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Dozie Okoye
Dozie Okoye
Professor of Economics, Dalhousie University
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Historical missionary activity, schooling, and the reversal of fortunes: Evidence from Nigeria
D Okoye, R Pongou
Schooling, and the Reversal of Fortunes: Evidence from Nigeria (August 20, 2014), 2014
512014
Things fall apart? Missions, institutions, and interpersonal trust
D Okoye
Journal of Development Economics 148, 102568, 2021
442021
New technology, better economy? The heterogeneous impact of colonial railroads in Nigeria
D Okoye, R Pongou, T Yokossi
Journal of Development Economics 140, 320-354, 2019
412019
Can brain drain be good for human capital growth? Evidence from cross-country skill premiums and education costs
D Okoye
Economic Analysis and Policy 49, 74-99, 2016
252016
Social changes in impressionable years and adult political attitudes: Evidence from Jewish expulsions in Nazi Germany
M Akbulut‐Yuksel, D Okoye, M Yuksel
Economic Inquiry 58 (1), 184-208, 2020
172020
Six decades after independence: the enduring influence of missionary activities on regional wealth inequalities in Ghana
GO Boateng, D Okoye, J Amoyaw, I Luginaah
Journal of Economic Geography 20 (1), 93-122, 2020
102020
Sea changes: The transatlantic slave trade and missionary activity in africa
D Okoye, R Pongou
Unpublished manuscript. Retrieved December 6, 2017, 2017
102017
Appropriate technology and income differences
D Okoye
International Economic Review 57 (3), 955-996, 2016
92016
Sea change: The competing long-run impacts of the transatlantic slave trade and missionary activity in Africa
D Okoye, R Pongou
92015
Missions and heterogeneous social change: Evidence from border discontinuities in the emirates of nigeria
D Okoye, R Pongou
Available at SSRN 3946708, 2021
82021
Economic growth, health care reform, and child nutrition in Ghana
J Frimpong, D Okoye, R Pongou
Journal of African Development 18 (2), 41-60, 2016
82016
Expressway to power: Infrastructure projects and political support
M Akbulut-Yuksel, D Okoye, B Turan
IZA Discussion Paper, 2020
62020
Missions, fertility transition, and the reversal of fortunes: evidence from border discontinuities in the emirates of Nigeria
D Okoye, R Pongou
Journal of Economic Growth, 1-75, 2023
52023
COVID-19 learning losses, parental investments, and recovery: evidence from low-cost private schools in Nigeria
A Adeniran, D Okoye, MP Yedomiffi, L Wantchekon
RISE Working Paper Series 22/120, 2022
52022
On the dispensability of new transportation technologies: Evidence from the heterogeneous impact of railroads in Nigeria
D Okoye, R Pongou, T Yokossi
Available at SSRN 2926912, 2017
32017
On the Dispensability of New Transportation Technologies: Evidence from Colonial Railroads in Nigeria
D Okoye, R Pongou, T Yokossi
32016
Expressway to Votes: Infrastructure Projects and Voter Persuasion
M Akbulut-Yuksel, D Okoye, B Turan
The Economic Journal 134 (657), 48-94, 2024
22024
Impacts of Political Breaks on Education Policies, Access and Quality in Nigeria (1970–2003)
C Ezegwu, D Okoye, L Wantchekon
Research on improving systems of Education, 2023
22023
Historical Christian missions and African societies today: Perspectives from economic history
D Okoye
Economic History of Developing Regions 37 (3), 315-332, 2022
22022
Learning to Participate in Politics: Evidence from Jewish Expulsions in Nazi Germany
M Akbulut-Yuksel, D Okoye, M Yuksel
IZA Discussion Paper, 2017
22017
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