School Of Management Technology

MEET THE DEAN.

1. Name in full: Akinloye F. Lawal

2. State of origin and nationality: Oyo State and Nigerian

3. Marital status, number and ages of children: Married; 4(22, 20, 18 & 16 years)

4. Religion and denomination: Christianity (Christ Apostolic Church)

5. Current postal/contact address: Department of Project Management Technology, School of Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. Phone Number: 08033739655 Email: aflawal@futa.edu.ng

6. Permanent Address: Plot 14, Block LX, Oba-Ile Housing Estate, Oba-Ile, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria

7. Institutions attended with dates: a. The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria 2001-2005 b. The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria 1995-1999 c. University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria 1997-1998 d. Ondo State University, Ado- Ekiti, Nigeria 1986-1990 e. Ilaje High School, Igbokoda, Nigeria 1979-1984

8. Educational qualifications with dates: a. Ph.D. Management Science, with Specialisation in b. Finance and Entrepreneurship 2005 c. Master of Business Administration (MBA) 1999 d. M.Sc. Finance (CGPA = 4.1) 1998 e. B.Sc. Banking and Finance (Second Class, Honours) Upper Div.(CGPA= 5.08/6.0) 1990 f. West African School Certificate (Ordinary Level) 1984 g. General Certificate in Education (O/L) 1985

9. Professional qualifications with dates: a. Associate Member (ACIM) Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (Chartered-A.00459) 1999 10. Membership of professional bodies: a. Association of Entrepreneurship Scholars 2019 b. Member, The Academy of Management Nigeria (TAMN/FIM/2017/502) 2018 c. Fellow (NSFR), Nigerian Society for Financial Research 2014 d. Fellow (FCAA), The Institute of Corporate Auditors and Accountants 2013 e. Fellow (F.ICA), Institute of Corporate Affairs Management 2005 f. Fellow ( FCCAN), Institute of Company and Commercial Accountants of Nigeria 1999 g. Associate Member (ACIM), Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (Chartered)A.00459 1999 h. Associate Member (AMNIM), Nigerian Institute of Management (34945) 1995

11. Distinctions and awards with dates: Research Grants and other Grants

(a) National

  • Ph.D Grant, by OSOPADEC/Ondo State Government, Nigeria 2005
  • Travel Grant to Ireland, by TETfund, 2014
  • Travel Grant to India by TETfund, 2015
  • Travel Grant to United Kingdom by TETfund, 2016
  • Tertiary Education Fund (TETFUND) (N1,700,000.00) 2018

(b) International

  • Travel Grant to Canada, by the Canadian International Development Agency (2008)
  • Travel Grant to Sweden, by the Swedish International Development Agency (2011)
  • Travel Grant to Uganda, International Development Research Centre (IDRC), 2012
  • Travel Grant to Ghana, by Danish government’s Building Stronger University (BSU)
  • initiative and the Global Entrepreneurship Research Association (GERA), 2013
  • Travel Grant to Zambia, by International Development Research Centre (IDRC)/Global
  • Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), 2013
  • Travel Grant to Ethiopia, by International Development Research Centre (IDRC) 2014

Other Awards

  • Best Professor of Banking and Finance in Africa for 2015 by Africa Education Leadership Awards, Mauritius, East Africa.
  • Award of Excellence, for outstanding contributions to the development of the CooperativeSociety, by ASUU Multipurpose Cooperative Society LTD, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State - 2012.
  • Award of Excellence in recognition of the positive commitment towards the development of education in Nigeria by the National Association of Ilaje Students, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo Chapter (NAIS-RUPIGO) - 2008.
  • Award of Excellence in acknowledgment of the support and selfless services towards the growth and sustenance of humanity by Banking and Finance Students’ Association, AAUA, (BAFINSA) - 2007.
  • The Most Principled Lecturer of the Year by the Banking and Finance Students’ Association, University of Ado Ekiti - 1999.

