Obasaju Barnabas Olusegun Profile




Olusegun Barnabas OBASAJU is currently a lecturer in the Department of Economics, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State. His main research interests include International Economics, Econometrics, Microeconomics, Computable General Equilibrium Modelling and Input-Output Analysis. He has participated in both local and international conferences and has over 10 scholarly articles. He also has book contributions. His collaborative researches spans across local and international institutions including University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. He is married with a son.

Obasaju, B. O., Adekunle, B. S., & Obadiaru, E. D. (2014). Nigeria's oil rent can still count:

Lessons from Kuwait. International Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences, 2(2), 153 158. doi10.11648/j.ijefm.20140202.16

Obasaju, B. O., Oloni, F. E., Obadiaru, E. D. & Rotimi, M. E. (2014). Macroeconomic Policies

and Agricultural Development in Developing Countries: Lessons from Emerging Economies. International Business and Management.

Rotimi, E. M., Obasaju, B., Lawal, A. I., & IseOlorunkanmi, J. (2013). Analysis of corruption

and economic growth in Nigeria. Afro Asian Journal of Social Sciences, 4(4), 1 19.

Obasaju, B. O., Lawal, A. I., Rotimi, E. M., & Ogunjobi, O. (2013). An 'Econographic' analysis

of the relevance of the Thomas Malthus theory to Nigeria and Ethiopia. European Journal of Business and Management, 5(28), 18 25.

Lawal, Adedoyin Isola, Obasaju, Barnabas, & Rotimi, Matthew Ekundayo (2012). Towards

Achieving Millennium Development Goals (MDG) in Nigeria: Prospect and Challenges. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 3(9), 74-82.

Lawal, A. I., Obasaju, B. O., & Ekundayo, R. M. (2012). Effect of microfinance institutions on

development of small scale businesses in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Business Administration, 11(3), 160 171.

Ajayi, S. A., Fatoki, O. I., & Obasaju, B. O. (2014). Empirical investigation of exchange rate and

consumer prices in Nigeria. Annals of Social Science, 1(1), 29 34.


Obasaju, B. O. & Atoyebi, G. O. (2014). Employment Theory. In. G. Atoyebi, & B. Omojimite

(Eds.), Principles of Economics for a Developing World (pp.195-218). Ilorin: University of Ilorin Press.

Obasaju, B. O. & Ogunleye, E. O. (2014). Selected schools of thoughts in Economics. In. G. Atoyebi,

& B. Omojimite (Eds.), Principles of Economics for a Developing World (pp.219-248). Ilorin: University of Ilorin Press.

Obasaju, B. O. & Bowale, E. I. (2015). Rate of Interest, Money Supply, Prices and Output

Interdependences in Nigeria: A VEC Approach. International Journal of Economics & Management Sciences, 4 (4), 1-6. doi:10.4172/2162-6359.1000246

Oloni, E.F., Alao, E.M., Omotosho, H. T., & Obasaju, B. O. (2016). Measurement and Identification of Poverty in Preparation for the 'World We Want After 2015.' IOSR-Journal of Economics and Finance, 6(6), 39-52.


Rotimi, M. E., Lawal, A. I., & Obasaju, B. O. (2015). Elasticity and Price Mechanism. In I.

Ogundiya, & J. Amzat (Eds.), Foundations of the Social Sciences (pp. 657-689). Lagos: Malthouse Press, 657-689.

Microeconomics, Computer Applications, Econometrics, Mathematics for Economists, Project Evaluation

a) Nigerian Institute of Management (Chartered) – Graduate Member

b) Institute of Public Management (Unique) – Associate Member

c) Oracle - (Oracle Certified Professional – OCP)

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