Selected Publications of Team Members

Member Publications

Dr Omolara Quadri’s publications

Quadri, M.O. (2008a). “Their Programs, Our Programs: Poverty Reduction Strategy in Africa” inItibari M. Zulu and A. Aderemi (Eds.) Global Peace Leadership Summit 2007: Africa and the Diaspora. California. African Diaspora Foundation.pp 147-166.

Quadri, M.O. (2008b). “From Administration to Management: The State and Public Sector Performance in Nigeria” in International Review of Politics and Development IRPAD, Vol 6, No 2.

Quadri, M.O. (2010). “Youth and Poverty in Nigeria: Defining an Agenda for Development” in Legislative Practice Review.Nigerian Journal of Law, Practice and Procedure of Legislature. Vol. 2 No.2.pp 62-75.

Akinboye, S.O. and Quadri, M.O. (2011). “Towards Enhancing Grassroots Participatory Democracy for Sustainable Development in Africa.” In Akinboye, S.O. (Ed.) Perspectives in Africa Crises: The Challenges of Socio-Political and Economic Transformation in the 21st Century. Ibadan. Spectrum Books Limited. pp 160-178.

Quadri, M.O. (2013a). Public Health System and Service Delivery in Nigeria: The Policy Initiatives. Journal of Society, Development and Public Health (JSDPH). Vol. 1, Number 4. pp 78-102.

Quadri. M. O. (2015). Africa’s Health Burden: The Role of the Community in Health Care Delivery. The Journal of Pan African Studies, Vol. 8, No. 1.

 

Dr Olusegun Temilola’s publications

TEMILOLA, Olusegun (2017). Youth Radicalization and Violent Extremism in Nigeria, In: Pius Adejoh and Adisa, Waziri (eds.) Terrorism and Counter Terrorism War in Nigeria, Lagos: University of Lagos Press and Bookshop Limited.

Oyekanmi, F.A.D., Eborka, K., and TEMILOLA, O.M. (2017). Family Patterns in The Context of International Migration: Evidence from Families of International Migrants in Lagos, Nigeria. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, (423) 201-213.

TEMILOLA, O.M (2013). Tattoos among Youths in Yaba Community, Lagos State. Ibadan Journal of Social Sciences, Vol 11, No.1, March 2013, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ibadan

Oyefara, J.L, TEMILOLA, O.M & W.B. Adisa (2013). Male Fertility and Reproductive Health Behavior in Yoruba Society, Nigeria: An Exploratory Study. Lagos: Sociology Department, University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba.

Adejoh, S.O, TEMILOLA, O.M & Bolutife, Olayiwola (2013). Living with Cancer: A
Qualitative Report of the Experiences of Leukaemia Patients in Lagos, Nigeria. Journal of Cancer Education, Springer: US. DOI: 10.1007/s13187-013-0524-7

 

Dr Banji Akinola’s publications

Oriola, Tope, and Olabanji Akinola (2017), “Ideational Dimensions of the Boko Haram Phenomenon.” Studies in Conflict and Terrorism (advanced online version): DOI: 10.1080/1057610X.2017.1338053

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2015), “Boko Haram Insurgency in Nigeria: Between Islamic Fundamentalism, Politics, and Poverty.” African Security, 8.1: 1-29.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2015). “The Political Economy of Chinese and Indian Trade, Aid, and Investments in Nigeria: A Comparative Analysis.” Journal of Asian and African Studies, (advanced online version): DOI: 10.1177/0021909615622338

                                      

Efobi, Uchenna, Olabanji Akinola, and Motunrayo Oshikomaya (2015). “Worker’s Deviant Behaviour in the Business Outfit of a Nigerian University: Situating Policies with Empirics.” Journal of African Business, 16.3: 339-357.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2013). “The Rebirth of a Nation: Nollywood and the Remaking of Modern Nigeria.” The Global South, 7.1: 11-29.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2013). “Global Energy Governance: Making a Case for a World Energy Organization.” Paterson Review of International Affairs, 13: 69-83.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2012). “Social Protection of the Poor in Africa: Whither Conditional Cash Transfers?” Potentia: Journal of International and Public Affairs, 4: 89-93.

