Oghenovo Adewale Obrimah
Dr. Oghenovo Obrimah holds a Ph.D. in Business & Management with concentration in Finance, and sub-concentration in Economics from the RH Smith School of Business of the University of Maryland, College Park, USA. He holds a BSc, with First Class Honors (equivalent of Summa Cum Laude) in Mathematics, was awarded a Pre-doctoral Fellowship for the study of Economics from 1999 to 2000 by Yale University, and has worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC. In wake of the mortgage crisis, Dr. Obrimah assisted Fannie Mae with assessments of the robustness of measures for the risk of Mortgage Backed Securities (MBS). Currently, his teaching interests include but are not limited to investments, economic development, microeconomics and risk management.
<,p>Dr. Obrimah’s research is well cited and published in reputable journals, such as Journal of Economics and Business, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, African Development Review, Social Sciences & Humanities Open, SN Business & Economics, Annals of Financial Economics and Finance Research Letters.
Currently, and for the preceding contiguous six years, he has been ranked as a top 10% researcher on the reputable Social Science Research Network (SSRN), owned by Elsevier. His research interests are inclusive of, Venture Capital, Financial Markets, Financial Intermediation, Economic Development, Microeconomic Theory, Risk Management, and Finance Theory. His portfolio of more than 100 publicly available research studies is accessible via his growkudos research profile.
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On the mitigation of valuation uncertainty risk: the importance of a robust proxy for the “cumulative state of market incompleteness”
The author put forwards a means to mitigate asset risk and valuation uncertainty risk which relies on investors conditioning valuations of new assets on a dynamically evolving intertemporal mechanism