Commendations

  • Congratulatory message by the Vice Chancellor for the excellent performance displayed by the students of the Department of Banking and Finance as the best graduating students in 2010 and 2011 Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria Examinations:
  • PAR(VC), AAUA. AAUA/VC/06/14/Vol. II/161 Special commendation for steadfastness and commitment to good cause of the University by Prof. J. A. Fuwape, Vice Chancellor, FUTA. VC.MISC/229
  • Letter of commendation in appreciation of fund raising accomplishments towards the development of the School of Management Technology and the University by Dr. (Mrs.) M.O. Ajayi, Registrar, FUTA. FUTA/REG/CA/1224
  • Congratulatory message on the award as the Best Professor in Banking and Finance in Africa for the year 2015 by the African Leadership Awards: Dr. (Mrs.) M.O. Ajayi, Registrar, FUTA. FUTA/REG/COM/225.

12. Statement of Work Experience: (a) Career Development in the University:

  • Graduate Assistant Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko 1995 - 1998
  • Assistant Lecturer Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko 1998 - 2001
  • Lecturer II Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko 2001 - 2003
  • Lecturer I Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko 2003 - 2006
  • Senior Lecturer Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko 2006 - 2009
  • Reader Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko 2009 - 2012
  • Professor Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko 2012 - 2015
  • Professor The Federal University of Technology, Akure 2015 -to date

(b) Director/Dean/Chairman/Membership of Committees 1. Director, Advancement Centre, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria (FUTA) (1st September, 2019-to-date). 2. Dean, School of Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria (FUTA) (1st Oct. 2015-to- 31st July, 2019). 3. Chairman, FUTA Filling Station Stock-Taking Committee, 2018. 4. Chairman, Committee on the Proposal to Raise Fund for FUTA, 2018. 5. Member, Task Force on Rebranding FUTA as Centre of Research and Innovation, 2017 6. Member, Task Force on University Funding and Capital Base, FUTA, 2017. 7. Member, Task Force on Implementation of Strategic Plan/Needs Assessment Report, FUTA, 2017. 8. Director, Linkages and International Programmes Office, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, AAUA (Feb. 2014- 2015). 9. Member, Capital Campaign Planning Committee, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (2013 – to-2015) 10. Member, Work Study Scheme Review Committee, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (2013-2015). 11. Senate Representative on the Search Team for the Appointment of a new Vice Chancellor, AAUA, 2014. 12. Senate Representative on the Selection Board for the Appointment of a new University Librarian, AAUA, 2014. 13. Head, Department of Banking and Finance, AAUA (1999-2012) 14. Member, Board of Survey, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (2013-to-2015). 15. Chairman, Students Union Electoral Committee, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (2009/2010). 16. Member, University Advancement Planning Committee, AAUA (2010). 17. Member, Committee on Wealth Creation, AAUA, (2008). 18. Member, Faculty Accreditation Task Force, AAUA (2007). 19. Member, University’s Entrepreneurial Committee AAUA, (2007). 20. Member, University Business Development Advisory Committee, AAUA (2006). 21. Member, University Development Committee, AAUA (2006). 22. Member, Committee for the Preparation of Feasibility Report on the University Consultancy Unit, AAUA.

(c) Some Courses Taught at the University Level

(i) Undergraduate Level:

  • Public Finance
  • Financial System
  • Financial Management
  • Corporate Finance
  • Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Entrepreneurial Skills
  • Research Methodology
  • Feasibility Study and Report

(ii) Postgraduate Level:

  • Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Business Environment
  • Financial Management
  • Corporate Finance
  • Management Information System

13. Postgraduate Supervision: (a) Masters Degree: i. Kayode Olawale F. (Mat. No. 079506017) – Effect of Credit Risk on Banks Performance in Nigeria (M.Sc), Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (Completed) ii. Adeyefa Felix A. (Mat. No. 079506005) – Causes of Bank Distress and its Effect on Nigerin Economy (M.Sc.), Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (Completed) iii. Ogunleye Olufemi O. Effect of Banks Lending on Domestic Private Investment in Nigeria. (M.Sc.), Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (Completed) iv. Adeyemo Mayowa O. (PMT/15/5277) – Assessment of Resources Management in Construction Project Delivery in Lagos, Nigeria. Federal University of Technology, Akure (Completed) v. Yusuf Rasheed A. (PMT/95/7253) Cost Management and Project Success Rate in Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry. Federal University of Technology, Akure (Completed) vi. Bayo-Ilawole, Abike Justina (PMT/15/6510) Assessment of Road Infrastructure Financing in Ondo State, Nigeria. Federal University of Technology, Akure (Completed) vii. Adepoju Titilope F. (MGS/16/1049) – Credit Risk Management and the Financial Performance of Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria. Federal University of Technology, Akure. (Completed) viii. Oni Anthonia O. (MGS/16/1056) – Micro-credit Schemes and the Performance of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Ondo State, Nigeria. Federal University of Technology, Akure (Completed)

