Godfrey C. Ejimakor

TitleProfessor

DepartmentAgribusiness, Applied Economics, and Agriscience Education

Phone336-285-4834

Fax336-334-7793

Emailejimakor@ncat.edu

OfficeCarver Hall
Room: 167

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Godfrey C. Ejimakor

Education

Ph D: Agricultural Economics, Texas Tech University, 1989

MS: Ag. Economics (Production Economics), North Carolina A&T State University, 1984

BS: economics, North Carolina A&T State University, 1980


Research Interests

agricultural marketing, urban food systems, natural and environmental resources


Recent Publications

Ejimakor,  Godfrey  Quaicoe,  Obed  Asiseh,  Fafanyo  ( 2017).  Agricultural Factor Use and Substitution in the Southeastern United States.    Studies in Agricultural Economics.

Hardy,  Deric  Ejimakor,  Godfrey  Quaicoe,  Obed  ( 2017).  Exploring the Food Expenditure Patterns of College Students.    European Scientific Journal.

Amoakon,  Joel  Ejimakor,  Godfrey  Hardy,  Deric  ( 2017).  Food Sources and Preferences of College students. .    European Scientific Journal.

Ayad,  Amira  El-Rab,  Deiaa  Shahbazi,  Abolghasem  Worku,  Mulumebet  Schimmel,  Keith  Ejimakor,  Godfrey  Zimmerman,  Tahl  Ibrahim,  Salam  ( 2016).  Using date palm by-products to cultivate Lactobacilllus reuteri spp..  No    Journal of Food Research.

Ejimakor,  Godfrey  Adu-Nyako,  Kofi  ( 2014).  Consumer Preference for US Food Products in Ghana..  ( 1,  45,  pp. 1).   Food Distribution Research Society.

Ejimakor,  Godfrey  Adu-Nyako,  Kofi  ( 2014).  Vendor and Consumer Differences in Perceptions of Food Quality in Ghana.  ( 1,  45,  pp. 1).   Food Distribution Research Society.

Ejimakor,  Godfrey  Quaicoe,  Obed  Asiseh,  Fafanyo  Input Use and Substitution in Agriculture in Southeastern United States.    Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics .

Ejimakor,  Godfrey  Quaicoe,  Obed  Temporal Allocation of Agricultural Inputs in the Southeastern U.S.. 

Quaicoe,  Obed  Ejimakor,  Godfrey  Input Use and Substitution in Southeastern United States Agriculture.