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  • Title  | Prof.
  • Name | AMBE ALFRED NEBA
  • Gender | MALE

BASIC INFORMATION

  • University Email | ambeneba@gsu.edu.ng
  • Personal Email | nebaa2002@yahoo.co.uk
  • Position | Reader
  • Qualification | PhD.
  • Specialization | PUBLIC SECTOR ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

  • • Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria; B. Sc. (Hons) Accounting • Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria; Post-Graduate Diploma in Public Administration (PGDPA) • Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria; M. Sc. Accounting and Finance • Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria; M. Sc. Public Administration • University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka; Doctor of Philosophy Degree (Ph.D.) in Accounting and Finance

PUBLICATIONS

  • 1. Ambe, A. N. (2007). Perspectives in Control through Cost and Management Accounting; The Nigerian Journal of Administrative Studies; ABU – Zaria, April; 5(2), 24 - 33.
  • 2. Ambe, A. N. (2007). An Assessment of Personal Income Tax Administration in Nigeria; Journal of Arid Zone Economy, Maiduguri, Nigeria, December; 9(1), 164 -173.
  • 3. Ambe, A. N. (2008). Controls and Efficiency Measurement in the Administration of Public Enterprises; The Nigerian Journal of Administrative Studies, ABU- Zaria; January, 6(1); 73- 81.
  • 4. Ambe, A. N. (2008). The Administration of Personal Income Tax in Nigeria; The Sahel Journal of Social and Management Sciences, Maiduguri, Nigeria, 5(2); .
  • 5. Ambe, A. N. (2008). Impact of International Accounting on Disclosure Requirements in Nigeria; Journal of Arid Zone Economy; June, Maiduguri, Nigeria, 9(2); 15 -24.
  • 6. Ambe, A. N. (2010). Economic Development in the 21st (Role of Accountability and Transparency in Developing Nations); in Problems and Prospects of Economic Development in the 21st Century eds. Sunil, M; Herath, M. B; Pryanarth, H. M. S; Godage International Limited; Colombo, Sri Lanka; 351 - 357.
  • 7. Ambe, A. N. (2011). Convergence of Accounting Standards and the Problem of Accounting Growth in Developing Nations; in Herath, M. B. & LalGunasekera, K.R.H. Essays in Social Sciences: Modeling Social Phenomenon in the 21st Century; Godage International Publishers (Pvt) Ltd., Colombo, Sri Lanka; 399 – 411.
  • 8. Ambe, A. N. (2013). Financing Government and the Crisis of fiscal Federation: Assessing the Nigerian Situation; Journal of Management and Entrepreneurial Development 3(2), December; Abuja, Nigeria; 3(2), 1 - 20.
  • 9. Ambe, A. N. (2014). Trends in the Nigerian Inter-Governmental Fiscal Finance; KASU Journal of Accounting Research and Practice – KAJARAP; Kaduna State University; June; 2(1), 103- 115.
  • 10. Ambe, A. N. (2015). Reforming Public Sector Accounting and Financial Systems: A Critique of Cameroon and Nigeria; International Journal of Accounting and Business Finance; Jaffna, Sri Lanka; January – June; 1(1), 86-101.
  • 11. Ambe, A. N. (2015). The IPSAS Revolution in Nigeria: Challenges of Sustainable Development; Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of Management and Economics; Ruhuna, Sri Lanka, 100 – 116.
  • 12. Ambe, A. N. & R. P. C., Ranjini (2016). The Emerging Trend in Accounting and Financial Reforms: Challenges of Sustainable Development (Cases of the Republic of Cameroon and Nigeria); Journal of World Development Studies; Sri Lanka, 4(1), 21 – 46.
  • 13. R. P. C., Ranjini & Ambe, A. N. (2016). The relationship between Governmental Performance and Participation in Public Sector Accounting and Financial Processes: The case of IPSAS Implementation in Nigeria; Journal of Emerging Trends in Economic and Management Sciences (JETEMS) 7(1), 13 – 21.
  • 14. Ambe, A. N. (2018). A look at the Recent Global Financial Meltdown and its Security Implications on the Nigerian Economy; Journal of World Development Studies; Sri Lanka, 4(1), 93 – 113.
  • 15. Ambe, A. N. (2018). Accounting Education, its Dynamics and the Nigerian Environment; Journal of World Development Studies; Sri Lanka, 4(2), 187 – 200.
  • 16. Ambe, A. N. (2019). International Public Sector Accounting Standards Implementation and the Effects on Financial Reporting Quality in Gombe State, Nigeria; Gombe Journal of Administration and Management, Gombe, Nigeria, May/June 2(1), 87 – 102.
  • 17. R. P. C., Ranjini & Ambe, A. N. (2019). Re-engineering Public Sector Accounting and Financial System in Cameroon: Challenges and Prospects; Gombe Journal of Administration and Management, Gombe, Nigeria, May/June 2(1), 1- 16
  • 18. Ambe A. N. (2019). Assessing the Effectiveness of Internal Control System in the Management of Government Finances: Local Government Perspective. In (Eds), Corporate Governance Issues in Nigeria’s Financial Sector: International Conference of Management and Finance, 18 to 20th June, Gombe, Nigeria. 454 – 475.
  • 19. Ambe A. N. (2019). Relevance of CEO Characteristics in Corporate Governance to the Financial Performance of listed Telecommunication Companies in Nigeria. In (Eds), Corporate Governance Issues in Nigeria’s Financial Sector: International Conference of Management and Finance, 18 to 20th June, Gombe, Nigeria. 916 – 948.