Distinguished Lecture Series

  • The Nigerian Economy At The Crossroads? Presidential Address, Nigerian Economic Society, Abuja. August, 2008


  • Strengthening Institutional Mechanisms for Poverty Reduction and Inclusive Development in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects. Distinguished Annual Lecture. National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, Kuru, Nigeria. 2016
  • The Nigerian Economy and the Search for Inclusive Growth: Why not Inclusive Development? Keynote Address, Nigerian Economic Society, 2015.
  • Knowing-Doing Gap: Filling The Void Between Economic Policy Formulation and Implementation. Nigerian Institute of Management Distinguished Lecture, July 2017.
  • The Nigerian Economy in Distress: Policy Choices for the Buhari Administration, Inaugural lecture, Centre for Financial Journalism, Civic Centre, Lagos, March 17, 2016.
  • Promoting Inclusive Development in Nigeria: Issues of Policy Reforms And Expectations From Economic Agents. Distinguished Public Lecture Series, Department of Economics, University of Lagos, June 13, 2013.
  • The Political Economy of Change: Empirics From Nigeria. First Faculty of Social Sciences Lecture, University of Calabar, March, 2016.
  • Managing The Nigerian Economy In the 21st Century; IPPA. University of Calabar, Dec. 15, 2000.
  • Economic Crisis And the Challenge of Macro-economic Management in Nigeria, Debt Management Office, Abuja Oct. 2003.
  • The Economics of Structural Adjustment and the Adjustment of Economics, Inaugural Lecture, University of Uyo, July, 2004.
  • The Nigerian Economy in a “New” Democratic Experiment: The Charles Soludo Effect. Guest Lecturer, 44th Founders Day Celebration, University of Nigeria, Nsukka October 9, 2004.
  • The Global Economic Crisis And The Crises in the Nigerian Economy,Presidential Address, Nigerian Economic Society, Ibadan, 2009.
  • Nigeria: Abundant Resources and the Paradox of Poverty: The Way Out. 5th Edition of the Wilson Badejo Foundation Lecture, 23rd May, 2012, NIIA, Lagos.
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    9th Inaugural Lecture

    The Inaugural Lecture featured
    • Political Economy of Structural Adjustment
    • Framework of Analysis
    • Performance of the Nigerian Economy
    • The Real Sector
    • Monetary and Financial
    • The External Sector
    • Trends in Other Key Economic Indicators
    • Contributions From Selected Works
    • The Adjustment of Economics?
    • Can There Be An African Economic Theory?
    • The National Economic Emgowerment and Development Strategy(NEEDS)