(b) Ph.D. Degree: i. Elumaro Adegboyega J. (Mat. No 149510006) Card Frauds and Customers Confidence in Alternative Banking Channels in South-West, Nigeria. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (Completed)

ii. Adeyefa Felix A. (Mat. No. 149510008) – Financial Deepening and the Performance of Manufacturing Firms in Nigeria . Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (Completed) iii. Faloye Bukola A. (Mat. No. 149510002) Earning Announcement and Stock Prices of Quoted Deposit Money Banks in a Recessionary Economy: The Nigerian Case. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (Completed) iv. Akinbobola Akinpelumi D. (Mat. No. 149510003) Trade Credit Dynamic on Profitability of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in South West, Nigeria. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (Completed) v. Iriobe Grace O. (PMT/15/5673) Effect of Foreign Portfolio Investment on the Performance of the Nigerian Stock Market. Federal University of Technology, Akure. (Completed) vi. Afolabi Taofeek S. (MGS/16/1393) Credit Risk Management and Loan Performance of Microfinance Banks in South-western Nigeria. Federal University of Technology, Akure (On-going)

15. Academic related services to the nation and the university system: (a) Undergraduate External Examination:

  • University of Lagos, Lagos
  • Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma
  • Redeemer’s University, Ede, Osun State.
  • Achievers University, Owo, Ondo State.
  • Osun State University, Osogbo
  • Covenant University, Ota
  • Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekit
  • Wesley University of Science and Technology, Ondo

(b) Postgraduate External Examination:

  • Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State. 12 M.Sc. and 6 Ph.D Theses
  • Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife 7 M.Sc. and 1 Ph.D Theses
  • University of Kwazulu-Nata, South Africa 2 Ph.D Thes
  • Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye 2 Ph.D Theses
  • Covenant University, Ota 3 Ph.D Theses

(c) Sabbatical/Adjunct Lecturer in other Universities

  • Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State (2009-2011)
  • Associate Professor (Sabbatical), Redeemer’s University, Mowe, Ogun State (2012/2013 session)
  • Adjunct Lecturer (Reader), Department of Project Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Akure (First and Second Semesters, 2010/2011 Session).

(d) Readership and Professorship Assessments

  • Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko 2 assessments
  • Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife 3 assessments
  • University of Ilorin 1 assessment
  • Covenant University, Ota 2 assessments
  • Ladoke Akintola University, Ogbomoso 3 assessments
  • Federal University of Technology, Akure 1 assessment
  • Kogi State University, Anyimgba 1 assessment
  • Rivers State University, Port-Harcourt 2 assessments
  • Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti 2 assessments
  • University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom 1 assessment

(e) Experience in Fund Raising

  • The sum of N500,000.00 (five hundred thousand naira) was raised for the SMAT Annual Lecture,
  • FUTA in 2015, as Dean of the School.
  • The sum of N1,000,000.00 (one million naira) was raised for the roofing of SMAT walk-way at the 2016 Annual Lecture, as the Dean.
  • The sum of N10,000,000.00 (ten million) was raised for the building of SMAT Annex at the 2017 Annual Lecture, as the Dean.
  • Donation of building Complex worth over N300,000,000.00 (three hundred million naira) by the Igbara-Oke community to the University during 2017 SMAT Annual lecture.

The sum of N1,700,000.00 (one million, seven hundred thousand naira) was raised for the Mike Tayo-Ojo Memorial English Assembly, Christ Apostolic Church, Oke-Igan, Akure, for 2018, as the Chairman, Anniversary Committee.

