Chigozie Andy Ngwaba
Assistant Professor, Economics and Director of Actuarial Science Business Program
Business and Engineering Convergence Center 4166
Ph.D., Economics, Northern Illinois University
M.S., Applied Probability, and Statistics. Northern Illinois University
M.S., Applied Mathematics, Ohio University
M.S., Financial Economics, Ohio University
B.S., Economics, Abia State University
Dr. Ngwaba joined the Department of Economics at Bradley University Fall 2020. Prior to Bradley University, he worked in corporate actuarial, performing retirement plans pricing and profitability analysis. He enjoys teaching economics, statistics and data analysis.
Dr. Ngwaba believes in guiding students to achieve their educational goals. His teaching style to is to have an open and interactive environment conducive for learning.
- QM 262 - Quantitative Analysis I
- QM 263 Quantitative Analysis II
- QM 362 Business Forecasting
My research focuses on Taxation and Entrepreneurship in developing economies.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Article
Azizi, S., Ngwaba, C. A., & Ekhator-Mobayode, U. E. (2021). Can Machine Learning Predict Quantity and Duration of Migration to the USA?. The Journal of Prediction Markets, 15(1).
Ngwaba, C. A., & Azizi, S. (2019). Effectiveness of tax reform on entrepreneurship. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy.
Faculty Adviser Gamma Iota Sigma