 

Gbenga Akinlolu Shadare’s publications

Shadare, G.A. (2008). “Speaking truth to power” – an exploration of the implications of ‘rationality’ in the administration of Public procurement in Nigeria’. Unpublished article.

 

Shadare, G.A. (2010). “Public procurement in Nigeria as a policy tool: a social policy perspective”, Unpublished manuscript/monograph.

 

Shadare, G.A. (2014). ‘The political economy of the Nigerian “welfare regime”- contextualizing the welfare regime in the Nigerian context’, Paper presented at the SIID conference in Sheffield, 2014

 

Shadare, G.A. (2014). ‘Making social protection work in Nigeria’, Paper presented at the workshop on conference on Social Development in Africa held in LSE, London September, 2014.

 

Shadare, G.A (2016). ‘The paradox of conditional cash transfers in a fragile environment – the case of CCTs in Nigeria’, Paper (in draft) to be published in “New Perspectives from the Field” A 3AAG Book project

 

Shadare, G.A. (2015). ‘Social protection in an unstable context: issues and challenges – the case of Nigeria’, Paper presented at the Postgraduate Researchers’ Conference of the Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield, MAY 2015

 

Shadare, G.A., and Akinola, O. (2017). ‘The Sustainable Development Goals and Social Protection in Africa: Towards getting Targets 1.3 right in Nigeria’, Paper presented at the‘, Africa in the Era of Sustainable Development Goals’ conference at The University of Sheffield, June 2017

 

Shadare, G.A. (2017). “Is Nigeria on the cusp of social protection transformation’? Series published on the website of Development Pathways Ltd. Accessible via: http://www.developmentpathways.co.uk/resources/nigerias-socialprotection- cusp-transformation/

 

Shadare, G.A. (2017). “Citizens’ role in the design of social protection and social transfer programmes in developing countries”, Paper presented at the International conference: ‘Doing’ comparative social policy analysis in changing global context”, held at Lingnan University, Hong Kong from December 8th  – 9th 2017.

 

Shadare, G.A. (2017). ‘The role of social services in social protection systems’, Paper published as part of a project undertaken by Triple AG Ltd and Africa@UK Ltd exploring the Evolution of social work and social policy in developing contexts.

 

Shadare, G. A. and Shadare, O.A (2018). ‘The political economy of social protection in Nigeria – A Limited Access Order Analysis’. Paper/manuscript accepted for publication in the next edition of Journal of Contemporary African Studies

 

Dr Oluseyi Shadare’s publications
Articles in National Journals.

Gbenga A. Shadare & Oluseyi Adetunji Shadare (2018). The Political Economy of Social Protection in Nigeria: A Limited Access Orders’ Analysis. Ilorin Journal of Human Resource Management (IJHRM), 2(1), 180-193

Institution: A Publication of the Department of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria.

 

Shadare Oluseyi & Ngwama Justice (2018). Casualisation and Employment Relations: An Overview of National Union of Food, Beverage and Tobacco Employees in Nigeria. College of Business and Social Sciences Journal (CJBASS), 13(1), 37-48

Institution: A Publication of College of Business and Social Sciences, Crawford University, Igbesa-Ogun State, Nigeria.

 

Shadare, Oluseyi A. (2017). Social Security and Social Protection in Nigeria. Perspectives in Business and Human Resource Management. pg. 169-190

Institution: A Publication of Management Sciences, Osun State University, Okuku Campus.

 

Shadare, Oluseyi & Ayantunji Oyelekan. (2017). The workplace and vulnerable groups: Children and young persons, older/aged workers and persons in the informal sector. Perspectives in Business and Human Resource Management. pg.357-380

Institution: A Publication of Management Sciences, Osun State University, Okuku Campus.