(f) Membership of National Universities Commission (NUC) Accreditation Team

  • Member, Ad-hoc Accreditation Panel, Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port-Harcourt, 2015.
  • Member, Ad-hoc Accreditation Panel, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Unugu, 2017.
  • Member, Ad-hoc Accreditation Panel, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Uli, 2017.
  • Member, Ad-hoc Accreditation Panel, Gregory University, Uturu, 2017.
  • Member, Ad-hoc Accreditation Panel, Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi, 2018.
  • Member, Ad-hoc Accreditation Panel, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 2018.

(g) Membership of International Entrepreneurship Organisations

  • Team Member, Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), (Part of the Global Entrepreneurship
  • Research Association), Babson College, Forest St. Wellesley, MA 02481, United States, 2012.
  • Nigerian Representative, Global University Entrepreneurial Spirit Students’ Survey (GUESSS), University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, 2013.

(h) Editorial/Reviewer Assignments for Journals and Conferences

  • Assessor/ Reviewer, Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship, The Journal of the Canadian Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Regina, Regina, SK, Canada.
  • Assessor/Reviewer, Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, University of Regina, Regina, SK, Canada.
  • Workshop and Paper Reviewer, 53rd International Council for Small Business (ICSB) World Conference, with the theme, “Advancing Small Business and Entrepreneurship: From Research to Results”. St. Mary’s University, Halifax, Noval Scotia, Canada; 22nd – 25th June, 2008.
  • Session Moderator, 53rd International Council for Small Business (ICSB) World Conference, with the
  • theme, “Advancing Small Business and Entrepreneurship: From Research to Results”. St. Mary’s University, Halifax, Noval Scotia, Canada; 22nd – 25th June, 2008.
  • Workshop and Paper Reviewer, 56th International Council for Small Business (ICSB) World
  • Conference, with the theme, “Back to the Future: Changes in Perspectives of Global Entrepreneurship and Innovation”, Stockholm, Sweden; 15th – 18th June 2011. Editor-in-Chief, FUTA Journal of Management and Technology (2015 - to- date).

16. Important Conferences/workshop attended with dates and/or Papers Presented a. Education Trust Fund (ETF) Capacity Building Workshop for Lecturers of University in Nigeria, at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, 11-15 September, 2006. b. Olutunla, G.T. & Obamuyi, T. M. (2007). Impact of Commercial Banks’ Lending on the Performance of Small and medium Enterprises in Nigeria. 52nd International Council of Small Business (ICSB) World Conference at University of Economics, Turku, Finland, 12 -15 June, 2007. Theme: At Crossroads of East and West: New Opportunities for entrepreneurship and Small Businesses. c. Obamuyi, T. M. (2007). Entrepreneurship Performance and Micro-Credit Schemes in Nigeria: An Exploratory Study. 30th Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) Conference, hosted by Heriot-Watt University, Glasgow, Scotland, 7-9 November, 2007. Theme: Stimulating Smarter Successful Small Businesses World-Wide. d. Obamuyi, T. M. (2008). Government Policies and the Challenges to Private Sector Development in Nigeria. First Annual International Forum on Sustainable Private Sector Development, hosted by the Dalhouse University, Halifax, Noval Scotia, Canada, 20th – 21st June, 2008. Theme: Growing Inclusive Market (GIM). e. Obamuyi, T. M. (2008). Barriers to Entrepreneurship Development in the Indigenous Communities of Western Niger Delta, Nigeria. 53rd International Council for Small Business (ICSB) World Conference, at the World Trade and Convention Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 22nd – 25th June, 2008. Theme: Advancing Small Business and Entrepreneurship: From Research to Results. f. 5th International Conference on ICT Applications: Application of Information Communication Technology to Teaching, Research and Administration (AICTTRA), University of Jos, Nigeria, 26 – 30 September, 2010. g. Obamuyi, T.M. (2011). Combining Entrepreneurship with Public Service in Nigeria: Effects on Occupational Stress, Family Relations and Organisational Commitment. 56th International Council for Small Business (ICSB) World Conference, Stockholm (Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre) Sweden; 15th – 18th June 2011. Theme: Back to the Future: Changes in Perspectives of Global Entrepreneurship and Innovation. h. Conference of the Sub-Saharan Youth Project of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) Project, anchored by the Entrepreneurship Centre of Makerere University Business School, Kampala, Uganda, 15th - 19th July, 2012. i. The Second Collaborative Research Workshop on Entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa, funded by the Danish Government’s Building Stronger University (BSU) initiative and the Global Entrepreneurship Research Association (GERA), and hosted by the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana, Legon, 17th - 21st June, 2013. j. The IDRC/GEM-Africa Conference and Workshop in Lusaka, Zambia, 18 - 22 November, 2013 k. Obamuyi, T.M. (2014). The Effect of Income and Education on Entrepreneurial Intentions in Nigeria. 59th International Council of Small Business (ICSB) World Conference at Dublin, 11 to 14 June, 2014. Theme: Entrepreneurship and Sustainability. l. Grant Writing Workshop, National Universities Commission, Abuja, Nigeria, 10-12 March, 2014. m. National Workshop on Education and Finance in Nigeria, organised by the National Universities Commission, in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria at NUC, Abuja, Nigeria, 2-3 July, 2014. n. The IDRC/GEM-Africa Workshop in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 25-31, 2014. o. 12th Globelics Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 29-31, 2014. p. Third Annual Nigerian Institute for Social and Economic Research (NISER) Policy Dialogue on Socio-Economic Development, Abuja, Nigeria, December, 2014. q. Obamuyi, T.M. (2015). The Influence of Personal Characteristics on Entrepreneurs’ Sources of Start-Up Finance in sub-Saharan Africa. International Seminar on Global Financial Meltdown- Issues & Challenges. Mahatma Gandhi University, Anneparthi Yellareddygudem: Post Nalgonda, India, 3-4 March, 2015 r. Adebusuyi, A. and Obamuyi, T.M. (2016). Empirical Analysis of the Impact of Electricity Demand on the Manufacturing Sector Performance in Nigeria. The Institute for Public Policy and Economic Analysis 2016 Annual Conference, New York City, USA, 4 - 6 August, 2016. s. Obamuyi, T.M. (2018) Entrepreneurship Transformation in Nigeria: The Missing Links in the Growth Process. Think Tank on Transformational Entrepreneurship, International Centre for Transformational Entrepreneurship, Coventry University, Coventry, United Kingdom, 27-28, 2018.

