (2018). Lending risk in MFIs: The extreme bounds of microeconomic and macroeconomic factors. Journal of Small Business Management, n/a-n/a. (ABDC; A-ranked).

7. Inekwe, J. N., Jin, Y., & Valenzuela, M. R. (2018a). Global financial network and liquidity risk. Australian Journal of Management, 0(0), 0312896218766219. (ABDC; A-ranked).

8. Churchill, S. A., Inekwe, J., Smyth, R., & Zhang, X. (2018). R&D intensity and carbon emissions in the G7: 1870–2014. Energy Economics (in-press). (ABDC; A*-ranked).

9. Inekwe, J. N., Jin, Y., & Valenzuela, M. R. (2018). The effects of financial distress: Evidence from us GDP growth. Economic Modelling. (ABDC; A-ranked).

 

Membership

  • American Economic Association

  • Royal Economic Society

Education/Academic qualification

Monash University

24 Feb 201321 Jul 2016

Award Date: 21 Jul 2016

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Research Output

Consumption-based and territory-based carbon emissions intensity: Determinants and forecasting using club convergence across countries

Bhattacharya, M., Inekwe, J. N. & Sadorsky, P., 1 Feb 2020, In : Energy Economics. 86, 11 p., 104632.

Macquarie University

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

  • Human capital and CO2 emissions in the long run

    Yao, Y., Ivanovski, K., Inekwe, J. & Smyth, R., Sep 2020, In : Energy Economics. 91, 14 p., 104907.

    Macquarie University

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

  • The Environmental Kuznets Curve across Australian states and territories

    Churchill, S. A., Inekwe, J., Ivanovski, K. & Smyth, R., Aug 2020, In : Energy Economics. 90, 11 p., 104869.

    Macquarie University

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review