 

Chidi, O.C. & Shadare, O. (2017). Philosophical assumptions, research paradigms and methodological consideration in social science research. Unilag Journal of Business, 3(3), 82-99

Institution: Department of Business Administration University of Lagos, Akoka

 

Chidi, Odogwu Christopher & Shadare Oluseyi (2017). Challenges in Managing Human Capital Development in Micro, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Nigeria. McU Journal of Humanities, Management, Applied & Social Sciences, 1(1), 122-140

Institution: A Publication of McPherson University Seriki Sotayo, Ogun State, Nigeria.

 

Mbah, Samuel Emeka & Shadare Oluseyi (2016). Global Economic Meltdown in the Oil and Gas Industry: Implications for Employment and Wealth Creation in Nigeria. Unilag Journal of Business, 2(2), 145-158.

Institution: A Publication of the Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos Nigeria.

 

Francis Anyim, Seyi Shadare & Ayodeji Ilesanmi (2016). Labour market trends and its impediment to achieving decent work agenda in the Nigerian Environment. Unilag Journal of Business, 2(2), 188-208.

Institution: A Publication of the Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos Nigeria.

 

Francis C. Anyim & Oluseyi Shadare (2016). Internal Versus External Staffing in Nigeria: Cost-Benefit Implications. Lasu Journal of Management Sciences, 3(1), 305-322

Institution: A Publication of Faculty of Management Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo Lagos, Nigeria.

 

Shadare, A. Oluseyi (2015). Workers’ Participation in Management: The Nigerian Experience in Comparative Perspective. Nigerian Journal of Management Studies, 14(1) 60-74

Institution: A Publication of the Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos Nigeria.

 

Oluseyi A. Shadare & Kehinde Hassan Bamiwola Esq. (2015). The Legal Environment of Industrial Relations in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal Management Studies, 13(1), 107-118

Institution: A Publication of the Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos Nigeria.

 

Obisi, C., Shadare, S., & Samuel, R. (2014). Management of human capital and utilization: Strategies and challenges. Nigerian Journal of Management Studies, 12(2/2), 204-217.

Institution: A Publication of the Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos Nigeria.

 

Shadare O.A. & Mbah S.E. (2013). Adjustment mechanisms of new workers in industrial organisations: Implications for Nigerian Workers. International Journal of Human Resource Studies, 3(3), 13-23

 

Shadare, O. A. (2011). An overview of the workmen’s (employees’) Compensation Act.  Adewumi F., Olanrewaju J., Rafiq-Alaji F., &Anisha E., (eds.) Furthering Social Protection in Nigeria: Issues and Perspectives Michael Imodu National Institute for Labour Studies (MINILS) Chapter 7, pp. 81-89

Institution: Publication of Micheal Imodu National Institute for labour studies (MINILS)

 

Kester, K.O.; Shadare, O.A.; Gbenro, A.I (2009). Apprenticeship Scheme and Employment Opportunities of Young Traditional Apprentices in Ibadan Metropolis, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Issues, 4(1), 72-91

Institution: Publication of Department of Arts Education, Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba Akoko, Ondo State.

 

Shadare O. A. (2009). Influence of Management Style on Conflict Resolution Effectiveness in Work organizations in South- Western Nigeria. African Journal of Education & Development Studies, 6(1), 54-70.

Institution: Publication of Department of Educational Management, University of Port-Harcourt.

 

Shadare, O. A. (2008). Core labour standards: Key issues and challenges to trade unionism in Nigeria. Adewumi F. & Fajana S. (eds.) Workers’ Rights and Labour Standards in Nigeria. Friedrich Ebert Foundation Chapter 4

Institution: Publication of Friedrich Ebert Stiftung & Department of Industrial Relations & Personnel Management Unilag.

 

Shadare, O.A. (2008). Labour turnover and organisational effectiveness: moderating effect of job dissatisfaction, career mobility and job complexity. Journal of Library and Information Science, 5(1& 2.), 168-184

Institution: Publication of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria

 

Book Chapters

Akinola, Olabanji (2018, forthcoming). “Who is a Child? The Convention on the Right of the Child (CRC), Child Marriage, and the Politics of Human Rights in Nigeria,” in Gabriel Blouin-Genest, Sylvie Paguerot, and Marie-Christine Doran (Eds.), Human Rights as Battlefield: Emergence, Translation, and Contestation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2018, forthcoming). “Old-Age Poverty, Human Rights, and Social Protection for the Elderly in Nigeria,” in Raymond M. Izarali, Oliver Masakure, and Bonny Ibhawoh (Eds.), Human Rights in Africa: Expanding Perspectives. New York: Routledge. 