17. Publications (a) Thesis/Dissertation i. Obamuyi, T.M. (2005). The Impact of Commercial Banks Lending on the Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises in Ondo State. Ph.D Thesis, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. ii. Obamuyi, T.M. (1999). Managing Banking Crisis: The Nigerian Experience. MBA Dissertation, Federal University Technology, Akure, Nigeria. iii. Obamuyi, T.M. (1998). The Impact of Direct Foreign Investment on the Nigerian Economy. M. Sc Dissertation, Department of Finance, University of Lagos, Nigeria. iv. Obamuyi, T. M. (1998). Marketing of Commercial Banks’ Services: Implications for Owena Bank (Nig) PLC. ACIM Dissertation , Certified Institute of Marketing of Nigeria, Lagos, Nigeria. v. Obamuyi, T. M. (1990). External Debt Management in Less Developed Countries: The Nigerian Experience. Long Essay , Ondo State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria.

(b) Edited Books: i. Amusheghan, S.A., Obamuyi, T.M., & Ogen Koya (2006) (eds). Entrepreneurship in Nigeria, General Studies Unit, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Nigeria, First Academic Publishers, Lagos. (c) Inaugural Lecture Obamuyi, T. M. (2018). Finance, Entrepreneurship and Institutions: The Triple Helix for Nigeria's Economic Growth. The 99th Inaugural Lecture of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, delivered on 12th June, 2018 (Available at: www.tomolaobamuyi.ng ).

(d) Publications Authored Books: 1. Obamuyi, T.M. (2008). Fundamentals of Financial Management and Investment Analysis (New Edition); Lagos: Stepbak Books and Publishers. 2. Obamuyi, T.M. (2009). Money and Banking in Nigeria (New Edition). Akure: Alabi – Eyo and Co. Ltd. Contributions to Books 1. Obamuyi, T.M. (2003). The Development of Banking Industry in Nigeria since 1960. In S.O. Arifalo and Gboyega Ajayi (eds). Essays in Contemporary Nigerian History, 1: 297 – 317; Department of History and International Studies, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Nigeria. 2. Obamuyi, T. M. (2006). Financing Business Enterprises. In Amusheghan, S.A., Obamuyi, T.M. and Ogen Koya (eds). Entrepreneurship in Nigeria, 99- 110. General Studies Unit, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Nigeria. 3. Obamuyi, T.M. (2016). Financial Inclusion of People Living with Disabilities. In Ogbeidi, M.M. (ed). Dynamics of the Nigerian Financial System , 567-578. University of Lagos Press & Bookshop, Lagos, Nigeria.

