Computable general equilibrium (CGE) models represent a class of economic models that use actual economic data to estimate how an economy might react to changes in policy, technology or other external factors.
In an effort to equip CPEEL students with the soft skills they require to be worthy ambassadors of the Centre, the Centre has been organizing Students’ Special Seminar Series where experienced Speakers are brought to share their knowledge and expertise on diverse issues of relevance and importanc
The Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law (CPEEL) presented its report on a study to ‘Develop a Framework for Harnessing Extractive Industries for Inclusive Growth and Human Development in Nigeria’ in a Validation Workshop organized by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on T
Professor Yinka Omorogbe presented a paper titled, “Sharing the Wealth: Strategies for Distribution of Wealth from Petroleum and Other Extractive Industries” in the CPEEL Special Seminar Series which held on the 28th of August, 2014.
The rate of growth in rural communities’ socio-economic attributes and food production is being curtailed by energy shortage. Indeed, it cannot be overstated that entrepreneurship and innovation are important in advancing socio-economic attributes and agriculture business in Nigeria.