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2018). “Reinventing African Development Planning in the 21st Century,” in Adebayo Olukoshi (Ed.), Envisioning Development Prospects in Africa. Dakar: Amalion Publishing (In press).

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2017). “Combating Corruption for Development in Nigeria: A Securitization Approach,” in Toyin Falola and Jamaine Abidogun (Eds.), Issues in African Political Economies. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2017). “The Elusive Quest for Peace: Boko Haram and the Hollowness of Nigeria’s Counterinsurgency Strategy and Weak Security Architecture,” in James J. Hentz and Solomon Hussein (eds.), Understanding Boko Haram: Terrorism and Insurgency in Africa. New York: Routledge.

 

Akinola, Olabanji and Mopelolade Ogunbowale (2017). “Re-Centering Culture in the Discourse on Development Administration in Africa: Remedies for Nigeria,” in Gbenga Afolayan and Akeem Ayofe Akinwale (Ed.), Global Perspectives on Development Administration and Cultural Change. Pennsylvania: IGI Global.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2017). “Between Progress, Stasis and Reversals: An Analysis of the Millennium Development Goals in Nigeria,’’ in Manmohan Agarwal, Hany Besada and Leah McMillan (Eds.), Millennium Development Goals: Achievement, Economic Growth, and Social Activism. Bristol: Policy Press.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2014). “Federalist Deliberative Democracy in Nigeria: Prospects and Challenges,” in Juan Esteban Ugarriza and Didier Caluwerts (Eds.), Democratic Deliberation in Deeply Divided Societies: From Conflict to Common Ground. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2013). “Africa’s Third Independence: a sine qua non for Development,” in Nathan Andrews, N. Ernest Khalema, Temitope Oriola, and Isaac Odoom (Eds.), Africa Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow: Exploring the Multi-dimensional Discourses on ‘Development.’ Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing Ltd.

Book Reviews

Akinola, Olabanji (2016). Review of Marito Garcia and Charity M.T. Moore’s, The Cash Dividend: The Rise of Cash Transfer Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa (2012), in Canadian Journal of Development Studies 37(1): 125-127.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2016). Review of SakahSaidu Mahmud’s, Sharia or Shura: The Contending Approaches to Muslim Politics in Nigeria and Senegal. The Social Science Research Council (SSRC) African Peacebuilding Network Project, Kujenga Amani. Published March 10, 2016. Available at http://forums.ssrc.org/kujenga-amani/2016/03/10/sharia-or-shura-contending-approaches-to-muslim-politics-in-nigeria-and-senegal-by-sakah-saidu-mahmud/#.VwzIiI-cHIU

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2013). Review of AbouJeng’s (2012), Peacebuilding in the African Union: Law, Philosophy, and Practice. The Social Science Research Council (SSRC) African Peacebuilding Network Project, Kujenga Amani. Published January 16, 2013. Available at: http://forums.ssrc.org/kujenga-amani/2013/01/16/peacebuilding-in-the-african-union-law-philosophy-and-practice-by-abou-jeng/

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2013). Review of Jeffrey Herbst and Greg Mills’s (2012), Africa’s Third Liberation: The New Search for Prosperity and Jobs, in International Journal, 68 (2013): 411-413.