Published Journals 1. Obamuyi, T.M. (1989). Frauds in Nigerian Banks. Journal of the Banking and Finance Student’s Association, 1 (1), 23-25. 2. Fatunla, G.T. & Obamuyi, T.M. (1999). Managing Banking Crisis: The Nigerian Experience. Nigerian Journal of Banking and Financial Issues, 2(1): 107 – 118. Ondo State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria. 3. Oloyede, J.A. & Obamuyi, T.M. (2000). The Impact of Direct Foreign Investment on the Nigerian Economy. Nigerian Journal of Banking and Financial Issues, 3(1): 1-21. University of Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria; 4. Obamuyi, T.M. (2002). The Nigerian Economic Crisis: A Review. Confluence Journal of Management , 2(1): 20 – 34. Journal of the Faculty of Management Sciences, Prince Abubakar Audu University, Anyigba, Nigeria. 5. Obamuyi, T.M. (2002). The Impact of Financial Restructuring on Savings, Investment and Economic Growth of Nigeria. AAU: African Studies Review, 1(1): 14 – 25. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Nigeria. 6. Obamuyi, T.M. (2003). The Impact of Financial Systems on Economic Development of Rural Sector: A Study of Akoko Land in Ondo State of Nigeria. The Social & Management Scientist, 1(1): 23–39. A Journal of the Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Nigeria. 7. Obamuyi, T.M. & Igboin, B.O. (2004). The Consequences of Islamic Banking in Nigeria” Journal of Economic and Financial Studies , 1(1): 22– 32. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Nigeria. 8. Obamuyi, T.M. (2006). A Comparative Analysis of the Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises with and without Commercial Bank Loans in Ondo State, Nigeria. The Social & Management Scientist, 2(1): 1-14. A Journal of the Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Nigeria. 9. Obamuyi, T.M. (2007). Small and Medium Enterprises and Accessibility to Finance in Developing Countries: Evidence from Nigeria. IRORO: A Journal of Arts , 12(1/2): 203 - 213. Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Nigeria. 10. Obamuyi, T. M. (2012). The Influence of Financial Institutions’ Lending Policies on Loan Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria. Advances in Management , 10(1): 73-84. A Journal of the Department of Business Administration, University of Ilorin, Nigeria. 11. Obamuyi, T.M. (2007). An Exploratory Study of Loan Delinquency among Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Ondo State of Nigeria. Labour and Management in Development Journal , 8: 1- 10. School of Management, University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia. 12. Obamuyi, T.M. (2008). Survey of the Problems Relating to Loan Accessibility of Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria. A Journal for Entrepreneurs and Managers , 1(1/2): 39-44. Faculty of Business Administration, University of Regina, Canada. 13. Olutunla, G.T. & Obamuyi, T.M. (2008). An Empirical Analysis of Factors Associated with the Profitability of Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria. African Journal of Business Management, 2(11): 195-200. Academic Journals Publishing, Nairobi, Kenya. 14. Obamuyi, T. M. (2009). Credit Delivery and the Sustainability of Micro-Credit Schemes in Nigeria. Journal of Enterprising Communities, 3(1): 71-83. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Northampton, United Kingdom. 15. Obamuyi, T. M. (2010). Financial Liberalisation Policy for Fostering Credit to the Private Sector in Nigeria for Economic Growth. Global Journal of Management and Business Research, 10(1): 56–65. Global Academy of Research and Development, University of Wisconsin, USA. 16. Obamuyi, T. M. (2010). Firms' Performance and Lending Constraints in Nigeria. The Journal of Entrepreneurship , 19(2): 179-190. SAGE Publications and Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Bhat, India. 