Instructor and Doctoral Candidate, Ph. D. in Public Administration & Public Policy, Department of Political Science, Auburn University
Brian Ezeonu is a Ph.D. Candidate in Public Administration and Public Policy in the Department of Political Science at Auburn University. His research focuses on the role of the third sector in international development, specifically looking at the institutional and contextual factors that influence the activities of actors in the third sector. His research interests include collaborative governance, global finance, social enterprises, and economic development.
His work has been published in the journal Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. Brian previously worked with nonprofit organizations, collaborating with other international development organizations to implement development projects and programs in Africa. He is currently a Kirchner Food Fellow at the Kirchner Impact Foundation where he is actively evaluating and making impact investment decisions for social enterprises aimed at fighting food insecurity in Central America.
Academic Research, Applied Research, Programming, Data Analysis and Econometric Modelling, Financial Analysis
Krawczyk, Kelly, Brian Ezeonu, and Dabesaki Mac-Ikemenjima. 2022. “An Exploratory Analysis of Cross-National Variations in Pro-Social Behaviors.” Voluntas: The International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. DOI: 10.1007/s11266- 022-00525-z
Ezeonu, Brian and Kelly Krawczyk. 2022. “Lending Corruption and Bank Loan Contracting: Implications for Gender Inequity and Inclusive Growth in Nigeria.” ACE SOAS Consortium Working Paper 41. https://ace.soas.ac.uk/publication/lending-corruption-and- bank-loan-contracting-implications-for-gender-inequity-and-inclusive-growth-in-nigeria/