 

Policy briefs

Akinola, Olabanji (2016). “Conditional Cash Transfers in Africa: Limitations and Potentials.” Southern Africa Social Protection Experts Network (SASPEN) Policy Brief series 6/2016. Available at:  http://www.saspen.org/brief/SASPENbrief-2016-6-Akinola.pdf

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2016), “Rethinking the Design and Implementation of Nigeria’s COPE CCT Programme.” UNDP International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth. One Pager policy brief series, No. 330. Available at: http://www.ipc-undp.org/pub/eng/OP330_Rethinking_the_design_and_implementation_of_Nigeria_s_COPE.pdf

 

Popoola, Labode, Olabanji Akinola, and Olawale Olayide (2014). “Building Bridges: Towards Inclusive Intergenerational Leadership for Sustainable Development in Africa.” Policy Brief, Issue 2, July 2014. Centre for Sustainable Development, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. Available at: http://cesdev.ui.edu.ng/sites/default/files/cesdevpolicybrief2014.pdf

 

Media Interviews

Interviewed on the Rights of Women and Children in Nigeria by Nozhan Etezad of Jamie Pouya (the Active Society) Magazine. Published in Jamie Pouya Number 1. Pages, 66-67, 2015.

 

Interviewed on 2015 General Elections in Nigeria by Yasin Yaylar of Strategic Outlook. Available at http://www.strategicoutlook.org/africa/news-interview-on-nigeria-election-with-olabanji-akinola-by-yasin-yaylar.html

 

Report, Working Papers, and Online Essays

Akinola, Olabanji (2017). “Beyond Maiduguri: Understanding Boko Haram’s Rule in Rural Communities of Northeastern Nigeria.” POMEPS Studies 27, pp. 70 – 73.

 

Efobi, Uchenna, Olabanji Akinola, and Motunrayo Oshikomaya (2015). “Worker’s Deviant Behaviour in the Business Outfit of a Nigerian University: Situating Policies with Empirics.” The Association of African Young Economist (AAYE) Policy Research Working Paper Series. Vol. 3. No. 28.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2014). “Refilling the Vacuum: Responding to the Boko Haram Insurgency.” The Social Science Research Council (SSRC) African Peacebuilding Network Project, Kujenga Amani. Published February 25, 2014. Available at http://forums.ssrc.org/kujenga-amani/2014/02/25/refilling-the-vacuum-responding-to-the-boko-haram-insurgency/

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2014). “Nigeria’s COPE CCT programme and its premature’ graduation strategy, any hope for participants’ human capital development?” Contribution to ‘povertics’ Institute of Development Studies, UK, Vulnerability and Poverty Reduction research team’s blog on Graduation and Social Protection, 8 May 2014. Available at http://vulnerabilityandpoverty.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/nigerias-cope-cct-programme-and-its.html

 

Stefan Kuuskne, Ingebord Aase MorkKnutsen, AmprofiAgyemang, Alexandra Lamb, Olabanji Akinola, Sustainable Water Use and Management: Leadership for Positive Changed Management, Official Report of the GIWEH/UNEP Symposium May 2009.

              

Theses and Dissertations

Akinola, Olabanji (2017). Governing Social Protection in Developing Countries through Community-Based Targeting Mechanisms: A Case Study of Nigeria’s “In Care of the People” Conditional Cash Transfer Programme. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Political Science and International Development Studies Dissertation. University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Available at: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/10424

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2011). Securitizing Corruption for Development in Nigeria: An Agenda for Action. Master of Arts (M.A.) Major Research Paper. University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2010). The Patterns of Chinese and Western Trade, Aid, and Investments in Africa: A Comparison. Master of Arts (M.A.) in International Studies (specialization: Political Science) Thesis. Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland.

 

Akinola, Olabanji (2007). Nigeria in a Globalized World. Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Political Science Thesis. University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.

 

Articles in International Journals.

George, O., Shadare, O.A, & Owoyemi, O.A. (2012). Military intervention in the   politics: A ‘timed bomb’ waiting to explode? The avowal of a new management elites. International Journal of Business, Humanities & Technology, 2(5), 191-198

Institution: A Publication of Center for Promoting Ideas (CPI), USA

 

George, O., Shadare, O.A, & Owoyemi, O.A. (2012). Impact of national culture on the code of ethics among senior staff in the Nigerian Public Service. The case of Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) International Journal of Social Science Tomorrow, 1(7), 1-7

 

Shadare O.A., & Elegbede S. T. (2012). Graduate unemployment In Nigeria: Causes, effects, remedies.  British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 5(2), 142-154

 

Shadare O. A., Faniran J.O., & Adigun D. (2012). Some psychological factors as predictors of perceived workers’ productivity in private organizations in Nigeria. Business and Social Sciences Review, 1(11), 4-17

 

Sola Fajana & Oluseyi A. Shadare, (2012). Workplace relations, social dialogue and political milieu in Nigeria. International Journal of Business Administration, 3(1), 75-83

Institution: A Publication of Journal of Business Administration.