17. Adeyemi, O. O. & Obamuyi, T. M. (2010). Public Accountability: Implications of the Conspiratorial Relationship between Political Appointees and Civil Servants in Nigeria. ibusiness, 2(2): 123-127. Scientific Research Publishing, USA. 18. Obamuyi, T.M. (2011). Comparative Loan Performance in Banks and Micro-Credit Institutions in Ondo State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Management and Business Research, 11(4): 61-68. Global Association of Research, University of Wisconsin, USA. 19. Obamuyi, T. M. (2011). Incessant Bank Distress and the Policies of Central Bank of Nigeria. International Journal of Finance and Accounting, 1(1):121–131. University of Pecs, Hungary, Europe. 20. Obamuyi, T. M. (2011). Combining Entrepreneurship with Public Service in Nigeria: Effects on Occupational Stress, Family Relations and Organisational Commitment. Canadian Social Science , 7(4): 219-229. Canadian Academy of Oriental and Occidental Culture, Canada. 21. Obamuyi, T. M., & Olorunfemi, S. (2011). Financial Reforms, Interest Rate Behaviour and Economic Growth in Nigeria. Journal of Applied Finance and Banking , 1(4): 39- 55. International Scientific Press, Athens, Greece. 22. Obamuyi, T. M. and Demehin, J. A. (2012). Interest Rate Reforms and Financial Deepening in Nigeria. The International Journal of Business and Finance Research , 6(2): 81-90. The Institute of Business and Finance Research, USA. 23. Obamuyi, T. M., Edun, A. T., & Kayode, O. F. (2012). Bank Lending, Economic Growth and the Performance of the Manufacturing Sector in Nigeria. European Scientific Journal , 8(3): 19 – 36. European Scientific Institute, London, United Kingdom. 24. Obamuyi, T. M. (2012). Financial Development and Economic Growth in Emerging Markets: The Nigerian Experience. Indian Journal of Finance, 6(4): 16 -27. New Delhi. 25. Obamuyi, T. M. (2012). Financial Predicament in the Midst of Abundant Natural Resources: A Study of the Fishing Business in the Coaster Area of Ondo State, Nigeria. International Business and Management , 5(1): 113 – 119. Canadian Research and Development Center of Sciences and Cultures, Canada. 26. Edun, A. T., Ellyne, M. J., & Obamuyi, T. M.(2012). Impact of Expanding Oil Revenues on Non-Oil Sectors of the Nigerian Economy. European Journal of Social Sciences, 35(4): 434-451. Victoria, Mahé, Seychelles. 27. Obamuyi, T. M. (2013). An Analysis of the Deposits and Lending Behaviours of Banks in Nigeria. International Journal of Engineering and Management Sciences, 4(1): 46 – 54. Society for Science and Nature, India. 28. Obamuyi, T. M. (2013). Factors Influencing Investment Decisions in Capital Market: A Study of Individual Investors in Nigeria. Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies , 4(1/7): 141-161. Faculty of Economics, Vilnius University, Lithuania. 29. Olorunfemi, S., Obamuyi, T. M., Adekunjo, F. O., & Ogunleye, E.O. (2013). A Panel Data Analysis of Manufacturing Performance in Nigeria, 1970 – 2010. Asian Economic and Financial Review, 3(9):1195-1213. Asian Economic and Social Society, Punjab, Pakistan 30. Obamuyi, T. M. (2013). Determinants of Banks’ Profitability in a Developing Economy: Evidence from Nigeria. Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies , 4(2/8):97-111. Faculty of Economics, Vilnius University, Lithuania. 31. Obamuyi, T. M., & Sokefun A. O. (2014). Socio-Economic Factors Among Women Entrepreneurs and the Amount of Loans from Micro-Finance Banks in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Social and Economic Policy, 11(1): 33-58. Serials Publications, Darya Ganj, New Delhi, India 32. Adeyefa, A. F., Obamuyi, T. M., Kayode, F. O. & Owoputi , J. A. ( 2015). The Effects of Banks Distress on the Nigerian Economy. International Journal of Finance & Banking Studies, 4(3): 57-68. Society for the Study of Business and Finance, Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey. 33. Kayode, F. O., Obamuyi, T. M., Owoputi, J. A. & Adeyefa, A. F. ( 2015). Credit Risk and Bank Performance in Nigeria. The International Organization of Scientific Research (IOSR) Journal of Economics and Finance, 6(2): 21-28; New York. 34. Obamuyi, T. M. & Fapetu, O. ( 2016). The Nigerian Economy in the Face of Socio-Political Challenges: A Retrospective View and Ways Forward. Journal of Finance & Banking Studies, 5(3): 32- 41 35. Sadibo, O.V., Adesina, A. and Obamuyi, T.M. (2016). Evaluation of Quality Management Practices in Nigeria Pharmaceutical Industry. