At MAU he holds numerous academic and administrative responsibilities including Dean of School of Management and Information Technology, Head of Department Economics, Postgraduate Coordinator Position, and Departmental Examination Officer. He also served as Chairman and Member of lots of university standing committees, inter alia, Focal Officer University SERVICOM, Member University Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit (ACTU), member of Consultancy governing boards.
Dr. Ibrahim is vast in the areas of applied econometrics and international finance with a particular interest in cross-country studies; macroeconomic linkages and spillover effects across counties. He has published a lot of articles in reputable peer-reviewed journals and has been serving as a reviewer and editor of a lot of local and international journals. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Universiti Putra Malaysia, M.Sc and B.Sc in Economics at ABU and BUK Nigeria respectively.
He authored articles” Macroeconomic Linkages and International Shock Transmissions in East-Asia: A Global Vector Autoregressive Approach” (2017) and “International capital mobility in West Africa: A Panel Cointegration Approach (2014)”, all in Cogent Economics & Finance, Taylor and Francis.
Doctoral dissertation Title:
Macroeconomic Linkages and International Shock Transmission in East-Asia: A Global Vector Autoregressive Approach
ECO 450: Industrial Economics
ECO 310: Intermediate Microeconomics
ECO 220: Principles of Macroeconomics
Matthew O., Gidigbi & Donga, Manu & Hassan, I. B , (2020) The pooled mean group approach on saving and investment link in Africa: Implication on capital mobility," BizEcons Quarterly, Strides Educational Foundation, vol. 14, pages 23-35. https://bizecons.hevanz.com/articles-issues/
Hassan, I. B. (2019) Differential Effect of Remittances on Financial Sector Development in Nigeria, ADSU Journal of Economics and Interrelated Disciplines Vol. 4, Special Edition pp. 122-130, ISSN 2550-7869