Godwin's teaching experience includes being an associate lecturer in economics and finance, Bournemouth University, UK. (2011 - 2015).
Godwin's research interests include economic development, global economic challenges, foreign direct investment, international trade and international economics.
Okafor, G., 2015. 'Locational Determinants of US Outward FDI into Sub-Saharan Africa'. Journal of Developing Areas, 49(1), 187–205.
Okafor, G., Piesse, J., and Webster, A., 2015. 'The Motives for Inward FDI into Sub-Saharan Africa Countries'. Journal of Policy Modelling, 37(5).
Okafor, G., 2015. 'The Impact of Political Instability on the Economic Growth of ECOWAS Member Countries'.Forthcoming in Defence and Peace Economics. DOI information: 10.1080/10242694.2015.1092206.
Okafor, G., 2015. 'Impact of Financial Sector Development on Economic Growth of Nigeria'. Africagrowth Agenda, 12(3), 4–9.
Okafor, G., and Webster, A., 2015 (In Press). 'FDI in Transition Economies of Europe and the Former Soviet Union'. In: Holscher, J., and Tomann, H., ed. 'Palgrave Dictionary of Emerging Markets and Transition Economies'. Palgrave Macmillan
Godwin's research and enterprise activities consist of submitting papers to journals, conference presentations, and seminar presentations. For more information, follow the link below...
Godwin's current work in progress involves a firm performance in sub-Saharan Africa, looking at terrorism in Africa, foreign aid and economic growth.
Godwin received a PGCE in Higher Education 2015 from Bournemouth University, a new lecturers workshop and early career symposium from Bristol 2015 and undertook short courses on teaching and creative learning from Bournemouth University.