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Hi I'm Dr. ADEGBEMI ONAKOYA

Associate Professor

Dr. Onakoya is an Associate Professor (Macro economics), Department of Economics, Babcock University Ilishan-Remo. He is an internationally certified expert in development economics and business transformation. He was the Secretary to the Ogun State, a Nigerian Sub- national government (2008-2011). He has acquired varied experience from the major sectors of the economy including academia, banking, manufacturing, oil & gas services, telecommunications and government. As at September 24, his 63 academic publications have been viewed 55,902 and downloaded 4,025 times in 175 countries (http://babcockuni.academia.edu/adegbemionakoya).

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PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATION TITLE
Exchange Rate, Trade Balance and Growth In Nigeria: An Asymmetric Cointegration Analysis
Poverty and trade liberalization: empirical evidence from 21 African countries
TRADE LIBERALI ZATION AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN NIGERIA.
Trade Openness and Employment Growth in Nigeria
ECONOMIC GROWTH AND MACROECONOMIC DYNAMICS IN NIGERIA
Value Added Agricultural Output and Macroeconomic Dynamics in the Nigerian Economy
Exchange Rate and Trade Balance: The Case for J-curve Effect in Nigeria
LATEST GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FLOWS IN NIGERIA: THE ROLE OF MARKET SIZE
Taxation revenue and economic growth in Africa
Tax Revenue Performance, Trade Liberalization and Macroeconomic Variables in Sub-Saharan Africa
Infrastructural Decay in Sub-Saharan Africa Evidence from the Nigerian Manufacturing Sector
TAXATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA
FOREIGN AID AND GOVERNMENT EXPANSION: EVIDENCE FROM LOW AND MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRIES
Oil Price Fluctuations and Output Performance in Nigeria: a Var Approach
An empirical analysis of transport infrastructure investment and economic growth in Nigeria
Agriculture and intersectoral linkages and their contribution to Nigerian economic growth
Oil Discovery and Sectoral Performance in Nigeria: An Appraisal of the Dutch Disease
Impact of Economic Reform on the Nigerian Telecommunications Sector
DOES MONETARY POLICY INFLUENCE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA?
Small and Medium Scale Enterprises Financing and Economic Growth in Nigeria
ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND NIGERIAN ECONOMIC GROWTH: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS
Policy Mix, Convergence and Growth in ECOWAS Countries
Capital Market Development: A Spur to Economic Growth in Nigeria
STOCK MARKET VOLATILITY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA (1980-2010)
ENTREPRENEURSHIP, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH
Macroeconomic Implication of Currency Management in Nigeria: A Synthesis of the Literature
Foreign Direct Investments and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Disaggregated Sector Analysis
Macroeconomic Convergence and Growth in ECOWAS Countries
MICRO CREDIT AS A TOOL FOR POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA
Empirical Analysis of Twins’ Deficits in Nigeria
Informal Sector and Employment Generation in Nigeria: An Error Correction Model
Does Foreign Aid Accelerate Economic Growth? An Empirical Analysis for Nigeria
Trade Openness and Manufacturing Sector Growth: An Empirical Analysis for Nigeria
Investment in Telecommunications Infrastructure and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Multivariate Approach
Bankruptcy and Insolvency: An Exploration of Relevant Theories
Financial Markets Integration: Appraising the Developed and Emerging Markets Nexus
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND BANK PERFORMANCE: A POOLED STUDY OF SELECTED BANKS IN NIGERIA
Tax planning and financial performance of Nigerian manufacturing companies.
Intellectual Entrepreneurship: Theories, Purpose and Challenges
THE COMMON THREAD AMONGST ENTREPRENEUR, MANAGER AND CAPITALIST: A THEORETICAL APPROACH
Does Corporate Social Responsibility Improve Financial Performance of Financial Performance of Nigerian Firms? Empirical Evidence from Triangulation Analysis
Test of the Tourism-Led Economic Growth Hypothesis in Nigeria
FOREIGN AID AND ECONOMIC GROWTH NEXUS IN NIGERIA: A JOHANSEN CO-INTEGRATION APPROACH
Infrastructure and economic growth in Nigeria: A multivariate approach
DOES MANUFACTURING REALLY MATTER FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE NIGERIAN CASE? A CONFIRMATORY TEST OF KALDORIAN FIRST GROWTH LAW
CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH NEXUS: THE NIGERIAN PARODY
TESTING THE VALIDITY OF WAGNER’S LAW IN NIGERIA: EVIDENCE FROM NONLINEAR CAUSALITY
THE KALDOR -VERDOORN'S LAW ON MANUFACTURING: TEST OF THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE
PHILLIPS CURVE TRIANGULAR MODEL: A RENEWED CASE FOR NIGERIA
Inclusive Growth and Poverty Alleviation: The Ogun State, Nigerian SubNational Experiments
SERVICE SECTOR ROLE IN THE CONTEXT OF INTERSECTORAL LINKAGES: THE CASE FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA
OKUN'S LAW: A THREE-NATION CONFORMANCE INVESTIGATION (Case of Nigeria, South Africa and the United States of America)
TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND TRAVEL DEMAND: THE NIGERIAN PERSPECTIVE IN RELATION TO ECONOMIC GROWTH
Contributions of Manufacturing in the Context of Intersectoral Linkages to Economic Growth in Nigeria
THE STABILITY OF MONEY DEMAND FUNCTION: RENEWED EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA
ISLAMIC MICROFINANCE AS A POVERTY ALLEVIATION TOOL: EXPECTATIONS FROM OGUN, NIGERIAN SUB - NATIONAL STATE
Performance Efficiency between Conventional Banks and Islamic Banks in the United Kingdom
Selected Theories of Economic Growth
Women in Purdah and Inclusive Growth
KALDOR’S FIRST GROWTH LAW IN INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS
External Debt and Nigerian Economic Growth Connection: Evidence from Autoregressive Distributed Lag Approach
THE EXTENDED BALANCE OF PAYMENT CONSTRAINED GROWTH MODEL AND NIGERIA’S LONG-RUN GROWTH PERFORMANCE
Fiscal Policy Variables-Growth Effect: Hypothesis Testing
ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH NEXUS: EVIDENCE FROM 21 AFRICAN COUNTRIES
The Impact of Public Capital Expenditure and Economic Growth in Nigeria
MONETARY POLICY AND THE SUSTAINABILITY OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN NIGERIA
Macroeconomic Dynamics and the Manufacturing Output in Nigeria