Odishika Vivian Anietem

Odishika Vivian Anietem

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Lecturer II

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08025499019

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Mrs.  Odishika Vivian Anietem is an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, National Open University of Nigeria. She holds a B.Sc. degree in Economics from Delta State University Abraka, Delta State and an M.Sc.  degree also in Economics from the University of Lagos.

Mrs. Odishika is a member of the Nigerian Economic Society, and is currently running a Ph.D. program at the University of Lagos.

She has wealth of knowledge in teaching and has a passion for research especially on gender related issues. Her Ph.D. thesis is on Economic Analysis of Gender Asset Gap and Household Welfare in Lagos State, Nigeria.

 

 

 

 

  • Setting of Exam questions and TMA questions
  • Cordinating the Department
  • Admissions

 

 

 

 

 

  • Poverty
  • Welfare Economics
  • Gender and Asset gaps
  • Development Economics

 

 

 

 

 

  • Odishika Vivian Anietem, and Adedeji Liadi Abiodun (2016); Poverty Community Driven Development (CDD) and Rural Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria : A Bottom-Up Development Approach: Journal of Sociology and Anthropology (ISSN: 2331-6187) Volume 4 number 2.
  • Adesina-Uthman, G.A., Ohioze, W.F, Odishika, V.A, Adedeji, L.A, and  Olusanya, S.O.  (2013). Open and Distance Learning: A Catalyst for Women Empowerment (National Open University of Nigeria-NOUN- as Case Study). Presented at 7th Pan Commonwealth Forum (PCF7) conference organized by Commonwealth of Learning and National Open University of Nigeria. Held at Abuja International Convention Centre between 2nd – 6th December, 2013.
  • Adedeji A. L., and Odishika V.A., (2014). Knowledge Economy and Economic Development: The Role of Open and Distance Learning (ODL) in Nigeria.  A paper Presented at ICDE International Conference “Connecting the World through Open, Distance and e-Learning”. Moscow- Russia 2014.
  • Odishika, V.A. and Adedeji L. A. (2015).Community Driven Development (CDD) and Rural Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria: A Bottom –Up Development Approach. International Conference on Trends in Economics, Humanities and Management (ICTEHM’15). Singapore, March 27-28, 2015.