Chinyere Emmanuel Egbe


Areas of Expertise
  • Applied Statistics in Business
  • Survey Statistics

Dr. Emmanuel Egbe (BSBA, MBA, MA, PhD), an economist, is a tenured full professor of business at Medgar Evers College (CUNY) and was educated at the University of Tulsa, in Oklahoma and Washington State University in Pullman. During his tenure at Medgar Evers College, Dr. Egbe held various positions including deputy chairperson (1992-97) and Dean of the School of Business (1997-2002). While he was dean, he led the School to gain national accreditation through the Accreditation Council for Schools of Business (ACBSP) and to reaffirm accreditation in 2014. He additionally established a new degree in financial economics. Dr. Egbe has also been involved in local economic development and completed surveys and on the economic development of the Crown Heights neighborhood around Medgar Evars College for which he received two certificates of congressional recognition. Other notable projects include the Transportation and Job Access study in Brooklyn and Queens, NY.

Dr. Egbe is also actively involved in accreditation and educational improvement and served as regional president (Region 1) of the ACBSP and in the council of regional presidents. Dr. Egbe is also an avid student of military history and the history of human conflicts.


BUS 210 - Business Mathematics

Academic Programs

Undergraduate Program

Business, General Education

Recent News

Globalization and Economic Stability: An Insight from the Rocket and Feather Hypothesis in Pakistan

February 24, 2023


Dr. Chinyere Emmanuel Egbe, a faculty member in the CUNY SPS online business programs, has co-published the article "Globalization and Economic Stability: An Insight from the Rocket and Feather Hypothesis in Pakistan" in the journal Sustainability.
Cover of Dr. Egbe book "Elephants, The Grass, and a Teacher"

In New Memoir, CUNY SPS Business Faculty Reflects Back on Nigerian Civil War

August 26, 2022

In this Q&A, Dr. Egbe discusses his book Elephants, The Grass, and a Teacher: Recollections and Reflections on the Nigeria / Biafra War.

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