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Mechanisms used by multinational oil companies to derail human rights and environmental litigations arising from the Niger Delta. (2023)
Journal Article
OCHEI, N.V., EZEANI, E.C. and ANDERSON, C. 2023. Mechanisms used by multinational oil companies to derail human rights and environmental litigations arising from the Niger Delta. African journal of legal studies [online], 15(2), pages 185-214. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1163-17087384-bja10075

Multinational oil companies (MNOCs) usually claim that they have several obligations to protect human rights and the environment where they operate and to resolve any disputes with local communities arising from their operations in the shortest possi... Read More about Mechanisms used by multinational oil companies to derail human rights and environmental litigations arising from the Niger Delta..

Corporate social responsibility under the Petroleum Industry Act 2021: achieving environmental sustainability through multi-stakeholder partnership. (2022)
Journal Article
DEBSKI, J.A. and EZEANI, E.C. 2022. Corporate social responsibility under the Petroleum Industry Act 2021: achieving environmental sustainability through multi-stakeholder partnership. African journal of engineering and environment research [online], 3(1), pages 1-24. Available from: https://ajoeer.org.ng/otn/ajoeer/2022/qtr-1/01.pdf

Several attempts have been made by the Nigerian government to reform the oil and gas industry. In March 2007, the first attempt to introduce the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Bill was initiated by the late Senator Uche Chwukwumerije, but it f... Read More about Corporate social responsibility under the Petroleum Industry Act 2021: achieving environmental sustainability through multi-stakeholder partnership..

MNOC's level of engagement with human rights obligations in transnational litigations from the Niger Delta. (2021)
Journal Article
OCHEI, N.V., EZEANI, E. and ANDERSON, C. 2021. MNOC's level of engagement with human rights obligations in transnational litigations from the Niger Delta. People: international journal of social sciences [online], 7(3), pages 18-41. Available from: https://doi.org/10.20319/pijss.2021.73.1841

The approach that Multinational Oil companies (MNOCs) use to comply with their human rights obligations translates to the different levels of engagement with stakeholders. For example, concerns regarding alleged human rights and environmental violati... Read More about MNOC's level of engagement with human rights obligations in transnational litigations from the Niger Delta..

Barriers to graduate employment and entrepreneurship in Nigeria. (2018)
Journal Article
EZEANI, E. 2018. Barriers to graduate employment and entrepreneurship in Nigeria. Journal of entrepreneurship in emerging economies [online], 10(3), pages 428-446. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/JEEE-02-2017-0009

This paper investigates the challenges faced by Nigerian university graduates youths, in finding suitable employment or in embarking on entrepreneurship ventures. The research investigates the barriers to graduate employment and entrepreneurship in N... Read More about Barriers to graduate employment and entrepreneurship in Nigeria..

Comparative advantage in de-globalisation: Brexit, America First and Africa's continental free trade area. (2018)
Journal Article
EZEANI, E. 2018. Comparative advantage in de-globalisation: Brexit, America First and Africa's continental free trade area. Journal of international trade law and policy [online], 17(1/2), pages 46-61. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/JITLP-01-2018-0005

This paper examines the relevance of the theory of comparative advantage in the present realities of a world undergoing de-globalisation, that is, a retreat from closer integration. It presents eight arguments which analyse the theory as posited by A... Read More about Comparative advantage in de-globalisation: Brexit, America First and Africa's continental free trade area..

Responding to homegrown terrorism: the case of Boko Haram. (2017)
Journal Article
EZEANI, E.C. 2017. Responding to homegrown terrorism: the case of Boko Haram. Annual survey of international and comparative law [online], 22(1), article number 5. Available from: https://digitalcommons.law.ggu.edu/annlsurvey/vol22/iss1/5

If terrorism as it is known from history is changing, should the response to it change as well? This paper reflects on the rise and activities of Boko Haram in Northern Nigeria and the hesitation of domestic, regional and international efforts in ste... Read More about Responding to homegrown terrorism: the case of Boko Haram..

Regulating corporate directors' pay and performance: a comparative review. (2017)
Journal Article
EZEANI, E.C. and WILLIAMS, E. 2017. Regulating corporate directors' pay and performance: a comparative review. African journal of international and comparative law [online], 25(4), pages 482-506. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3366/ajicl.2017.0208

This article looks at the practice and reform with regard to directors' pay and performance in Australia, the United Kingdom (UK) and Nigeria. It examines the use and impact of incentive plans, long-term, short-term, and performance-related, in compe... Read More about Regulating corporate directors' pay and performance: a comparative review..

Local content and the marginal fields programme: challenges for indigenous participation in the Nigerian oil industry. (2017)
Journal Article
EZEANI, E.C. and NWUKE, C. 2017. Local content and the marginal fields programme: challenges for indigenous participation in the Nigerian oil industry. Oil, gas and energy law (OGEL) [online], 15(1), pages 1-20. Available from: www.ogel.org/articles.asp?key=3671

The upstream oil sector in Nigeria since the discovery of oil in the 1950s has been dominated by international oil companies. To revise this situation and learning from the experience of countries with strong representation for indigenous local parti... Read More about Local content and the marginal fields programme: challenges for indigenous participation in the Nigerian oil industry..

Adjudication costs under the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996: the attractions of Singapore's Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 2004. (2016)
Journal Article
TODD, N. and EZEANI, E.C. 2016. Adjudication costs under the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996: the attractions of Singapore's Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 2004. Juridical review [online], 4, pages 315-336. Available from: http://www.westlaw.co.uk

Escalating costs in UK statutory adjudications under the Housing Grants, Construction & Regeneration Act (HGCRA)1996 have restricted the use of the procedure by some of the very parties whose interests the legislation was set up to protect. This pape... Read More about Adjudication costs under the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996: the attractions of Singapore's Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 2004..

Removing oil subsidies in Nigeria: between necessity and false economy. (2014)
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EZEANI, E.C. 2015. Removing oil subsidies in Nigeria: between necessity and false economy. Journal of world energy law and business [online], 7(4), pages 364-389. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1093/jwelb/jwu018

The rising costs of oil products on the global market and increasing dependency on fossil fuels have become a concern for both governments and international bodies. Aside from calls to governments to move towards alternatives in the form of renewable... Read More about Removing oil subsidies in Nigeria: between necessity and false economy..

The 21st century terrorist: hostis humani generis? (2012)
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EZEANI, E.C. 2012. The 21st century terrorist: hostis humani generis? Beijing law review [online], 3(4), pages 158-169. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4236/blr.2012.34022

Some argue that 21st century terrorism is no different from the past. This paper argues otherwise. It considers that our social response‚ÄĚThe revulsion against the frequent violation of the sanctity of human life and the indiscriminate de- struction o... Read More about The 21st century terrorist: hostis humani generis?.

Economic and development policy-making in Nigeria. (2012)
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EZEANI, E.C. 2012. Economic and development policy-making in Nigeria. Journal of African law [online], 56(1), pages 109-138. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0021855311000271

The difficulties in effective engagement with the global trade environment, especially given the rules-based system of world trade applicable to member states of the World Trade Organisation, are a constant subject for academic and political discours... Read More about Economic and development policy-making in Nigeria..

Freedom of speech and the limits of UK criminal legislation. (2009)
Journal Article
EZEANI, E.C. 2009. Freedom of speech and the limits of UK criminal legislation. Journal of comparative law (Islamic University in Uganda), 3, pages 135-172.

This article draws attention to the fact that while the application of criminal law may serve to punish racially aggravated offences where they can be proved, such legislation in themselves do little to address the causes or, to limit the occurrence... Read More about Freedom of speech and the limits of UK criminal legislation..