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Development, Educational and Science Research, 3(2): 179-187. 36. Obamuyi, T. M. (2017). Start-up financing and expectations for growth: Young and older entrepreneurs in Sub-Saharan Africa. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 30(3): 448-459. 37. Obamuyi, T. M. & Akinbobola, A. D. (2018). An Examination of Corruption in Nigeria and Its Effect on economic Growth. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences (IJRSS) , 8(5), 29-40. 38. Obamuyi, T. M., & Elumaro, J. A. (2018). Effect of Goverment Enterpreneural Policies on Economic Growth: A Study of Ondo State. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF), 9(2), 01-08. 39. Obamuyi, T. M., & Faloye, B. A. (2018). Finance and Economic Growth. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF), 9(1), 09-14. 40. Obamuyi, T. M., & Iriobe, G. O. (2018). The Nexus between Finance and Entrepreneurship for the Nigerian Economic Growth. Advances in Social Sciences in Research Journal (ASSRJ), 5(5), 445 - 454. 41. Adeyefa F. A. and Obamuyi T. M. (2018).Financial Deepening and the Performance of Manufacturing Firms in Nigeria. Canadian Social Science , 14(6), 87-96. 42. Obamuyi, T.M., Iriobe, G.O., Afolabi, T. S., Akinbobola, A.D., Elumaro, A. J., Faloye, B. A., Adeyefa, F. A., Adepoju, T. F. & Oni, A. O. (2018). Factors Influencing Ponzi Schemes Participation in Nigeria. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 5(5), 429-444. 43. Elumaro, A. J. and Obamuyi, T. M. (2018). Card Frauds and Customers’ Confidence in Alternative Banking Channels in Nigeria. European Scientific Journal, 14(16), 40-60. 44. Akinbobola, D. A. and Obamuyi, M. T. (2018). Trade Credit Dynamics on Profitability Of Small And Medium-Scale Enterprises In Nigeria. International Journal of Management, It & Engineering , 8(8), 200-213. 45. Faloye, B. A. and Obamuyi, T.M (2018). Earnings Announcement and Stock Prices in a Recessionary Economy: A Test of the Signalling Theory Hypothesis. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences , 8(8), 41-54. 46. Muogbo, U. S. and Obamuyi, T. (2018). The Impact of Microfinance Bank on Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria. Journal of Business and Economic Development , 3(2), 51-61. 47. Iriobe, G. O., Obamuyi, T. M. and Abayomi, M. A. (2018). Foreign Portfolio Equity Investment and the Performance of the Nigerian Stock Market: A Sectoral Distribution Analysis. Canadian Social Sciences, 14(10). 48. Egbetunde, T. & Obamuyi, T.M. (2018). Foreign Trade and Economic Growth: A Study of Nigeria and India. Acta Universitatis Danubius OEconomica), 14(7), 72-87, Romania. 49. Obamuyi, T. M. and Olayiwola, S.O. (2019). Corruption and economic growth in India and Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Management , 35, 80-105.

18. Monographs/Technical Reports:

  • Aderinto, R., Obamuyi T.M., Popoola, A.T. & Obileye, L. (2013); Supporting Africa’s Young Entrepreneur: An Investment in Job Creation and Future Prosperity for All. A Commissioned Project of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), Babson College, Forest St. Wellesley, MA 02481, United States.
  • Obamuyi, T.M. et al. Assessment of Commercialisation Strategies of Research and Development (R&D) Outputs in the Nigerian Federal Universities of Technology. TETFUND Research Grant. The Federal University of Technology (on-going).
  • Study on the Small and Growing Businesses (SGBs) in Uganda and Nigeria; sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).