 

Anyim C.F, & Shadare O.A, (2011). A Markovian Analysis of the Performance of the Statutory Disputes Settlement Mechanisms in Nigeria 1968-2004. European Journal for Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, 38, 127-137

 

Anyim C.F, Ikemefuna C.O. & Shadare O.A, (2011). Management of trade unions in Nigeria under a recessionary economy. Asian Journal of Business & Management Sciences, 1(8), 01-08.

 

Chidi O.C., & Shadare O. A. (2011). Influence of Host Community on Industrial Relations Practices and Policies. A Survey of Agbara Community and Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN). Journal of International Education Research, 7(3), 39-48.

Institution: Clute Institute United State of America (USA).

 

Chidi O.C., & Shadare O. A. (2011). Managing human capital development in Small & Medium Sized Enterprises for sustainable national development in Nigeria. International Journal of Management and Information Systems, 15(2), 95-104

Institution: Clute Institute United State of America (USA).

 

Kester, K.O. & Shadare, O.A. (2011). Will they or will they not change? The application of games show training method to attitudinal change among trade union leaders in Nigeria. India Journal of Adult Education, 72(3), 48-63.

 

Ogunyomi P. O., Shadare O. A. & Chidi, O.C. (2011). Current trends and future directions of human resource management practices: A Review of Literature. European Journal for Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences (EJEFAS.), 29, 19-25

 

Owoyemi O.A., Shadare O.A., Anyim C.F, & Badejo E. (2011). Investigating the effects of training on employees’ commitment: An empirical study of a discount house in Nigeria.  Asian Journal of Business and Management Sciences, 1(11), 26-32

 

Shadare O. A. (2011). Managerial capacity and perceived workers’ productivity in industrial organizations in Nigeria. International Business and Economics Research Journal, 10(4),83-90

Institution: Clute Institute United State of America (USA).

 

Shadare O. A., Chidi O.C., Owoyemi O. A. (2011). Gender influences on managerial style and conflict resolution effectiveness in work organizations in South Western Nigeria. International Journal of Business Administration, 2 (1), 54-60

 

Shadare O. A. (2011). Management style and demographic factors as predictors of managerial efficiency in work organizations in Nigeria.  International Business and Economics Research Journal, 10, (7), 101-110

Institution: Clute Institute United State of America (USA)

 

Shadare O. A. (2010). Influence of workers’ training programmes on conflict reduction in industrial organizations in Nigeria. African Journal of Business Management, 4(7), 1240-1246 

 

Shadare O.A. & Hammed T. A. (2009). Influence of work motivation, leadership effectiveness and time Management on employees’ performance in some selected Industries in Ibadan, Oyo- State Nigeria. European Journal for Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, 16, 7-17

 

Shadare, O.A. (2006). The influence of career commitment and work-family role conflict on managerial efficiency among managers in work organisations in Nigeria. African Journal of Educational Productivity & Contemporary Issues, 5 (11), 150-156

 

Dr Michael Odijie’s publications

Odijie, M. E. (2017). Sustainability winners and losers in business-biased cocoa sustainability programmes in West Africa. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, pp.1-14.
 

Odijie, M. E. (2016). Oil and democratisation in Ghana. Review of African Political Economy44(153), pp.476-486

 

Odijie, M. E. (2016). Diminishing returns and agricultural involution in Côte d'Ivoire's cocoa sector. Review of African Political Economy43(149), pp.504-517.

 

Odijie, M.E (2018). Economic Partnership Agreement and Sensitive Products: The Danger for Industrial Policy ‘incoordination’ Journal of Contemporary African Studies. 2018

 

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